Mendut Candi is a ninth century Buddhist temple, older than that of Borobudur. In this pyramidal structure there are three impressive statues carved in stone. Its architecture , like the roof,is square, it has many steps at the entrance and the roof is pyramidal in layers, there are stupas on it. It is situated in the village of the same name, with souvenir shops along the roadside.
Excursion to Ljen Area, arriving at the base camp Paltuding, barefoot men cross us loaded with 70 kg of sulfur from sulfide mines from the volcanic lake. You can also view local plantations where rice is grown.
To visit the temple of 'Candi Sewu,' we went on the little train in Prambanan. Candi Sewu is a Buddhist temple undergoing restoration, so there were stones everywhere and bamboo scaffolding around some of the structures. The temple was built in the year 850 and originally consisted of a central temple surrounded by various small temples. It's absolutely, breath-takingly quiet. This 9th century Hindu temple wasbuilt by the Sanjava dynasty (the resort was damaged by the earthquake in 2006).
Candi Ceto Hindu Temple was constructed in the 15th century on the slopes of Mount Lawu, with sculptures similar to the temple Sukuh, but with an architectural structure superimposed. Candi Sukuh The temple is situated at 910 meters above sea level on the hills of Mount Lawu surrounded by amazing views. Its pyramidal shape makes it look very similar to the Mayan temples that one can find in Central America. It has stone sculptures representing phallic symbols as well.
Central Jakarta: several shopping centres such as Grand Indonesia or Plaza Senayan, where you can easily spend hours and hours (they are open all day, from about 9 in the morning until 11 at night). Restaurants, shops from all over the world...
The Jaya Pub is located in the center of Jakarta, in the Jaya building. It was a meeting place for expatriates but has now changed a bit. It is a place for good drinks and great music from the '70s. I used to enjoy this place, with good cold beer and cocktails. You can also eat steak or sausage etc. The music is live and they always have a good band. It is open from 6pm until 1am on weekdays and until 3am on weekends. There is also a "happy hour", but I do not remember what time it is.
I always spend lots of time in this cocktail bar or music pub when I'm in Jakarta (Indonesia). There is good music, and there's is a "Happy Hour" every night 6-10pm during which when you pay for each drink, they give you another. The service is competent and friendly. Pisa Café, is on Jl (street) Mahakam in the Blok M district to the south of the town.
The Pitstop is a live-music bar in the basement of the Hotel Sari Pan Pacific Jakarta and is a good place to spend the night (5 stars). Title this experience "good memories of this place", because in my younger days, back in the '70s, I had great times there (pretty girls). Great music, super-cold beer, great atmosphere, and really great service. This place is opposite the Jaya Pub, so you can get a beer here, and another there.