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Candi Jago, Malang

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3.1/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web
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  • We were very naughty and walked round the perimeter wire fence when we visited this temple not realising we should have paid 3k each if we had walked inside the fence. Whilst I would have given the mo...  read more »
  • Candi jago terletak di timur kota Malang, lokasinya berada tak jauh dari Pasar Tumpang. Ukuran candi jago terbilang cukup besar jika dibandingkan candi di seputaran Malang lainnya. Suasana di sekitar ...  read more »
  • this temple is in a small area. you just need approximately 15 minutes. and the location pretty much can be reach in one hour from downtown. 
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  • About Jago like structure which is quite unique, though that's because part of the roof that has been lost. The location is easy to reach, since the Stack into place pretty cool in some areas because there are trees and seating sculptures or statues pity broken or missing in some parts of the place parkirnya is not too broad, for 4 wheel parking on the road information boards about the history and the relief of Jago on display to add visitor information
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  • According to Nagarakretagama book and a significant one, the actual name of this temple is Jajaghu. In Canto 41 4th gatra Nagarakretagama explained that the King ruled Wisnuwardhana Singasari religion of Shiva, a Buddhist religious flow which is a blend of Hindu and Buddhist teachings. The flow develops during the reign of the Kingdom of the Singasari, a Kingdom that is located about 20 km from Jago. Jajaghu, meaning ' Majesty ', is a term used to describe a holy place. Still according to Nagarakretagama book and Pararaton, Jago development underway since the year 1268 M to 1280 M, as a tribute to the King of the Singasari, namely Sri Jaya Wisnuwardhana. Although built during the reign of the Kingdom of Singasari, mentioned in the second book of the year that Jago during 1359 M is one of the frequently visited King Hayam Wuruk of Majapahit Kingdom.
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  • Historical tourism, nice walk From the Kingdom of singosari is Jago, position on the stack to the Market and near the settlement, this historic spot kono times colonist never make translucent hallway base
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