Cetho Temple, Solo
Categories: Ruins, Sacred & Religious Sites, Tourist Spots
Built on a mountain slope in the 15th century, Cetho Temple remains a significant landmark as it predates the influx of Islamic influences to the region. You'll see authentic Javanese architecture, sculptures, and figures from the period, which to this day experts continue to analyze. At 1,495 m (4,905 ft) above sea level, the grounds afford expansive views of the surroundings, including the nearby tea plantations. Be prepared for an exhausting climb, however: the steep slope has many steps leading up to the site. Put Cetho Temple into our Solo trip builder and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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If you are around Jogya or Solo, you must go and see the view of Cetho Temple. It is really breath taking and you will feel fresh your day,
Less known compared to its two neighbors Prambanan and Borobudur- the uphill winding road to Cetho temple offers a breathtaking scenic view. The Candi is on the slope of Mt Lawu and in fact the base c... read more »
A very interesting temple, well-preserved. The compound is quite compact, the steps are not as formidable as in other sites, and is very accessible from the parking area.
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