Built way back in the ninth century, the Borobudur Temple in Magelang, Central Java, is one of the most famous Buddhist monuments in the world. with its mammoth proportions, it's also one of the largest. In all, the temple features over 500 Buddha statues sprawled across 6 rising platforms. In the late 1970's, UNESCO named the Borobudur a "World Heritage Site," and it remains, to this day, the most popular attraction in Indonesia.
The crater lake atop the Ijen volcano is unlike any other site in the world. Up in the mountains of Java, what appears to be a water lake is actually a gigantic vat of brilliant turquoise-colored sulfuric acid. If that's not enough to knock one's socks off, then there's not much that will.
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It's obvious why Java is one of the most popular destinations in Indonesia. The sights that the average tourist gets to see are not just interesting and charming, they are completely out-of-this-world.