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You have to go through a small road from the main road. There is a park and spring water around the candi. Lots of people take bath at the spring. The area is rather cozy and fresh.
Candi Sumbeawan is a Budhist candi with a...More
The actual stupa itself isn't that interesting, but the area around it is quite special. Has a very serene vibe, which is hard to get for long in Malang. Small donation. Rock walkway makes it hard to walk if you have mobility issues. Parking fee....More
A lovely walk alongside a canal to the site. No information about the stupa available but take the time to wander along the paths. One leads to a crystal-clear spring with a carved turtle on the bottom. Very peaceful.
I was going on this temple on 2013 and I was getting lost at first but the locals told me the direction so I can find it. First, I had to go to the parking area apart and a far from the destination. Then I...More
I was expecting something better. The road was a bit hard. I had the help of few people on the way as my google could not find the place so that was good. Very boring stupa, not that great. I missed the last turn out...More
The long walk through rice terraces, irrigation canals, bamboo trees and glorious shrubbery ends at the anticlimactic Candi Sumberawan - it is just a ruined stupa, although it has the advantage (compared to other Malang temples) of being in the middle of a forest rather...More
As any reviews say, it is just a stupa. But the walk in is beautiful (about 1km from the main road) past sawah, forests and along a small stream. Once you get there the temple is not so fasincating- the top is missing and it's...More