Sukuh is a unique historical heritage, truncated pyramidal temple, “guarded” by the mysterious statues, and decorated with symbols of sexuality! Sukuh Temple opens from 07:00 until 17:00. I came to this temple around 15:00. Maybe because it came in the evening, I experienced a rare natural phenomenon here.
This time I’ll make a list of destination in the city of Solo (Includes surounding regencies: Sukoharjo, Boyolali, Surakarta / Solo, Karanganyar, Wonogiri, Sragen, Klaten or known by Subosukawonosraten) in order to use the time spending that we have very effective and efficient.
Sangiran is the important prehistoric sites that reveals the live of former human in evolution. In 1996, Sangiran has recognized by United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), as one of World Heritage Sites. To date, 100 individuals of Homo Erectus fossils had been found in Sangiran. This amount represents more than half the population of Homo Erectus fossils in the world. Homo Erectus itself is the missing link of human evolution between ape-like human to modern human.
Ngarsopuro is a unique pedestrian area that connects Slamet Riyadi Street as Solo City’s main road to Mangkunegaran Palace (Kraton Mangkunegaran). When tourists want to go to Mangkunegaran Palace from Slamet Riyadi Street (Jalan Slamet Riyadi), they must be walking through this beautiful pedestrian first. The atmosphere of the Java in the past accompanied with antique and unique architecture nicely adopted along this pedestrian. Ngarsopuro is one of the best photo spots in Solo, Indonesia for those who love photography and architecture.