KARAWANG
Kawasan Industri Suryacipta, Jl. Surya Utama C-1, Desa Kutamekar Karawang 41363 West Java, Indonesia

DIRECTION TO HOTEL

BATIQA Hotel & Karawang is located in the business district ot the southern of Jakarta. Easily accessible from Jakarta by car through the toll road by taking an exit in “Karawang Barat“ gate. Then go straight about 5KM, the hotel will be on the left side of the road.

Batujaya Temple

Photos are taken from Instagram.com/budiwka
Batujaya houses 4 Buddhist temples; Candi Jiwa, Blandongan Temple, Candi Serut, and Telagajaya Temple. This historical area already existed since the 5th century A.D., making each temple as one of Indonesia’s oldest historical sites.

The relics are completely destroyed. The walls of the temple are thought to have been covered with layered stucco. At the top, there is a circular brick structure which was probably the stupa base. The historical site is located in the middle of a rice field area. Even so, there is path walk provided to make your visit more enjoyable.

Location

Batujaya Temples is located in Segaran Village, Karawang. For you who stays at BATIQA Hotel Karawang, this historical site can be reached within 1.5-hour drive from your hotel.

Insider's Guide

The temple is open every Tuesday to Sunday at 8 AM to 4 PM. The entrance fee to enter the area is Rp 5.000/person.  It is better to be guided by the official in your visit as you will get comprehensive explanation about the temple.
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