Indonesia not only has a very charming natural wealth. There are also historical sites that are no less interesting to visit. Not only magnificent buildings, there are also mysterious stories. Among them are 10 temples in Indonesia that keep the following mysterious stories. Not all of them are scary, some are very unique.
Borobudur Temple, Magelang, has a lion statue on the right and left of the entrance stairs. It is said that if you speak bad, the lion will haunt you in your constant dream.
Prambanan Temple, Yogyakarta, has Goddess Durga statue that emits light during a full moon. This light is believed to be able to meet you with the right mate.
Sewu Temple, Yogyakarta, is guarded by Dwarpala, a guardian who resembles a monster. If you visit the temple at midnight, a Dwarpala will appear.
Ratu Boko Temple, Yogyakarta, is often used as meditation place from night to morning. That said, this place has an invisible kingdom inhabited by various spooky spirits.
There is a water source that never dries up in the Penataran Temple complex, Blitar. This water is for the worship of the mountain god who is believed to be able to grant any wish.
Gedong Songo Temple, Semarang, has a magical guard named Mbah Murdo. No matter day or night, you can meet Mbah Murdo by accident.
Plaosan Temple, Klaten, doesn’t have a scary story, it just makes you curious. That said, if you go to this place, reportedly you will get the desired mate.
Sukuh Temple, Karanganyar, has a relief depicting the shape of the genitals. If you visit this place, reportedly can get a baby soon.
Cetho Temple, Karanganyar, is known as the devil’s market, because it is often heard that magical voices like buying and selling transactions. You can’t see it, but you can often hear it.
Candi Ijo or Ijo Temple, Yogyakarta, has an inscription inscribed with a curse spell. Until now, the spell is still unknown for what.
Those are 10 temples in Indonesia which are known to keep mystery stories. Have you visited any before? Visit a mysterious temple in Indonesia.