Tebing Breksi in Sleman Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta
When exploring Yogyakarta City, tourists should not forget to drop by in Prambanan Sub-District of Sleman Regency. Aside from offering beautiful temples, that area is also known for its Tebing Breksi or the Breccia Cliff. The exact location is in Sambirejo Village and it resides near to several famous temples like Prambanan, Ratu Boko, Candi Ijo, and Kalasan Temple. This majestic cliff is popular among tourists due to the excellent nuance and amazing landscapes, actually. No wonder, all visitors are likely to enjoy sightseeing and photography there. Some tourists also take advantage of the site for an exploration!
For the information, Tebing Breksi was once used as a mining site. However, it was abandoned and left an amazing landscape for tourism. The local government also takes a good care of it and provides several improvements, especially when it comes to ornaments. For example, tourists may find a unique dragon carving located on the top of the cliff. From that spot, they can also witness an amazing panorama! Have no worries. Iron fences surround the cliff, so tourists can explore the site safely.
Exploring Tebing Breksi
The first benefit that tourists can get when visiting Tebing Breksi is definitely the history. According to the locals, the cliff was formed due to the volcanic ash deposits of Nglanggeran Ancient Volcano. The local government also conducted a mining activity there back then. However, they stopped it in 2015. These days, instead of being a mining site, Tebing Breksi has become a new attractive place to spend a vacation with families. The parking area is vast and it features several basic facilities as well. No wonder, lots of tourists keep coming either during weekends or regular days.
The best part is indeed the peak of Tebing Breksi. It offers spending panoramas and great landscapes for sightseeing too! Not to mention tourists may find several beautiful carvings up there. Both local government and artists made those! Numerous shapes of carvings can be seen including dragons, wayang, and much more! Don’t forget to take photos of these later! In the afternoon, visitors can also watch the beautiful sunset! Other amazing views are Prambanan and Baron Temple on the horizon. Everyone won’t feel bored there, for sure.
It is true that tourists must pay an entrance fee in order to explore Tebing Breksi. The price is considered cheap, though, so don’t worry. As for the best times of the visit, it can be either early in the morning or afternoon. The purpose is to witness either the soothing sunrise or sunset. Actually, it is also recommended to come in the evening due to a merrier nuance. In fact, sometimes, the locals conduct a musical performance in that area!
- Ratu Boko Temple
- Candi Ijo Temple
- Arca Gupolo
How to Get There
It is recommended to take an airplane when heading to the Yogyakarta Special Region, especially those who come from outside the region. From Jakarta City, in this case, tourists should take an airplane at Soekarno – Hatta International Airport and head to Adisucipto Airport right away. Usually, this flight may take around 1 hour and 10 minutes depending on the weather. After reaching Yogyakarta City, the next destination is Sambirejo Village at Prambanan Sub-District and the best route to take is Raya Solo – Yogyakarta Street. The distance is 9.4 km, so this trip would take only around 17 minutes.
Where to Stay
- Sumberwatu Heritage Inn
- Pak Ukuh Homestay
- Jlatren Homestay
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