1. SAMUDRA RAKSA MUSEUM GALLERY
The young Englishman could see that the ships of the Borobudur temple may have been a part of a famous shipping route that linked Indonesia to Africa many centuries earlier. The treacherous Cinnamon shipping route took vessels from Indonesian waters across the Indian Ocean past the Seychelles, Madagascar, and South Africa to Ghana. The main trade of the first millennium on this route was spice, being of extremely high value in that era.
The ship and the full story behind its trip are now housed in a dedicated space within the Borobudur Archaeological Park, The Borobudur Ship Museum.
2. KARMAWIBHANGGA MUSEUM GALLERY
3. BOROBUDUR PARK TRAM
4. ELEPHANT ATTRACTIONS
5. BOROBUDUR VILLAGE TOUR
Visitors get the opportunity to do village tour by horse cart or tram in order to get closer to the traditional culture and home industry, i.e : home made tofu, casava ring, ceramic, traditional dance, etc.