See the Legacy of Majapahit Kingdom at Surowono Temple Kediri
Surowono temple building looks petite when viewed from the side of the road, but when we approached to that cultural heritage
The management does not stipulate and receive any given from visitors.
Before entering visitors are required to fill the guest logbook that will be used to report to the tourism office.
When entering into the temple area will look a number of stone ruins of the temple lined neatly.
Chunks of porous rocks called andesite was deliberately placed the place.
Unfortunately, in this place there is no seating facilities for visitors who want to relax while looking at the beauty of the temple.
On the other hand, the lack of trash in the area that makes visitors littering.
It can be seen that plastic trash snack scattered on the sidewalk beside Surowono Temple.
Additional information that Surowono temple open at 08.00 WIB until closed at 16.00 WIB.
Translated by Adi Jp
Source : SURYA