Borobudur Entrance Fee 2017 update

As you may have heard, hence you have been googling around the latest information about Borobudur entrance fee, it is true that since May 1st 2017, the officials have raised the rates for entering the UNESCO site, Borobudur Temple, and Prambanan temple as well as Ratu Boko temple. To be short and simple, below are the updated entrance fee for:

Borobudur USD20 USD25 (IDR325K).
Sunrise Borobudur via Manohara Resort IDR380k IDR450k.
Borobudur + Mendut + Pawon USD30.
Prambanan only USD25.
Prambanan + Plaosan + Sojiwan USD30.
Ratu Boko USD25.
Sunset Ratu Boko IDR175k.
Combo ticket for Borobudur and Prambanan USD30 USD40 (IDR520k).

What you should know!
The rates above valid for one adult with international passport, single entry. Rates for adults who bring KTP or KITAS get different rates. See: Tiket masuk Borobudur 2017 terbaru.

International visitors can pay cash in USD or in IDR.

USD10 discount for international visitors who brings a valid international student ID / ISIC or between 3-10 years old.

The USD10 discount doesn’t apply for sunrise & sunset entry nor Combo ticket for Borobudur and Prambanan. The combo ticket is valid for the next 48 hours since purchase, single entry at each temple.

When you purchase the sunrise at Borobudur via manohara resort, the entrance fee already included the entrance to the temple, torch light and snacks at the resort. Usually the snacks are gone by 8am. Also, if you return the torch light at the lobby, you will get small batik scarf as a gift.

Now, if you want to know how to get to Borobudur temple by public transport, you can read: Borobudur Sunrise, What You Should Know!.

Read also: Where to Stay in Yogyakarta.

6 COMMENTS

  1. It’s just really awful that you discriminate that much against foreigners by making them pay 1000% more than locals. no developed country does this ever in terms of a price difference. Not all people coming out of Indonesia are swimming in money. locals pay 3500 and foreigners pay 300,000 ? come on, give me a break.. That’s almost comical.

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    • I discriminate you? First, I’m not the one who set the price. Secondly, If you feel that it is not fair, well i tell you this. Even in Europe, the museums charge tourist differently and the locals can go in for free or less. You think that’s fair for us, who many of us make less money than you guys in europe or any other developed countries do. If you can’t afford it, then choose other temples that are not listed as UNESCO sites. The entrance fee are mostly IDR5k-20k. There are plenty of them around Central Java. My two cents for you James. Cheers mate.

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  2. I agree the prices for tourists are ridiculously high that it certianly puts me off going. Can I afford it? Not really anymore.. Nowhere in Europe is like that, never to this degree. It’s just pure exploitation of white people with no logic applied. Sadly it’s like that in many places in the south east Asia and now in Indonesia as well. I won’t rush back!

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