Seabourn Spirit is currently sailing in some of the most exotic locations in the world, visiting many off-the-beaten path locales in Indonesia and Asia. One of the most awe-inspiring stops is Semarang, Indonesia, an ideal gateway to the majestic monuments of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Borobudur. Built between the 8th and 9th centuries with more than 2 million cubic feet of stone, Borodubur is the largest religious complex in the world. This man-made marvel is an ancient Buddhist site with immense stupas and statues, surrounded by jungle and encircled by active and dormant volcanoes.
Borodubur is a definite “must-do”, and guests sailing on our Indonesian cruises can take a shore excursion to visit this mystical site. Seabourn Spirit Destinations Services Manager Nicola Kenny sent us a couple of pictures from a recent visit to Borodubur.