Photo: Climbing Bukit Sikunir.

Things to see and do

Dieng’s Temples and Kawah Sikidang
Dieng village.

Central Java’s Dieng Plateau is home to Indonesia’s oldest surviving Hindu temples peppering a highly volatile geothermal plane, the guts of an ancient caldera. ... Read more about Dieng’s Temples and Kawah Sikidang .

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Exploring the greater Dieng Plateau

Sitting at some 2,000 metres about sea level, the Dieng Plateau is ringed by a series of peaks and ancient crater rims which are patchworked by hundreds of plots of potato farms running down the slopes to geothermal stations, steaming mud pits and cute little villages—and one of the best ways to explore the greater plateau is by ... Read more about Exploring the greater Dieng Plateau .

Climbing Gunung Prau

The highest peak in the immediate area of the Dieng Plateau, Gunung Prau is a relatively easy and straightforward climb which can be completed in just a few hours—and weather permitting, the views are apparently ... Read more about Climbing Gunung Prau .

Omah Joglo in Salere, Central Java
Omah Joglo in Salere, Central Java
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at the foot of Lawu volcano. From US$50

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Dieng Plateau? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Indonesia.

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