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Tiger Trails0from $85
Hotel Tiger Trails Bandhavgarh
Prambanan is a Hindu temple complex, built in the 9th century. Among the approximately fifty remaining smaller temple sites, Prambanan has three main temples in the primary yard, namely Vishnu, Brahma, and Shiva temples. Containing 224 Hindu temples, Prambanan is the biggest temple complex in Java.
Prambanan is also sometimes called Loro Jonggrang, referring to a legend about the beautiful princess Loro Jonggrang. Prambanan has panels of relief describing the story of Ramayana.
This temple complex was stroked twice by earthquakes - in 16th century and again in 2006, the damage after the second one is currently being reconstructed.
Prambanan is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Bagh Sarai Resort3
Hotel Bagh Sarai Resort Bandhavgarh
The Resort “Bagh Sarai” is a wildlife project and a small village. The resort is a creation of love with wildlife and Mother Nature and its beautiful people. Bagh Sarai is a peaceful retreat with abundance of forest with wildlife around. A unique village typology that serves the ultimate aim of creating a true eco wildlife conscious project uniting conservation, communities and sustainable tourism.
The design was based purely on all ancient methods that served to unify and balance wildlife and nature within and around the entire resort one can feel the spirit of the place. The contemporary modest architecture and interiors blends effortlessly with the jungle.
The private bungalows (Jjopri) lie out along an alliance that blends with the peaceful open agriculture land surrounded by forest and Sal trees, birds, jackals, black face monkey.
The Jackal’s House The Bar
The central structure that houses the reception, the restaurant, separate sitting area and other facilities like the beautifully designed bar known as Jackal’s house is fronted by an elegant disappearance edge pool.
Dining The Sal Ghar
Flooring in restaurant with a mildly unfinished look giving uniqueness both in terms of texture and the material.
For economy tourists there are elegant Shikhar tents with just basics situated in a private area for living, these tents draws their name (Shikhar) tents meant for Maharajah to use and pitched these tents for their jungle excursion in the period of Mughal era of India.
Two game drives into the National Park each day. You enter the park by the nearby quite Gori or Tala Gate. You are escorted by local naturalist guides and drivers who know the forest intimately.
No trees have been cut down to obtain the wood. All used wood was bought from Government depot on auction and some fallen and dead trees used. Roof structures of bungalows are of wooden and bamboo raft made by the local tribes.
All hand made materials have been used namely in the lighting shades in the restaurant and lobby along with bungalows.