A small Hindu temple complex, located about 5 km from the Prambanan in the midst of rice fields and villages. It was discovered in 1993 and is still in the process of excavation and restauration. Upon pre-arrangements, archaeologists of the local conservation office will explain their work and show you around on the site. You might be amazed to learn how they puzzle together a temple from the scattered heaps of ancient stones. The site is not officially opened yet and rarely visited.
Access is easy and stair-free, but paths mostly unpaved. A number of benches placed above the below-surface site allow a nice view of the temple. For detailed information with photos about accessibility at Candi Kedulan contact us.