1. Coban Twins Watu Ondo – Mojokerto

Coban Watu Ondo or by any other name Coban Twins were in the People’s Forest Park neighborhood (Tahura) Raden Soerjo under the slopes of Mount Welirang between Mojokerto and the adjacent town of Batu.

Name Watu Ondo taken as a derivative along the path toward the source of this waterfall is in the form of stairs made of stone composition. Or also called Coban Twins because at this location there are two waterfalls that face each other, but with different heights. To the right of the water level reaches 15 m with a cascading waterfall characteristics with a slope of about 75 degrees, while the left reaches a height of ± 69 m with waterfalls karakteristrik je fell down. Both waterfalls are from different water sources. And further flows meet in the small and quite shallow lake.

On the left side of the waterfall, just under the fall of water available a pool that can be used for water play or bath. While the falls right between these two there are two caves, where residents refer to it as the Japanese Cave, supposedly in place at the time of the war of independence is used as a storage of foodstuffs and Japanese soldiers hiding. Unfortunately both pieces of the cave is covered by thick weeds.

Actually there are interesting objects located under the flow of twins named Coban Coban Teyeng (Javanese means rusty). Coban is said staircase steps and over again hebohnya, yellow water like rusty water. Unfortunately, the path there still could be reached by land. Path can only get there by combing the river.

Location

Located in the hamlet of joints, Pacet Village, District Pacet Mojokerto regency, East Java.

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Accessibility

Located 8 km from the capital district Pacet or 3 miles west of the entrance to the Thermal Springs Cangar. The existence of this attraction is located next to a pretty sharp decline in the border region of Malang and Mojokerto. About 200 m from the highway Pacet – Mojokerto. Of the road to get there is paved smooth and can be traversed in two and four-wheeled vehicles, but the twisting and winding uphill terrain.

If from Thermal Sights Cangar vehicle westward direction until they reached the border district of Malang and Mojokerto characterized by two steel bridge that spans over the two river valleys. River under the bridge is both a watershed will eventually fall into Coban Twins. This bridge is just a sharp bend in the road and down. Furthermore, not far from there about 500 m, which is characterized by the sign, it is also the entrance to the location of Coban is located.

Furthermore, from the parking lot diterusakan journey on foot of about 200 m through the trail down the slope of about 45 degrees. By officers footpath has been constructed from the stones like a ladder making it easier for visitors to reach Coban. Not only that, on the way down the stairs of the wooden benches are provided for visitors who are tired as I climbed the stairs and want to enjoy the scenery coban from a higher place.

Tickets and Parking

Entrance fee is $ 2500 per person or $ 8000 (including the cost of parking.

Facilities and Accommodation

Available parking despite roughing only accommodate about 20 two-wheelers only, for a four-wheeled vehicle is quite difficult. The lack of signage makes it difficult and less obvious visitors come to the site.

Also in the area where this type can not be found vending food / beverage. So, you should prepare yourself carrying supplies jikalu come here.

2.Great Hall

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Mojokerto Great Hall is a special building Mojopahit distinctive shades and often functioned as a performing arts, study tours, competitions, meetings with a calm and comfortable atmosphere as well as a place to rest / recreation. Its location in the village of Temon, District Trowulan. The place is believed to be the center of the kingdom of Majapahit. Part of the original building that remains from the Great Hall just 26 pieces pedestals (stone pillars stand) alone, while building the Great Hall now stands a new building. In this same hall, believed Mahapatih Gajah Mada previously pledged Palapa Oath (Palapa later used as the name of the first communications satellite ‘uniting’ communications over Indonesia). In front of the Great Hall, on the left, there is a statue of the Mahapatih, and in front of the hall there is a statue of Raden Wijaya.

3. Religious Tourism Tomb Troloyo

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Religious Tourism Tomb Troloyo – Of the dozens of sites that exist in the district. Mojokerto, there are sites from year to year is visited by pilgrims, the Tomb Troloyo. The site is located at the time of the royal Muslim cemetery in the village of Sentonorejo Mojopahit District Trowulan District. Mojokerto.

Its main object is the Tomb of Sayyid Muhammad Jumadil Qubro (Sych Jumadil Kubro). Syech Jumadil Kubro was the grandfather of the Sunan Ampel. He was a Persian cleric from a spread Islam in Java. His tomb was given the cupola by local community leaders called KH Nawawi in 1940. In Troloyo tomb complex, there are two groups of tombs, the tomb of the front group, composed of grave Wali Songo and Group Cemetery Jumadi Kubro Sych. Tomb group is the most visited pilgrim. And the back of the tomb consists of two cupola, the cupola of the first tomb and the tomb Anjasmara Raden Raden Ayu is often referred to as the pitu grave.

Tomb of the kingdom of Majapahit Troloyo Mojokerto
The pilgrims were coming from the outside da Mojokerto, and some are coming from outside Java. Pilgrims came to the tomb various purposes. Some come to know the existence of the Tomb Troloyo, others come to give prayer to the ancestors Walisongo by reciting verses of the Quran. There is also pezirah coming to get religious knowledge from ancestors who were in the tomb.

Chief of Public Relation Mojokerto regency Dra Hj Alfiah Ernawati MM in his office said, has become a mainstay Troloyo Cemetery District. Mojokerto as a religious tour. The more years the number of pilgrims who come to the site more and more. To provide comfort to the pilgrims, and Mojokerto regency of East Java Province Government renovate the tomb complex and car park in the region.

Reforming booth vendors have also been made by Regency Mojokerto, so that the condition can make the pilgrims at the tomb complex that feels comfortable and safe. So that the pilgrims could run fervently religious ritual.

District Government hopes to create a cozy area will be further increased tourist visits in Tomb Troloyo continues. “With the conditions are conducive, comfortable tourist would be interested in re-visiting the Tomb Troloyo other day,” he said on Thursday (17/6).

4. Reco Lanang

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Reco Lanang, Heritage Majapahit kingdom, Mojokerto
Reco Lanang is the statue made ​​of stone andesip with height 5.7 meters is an illustration of one embodiment of Dhani Buddhist master called Aksobnya the cardinal directions east. Mahayana Buddhism recognize the existence of some form of the Dhyani Buddha and Bodhisattvas manusi Budhi. Dhyani Buddha depicted in the embodiment of Buddha who always engage in meditation and being in the sky. With his power he exudes a manusi Buddhist dharma teaching duty in the world. Task manusi budha ends after death and return to Nirvana. For the sake of continuity of dharma teachings, Dhyani Buddha radiates herself again to the world that the Dhyani Bodhisattva. Every era has a series of Dhyani Buddha, Bodhisattva and Buddha Manusi. In areas Trowulan now many carvers who made the statue as relics of the Majapahit kingdom, so that not a few people from outside the area and even abroad who ordered the statues as statues relics of the Majapahit kingdom.

5. petirtaan Jolotundo

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Seloliman village
districts Trawas
Mojokerto

Petirtaan Jolotundo is the oldest relics in Mount Guarantee predicted closely associated with King Airlangga. Some people believe that bathing in Tirta will make young and can cure various diseases.

Water from both the hot spot will come out and fused into running through the center in the form of a pond filled with fish.

 

 
6. Candi Bajangratu
Terletah Bajangratu temple in Hamlet Kraton, Temon Village, District Trowulan, Mojokerto, about 3.5 km from the Temple Wringinlawang and approximately 600 m from the Rat Temple. This temple still keeps a lot of things that have not known for certain, both concerning the year of manufacture, the king who ordered its construction, function, and other aspects.

Bajangratu name was first mentioned in Oudheidkunding Verslag (OV) in 1915. Sri Soeyatmi Satari archaeologists suspect something to do with the name Bajangratu Jayanegara King of Majapahit, due to the word ‘bajang’ means dwarf. According to the Pararaton and folklore, Jayanegara crowned bajang or when the age is still small, so the title of Queen Bajang or Bajangratu attached to it.

Regarding the function of the temple, it is estimated that the temple erected in honor Jayanegara Bajangratu. The basis of these estimates is the Sri Tanjung relief gate at the foot of a story depicting the cleansing. Cleansing story contains reliefs found also, among others, in the temple Surawana. Surawana temple allegedly built in connection with the death of Bhre Wengker (late 7th century).

In the Book Pararaton explained that Jayanegara died in 1328 (‘sira ta dhinar clicking Kapopongan, bhiseka ring ring csrenggapura Pratista Antarawulan’). It also said that King Jayanegara, the return to nature Vishnu (died) in 1328, made a sacred place in the kedaton, made the statue in the form of Vishnu in Petak and Bubat Shila, and made a statue in the form Amoghasidhi in Sukalila. According to Krom, Csrenggapura the same Pararaton Antarasasi (Antarawulan) in Negarakertagama, so it can be concluded that the ‘dharma’ (shrine) located in King Jayanegara Kapopongan Csrenggapura alias alias alias Antarawulan Crirangga temple, which is now called Trowulan. Statues of the king embodiment in the form of Vishnu was also present in Bubat (Trowulan). Only the location of plots Shila (Selapethak) are not yet known.

In addition to the above opinion, there are other opinions about the functioning of the temple Bajangratu. Given the shape paduraksa gate or gate is roofed with stairs up and down, Bajangratu allegedly one of Majapahit palace gates. This estimate is supported by its location not far from the site of the former palace of Majapahit.

Bajangratu expected founded between the 13th century and into the 14th, given: 1) Forecast function as a temple cleansing Jayanegara King, who died in 1328 AD; 2) arch shape similar to the temple dates to the year in Blitar Panataran; 3) Relief decorative door frame similar to the Ramayana reliefs on temple Panataran; 4) Shape the dragon reliefs show the influence of the Yuan Dynasty. J.L.A. Brandes estimates that Bajangratu built in the same era with Candi Jago in Overlapping development, Malang, judging from the relief lions flanking the left and right side of the head of Kala, which is also contained in Jago Temple. Candi Jago itself was probably built in the 13th century.
 

Bajangratu temple occupies a fairly wide area. The entire temple is made of red brick, except stairs and inside the roof. In relation to form a roofed gate, Candi Bajangratu facing both directions, ie east-west. The height of the temple to the top of the roof is 16.1 m and a length of 6.74 m. Gate Bajangratu have wings on the right and left. On each side there are stairs that flank the ornate lion and the long-eared animals. At the foot of the temple wall, flanking the stairs, there is a relief Sri Tanjung, while on the left and right of the front wall, flanking the door, there is a relief Ramayana. Temple door decorated with relief when the head is located just above the threshold. At the foot of the doorway is still visible pits where plugging sills. Maybe before the door is equipped with a door leaf.

The temples formed a corridor stretching from west to east. The stairs and hallway floors are made of stone. The interior of the temple roof is also made of stone blocks are arranged longitudinally north-south, forming a narrow space at the top.

The roof of the temple is Meru (mountain), similar tiered pyramid, with square tops. Each layer is decorated with carvings with inverted pyramid pattern and crop patterns. At the center of the layer-3 there is a relief to the sun, which is said to be the symbol of the Majapahit kingdom. Although this temple faces east-west, but the shape and decoration on the north and south sides are made similar to the other two sides. On the north side and the south created niches that resembles the form of the door. At the top of the temple are carved eagle head and enclosed sun dragon.

Bajangratu temple has undergone restoration in the Dutch period, but did not obtain data on exactly when the restoration was carried out. Improvements that have been made include strengthening at the corner of hardener by filling batter into nat-nat is tenuous and replace wooden beams with cast cement. Some of the stones are missing rung rung arrangement has also been replaced.

 
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