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Tuesday, 14 August 2018

Globally acknowledged as the world's largest Buddhist Monument and one of Indonesia's most spectacular icons, the imposing Borobudur Temple in the Magelang Regency, Central Java , continuously attracts visitors from across the world. Every year, around 300,000 international tourists and around 4 million domestic tourists come to marvel at the temple's amazing splendor. Not only do the numbers offer huge possibilities, they also mean plenty of opportunities for the locals to boost their economy through tourism.

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To optimize the opportunities, the local communities in the Village of Ngaran II near the Borobudur Tourism Park have joined hands and cooperated in providing accommodation for the tourists; a business that is usually in the hands of big corporations. The villagers organized and formed an association of homestay operators called 'Kampung Homestay Borobudur' or Borobudur Homestay Village grouping 25 members. Altogether they have 75 rooms for rent with relatively cheap rates.

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