Temple Reliefs - Colours Indonesia

The Temples of Indonesia

The Temples of Indonesia
  • Prambanan - Colours Indonesia
    Prambanan
    Constructed in the 10th century, the Prambanan Temple is a structure showcasing the glory of Hinduism in Java. Located near the centre of Yogyakarta, the temple is best photographed just before sunset. To capture the beauty of the reddish light illuminating the temple, I snapped some images from outside using the surrounding trees as a natural frame. Since it was very busy, I had to roam around the temple complex to get different angles.

Barry Kusuma

Barry Kusuma is a travel photographer and videographer based in Jakarta. His photographs focus on overlooked themes of nature and culture. Barry was recognised by the Indonesian Ministry of Tourism as a Creative Tourism Ambassador for the creative ways in which he shares his photos and videos through social media, and he is a photo and video contributor for Getty Images.

Chiang Rai

In the year 1262, King Mangrai of Ngoenyang unified the disparate city-states over which he ruled into a single kingdom, birthing the city of Chiang Rai in the process.
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Bangkok’s Golden Wats

Hundreds of glorious wats (Buddhist temples) can be found across Bangkok and form a unique part of the city’s landscape. Their towers reach into the sky, glittering with gold leaf, coloured glass and pieces of pottery. The best time to visit is early in the morning. (more…)