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Published on January 13, 2015

No less than 1,000 Toyota Land Cruiser adventuring cars will be swarming  to the majestic Hindu Prambanan Temple in the Sleman Regency, YogyakartaProvince when the Toyota Land Cruiser International Jamboree takes place from 7th to 8th March 2015. This will be the second Toyota Land Cruiser International Jamboree after the inaugural 2013 edition held on the island of Bali.

The event will not only be participated by Toyota Land Cruisers from all over Indonesia, but also from  France, Japan, Australia, Thailand, Singapore, the Phillipines, Malaysia, and Brunei Darussalam.

Dwi Budi Santosa, Head of the organizing committee said that the event is intended to strengthen the bond and brotherhood among Land Cruiser enthusiasts from various countries with  all chapters in Indonesia. The event will also be an arena for competitions and creativities besides  providing  entertainment for the general public.

“Yogyakarta is a world class popular tourist destination; we hope this will give a lasting impression  jamboree participants” said Budi.

The event will feature a variety  of fun activities combined with automotive actions and a number of social programs which will be presented to  Toyota Land Cruiser Indonesia (TLCI) members, invited guests, tourists, and the general public. Among some of the highlights of the event will be: an  attempt to break the MURI (Indonesian Records Museum) Record of 1000 Toyota Land cruisers oin one venue, Photo Competitions, Products bazaar, blood donors social program, and more.

As the largest Hindu temple in Southeast Asia, the beautiful and graceful temple of Prambanan is a magnificent spectacle and an icon of Indonesia’s cultural heritage. Located not far from the Buddhist Borobudur temple, the proximity of the two temples tells us that on Java, Buddhism and Hinduism lived peacefully next to one another.

The  temples at Prambanan were built in the 9th century. The biggest temple is dedicated to Shiva – the Destroyer, and the two smaller ones which sit on its right and left are dedicated to Brahma -¬ the Creator and Wisnhu – the Sustainer.  The tallest temple of Prambanan is a staggering 47 meters high. Its peak visible from far away and rises high above the ruins of the other temples. The grandeur, complexity, and integrated architectural concept of Prambanan make this a truly amazing structure. As a unique cultural and architectural marvel, Prambanan was declared a World Heritage site in 1991 by UNESCO.