After the arrival of the ship in Ghana on 23rd February 2004 in the port of Tema, the crew worked very hard dismantling key pieces of equipment and removing excess stores from the ship which were given to a local orphanage. Samudra Raksa was then taken out of the water to await arrangements for shipping back to Indonesia, which proved more complicated than one might have imagined. After many months delay the ship was eventually shipped to Indonesia late last year.The Ship Museum Samudra Raksa was opened by Coordinating Minister for Welfare Prof.Dr. Alwi Shihab of the Republic of Indonesia on 31st August 2005. The museum is located within the grounds of the Borobudur Temple and is just a hundred or so yards from the great temple itself. A fitting tribute to the crew and all who worked with and supported the Borobudur Ship Expedition.
Make you more than just stay, just hundred meters to the temple.
Located in the area Borobudur surrounded by lush tropical garden
Berg View combines Nature with modern style, a volcano view.
Amanjiwo opened in 1997, clear view to Borobudur
A real Javanese place to stay, close to Borobudur.
Offers special experience to fell the touch of javanese