Punthuk Setumbu is located in the Menoreh Hill cluster with an altitude of about 1,300 meters above sea level. It's no wonder this place is always the best spot to take pictures with the sunrise. Punthuk Setumbu is synonymous with the beauty of the sunrise. Because many tourists hunt for sunrise in the hills of this Punthuk Setumbu peak, it's no wonder that they have been there since night. Besides tourists can be satisfied enjoying its natural beauty, it is also a perfect landscape for Borobudur Temple.
Gereja Ayam (The chicken church) is a building in the shape of a chicken (now called a dove) sitting on the ground with a crown on its head. Several tourists enjoyed several corners of the Chicken Church on Rhema Hill, Borobudur area, Gombong Hamlet, Kembanglimus Village, Borobudur District, Magelang Regency, Central Java. On Rhema Hill, tourists can see the entire chicken church room, with several abandoned pillars in the tail corner and flower-shaped windows on each side. Apart from being able to see stunning and amazing views. The Chicken Church also presents a very aesthetic building full of stories inside. Apart from that, places of worship are also provided for all religions. What is amazing is that this chicken church has 7 levels, each floor is unique and has a different meaning.
One of the interesting coffee shops near Borobudur Temple is Kopi Luwak Mataram. This coffee shop has been open since 2012, and besides Kopi Luwak Mataram serves coffee, they also provide education for visitors. This coffee is processed in the civet's stomach. So the mongoose, which has a perfect sense of smell, will only swallow the best coffee beans. So, later the seeds will come out of the civet droppings. But don't be afraid, this doesn't smell at all and the seeds are not intact. Kopi Luwak Mataram takes it directly from the farmers. So in the farmer's garden, the wild civets are left to eat their coffee which the civet thinks is the best. Later the farmers will collect the civet droppings which are scattered both in the garden and in the forest. Because it is in the stomachs of wild civets that's the best fermentation process.