Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple and one of Asia’s most monumental architectural sites, is one of 170 UNESCO World Heritage sites on Seabourn itineraries. This partnership dedicated to preserving some of the world’s iconic, and often imperiled, wonders. Seabourn offers exceptional experiences at these UNESCO sites and donations to UNESCO earn Seabourn Club Points at the same rate as onboard spending. Travelers exploring Asia with Seabourn can visit Borobudur, which predates Angkor Wat in Cambodia by 300 years and the great Gothic cathedrals of Europe by 400. The vast complex, which houses some 500 statues of Buddha and spans almost four miles of bas-reliefs, was lost in the jungle for hundreds of years before being rediscovered at the beginning of the 19th century.
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