The Lost Word Castle is a tourist destination in Sleman, Jogjakarta. It is located in a village that has been lost due to the eruption of Mount Merapi. So that’s why they got an idea to name this place with The Lost World Castle.
This place has an area of 1.3 hectares and has been established since 2016. The area is kinda wide so that’s why there’s a lot of castles there. They using slate to build the castle which adds beauty to the building.
The facilities in this destination are also quite good, including prayer rooms, toilets, parking areas, food stalls, souvenir shops, and unique bicycles. Here are some of the interesting photo spots that you can visit in The Lost Word Castle.
Some people call this spot a Takeshi’s Castle but some people also call it The Great Wall of China. When you take pictures here, you will get a photo with the landscape of Mount Merapi. There’s also a clock tower in the middle which is very suitable for a photo spot.
No need to go all the way to Rome to see one of the historical relics in the world. Just go to Jogja and then there you go, you’re at Rome’s Colosseum! This photo spot is a replica of the colosseum which is one of the 7 wonders in the world.
Of course, Takeshi’s Castle and Rome’s Colosseum are not the only popular spot here. Besides, you also shouldn’t miss The Paradise Gate. Just as the name itself, this photo spot is shaped like the entrance to heaven. They build this photo spot like countless stairs that will lead you to the sky.
The Lost World Castle Ticket Prices
This tourist spot is open every day from 07.00 AM to 06.00 PM. According to The Lost Word Castle’s Instagram, the ticket costs IDR 30,000 per person. However, you will get an additional fee for the parking lot. It costs IDR 5,000 for a car and IDR 5,000 for a motorbike.
How to Get to The Lost Word Castle
The full address of Lost Word Castle is in Petung Kepuharjo Hamlet, Cangkringan, Sleman, Jogjakarta. If you start the route from Jl. Kaliurang, the distance that you will take is about 27.3 km from the center of Jogjakarta.