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Alun-alun Jogjakarta is very famous among local for the believes about two big trees that stand tall in the middle of the field. Locals believe that if someone could pass the middle of the tree then they can make their dreams come true.
Southern Square or Alun Alun is a place for an evening hangout with family and friends. Located at the back yard of Sultan Palace, this place is cloaked in local myth and legend. The city square was built to make the back side of the...More
Alun-alun is a Javanese terminology. It represents the large central open lawn squares common to villages, towns and cities in Indonesia. Nevertheless, alun-alun in modern-Alun-alun is a Javanese architectural term for the large central open lawn squares common to villages, towns and cities in Indonesia....More
These trees are fun challenge to try! If you never heard about these trees, I'll let you know in here. These trees growth right in the middle Alun-alun (square) Kidul. Locals believe, if you can walk straight between the trees , so good luck will...More
We passed it by becak. A big grass field with 2 big trees on it. Kids playing on it and some families having their afternoon picnic.At night its crowded, food stalls and a lot of people hanging out here.
We heard good reviews of this place so on our last night, we took a trishaw to visit the place. Maybe it was the heavy rain, the place was dead except for a few colourful vehicles. It was a disappointment. We looked around for 5...More
Wasn't plan to visit the place. However our tour guide just bring us to see the place. It was a night time when we were there, my children loves the place as there are the so called "trishaw" with colourful LED lights on. Eventually, decided...More
The place offers a lot of things to do like eating, enjoying their colorful rides, have your eyes blindfolded while you try your luck in passing the two huge trees at the center of the square (I forgot the myth/ belief behind ><...More