Things to Do in Yogyakarta Region

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Things to Do in Yogyakarta Region

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  • HendyPiliang
    Bogor, Indonesia77 contributions
    You can see active volcanos, trace back Mbah Marijan (ex Mt Merapi watchmaker) and mount erupted remains, ex Mbah Marijan house's, river
    Written January 22, 2022
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  • Laras Octariani
    Jakarta, Indonesia10 contributions
    It was very great experience to visit this museum. Very nice place to know more about history of Yogyakarta and Surakarta. The local guide was so kind and informative. The best time to visit probably will be in the morning and the afternoon before 2 pm
    Written April 6, 2022
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  • eunice o
    2 contributions
    I visited Malioboro on a studytour back in 2018. Malioboro is a famous street in Jogja and is surrounded by many hotels, batik shop, and other local shops.

    I visited Malioboro on a buzy, bustling night where all the vendors are selling their goods, tourist are busy sightlooking and buying things, and the street is packed with vehicles and delman. This lively and busy atmosphere makes my experience of visiting Malioboro reallly enjoyable. With many vendors there--selling lots of stuff and sovenirs-- you could find lots of interesting thing to buy for yourself and as a souvenir. And across the street, you can find a modern shopping centre; you could visit both the local and modern vendors. Even if you don't buy anything, sightseeing and eye-shopping in Malioboro is still an enjoyable experience.

    Thus, if you want to visit Jogja for the first time, don't forget to visist Malioboro Street, especially if you want to do lots of shopping.
    Written February 23, 2021
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  • sujeev shakya
    Patan (Lalitpur), Nepal244 contributions
    It was not the usual outdoor but indoors but it is one of the best productions I have seen. It is important to note that for most of the people who were performing it is not about their religion. Great performane, choreography and background musical scores. Not to miss at all if you are making a trip.
    Written March 8, 2020
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  • petit_sylph
    Markham, Canada100 contributions
    It seemed that it was popular in locals. There were snack bars inside and you can stay until night for the view.
    Written April 18, 2021
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  • NigelM
    2 contributions
    Rather a relaxing site away from the tourist coaches.Its surrounded by fields and Grab is the best way to see the area.
    Written April 8, 2020
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  • Andi Hartono
    Jakarta, Indonesia187 contributions
    I suggest for those who go to Yogyakarta with their families, stop by this place, children can play and learn about many things, so that the holidays become useful, a must try
    Written December 28, 2019
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  • Caroline C
    Jakarta, Indonesia348 contributions
    You can join local saturday mass here at 4 pm using Javanese language at the open church. Feel very peaceful even though I can't understand the language.

    There's a temple next to the church and inside there's Jesus Christ statue. You can pray here and take holy water from 9 tap water beside the temple (candi). Bath room available here. Visitors can take a bath without using soap, shampoo and no towel needed to dry your body. The water is easy to evaporate and your clothes will not get wet. it's magic and people believe if you take a bath here, it will release your pain and you will be healed (physically and mentally). I do believe that :)
    Written November 14, 2019
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  • CyrilSen
    Seremban, Malaysia29 contributions
    The setup comprises of a number of building set in what could be considered a square area. Though there is some walking to do, it is not too much.
    The architecture of the buildings and the mannequins displaying the period costumes were about the best part of the visit.
    Was rather disappointed to find that there were not many artifacts.
    Also, rather disappointed with the upkeep: more could be done to restore/maintain the structures.
    To benefit from the history of the place, it is necessary to engage a guide (they are available at the gate) as there is little in terms of descriptive plaques.
    Written March 6, 2020
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  • TheHumbleTravellers
    Greater Noida, India680 contributions
    just a pillar but important monument of history. You will definitely see this when visiting the palace
    Written February 2, 2020
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  • Samuel Pasaribu
    Bekasi, Indonesia2,160 contributions
    This is a Buddhist temple. The location is near Prambanan Temple. Although less famous than Prambanan and Sewu but this temple has its own charisma with colorful sky at the background.
    They put big blue trash bin at the corner of the temple near entrance. This was really disturb the view. They should move that trash bin.
    Written November 3, 2020
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  • Lynnie
    Singapore, Singapore52 contributions
    Rather crowded place. Suitable for families. It's upslope landscape with a dense forest area behind. Went here as it's along the way to the imogiri pine forest.
    Written November 14, 2018
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  • Climber717196
    13 contributions
    After Borobudur sunrise, we went for another sunrise at Bukit Panguk Kediwung. It was nice to have a sea of clouds just below us. According to our driver, the valley and river in this area contributed to the formation of the beautiful clouds. Its entrance fee is 5000 rupiah compared to 475000 rupiah for the Borobudur sunrise. It is more tranquil than Borobudur. Great place for sunrise viewing!
    Written June 8, 2019
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  • Muhammad Rifai Syukri
    1 contribution
    This is a good place for moslems to visit. Over the weekend, there is a temporary market the opens between 5-8.30am local time. And if you do subh prayer in the mosque, you'll get 10K IDR voucher that can be used in there.

    I like to visit becuase there is an activity "Syuruq berkisah" for kids. It's basically the religious story for kids. And my kids love it.
    Written December 16, 2021
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  • world traveller
    Jakarta, Indonesia10 contributions
    The campus for ugm is closed. All of it. There is security at all the entrances due to COVID 19.spend your time traveling to other nearby places or get a look from the street
    Written October 12, 2021
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