Yogyakarta City Tour
Discover the heritage vibes in Jogjakarta…
Promoting tagline “Jogja Istimewa”, Jogjakarta seems to mean a thing for every single one including tourists. The city offers heritage nuance featuring cultural landmarks and customs. One of the prominent landmarks which can attract so many tourists is Sultan’s Palace. Built in the 17th century, this palace has become a royal residence until present. Spend 1.5 to 2 hours there to discover more about Jogjakarta Sultanate life.
Let’s continue this trip to other Jogjakarta’s heritage site, Taman Sari Water Castle. This site is a royal garden belongs to Sultanate of Jogjakarta. It was built in the mid-18th century. Taman Sari complex consists of baths and pools. It formerly had several functions for royal families such as for meditation, resting, defense, workshop, and even for the hiding place. Lately, it becomes the popular place among the millenials since every spot is instagram-able. Then head to the next destination, Borobudur or Prambanan Temple. You can stop by the restaurant or cafe to have lunch on the way to the temple.
You have two options to visit between Borobudur and Prambanan Temple. Borobudur is the largest Buddhist temple in the world with magnificent ancient architecture. Meanwhile, Prambanan is renowned for its popular folklore or legend depicted in the relief. Furthermore, this Hindu temple has its own beautiful feature. Spend about 2-3 hours there to experience the majestic heritage of Indonesia before getting back to Jogjakarta.
Experience the Royal ambiance in Jogjakarta Palace
Enjoy the site of the royal bathing complex in Taman Sari Water Castle
Explore Borobudur or Prambanan Temple which is regarded as UNESCO World heritage site