Yogyakarta is one of the foremost cultural centers of Java. This region is located at the foot of the active Merapi volcano, Yogyakarta was in the 16th and 17th centuries the seat of the mighty Javanese empire of Mataram from which present day Yogyakarta has the best inherited of traditions. The city itself has a special charm, which seldom fails to captivate the visitor.

There is daily air service to Yogyakarta from Jakarta, Surabaya and Bali as well as regular train service and easy accessibility by road.There are buses which, although sometimes crowded, are relatively easy to use for getting around.  There are also trishaw carts and horse carts which tend to be inexpensive, a bit more comfortable than buses and have the added benefit of offering a unique travel experience for visitors from other parts of the world.

Yogyakarta is commonly considered as the modern cultural of Central Java. Although some may prefer Solo as a good runner up, Yogyakarta remains the clear front-runner for traditional dance, Wayang (traditional puppetry) and music.Gamelan, classical and contemporary Javanese dances, wayang kulit (leather puppet), theater and other expressions of traditional art will keep the visitor spellbound. Local craftsmen excel in arts such batiks, silver and leather works.

Please contact Haryono Tour and Travel (Mrs. Mirza, Phone: +6281233925067, E-mail: mice@haryonotours.com) for further information about local transportation and tour in Yogyakarta

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  ADDRESS

Gajahmas Mulyosakti Jl. A. Yani 86 A Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 517959
Marga Valas Jl. Laksda Adisucipto Km. 5 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 582251
PT. Barumun Abadi
www.barumunabadiraya.co.id
Natour Garuda, Jl. Malioboro 60 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 563314
PT. Intan Artha Mataram Jl. Malioboro 18 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 563814
PT. Mulia Bumi Artha
www.muliamoneychanger.co.id
Inna Garuda Hotel, Jl. Malioboro 60 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 563314
Intra Valas Post Office, Jl. Panembahan Senopati 2 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 424860, 383406
PT. Intra Bilex Post Office, Jl. Panembahan Senopati 2 Loket 12 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 383406, 414806
PT. Dollar Center Jl. Pasar Kembang 85088 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 587648
Ridho Jaya Valasindo Jl. Pandean 10 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 375991
Santana Monikaya Valas Jl. P. Diponegoro 116/118 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 513873
Sinar Mulia Jogja Valas Jl. KH. Ahmad Dahlan 10 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 513873
Trisakti Damai Putra Jl. P.Mangkubumi 15 Yogyakarta
Ph. (+62274) 564981

Please contact Haryono Tour and Travel (Mrs. Mirza, Phone: +6281233925067, E-mail: mice@haryonotours.com) for further tour information and reservation.

BUKIT BINTANG EXCURSION

Itinerary:

You will be picked up at around 06.00 PM at your hotel then proceed to Bukit Bintang, an exotic place with nice view, quiet and peaceful. You can buy foods available from the cafes while enjoying the nice houses, streets and light bulbs in the city of Yogyakarta through the night. Return to hotel after finish.

The rates per person in Indonesian Rupiah (valid for domestic and international markets)

MINIMUM 02 PERSON : IDR 350,000 PER PERSON

MINIMUM 04 – UP PERSON : IDR 200,000 PER PERSON

Include : transport, parking, guide.

Exclude : Snack, meals and tipping

BOROBUDUR SUNRISE

Itinerary:

Around 03.30 AM, you will be picked up at your hotel then proceed to Manohara hotel where we canhave an access to Borobudur Temple in the early morning time. After sunrise return to hotelaround 07.00- 08.00 AM.

The rates per person in Indonesian Rupiah (valid for domestic market for minimum 4 persons)

MINIMUM 02 PERSON : IDR 875,000 PER PERSON

MINIMUM 04 – UP PERSON : IDR 625,000 PER PERSON

The rates per person in Indonesia Rupiah (valid for international market for minimum 4 persons).

MINIMUM 02 PERSON : IDR 1,050,000 PER PERSON

MINIMUM 04 – UP PERSON : IDR 800,000 PER PERSON

Include : Airconditioned coach, special entrance fee, coffee break, guide

Exclude : Tipping

Local Taxi Information

Rajawali Taxi – Phone : +62 2745 12976

Citra Taxi (Jas Taxi) – Phone : +62 2743 73737

Indra Kelana Taxi – Phone : +62 27456 5565

 

Notable Landmarks and Attractions in Yogyakarta

Gusti Bendoro Pangeran Haryo (GBPH) Yudhaningrat (kiri) memimpin pasukan saat acara Grebeg Besar Keraton Yogyakarta di Masjid Gede Kauman, Yogyakarta, Kamis (24/9). Sebanyak tujuh gunungan diperebutkan dalam acara yang menjadi simbol ungkapan syukur Keraton Yogyakarta atas segala limpahan rejeki dan keselamatan dari Tuhan serta guna menyambut Hari Raya Idul Adha 1436 H. ANTARA FOTO/Andreas Fitri Atmoko/foc/15.

SULTAN PALACE

As known as The Keraton is one of the main heritage buildings in Yogyakarta where the Sultan of Yogyakarta and his family live.

BOROBUDUR TEMPLE

Is the world’s biggest Buddist temple. The temple is decorated with thousands reliefs and hundreds of Buddha statues.

BOROBUDUR TEMPLE
PRAMBANAN TEMPLE

PRAMBANAN TEMPLE

Is the biggest Hindu temple compound in Indonesia, bringing the legendary story of Roro Jonggrang. Stunning night performance of Ramayana Dance bring a magnificent visualisation of legendary epos of Javanese culture.

FORT VREDEBURG MUSEUM

Built in 1765 by Dutch as a capital and defense building of the government, the building is well maintained and now become a historical landmark museum.

FORT VREDEBURG MUSEUM
MALIOBORO STREET

MALIOBORO STREET

A famous street known as one-kilometer-pathway is a paradise of local souenirs originally from Yogyakarta, and when the night passed, the streets were lined by traders of traditional foods.

BERINGHARJO TRADITIONAL MARKET

Beringharjo traditional market has been functioning as a trading place since 1758. Now, it offers more merchandise, ranging from batik, traditional snacks, Javanese herbs, food and more to explore.

BERINGHARJO TRADITIONAL MARKET
LEATHER CRAFT MANDING VILLAGE

LEATHER CRAFT MANDING VILLAGE

Various of fashion product that made from leather can be found here, including bag, shoe, wallet, jacket, and belt with affordable price.

KASONGAN POTTERY VILLAGE

Desa Kasongan is a central craft gerabah and ceramic of the clay. Here are also can be seen directly ways of making a pot, various motif of jars, sculptures, wall decoration, the kitchen equipment, furniture and other products.

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BANYUSUMURUP KERIS VILLAGE

BANYUSUMURUP KERIS VILLAGE

Keris is a specific traditional weapon from Yogyakarta. In this Desa Banyusumurup also can be seen directly process of making keris with warangka (keris gloves) and also it can be bought as a souvenir.

CRAFT SILVER IN KOTAGEDE

Central craft silver in Kotagede selling various craft that made from silver, including ring, necklace, bracelet and others that suitable for gift.

CRAFT SILVER IN KOTAGEDE
KAMPUNG BATIK GIRILOYO

KAMPUNG BATIK GIRILOYO

Kampung Batik Giriloyo is a place where majority of people work as a batik maker. The visitors can try to learn to make batik creation while shopping.

KAMPUNG PATHUK

Kampung pathuk is a central place for making bakpia, a special food from Yogakarta that made from green peas. There are a lot of choices of bakpia taste.

KAMPUNG PATHUK