ATTRACTIONS & ACTIVITIES

THE SULTAN PALACE OF YOGYAKARTA

The Sultan Palace of Yogyakarta or also known as Keraton of Yogyakarta is a palace complex located in the city of Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta Special Region, Indonesia. The palace is the main seat of Sultan of Yogyakarta and his family. It serves as a cultural center for the Javanese people and contains a museum that displays the sultanate's artifacts.Yogyakarta Palace was built by Prince Mangkubumi in 1755-1756 several months after the signing of the Treaty of Giyanti between Prince Mangkubumi of Yogyakarta, Hamengkubuwono of Surakarta and Dutch East India Company.

CANDI BOROBUDUR

Do you know that UNESCO listed Borobudur as a World Heritage Site in 1991? It is listed under Cultural criteria (i) "to represent a masterpiece of human creative genius", (ii) "to exhibit an important interchange of human values, over a span of time or within a cultural area of the world, on developments in architecture or technology, monumental arts, town-planning or landscape design", and (vi) "to be directly or tangibly associated with events or living traditions, with ideas, or with beliefs, with artistic and literary works of outstanding universal significance". 

CANDI PRAMBANAN

Prambanan or Rara Jonggrang (Javanese: translit. Rara Jonggrang) is a 9th-century Hindu temple compound in Central Java, Indonesia, dedicated to the Trimurti, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Preserver (Vishnu) and the Destroyer (Shiva). The temple compound is located approximately 17 kilometres (11 mi) northeast of the city of Yogyakarta on the boundary between Central Java and Yogyakarta provinces.

The temple compound, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the largest Hindu temple site in Indonesia, and one of the biggest in Southeast Asia.

KOTA GEDE

Kotagede (also Kota Gede, Javanese for "Big City") is a historic neighborhood in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The name was used for the administrative district (kecamatan) of the same name in the City of Yogyakarta, and previously a forest named Mentaok, to the east of Gajah Wong River. Kotagede contains the remains of the first capital of Mataram Sultanate, established in the 16th century. Some of the remains of the old Kotagede are remains of the palace, the royal cemetery, the royal mosque, and defensive walls and moats. Kotagede is well known internationally by its silver crafting.

 

ULLEN SENTALU MUSEUM

Ullen Sentalu Museum is a private museum that was initiated by Haryono family and now is managed by Ulating Blencong Foundation. It was established in 1994 and officially inaugurated on March 1, 1997, coinciding with the date commemorated every year as a historical day for Yogyakarta City. The inauguration was done by KGPAA Paku Alam VIII, who was at that time the Governor of Yogyakarta Special Province.

CANDI RATU BOKO

Ratu Boko (Javanese: Ratu Baka) or Ratu Boko Palace is an archaeological site in Java. Ratu Boko is located on a plateau, about three kilometres south of Lara Jonggrang Prambanan temple complex in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The original name of this site is still unclear, however the local inhabitants named this site after King Boko, the legendary king mentioned in Loro Jonggrang folklore.In Javanese, Ratu Baka means "Stork King".

The site covers 16 hectares in two hamlets (Dawung and Sambireja) of the village of Bokoharjo and Prambanan, Sleman Regency.

KAMPUNG KETANDAN

Kampung Ketandan is a Chinatown area located in Malioboro, the center of Yogyakarta. Precisely located in the southeast of the intersection between Jalan Malioboro, Jalan Margo Mulyo, Jalan Pajeksan, and Jalan Suryatmajan. In Kampong Ketandan area there are many terraced houses with Chinese architecture, although it has started eroded modernization.

SILVER CRAFT

Kota Gede in Yogyakarta is famous with silver crafts. Located 9km from Jogja, this traditional architecture town actually sound means "BIG CITY". It is all silver business here, with many small store selling silver acessories in reasonable price.

AMBARUKMO PLAZA

Plaza Ambarrukmo (also Ambarrukmo Plaza, Amplaz) is a shopping mall in Yogyakarta with a building area of 120,000 m2 (1,300,000 sq ft). Located in Jalan Laksda Adisucipto Yogyakarta which was established in 2006, Plaza Ambarrukmo consists of 7 (seven) floors divided into a shopping area with more than 230 tenants and a parking area that can accommodate 1,000 cars and 1,400 motorcycles. Plaza Ambarrukmo is built with a blend of classical Javanese architectural concepts and modern interior design. Plaza Ambarrukmo has several exhibition venues on the Lower Ground floor, Ground Floor, 2nd Floor, and 3rd Floor.

MALIOBORO STREET

Jalan Malioborois a major shopping street in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The street is the centre of Yogyakarta's largest tourist district surrounded with many hotels, restaurants, and shops nearby. Sidewalks on both sides of the street are crowded with small stalls selling a variety of goods. In the evening several open-air street side restaurants, called lesehan, operate along the street. This is the street of the artists. Street musicians, painters, and other artists exhibit their creations on this road. Less obvious to the tourist, but more for the local population, side streets, lanes and structures that lead on to Malioboro are as important as the street itself.

BERINGHARJO MARKET

Beringharjo market becomes part of Malioboro that is worth visiting. This market has been center of economy activity since years ago and its existence has philosophical meaning. The market  is one of the 'four in one' poles (consisting of South Square, Sultan Palace, North Square, and Beringharjo market) symbolizing economy functions. The name 'Beringharjo' was given by Hamengku Buwono IX, meaning that the place where banyan tree (bering) used to grow is expected to bring welfare (harjo). Now, tourists define this place as an enjoyable shopping place; where you can find ranging from batik, traditional snacks, Javanese herbs, to art crafts and even famous snake skin fruits (Salak Pondoh).

JOGJA CITY MALL

Its located in Jalan Magelang KM. 6 No. 18, Sinduadi, Mlati, Kabupaten Sleman, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55284.

The mall can be reached 15 minutes by car or motorcycle from Habitat@Hyarta. It is very convenient, should you want to watch some movies.

WEDI OMBO

Wediombo Beach is a bay with white sand, which slopes gently to the sea, and it can be seen from the hill or even from the shore. Visitors can enjoy perfect sunset scenery from here. Wediombo beach is a natural beach with beautiful scenery. It lies in Jepitu village, Girisubo district, about 40 km in the south east of Wonosari city. It's a bay with white sand, which slopes gently to the sea, and it can be seen from the hill or even from the shore. The visitors can enjoy perfect sunset scenery from here and the fresh air is very good for the respiratory organs. For the visitors who have fishing hoby, Wediombo beach is a perfect choice. In a certain many of Panjo fish appear along the beach. It's a kind of fishing ceremony.

PARANGTRITIS

Parangtritis is located 27 km south of Yogyakarta and easily accessible by public transportation that operate up to 17:00pm as well as private vehicles. The afternoon before sunset is the best time to visit this most popular beach in Yogyakarta. But if you arrive sooner, it will not hurt for going up to Tebing Gembirawati (Gembirawati cliffs) behind this beach. From there, we can see the whole area of Parangtritis Beach, southern sea, up to the horizon.

Parangtritis Beach is very closely related to the legend of Ratu Kidul (Queen of South). Many Javanese people believe that Parangtritis Beach is the gate of Ratu Kidul's magical kingdom who controls the southern sea.

BARON TECHNO PARK

Education Area Baron Technopark, Planjan Village, Saptosari Sub-district, Gunungkidul. There is a sundial that can be used as a learning for students and visitors who come. The clock is used as a time-marking tool by relying on giant clockworks that loom challenging sunlight and producing shadows.
What is interesting about Baron Technopark Sun Clock? In addition to sunset and sunrise, you can see the expanse of the sea off from the heights because the Sun Clock is on the cliff.
The Sun Clock is also located on the peninsula so you can also see the lighthouse towers of the Baron Beach and the beaches located east of the Baron Beach from a distance.

SINDEN BEACH

The location of Sinden beach is not far from Wediombo beach that has been famous and influenced Sinden beach to be known more and more by visitors. Sinden beach has a very beautiful panorama and scenery. Visitors can enjoy the cape that can be place where people can fish. This place is a great place for you to refresh and release from your fatigue and boredom after days of working or having other routines where you can enjoy the charming nature.

Fish in this area is categorized many in varieties so many visitors usually have purpose to fish when they visit this beach. You will feel a different feeling when fishing in this area, because you can enjoy the natural scenery that full of beauty.

WATULUMBUNG

Watu Lumbung Beach has very interesting rock and coral formations. Try walk down through a huge stone with a hole in the middle creating an arch and carefully pick your way over the rocks,  this beach is surrounded by small green hills too! There is plenty of exploration to see – just be sure to be really careful when adventuring through Watu Lumbung Beach. Its located at Wonosari, Kabupaten Gunung Kidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia

TIMANG BEACH

Gunungkidul Region is home to the most beautiful beaches of Yogyakarta, including the Timang Beach, which is located 35 kilometres south of Wonosari. It exhibits a fulfilling sight of white waves crashing into coral stones and cliffs. Location is at Tepus, Gunung Kidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta.
If you’re an adrenaline junkie, you’ll love to try this out: hangin on a wooden ‘cable cart’ tied together on pulleys that are not made with the usual steel cables, but with fabric rope, to cross onto Watu Panjang Island.
Originally used as a means of transportation by local lobster fishermen, those brave enough to endure dangling above treacherous waves.

GUDEG YOGYA

Gudeg is made from young unripe jack fruit (Javanese: gori, Indonesian: nangka muda) stewed for several hours with palm sugar, and coconut milk. Additional spices include garlic, shallot, candlenut, coriander seed, galangal, bay leaves, it is often described as "green jack fruit sweet stew". There are several types of gudeg; dry, wet, Yogyakarta style, Solo style and East Javanese style. The most common gudeg comes from Yogyakarta, and is usually sweeter, drier and reddish in color because of the addition of teak leaves as coloring agent. Solo gudeg from the city of Surakarta is more watery and soupy. Gudeg is traditionally associated with Yogyakarta, and Yogyakarta is sometimes nicknamed "Kota Gudeg" (city of gudeg).

SATE KLATHAK PAK PONG

Sate Klathak Pak Pong, Unique Way to Enjoy Lamb/goat Skewer. If you are in Yogyakarta, do not miss to enjoy Sate Klathak. This culinary must be tried, not just delicious, satay Klathak also unique, legendary!

Currently, there are many traders selling Sate Klathak, but one of the most famous klathak satay stalls is Sate Klathak Pak Pong. This shop is located on Jl Stadion Sultan Agung, if from East Imogiri Street, continue until 7 km, then after reaching Jejeran market junction, take to the west, about 500m road from the intersection, this shop is on the right side . We can immediately see people burning sate by the side of the road, fragrant smoke spread everywhere.

Sate Klathak made from young goat meat cut and stabbed with bars motorcycle. Yeah, you guys did not read wrong. Bars of the motorcycle made of iron (Ruji Motor) . The use of this Ruji is believed to deliver better heat, so that meat can mature evenly, outside and inside. The spices used in burning it are also very simple, just salt and pepper. This simplicity makes the taste of the meat appear, so that the natural savory taste is felt, coupled with the tenderness of young goat meat. Perfect!

KOPI JOSS

This coffee is different than others coffee, the coffee served with hot burned charcoal plunged in it. Local people call it “Kopi Joss” named from the sound when hot burned charcoal plunged in it.
Some people say the taste of coffee are earthy, others say litle caramel.

The coffee drink price is very cheap, only Rp. 4,000 for 1 glass. And its can be found such as to backpacker street such as  SOSROWIJAYAN street, DAGEN street, PASAR KEMBANG street, MALIOBORO street etc.

ANGKRINGAN

People who have lived in Jogja must know angkringan, simple carts with plastic tarps that sell Nasi Kucing, quail egg sate, sate chicken intestine (fried), fried, and wedangan (Javanese Hot Herbal Beverage – Ginger spice). Nasi Kucing is a typical menu of angkringan, a rice spice with a shred of tempeh or oseng  (sauteed) teri then wrapped in banana leaves and paper. Named as Nasi Kucing, it is because the portions very small, only few spoon of rice. It is a fun place to discuss with friends until late at night, angkringan is also a dining place consider as cheap.

ES KRIM RUJAK

In Yogyakarta there is a snack that is quite easy to find, i.e. salad ice cream (ES KRIM RUJAK). And, one of the areas of Yogyakarta are quite a lot of ice cream seller is the area of ??Pura Pakulaman Yogyakarta. In that area there is also a pioneer selling ice cream salad that has been it since 1990, namely Paino. Almost the same as fruits salad (RUJAK) in general, which contains fruits, also contains shavings of cucumber, mango, kedondong, papaya, pineapple, bengkoang, doused with chili sauce and then given ice cream topping. This dish is very fitting if enjoyed when the weather conditions are hot. Using a simple cart and located on the corner of Harjowinatan street, north, Paino peddled the ice cream salad from 09.00 until finish.

BAKPIA

Bakpia (Chinese: Pe?h-?e-j?: bah-pi; literally: "meat pastry") or hopia (Chinese: Pe?h-?e-j?: hó-piá; literally: "good pastry") is a popular Indonesian and Philippine bean-filled moon cake-like pastry originally introduced by Fujianese immigrants in the urban centers of both nations around the turn of the twentieth century. It is a widely available inexpensive treat and a favoured gift for families, friends and relatives.

In Indonesia, it is also widely known as Bakpia Pathok, named after a suburb of Yogyakarta which specialises in the pastry. These sweet rolls are similar to bigger Indonesian pia, the only difference being the size.

PUNCAK BECICI

Becici Peak is located in Muntuk Village, Dlingo District, Bantul Regency or 30 Km from downtown Yogyakarta. To get there, tourists can pass the path of Yogyakarta-Wonosari. However, make sure the vehicle is prime. Because the road to go up and down and winding. Becici Peak has a 4.4 hectare pine forest with cool air. In the afternoon, visitors can enjoy the sunset. From here also, visitors can see the beauty of the northern Prambanan Temple and the beautiful southern coast. "Afternoon time is best if you want to enjoy the panorama". Even Obama the ex-president USA, was enjoyed it.

BATU MIRING

VISIT KULON PROGO Slant Rock. Gunung Kukusan Gunung Kukusan is one of Menoreh's hill tops extending from Kulon Progo district to Magelang district. Gunung Kukusan or other named Gunung Kendeng is located in Wonokerto hamlet, Ngargoretno village, Salaman district, Magelang regency, Central Java. Around here there is a large stone which is named after a sloping stone. You can take pictures here. To enter here, you will be charged a fee of Rp 2000 only.

PUNCAK SURYOLOYO

The peak of Suroloyo is the highest land in the Menoreh Hills that are prima donna because of its captivating landscape from altitude. Not only looking at the beauty of Menoreh Hills, we will also be treated to views of Jogja region, and Magelang complete with Borobudur Temple. From this place we can see the 5 mountain scenery in Central Java namely Merapi, Merbabu, Sindoro, Sumbing and Ungaran which will only be seen when the weather is really bright. In addition to the beauty of the landscape, Puncak Suroloyo is also a place to hold some traditional ceremonies, Tourists can see this traditional ceremony every 1st of Suro (Java Calendar).

PUNCAK MANGUNAN

Peak of the orchard or more familiar fruit in the ear with the title "Mangunan peak". Actually Mangunan Peak is a fruit orchard located on a hilltop in Imogiri Bantul area. At the end of the garden there is a peak with a very beautiful view, this peak is more attracted visitors, beyond his own orchards. With ticket price Rp. 5000, we can enjoy the natural beauty that can be seen from the top of the mangunan. Unique scenery we can enjoy here, beautiful cluster of mountains with a winding river below.

KALI BIRU

The best time to come to Kalibiru and climb the Tower of View  is in the afternoon, to watch the twilight paint the sky with amazing colors. But coming in the morning will also be fun, because the water color Sermo Reservoir with a purplish blue. There you will find a towering pine tree at the edge of a ravine, which at the height of the trunk has a wooden board complete with a hanging ladder. That is "Tower of View." From that height, you can enjoy the beautiful view of the Menoreh Mountains, with the Sermo Reservoir at its feet.

KBN TEH NGLINGGO

The existence of nglinggo tea garden is already long, even a dozen years ago.
Administratively nglinggo tea garden is located in the hamlet nglinggo, pagerharjo village, Samigaluh District, Kab. Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta. More precisely located in the western tip of Yogyakarta, at the top of the hills incised. The tea garden offers beautiful green carpet scenery and when you go very early in the morning usually covers with fogs, which adding the fresh andmysterious athmosphere.

MERAPI TOUR

Yogyakarta has many adventure tourism destinations. One of them is Merapi Lava Tour located in Kaliurang, right at the foot of Mount Merapi. Basically, Merapi Lava Tour invites tourists ride Jeep cars along the former lava flow after the eruption of Mount Merapi. Throughout the trip, tourists will be invited to stop at several post-eruption destinations such as the Museum Sisa Hartaku and Kaliadem Bunker. Merapi Lava Tour is divided into three routes namely short (1.5 hours), medium (2.5 hours), and long (4-5 hours). Short route trip with Jeep contains maximum 4 adults Rp 350.000 price, while for medium Rp 450.000 and for long Rp 600.000.

RAFTING

When it comes to rafting, Yogyakarta has quite surprises offer! One of the adrenalin rush sport is rafting. In Yogyakarta there quite many rivers that possible for it.

Some of the rafting spots also offer breath taking scenery such as waterfall stairs, and sometimes another exciting experinces such as Caving and tubing. You might like to try these.

Just follow the safety rules for rafting and you love the swift currents of the rivers, well you are set to go!

HERITAGE CYCLING

The heritage cycling activity is a set of interesting scenery about ancient sites, rice fields and  rural culture daily life. This trip will be a sensational experience in your holiday in Yogyakarta.  Prambanan cycling tour is one of the options.

Start near the Prambanan Complex, the trip will pass Prambanan temple, Sewu temple, Plaosan temple, Bubrah temple and much more. During cycling you can see the temples outsite the complex. You can also see the life of rural communities and beautiful natural scenery during the ride bike. You can see the real of Indonesia daily life. And after finish cycling trip you can enter the Prambanan temple (you can pay the entrance ticket itself directly at the location).

ATV ADVENTURES

At Parangtritis Beach, Yogyakarta, you can rent and ride ATV (All-Terrain Vehicle) for Rp 30.000 per 15 minutes. You can ride this vehicle while enjoying the beach view and listening to the sound of sea waves hitting the foreshore. Riding ATV has been one of the most favorite ways by tourists to spend their time at Parangtritis. Try this early in the morning to explore the beach with ATV, while the beach is still empty from visitors. Or try to enjoy the ride while see the sunset on the beach.

ROCK CLIMBING

Should you need more exciting adventures; do try Rock climbing!

At Siung beach, you can do rock climbing also enjoy the ocean views! Located about 70km from city center, Siung Beach has pearly white sands, turquoise sea, and cool air. And of course, there are high rocks (up to 15 meters) that are waiting for you. Siung Beach has 45 climbing tracks with various difficulty levels. “Kuda Laut” track is the most favorite track for rock climbing here. After the adrenaline rush, don’t forget to enjoy the beautiful Siung beach. Address: Purwodadi village, Tepus sub-district, Wonosari, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta.

SANDBOARDING

Parangkusumo Sandbank is located along Opak river until Parangtritis beach, Yogyakarta. The sands come from Mount Merapi’s volcanic ashes that brought along the stream of Opak River and Progo River to the Southern Sea. Parangkusumo Sandbank does not only offer beautiful scenery but you also can sandboarding there. Simply stand on a board and ‘surf’ through the sands. It may seem easy but you need to keep your balance while standing and sliding on the board. Try it once and you will definitely want to do it more!

FESTIVAL KERATON

The role of the Royal Festival is as a preserver of culture, customs and traditions of a kingdom. D.I Yogyakarta as a province in Indonesia that has the privilege of being a city that has a history of the kingdom and is still ongoing. One of the celebrations that often held is the Royal Palace. This celebration is also famous as an event that showcases the heirlooms of the Yogyakarta Palace as well as the Keraton troops that are often awaited by the community.

BEDHAYA KETAWANG DANCE

The word “Bedhaya” refers to female palace dancers, while “ketawang” is derived from “tawang” which means “the sky”, therefore Bedhaya Ketawang is said to be a dance from the sky. This Javanese dance is deemed sacred to the Mataram sultanates of both Surakarta and Yogyakarta. The dance from the sky can only be performed once a year at sultan coronation ceremonies. 

The two hour-long dance is comprised of three parts, each representing one stanza. every stanza is about story of King and Queen Love journey. The dance is very slow and sacred, therefore it is not shown other than in Keraton. 

GREBEG SYAWAL

One of the traditions in celebrating Lebaran Day which can be said unique is the Grebeg Syawal tradition in Yogyakarta Special Region (DIY). Grebek Syawal itself is an activity undertaken to welcome 1 Shawwal that coincides with the celebration of Idul Fitri.Grebeg Shawwal Tradition Decrease-of-the-Region Yogyakarta

At the ceremony, Kraton will issue seven mountains: one will be escorted to Pakualaman Temple, one to Kepatihan, while the other five will be escorted to Gede Kauman Mosque and will be paraded to North Square for contested by the people present.

NGELAMBOR BEACH

This beach is one of the beach that can use for snorkeling in Yogyakarta. Other beaches can not use for snorkeling because of big wave and strong flow cause facing ocean. You will feel so lucky that able snorkeling at south beach of Java.

This place are close to beautiful UNMAINSTREAM place. Such as,  JOGAN BEACH, SIUNG BEACH and TIMANG BEACH etc. It just only one way to the site. So, you spend your time effectively to visit these place.

NGOBARAN BEACH

Ngobaran is such an exotic beach. When sea water falls, you can see spread of both green and brown seaweed. From the top, you can look the spread of the algae growing in between coral reef looks like spread of rice field in a densely populated area. Tens of sea animal species also present in between the coral reef, ranging from sea urchin, starfish, to various types of cockle shells. Ngobaran Beach is rich of cultural enchantment; ranging from the temple, the mosque directing to the south, to the hidden culinary potential of fried sea urchin.

KRAKAL BEACH

This beach is recommended for surfing in Yogyakarta. In fact, Rip Curl ever had Grom Search in this beach. This beach even has been recommended by International surfer.

Krakal Beach has long been renowned as one of those extremely beautiful beaches at the Southern edge of Yogyakarta. It has sloping coastal line covered by white sands along with clear waves. Countless coral reefs decorate the seashore, becoming the home for various colorful coral fishes, and a small group of tiny bright blue fishes are swimming among the corals.

NASI BRONGKOS

Special Culinary from the Past: For people in Yogya maybe this cuisine is familiar.

This brongkos vegetable is an ancient Javanese dish that is still popular today, but rarely do people cook it. When people encounter this cuisine will surely feel so delicious vegetables brongkos especially with the addition of eggs and koyor chewy meaty and tender.

Koyor is a beef meat that is taken on the legs fat. Koyor is as an addition to aroma and vegetable spice brongkos.

WEDANG UWUH

Wedang is a Javanese word which means drink, while uwuh means garbage. This drink is so named because the materials in the form of leaves are similar to trash. Raised wedang uwuh consists of clove leaves, cinnamon, nutmeg leaf, ginger, wood secang, by using sweetener from sugar stone.

This drink has a red color resulting from the use of wood secang. Wedang uwuh deliciously served in hot conditions. The flavor of this drink is spicy from ginger, and fresh flavor is removed from various types of leaves are brewed with hot water.

BEBEK GORENG

Fried duck or Bebek Goreng, is one of delicious culinary that also famous in Indonesia, and every cities of Indonesia has special kind of cooking.

In Yogyakarta, many fried Duck stall you can find, from the street vendor to restoraunt and you can try them one by one. However many recommended  This small warung in Mangkuyudan street somehow met the minimum requirement, even though it is fried duck. The nasi uduk (coconut rice) is nice; the sambal (sauce) is so tasty and the important thing the duck is tender. Others also suggested Bebek Cak Koting, the famous one in Yogyakarta.

DESA MANDING - LEATHER CRAFTS

At Dr. Wahidin Sudiro Husodo street  Manding Sabdodadi, Bantul, this region has been known as a producer of leather crafts since 1957.
Various crafts ranging from wallets, bags, shoes, sandals, jackets, can be found here.

Models and shapes also affect the price, such as for pure leather-based products such as leather jackets between Rp. 500 thousand to Rp1, 5 million.
Shoes ranging from Rp 70 thousand to Rp 1 million, bags ranging from Rp 100 thousand to Rp 1 million.

DESA KASONGAN

In this Kasongan tourism village offers handicraft items from pottery as well as from other materials such as jars, flower pots, decorative lights, miniatures of transportation (pedicab, bicycle, car), various bags, sculptures, bridal souvenirs, and other attractive decoration for display at home.
If you are interested in the process of making the pottery, then some galleries offer short courses. You can also see the process of making pottery in some production houses.

CHOCOLATE MONGGO

Chocolate Monggo is produced in Indonesia and products are made of the finest dark chocolate with 100% cocoa butter. The best cocoa beans are selected from the Javanese, Sumatran and Celebes plantations. Each flavor has a genuine taste of Indonesian ingredients and is a creation of Belgian chocolatier, and most of the packaging are made of recycled paper.

ANDONG

Andong is one of the transportation transportation in Yogyakarta. Andong is a transportation vehicle that utilizes animal power in the form of a horse. Andong basically similar to the horse-drawn carriage worn by the nobles in the past or royal family, look at the train museum in the Museum Train in Yogyakarta on Jl. Rotowijayan but the form of horse is simpler but the construction is almost the same.

CAVE TUBING

Tubing (also known as inner tubing, "bumper tubing" or even toobing) is a recreational activity where an individual rides on top of an inner tube, either on water, snow, or through the air. The tubes themselves are also known as "donuts" or "biscuits" due to their shape. In this case, in Yogyakarta has alot of caves with stream, this excitement adventure is found. You may find this exciting. Have a TRY! check on Pindul cave.

LOMBA GEROBAK SAPI

Usually cattle cart transportation modes are used only to transport crops, in its development has also led to the tourism sector. one of the fun is the race of ox carts. A bull cart is a cart or a cart pulled by a cow, so imagine that the cart may be very slow. But maybe you need to see the race directly.

BREKSI CLIFF

Breksi Cliff is formed by the rock mining activity by the local people. In the hands of the local artists, the 20 meters abandoned limestone cliff mining turned into tremendous spot to enjoy art performance, and sunset. 

Breksi Cliffs is one of the new tourism spots in Yogyakarta that successfully managed to attract people’s attention. It was officially inaugurated in 2015 by the Governor of Yogyakarta, Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, and touted as an official cultural heritage. Breksi Cliff is located in Sambirejo Village, just in the same area with Queen Boko Palace, Candi Banyunibo, Candi Ijo and for about 3 km away from Candi Prambanan. 

 

NGELANGGERAN MOUNTAIN

Mount Nglanggeran is an primordial volcano in 20 million years ago but inactive and had erosion/slide by the time, and form a giant boulder. Besides having the ability to watch the sunset & sunrise spectacular and also sparkling Yogyakarta in the evening.

The extreme route, uncertain weather, hard track, and long distance become the barrier for many people to go mountain climbing. It only takes 1 to 1.5 hours tracking, you will get its western peak, which is named Mount Gede.

EMBUNG BATARA SRITEN

Embung Batara Sriten, Enchantment of Lake at the Top of Gunungkidul. Located on top of the Great Batur Mountains, at an altitude of 859 mdpl. Embung Batara Sriten becomes the highest lake in Yogyakarta. It has the main function as water storage to irrigate agro-mangosteen agro and kelengkeng in the area.

Inaugurated by the Governor of Yogyakarta, Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, in September 2014, Embung Batara Sriten offers a charm of beauty that is able to shed all the fatigue and boredom. From the edge of the lake you can watch the clouds chasing,  and landscape of hills and valleys stretching to the limit of the horizon.

PLAWANGAN HILL

Plawangan is a hill above the town of Kaliurang, on the southern slopes of Gunung Merapi, Central Java, in Indonesia. It is east of Turgo, which is another named hill above Kaliurang. Formerly a vulcanological post of the Indonesian volcanology service,and abandoned in the 1990s because nuee ardente and gas clouds.

It is also located within the Plawangan Turgo nature reserve an almost 200 hectares on the slope of Merapi that has rare animals and plants occurring in its area.

LANANG MOUNTAIN

Lanang mountain is located to the West of the city of Jogjakarta, precisely in the area of Kulon Progo. This location is perfect for enjoying the morning. In addition to enjoying the coolness of the mountains.

KALIURANG PEAK

Kaliurang is an area in North Yogyakarta which becomes one of the alternative for you who are enjoying tourism in Jogja. In Kaliurang area you can enjoy the view of Merapi volcano that looks very clear, besides that you can enjoy the view of Jogja city, or you also can enjoy the forest and fresh waterfall. Maybe this is one of the advantages of Yogyakarta as a tourist city, because has a beach atmosphere and mountains are not too far away. From Jogja city, you can reach Kaliurang area within 30 minutes by private vehicle and 45 minutes if using public transportation (by bus or colt car).

IMOGIRI GRAVE YARDS

Imogiri (also Imagiri) is a royal graveyard complex in Yogyakarta, in south-central Java, Indonesia, as well as a modern village located near the graveyard in Bantul Regency. Imogiri is a traditional resting place for the royalty of central Java, including many rulers of the Sultanate of Mataram and of the current houses of Surakarta and Yogyakarta Sultanate. The name Imagiri is derived from Sanskrit Himagiri, which means 'mountain of snow'. The latter is another name for Himalaya.

The Royal Graveyard that preceded was Kota Gede. The graveyard was constructed by Sultan Agung of Mataram in the later years of his reign, probably in the 1640s. Do try climb the stairs and count them!

BATIK MAKING

Batik is a pictorial fabric that is specially made by writing or putting the night on the cloth, then processed in a certain way that result beautiful pattern. Batik Indonesia, by UNESCO has been designated as Humanitarian Heritage for Oral and Nonbendawi Culture since October 2, 2009.

Batik is a craft that has high artistic value and has become part of the culture of Indonesia (especially Java). First, batik has a variety of shades and colors, and some patterns may only be used by certain circles. Batik making at first is a hereditary, so that the pattern can be used to indicate the status of a person. Even today, some traditional batik patterns are only used by the royal family of Yogyakarta and Surakarta.

MONUMENT OF TUGU

Tugu Yogyakarta is a monument that is often used as a symbol of Yogyakarta. This monument was built by the Dutch government after the previous monument collapsed due to the earthquake that occurred at that time. The previous monument named Tugu Golong-Gilig was built by Hamengkubuwana I, the founder of the Yogyakarta palace. Monument located at the intersection of Jalan Jenderal Sudirman and Margo Utomo Street, has symbolic value and is a magical line connecting the southern sea, Jogja kingdom and Mount Merapi. It is said that the Sultan of Yogyakarta, using this monument as a benchmark direction to the top of Mount Merapi, for meditation.

SANDRANAN BEACH

South Coast in Java is popular with the stunning scenery and big waves rolling in from the Indian Ocean and its ocean trenches from west to east; One such place is Sadranan Beach in the village of Pulegundes in Gunung Kidul regency, Yogyakarta.
Located around 60 kilometers from Yogyakarta, Sadranan Beach is one of the many beautiful beaches in Gunung Kidul. Its beauty is a result of its clear water, white sand and the surrounding green hills. The waves are small compared with other beaches nearby.

MERAPI HIKING

It takes almost two hours to go from Yogyakarta to Merapi. It’s a long drive and although you can do it by motorbike I would really recommend taking a car. There’s a good reason for this; most people climb Merapi in the evening. Normally around 10-11pm at night. They do it so that they can watch the sunrise from the peak of Merapi. An alternative to climbing during the day is to hike to the top of the Merapi in the evening. This is a good option to do if you want to camp at the top of Merapi. 9discover Your Indonesia by Firsta).

SIUNG BEACH

Siung Beach is rich in the huge coral reefs. There are 250 routes for climbing the cliff in the area and you can find the proper sites to enjoy the beach panorama. There is also siung wanara coral reef from which the name of the beach originates. The distance is around 70 kilometer from the center of Yogyakarta city or 2 hours drive. Since it is difficult to get public transportation to go the beach, it would be easier if you travel with your own vehicle. And you are going to go through challenging road with climbs, sharp bending and sometimes slopes under the hot sun limestone hills and vegetable fields. You will have to overcome all the hindrances until you get to the beach.

GLAGAH BEACH

Glagah beach is located about 40 km southwest of Yogyakarta exactly in Kulon Progo district. On all sides running Serang river which shaded green and overgrown with palm trees. This place is ideal for camping or just relaxing.

Glagah beach is about 1.5 kilometers from the coast Congot, Kulon Progo Regency, which both have been associated with a paved road. Sightseeing Glagah beach attraction is a big wave, a long coastline, cool air and clean water.

SLILI BEACH

Slili beach is located precisely in the Village Sidoharjo, District Tepus, Gunung Kidul, Yogyakarta. This Slili beach includes a small beach that separates between two great beaches namely Sadranan beach and Krakal Beach. This beach is white sand and there are corals that become the fish habitat that can be seen by the beach visitors. What is unique on this beach is there is a rock that can climb. From the top of this rock you can see the views of Sadranan Beach and Krakal Beach very clearly. Or look at the vast Indian Ocean.

WOHKUDU BEACH

Wohkudu beach is one of the many beaches in the southern sea cluster of Yogyakarta which is still not much touched by tourists. Its hidden location lies between the crush of two coral hills making Wohkudu Beach does not have a vast expanse of sand. Imogiri - Panggang line which is the closest route to reach Wohkudu Beach from Yogyakarta is also a lonely path because it is not the main line to reach Gunungkidul.

SALAK PONDOH

If you are in Yogyakarta and want to taste the freshness of salak pondoh directly from the tree, occasionally come to Agro Bangunkerto Tourism Village. Villagers who mostly live as salak farmers are located in Kampung Gadung, Bangunkerto Village, Turi District, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. When entering this area, you are immediately greeted in rows of bark trees and a typical country air coolness.
Established since 1989, Agro Bangunkerto Tourism Village was first organized by Dr. Soebroto Soedibyo.

WAROENG BELIK

You are visiting Jogja, do not miss to eat or just enjoy a cup of hot sweet coffee, while hanging out with friends or family, in "Waroeng Belik", located on Jalan Kaliurang km. 9.5, Tambakan, Sleman.
Located on the slopes of Merapi, in the form of joglo, open concept, and flowing shades of unpretentious and romantic shady typical of the countryside. With a natural landscape of green farmland soothing, as well as old interior and typical properties of the village. The menu presented here is a typical traditional menu that impressed "ndeso", home-cooked cuisine that is typical of Java

DRAGON FRUITS

Agro Kusumo Wanadri located on the coast of Glagah Indah Beach, Glagah District. From downtown Yogyakarta, this area can be reached by motorcycle or private car and can also use public transportation, about 40 kilometers distance. The route can be reached via Jl Wates - Purworejo via Wates City, 15 kilometers from Wates City to the South. Dragon fruit has the name of the King of the Fruit (Raja Buah-buahna) and also called wonderfully nutrious because it is rich in vitamins and minerals with 48% -75% energy content.

KAMPUNG NGASEM

Kampung batik Ngasem is located in the area in Keraton (ndalem beten). Kampung batik Ngasem is a batik industry center that has been famous since the era of 70s. The price of batik in Ngasem village is quite diverse. Cloth-shaped fabrics that have been cut range from 70 thousands to hundreds of thousands. While sold as needed ranges from Rp. 48 thousand per meter. The price of clothes also varies, some boutiques in Ngasem village even sell batik clothes with limited design alias is not produced in bulk quantity so high exclusivity level.

GELANG BATIK

Batik bracelet is a blend of bracelets and batik batik elements. By developing creativity in creating new products that are innovative then formed a batik bracelet. This batik craft is a craft that can be said to have a high artistic element of this batik bracelet is sonokeling wood.

WAYANG

In the south of downtown Yogyakarta, there is a leather puppet center, precisely in Gendeng, Bangunjiwo Village, Bantul District, Yogyakarta Special Region. It takes a long time to make a puppet. On average it takes one week to complete the making of one puppet. But the best wayang puppet is the one that uses buffalo skin.
Starting from Rp 10 thousand for the smallest souvenirs, to a large shadow puppet (usually a giant figure) whose price reaches Rp2, 5 million.