There lies a secret ancient city that is hidden in the Southeast direction of Jakarta, The Capital city of Indonesia. The city itself is like a massive museum with the Borobudur temple, the Prambanan Hindu temple, and small and large artifacts of all kinds.

A city located in the southeastern area of Java Island. Southeast to Jakarta, southwest to Surabaya.
A typical tropical climate, year-long average is about 32~33°C. Seasons are divided into dry (April~
November) and wet (December~March).
Yogyakarta INDONESIA
Borobudur Temple
It stands as biggest ancient ruins in Indonesia. It is considered to be the biggest temple in the southeast region, along with the Angkor Wat of Cambodia. It disappeared in a volcanic explosion but mysteriously was found in 1814. The highlight of the tour is the carved artwork in relief on the stylobate. Everyone will be deeply moved by the lifelike expressions of the carving.

AddressBorobudu, Yogjakarta

Karaton Ngayogyakarta Handiningrat
A Sultan Royal Palace in the old section of a city. Built in 1755, Sultans have been living at the palace ever since. It is divided into 7 major areas. The Interior houses a banquet hall, a law court, and a museum which showcases the life of previous Sultans. Guides, dressed in ancient Islamic costumes, greet their visitors and happily pose for photos.

Rejowinangun Tourism Village
Rejowinangun Tourism Village offers agro-educational tours, crafts, culinary, history, cultural arts, and souvenirs. This tourism village consists of 5 clusters, consist of culture, crafts, culinary herbs, and agriculture. Rejowinangun Tourism Village also offers historical tours featuring Leleman Fort, Nogobondo, and Manuk Berry Site.

Teras Malioboro
The Teras Malioboro has become the location for shopping any kind of unique craft from Jogja and surroundings. Various types of souvenirs, handicrafts from natural materials, batik, typical Jogja t-shirts, to culinary delights are now beautifully arranged.

Beringharjo Traditional Market
Beringharjo Market has become an icon of shopping tourism in Yogyakarta. Not only food, visitors can also get typical souvenirs of Jogja which is identical to the art of batik. Beringharjo Market is also known as the icon of the single pillar of Catur Tunggal, namely the palace, the square, the palace and the market itself which is the center of economic activity.

Galleria Mall
If the concept of mall is about modernity, Galleria Mall is close to a local marketplace. The central location in Yogyakarta and its easy accessibility is the main attraction points. The combination of modern and old shops, plus ancient stores create a unique setting. When taking your time and slowly looking around, you can find high quality products. You can also witness the everyday life of the locals.

AddressJl. Jendral Sudirman, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta

Ramayana Ballet Purawisata-Jogia
Ramayana Ballet performed at Purawisata Yogyakarta, Indonesia is a perfect place to watch Ramayana Ballet. Only 4 minutes from Malioboro Street, it has been staged regularly every night since 1976 and it has received an award from Indonesian Record Museum (MURI). It also has been performed at Open Air Stage (only will moved to Indoor if it rains).

Yogowes Monalisa
Yogowes Monalisa is an alternative Yogyakarta City tourism, where tourists can enjoy the beauty and harmony of Yogyakarta City through five cycling routes.
The routes provide are Romance of Old Town, Tilik Jeron Beteng, Explore Kampung Susur Sungai, Explore Harmonious Enchantment of Kampung and Taman Pintar Cultural Park.

Yogyakarta, which is famous for its culinary, always brings tourists to come back. Besides the famous traditional food “gudeg”, there are other delicious culinary delights such as bakpia. Also must try culinaries named wedang ronde, wedang bajigur, bakmi jawa, tengkleng, brongkos, sate klathak, gado-gado, oseng-oseng mercon, jadah tempe, mie lethek, nasi kucing , mangut lele and many more.