Yogyakarta (pronounced 'Jogjakata' or often simply 'Jogja') is often referred to as the main gateway of Central Java and is a popular destination among visitors to Indonesia. The city is renowned as being the centre of Javanese fine arts and culture such as the Wayang Kulit shadow puppetry, as well as for music, ballet, drama, poetry, and batik.
Home to many fascinating attractions and two UNESCO Heritage Sites, Yogyakarta is more than just a cultural and religious site. Its city centre, the Kraton or Sri Sultan’s Palace, is relatively lively while the Malioboro, the centre of economic activity, is a paradise for shoppers and travelers.
Yogyakarta, among Indonesia's major travel destinations, boasts luxurious hotels and some world-famous names such as Read More»
Java’s long history has resulted in countless heritage buildings and museums and Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono’s Palace is a Read More»
Yogyakarta cuisine is known for its sweetness. Today, as more people move to Yogyakarta, the city is filled with a Read More»
Yogyakarta's nightlife offers as much entertainment as it does during the day. Be it bars, pubs, lounges, or nightclubs Read More»
Yogyakarta is known as the best place to shop for Indonesian items. Shoppers will also find Bali or Asmat souvenirs Read More»
There are numerous things to do in Yogyakarta, but experiencing a Javanese dry massage should be high on anyone’s Read More»
Yogyakarta is quite small, so getting around the city is easy and inexpensive. Thanks to its sophisticated and expansive Read More»
Our interactive map (and satellite views) displays all available hotels, facilities, attractions, landmarks and items of Read More»
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