“Jogja The Never ending Asia“
Yogyakarta is the cradle of civilization on Java, together with its twin city Surakarta. It is one of Indonesia's significant cultural hubs. The great temples of Borobudur and Prambanan in the 8th and 9th centuries, as well as the new strong Mataram monarchy in the 16th and 17th centuries, were all built in this city. In this picturesque city, visitors may witness all five marvels. Starting with exploring stunning beaches and picturesque landscapes, you may indulge in natural treasures.
Gudeg , particular cuisine of traditional Javanese recipe is an emblem of this city. Bakpia is a classic snack in Yogyakarta and Jamu is a natural herb mix beverage based on historic tradition that is used for natural cures. Yogyakarta is known for its unique batik design, which is often constructed with a brilliant white base.
Yogyakarta can be explored in a variety of ways. Though it might get hot in the heat of the day, walking is a fantastic way to take in the sights and meet the people. A Becak, a classic three-wheeled pedal-powered cart and traditional horse-drawn carts known as Andong are also available for visitors to test. Other than these unique modes of transportation, visitors can always rent a motorbike or grab a taxi anytime and go anywhere they want.