Yogyakarta Tourism & Travel Guide

7 Days
Mystic Bali & Yogyakarta

Kuta StreetKuta BeachArtist getting ready for Kadac DanceKadac dance at Uluvatu templePrambhanan ...

Shine P
Solo Tripping @Yogyakarta

It started with a business trip to Indonesia. But that is not always how I look at every single t...

Kanika
1 Day
60 Hours in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

I had this conversation with a friend a year ago about temples and how I enjoyed my trip in Cambo...

Justine
Enough with Bali. There are 18,000 other islands in Indonesia and they are equally gorgeous!

Yes. Bali is stunning. There's nowhere quite like it. The temples, the paddy fields, the beaches,...

Trisha Singh
My first trip overseas: why I loved and hated it (yep!)

If you're in your late twenties (oh lord!), with a Facebook feed that only serves to remind you o...

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Surabaya
Surabaya means – The courage to face the any danger or any difficulties. This spirit makes the city what it is today. Wi...
Malang
(One usually does not find a lot of information on Mount Semeru on the internet and one reason I chose to write this blo...
Surakarta
We flew into Solo the night before, and started the first day's activities first thing in the morning. The candis (templ...
Karimunjawa
Lots of wild beaches, small islands. If you were ever interested to live on an uninhabited island, then this is the rig...

About Yogyakarta

The train from Jakarta to Yogyakarta (pronounced Jog-jakarta) is a backpacker favourite: cheap, comfortable and a great way to see the Javanese countryside. In Yogyakarta, you will find a major chunk of Java's tourists. The city provides great access to the temples of Borobodur and Prambanan and has a pretty cool political history.Things to see in Yogyakarta: The Borobodur ruins, the ancient temples of Prambanan, the city life in Yogyakarta and the Kraton Palace complex.

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