Yogyakarta Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Join us in the bustling flow of Yogyakarta, a city that keeps alive a sense of spirit and rhythm from the serenity of its temples to the energy of its streets.

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The Indonesian city of #Yogyakarta rests in central Java, between the cool breezes of the Indian Ocean and the steamy breath of volcanoes.

#Vacation here and join the kings, sultans, artists and the devout that have called Yogyakarta home since the 8th-century. Venture through this gentle epicenter of Javanese classical culture and education. Just 10 miles to the north east of the city, venture back to the eighth and ninth centuries, to a time when Buddhism and Hinduism vied for the kingdom’s hearts and minds. Or choose to #visit Prambanan, the heart of a Hindu temple network that stretches for miles, and Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist temple.

#Explore the rural back roads and meet the villagers who live calmly and creatively within the shadow of Mount Merapi, one of the most active volcanoes in Indonesia. Despite the tremors of our unsteady, ever-changing world, Yogyakarta is a place that steadies the spirit, and inspires the soul.

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0:00 Yogyakarta
0:50 – Jalan Malioboro
1:12 – The Kraton
1:49 – Taman Sari
3:06 – Kampong Cyber
3:25 – Affandi Museum
3:48 – Fort Vredeburg
4:11 – Prambanan
4:58 – Ratu Boko
5:22 – Borobudur
6:10 – Mount Merapi


23 thoughts on “Yogyakarta Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

  1. BeauReid says:

    My spleen and my principalian dances in the Manitoba of Yogyakarta. Ring, Doug, Karry and Arthur and dog walk tingle walk into the spines of ppl in Yogyakarta and dance with trunkum

  2. Fajar Wid says:

    Yogyakarta is my village, my town, my home. I was born in Yogyakarta. Wellcome to Yogyakarta, selamat datang, sugeng rawuh.Thanks for your visite, terimakasih, maturnuwun

  3. Aris says:

    feel free to contact me if someday you need a private guide for holiday when travel to Bali/Jakarta/Lombok/Yogyakarta – Indonesia 🇮🇩

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