See a different side of Yogyakarta, Indonesia’s cultural capital, on this fun night tour jam-packed with street food delights. Join your guide and no more than seven other travelers in the city center, then board a “becak” rickshaw to tour the sights. Savor the light, sweet flavors of Javanese cuisine; soak up the vibrant atmosphere of this university city; try traditional games; and enjoy fairground rides at Alun-Alun Kidul.
We begin our journey to discover Yogyakarta City with Sultan Palace complex displaying Javanese architecture and hundreds historical objects. Continue to Water Castle (Taman Sari), situated just 250 meters from Sultans Palace. We will stop by at Sonobudoyo Museum and Pasty Bird Market too. We bring you to Kota Gede to witness multicultural architecture with Batik and Silver making processes for the end of your journey.Highlights: • Visit the Javanese framework of Sultan Palace with Professional Guide • Drop by to nation’s decades of heritage at Sonobudoyo Museum • Witness skillful artisan in Batik & Silver making processes • There are more attraction spots included such as Water Castle & PASTY bird market
It's time to discovery the perfect historical culture! If you already knew the history of Yogyakarta through its historical places, why don’t you go to Solo City and find out more about the untold history? Solo has been known as the city that will give you a better understanding of the local’s life, culture, and history. You will have a chance to explore the royal palaces and sacred temples in Solo. Start from Mangkunegaran, Kasunanan, Ceto Temple, and Sukuh Temple, your adventure to reveal the untold history begins. Firstly, you will visiting Mangkunegaran Palace, after that let’s move to the highland area where the sacred temples nestled. The first temple is Sukuh Temple. This temple is quite popular with its distinctive reliefs and sculptures that depict sexual and early life before birth. The next is Ceto Temple. Unlike the previous temple, Ceto will make you feel like entering another realm.
Yogyakarta Honeymoon Package offers several advantages compared to other honeymoon packages: 1) Travel destinations suitable for newlyweds 2) Romantic lodgings 3) Flexible schedules 4) Attractive and helpful guides and drivers. We can guarantee your satisfaction.
Our guide will meet you at the hotel lobby or other meeting point in Yogyakarta and drive in private car to Solo Mangkunegaran Palace, built in 1757, the in the centre of Solo is still a royal residencevisit Ngarsopuro flea market, is the place to search for antiques including wayang puppets, old batik and ceramics, as well as clocks, vinyl records, coins and vintage cameras. Hunt for a bargain Radya Pustaka, museum occupies a grand old Javanese building. Dating back to 1890, it is the second-oldest museum in the whole of Indonesia and comprises a valuable collection of local and Dutch literature. Visit Danar Hadi Batik Museum, established by the owner of Danar Hadi batik company, houses an exquisite collection of antique batik. Note: Museum is closed on Mondays
Spending evening and night time in Yogyakarta is a best time. A lots of people hang out and find the things to do in the city. While walking, you can get more knowledge and Yogya night life. Starting at evening, this tour will give you an experince about Yogyakarta culture, history and life style. Guided by young energic local guide, explore local people activity at night and experience like a true blood Javanese. Find yourself local Javanese coffee which serve in unique style. Moreover, famous Javanese noddle will become your delight dinner. Don’t forget to try Javanese sanck and ginger drink to make you full until finidh the tour. Riding the pedal lights car will be so much fun to close the Yogya Delight Walking Tour.
This excursuin is one of the good experience where you will join the batik class and the product you made is your own souvenir to bring home. you are instructed by the proffesional who teach you all steps till be your hand make product. it,s a great culture connection.
Go back in time and feel the mystical adventure on a Solo City tour! Solo or Surakarta is also seen as the cultural city of Java. So, while you are staying in Jogja, it’s worth to have a short visit to its neighboring city with similar ancient vibes. A tour around Solo is no less exciting than your Yogyakarta City tour. This package has included transfer service to your hotel in Yogyakarta. So, hop into your comfy car and get ready for your exploration to catch the antique vibe of Surakarta Hadiningrat. This vintage tour takes you around Solo to witness the classic looks of this cultural city. While you are enjoying this tour, don’t forget to bring along your fully-charged camera to capture the moments and snap lots of dope photos of the antiques. Not only visiting Radya Pustaka Museum, Mangkunegaran Palace, Kasunanan Palace, and Triwindu Antique Market in Surakarta. But also, to get the fullest experience, have a visit to the neighboring area of Karanganyar Regency.
The tour starts when our local tour guide pick you up at your Yogyakarta accommodation in the early evening. First, you will be taken for a walk around the ancient Kotagede area. Take a short visit to the oldest traditional market in Jogja named Kotagede Market. Approximately a hundred meters from Kotagede Market, you will find a cemetery complex protected with tall walls. Those are the cemetery complex of Mataram Kings and Mataram old Mosque. Also, Kotagede area is very popular for its silverworks. Stop in observe how silversmiths make the silver jewelry. Continue to start your Yogyakarta food tour! Move to the most popular chain of warung namely Gudeg Yu Djum. Continue to try local delicacies of Bakmi Jawa (Javanese noodles) at Bakmi Pak Pele. After that continue to walking to Beringharjo market where you will try some local snack. Then you will enjoy the delights of pempek (Indonesian fish cake). Before the tour ends, you will also enjoy the warmth of charcoal coffee.