Edlyn Edryl’s guidebook

Edlyn Edryl
Edlyn Edryl
Edlyn Edryl’s guidebook

Sightseeing

A Timeless Love Story in a Temple Basking in Glory. Prambanan Temple was built in the ninth century. Soaring 47 meters into the sky with all of its alluring ornaments, the beauty of this Hindu temple is beyond compare. It is located 11 km to the west of the center of Jogja and can easily be visited by bus. Get Around Visitors to Prambanan wander around the temples on foot. This is the best way to enjoy the lush landscape and take in the detailed architecture and design of the temples up close. This temple compound covers 39.8 hectares. In the main yard, there are the three main temples, as well as three Wahana temples, two Apit temples, and eight Patok temples surrounded by fences. In the second yard, there are another 224 Perwara temples. Wandering around here and examining the intricate stonework will be enough to keep you busy all day! Compared to the temples in Angkor Wat, the temples of Prambanan are much easier to navigate and more tourist-friendly. The area surrounding Prambanan is developed, with a landscaped park and stores selling tourist souvenirs. While it’s not a temple set in a remote rustic setting, the splendor of the temple will make you quickly forget your surroundings. You will be transported back to an ancient time where ritual and culture dominated every part of life. Get There From Yogyakarta City, you can rent a car or motor cycle to go to Klaten. From there, you can walk to the temple. If have been busy and are really tired of walking, you can always call for a becak (Pedicab). With the cost of about Rp 10,000 the Becak driver will bring you right up to the entrance gate of the Temple, not far from the ticket box.
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Prambanan Temple
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A Timeless Love Story in a Temple Basking in Glory. Prambanan Temple was built in the ninth century. Soaring 47 meters into the sky with all of its alluring ornaments, the beauty of this Hindu temple is beyond compare. It is located 11 km to the west of the center of Jogja and can easily be visited by bus. Get Around Visitors to Prambanan wander around the temples on foot. This is the best way to enjoy the lush landscape and take in the detailed architecture and design of the temples up close. This temple compound covers 39.8 hectares. In the main yard, there are the three main temples, as well as three Wahana temples, two Apit temples, and eight Patok temples surrounded by fences. In the second yard, there are another 224 Perwara temples. Wandering around here and examining the intricate stonework will be enough to keep you busy all day! Compared to the temples in Angkor Wat, the temples of Prambanan are much easier to navigate and more tourist-friendly. The area surrounding Prambanan is developed, with a landscaped park and stores selling tourist souvenirs. While it’s not a temple set in a remote rustic setting, the splendor of the temple will make you quickly forget your surroundings. You will be transported back to an ancient time where ritual and culture dominated every part of life. Get There From Yogyakarta City, you can rent a car or motor cycle to go to Klaten. From there, you can walk to the temple. If have been busy and are really tired of walking, you can always call for a becak (Pedicab). With the cost of about Rp 10,000 the Becak driver will bring you right up to the entrance gate of the Temple, not far from the ticket box.
The Magnificent Borobudur Located on the island of Java, the Borobudur temple is the world’s biggest Buddhist monument, an ancient site widely considered to be one of the world’s seven wonders. The temple sits majestically on a hilltop overlooking lush green fields and distant hills. Built in the 9th century during the reign of the Syailendra dynasty, the temple’s design in Gupta architecture reflects India's influence on the region, yet there are enough indigenous scenes and elements incorporated to make Borobudur uniquely Indonesian. Get Around The best way to explore this site is on foot. As you climb to the top of this magnificent temple you will marvel at the intricate detailed stone carvings displayed on the temples walls. You will certainly miss a great experience if you visit this enormous temple without learning about its history and importance which are captured on its many reliefs. Get There Borobudur is only one hour’s drive from Yogyakarta. The easiest way to get there is by joining a tour or renting a car. During your journey to Borobudur, enjoy the fresh cool air of Magelang city with its roads lined with big shady trees. Borobudur itself stands tall against the spectacular backdrop of the Menoreh mountain range that surrounds it. Entering the temple compound is easy and most visitors choose to wander around on foot. Alternatively, you can chart a cart (pulled by a horse) at a reasonable price.
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Borobudur
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The Magnificent Borobudur Located on the island of Java, the Borobudur temple is the world’s biggest Buddhist monument, an ancient site widely considered to be one of the world’s seven wonders. The temple sits majestically on a hilltop overlooking lush green fields and distant hills. Built in the 9th century during the reign of the Syailendra dynasty, the temple’s design in Gupta architecture reflects India's influence on the region, yet there are enough indigenous scenes and elements incorporated to make Borobudur uniquely Indonesian. Get Around The best way to explore this site is on foot. As you climb to the top of this magnificent temple you will marvel at the intricate detailed stone carvings displayed on the temples walls. You will certainly miss a great experience if you visit this enormous temple without learning about its history and importance which are captured on its many reliefs. Get There Borobudur is only one hour’s drive from Yogyakarta. The easiest way to get there is by joining a tour or renting a car. During your journey to Borobudur, enjoy the fresh cool air of Magelang city with its roads lined with big shady trees. Borobudur itself stands tall against the spectacular backdrop of the Menoreh mountain range that surrounds it. Entering the temple compound is easy and most visitors choose to wander around on foot. Alternatively, you can chart a cart (pulled by a horse) at a reasonable price.

The City

The True Heart of Jogja's Downtown Malioboro is the most famous street in Yogyakarta. Located in the heart of the city, this is the main street and was once the ceremonial avenue for the Sultan to pass through on his way to and from the Keraton. Some say that the name Malioboro derives from the name of the British governor Marlborough from the era when Britain ruled the archipelago, between 1811-1816. Malioboro is packed with shops selling curiosities, and street vendors offering souvenirs at affordable prices, so you’re bound to find something of interest in this street. If you’re after some batik to take home as a souvenir, then Malioboro is the right place for you. Batik can also be made into bags, table cloths, bed sheets, pillow covers, curtains, and a whole lot more. Across the road is the Vredenburg fort, which used to be the barracks of Dutch soldiers and is now a center for arts and painting exhibitions. On the same side of the road is Beringharjo market, Yogyakarta’s crowded main market. At night, the street comes alive with merchants opening up tents serving all kinds of local cuisine. You need to sit down cross-legged in the tents, which the locals refer to as "lesehan". Enjoy your meal while taking in Malioboro's vibrant nightlife. It's an experience you shall not forget. Get Around The best way to take in the sights of Malioboro is on foot. Stalls and stores line up the streets. You won't need a car when the next stall to browse is right next door. There are so many wares to choose from here, that you just might need to return the next day to finish all your shopping. Get There Malioboro is within walking distance from Stasiun Tugu (Tugu Railway Station). You can get here on foot or ride a becak (pedicab) or the ubiquitous four-wheeled horse-drawn carts called “andong”.
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Malioboro Yogyakarta
No.61-65 Jalan Malioboro
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The True Heart of Jogja's Downtown Malioboro is the most famous street in Yogyakarta. Located in the heart of the city, this is the main street and was once the ceremonial avenue for the Sultan to pass through on his way to and from the Keraton. Some say that the name Malioboro derives from the name of the British governor Marlborough from the era when Britain ruled the archipelago, between 1811-1816. Malioboro is packed with shops selling curiosities, and street vendors offering souvenirs at affordable prices, so you’re bound to find something of interest in this street. If you’re after some batik to take home as a souvenir, then Malioboro is the right place for you. Batik can also be made into bags, table cloths, bed sheets, pillow covers, curtains, and a whole lot more. Across the road is the Vredenburg fort, which used to be the barracks of Dutch soldiers and is now a center for arts and painting exhibitions. On the same side of the road is Beringharjo market, Yogyakarta’s crowded main market. At night, the street comes alive with merchants opening up tents serving all kinds of local cuisine. You need to sit down cross-legged in the tents, which the locals refer to as "lesehan". Enjoy your meal while taking in Malioboro's vibrant nightlife. It's an experience you shall not forget. Get Around The best way to take in the sights of Malioboro is on foot. Stalls and stores line up the streets. You won't need a car when the next stall to browse is right next door. There are so many wares to choose from here, that you just might need to return the next day to finish all your shopping. Get There Malioboro is within walking distance from Stasiun Tugu (Tugu Railway Station). You can get here on foot or ride a becak (pedicab) or the ubiquitous four-wheeled horse-drawn carts called “andong”.

Historical Places

The Kraton, Reflection of Javanese Cosmos The Kraton (also spelled keraton or karaton) or the Palace of Yogyakarta, is a grand complex that was meticulously planned to reflect the Javanese cosmos. This elegant complex of pavilions was constructed based on ancient beliefs, of the connection between the God, human and the natural realms. Each feature holds a special symbolic meaning related to the Javanese worldview, who consider the importance of Mount Merapi and The Indian Ocean. The Kraton was built in the center, facing directly north towards the majestic Mount Merapi. Its south side was built facing the Indian Ocean, believed to be the abode of Kanjeng Ratu Loro Kidul, the Queen of the South Seas and the mystical consort of the Sultan. This splendid example of traditional Javanese architecture has no equal. The basic and original layout of the main building of The Kraton began its construction during the reign of Sultan Hamengku Buwono I, in 1755 - 1756. Get Around Visitors can explore the palace’s interiors on foot. The palace is open to visitors from 08.30 am to 12.30 pm except on Fridays and Saturdays which it closes at 11.00 am. It is closed in the afternoons. Note that there are also special rules made to be respected when you visit The Kraton, so please make sure you follow them for a memorable experience in Yogyakarta. After visiting The Kraton area, you can also stroll around the nearby attractions, such as Malioboro Street and Beringharjo Market. Taman Sari complex is also related to the royal history, and it consists of a beautiful water castle and a unique underground mosque named Sumur Gumuling. Address: Jl. Rotowijayan Blok No. 1, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Get There Located about 12 km from our stay, The Kraton can be accessed by cars, taxi, bus and local transports like becak and andong. Becak and Andong - a horse-drawn cart - ride are the fun way to explore The Kraton area while experiencing a glimpse of Yogyakarta’s city vibe with its warm-hearted locals.
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The Palace of Yogyakarta
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The Kraton, Reflection of Javanese Cosmos The Kraton (also spelled keraton or karaton) or the Palace of Yogyakarta, is a grand complex that was meticulously planned to reflect the Javanese cosmos. This elegant complex of pavilions was constructed based on ancient beliefs, of the connection between the God, human and the natural realms. Each feature holds a special symbolic meaning related to the Javanese worldview, who consider the importance of Mount Merapi and The Indian Ocean. The Kraton was built in the center, facing directly north towards the majestic Mount Merapi. Its south side was built facing the Indian Ocean, believed to be the abode of Kanjeng Ratu Loro Kidul, the Queen of the South Seas and the mystical consort of the Sultan. This splendid example of traditional Javanese architecture has no equal. The basic and original layout of the main building of The Kraton began its construction during the reign of Sultan Hamengku Buwono I, in 1755 - 1756. Get Around Visitors can explore the palace’s interiors on foot. The palace is open to visitors from 08.30 am to 12.30 pm except on Fridays and Saturdays which it closes at 11.00 am. It is closed in the afternoons. Note that there are also special rules made to be respected when you visit The Kraton, so please make sure you follow them for a memorable experience in Yogyakarta. After visiting The Kraton area, you can also stroll around the nearby attractions, such as Malioboro Street and Beringharjo Market. Taman Sari complex is also related to the royal history, and it consists of a beautiful water castle and a unique underground mosque named Sumur Gumuling. Address: Jl. Rotowijayan Blok No. 1, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Get There Located about 12 km from our stay, The Kraton can be accessed by cars, taxi, bus and local transports like becak and andong. Becak and Andong - a horse-drawn cart - ride are the fun way to explore The Kraton area while experiencing a glimpse of Yogyakarta’s city vibe with its warm-hearted locals.
Tamansari Water Castle: A Place for Princesses to Bathe and be ‘Hunted’ by the Sultan Located near the Kraton, this place was also known as the garden for the Sultan of Yogyakarta. Tamansari was originally built for multiple purposes yet now only several buildings remain. Some of its original functions were a place to rest, to meditate, to work, to hide and to defend the Sultan’s family. In this present day, some of its buildings have now become homes for local residents and only the mosque, resting and bathing space, and underground tunnels are accessible by tourists. With its combination of eastern and western style building, this unique escape of the royal family has its own appeal and story. The most famous place in Tamansari is the bathing and resting place of the Sultan and his Princesses named Umbul Pasiraman. Most tourists find this place interesting as there is a unique story behind its origins. Get There Tamansari is only a few blocks from Kraton and can be reached by walking about 15 minutes from there. People can also use becak to go to this place. For those who use vehicle, you can go to Jl. Taman Sari through the Pasar Ngasem area and enter the East Gate as it has bigger parking lot. Get Around Tamansari is located near Pasar Ngasem where people could buy various local foods. A lot of stores and stalls also sell souvenirs along the road.
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Taman Sari
42 Jl. Taman Sari
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Tamansari Water Castle: A Place for Princesses to Bathe and be ‘Hunted’ by the Sultan Located near the Kraton, this place was also known as the garden for the Sultan of Yogyakarta. Tamansari was originally built for multiple purposes yet now only several buildings remain. Some of its original functions were a place to rest, to meditate, to work, to hide and to defend the Sultan’s family. In this present day, some of its buildings have now become homes for local residents and only the mosque, resting and bathing space, and underground tunnels are accessible by tourists. With its combination of eastern and western style building, this unique escape of the royal family has its own appeal and story. The most famous place in Tamansari is the bathing and resting place of the Sultan and his Princesses named Umbul Pasiraman. Most tourists find this place interesting as there is a unique story behind its origins. Get There Tamansari is only a few blocks from Kraton and can be reached by walking about 15 minutes from there. People can also use becak to go to this place. For those who use vehicle, you can go to Jl. Taman Sari through the Pasar Ngasem area and enter the East Gate as it has bigger parking lot. Get Around Tamansari is located near Pasar Ngasem where people could buy various local foods. A lot of stores and stalls also sell souvenirs along the road.

Natural Landmark

a Mystical and Enchanting Beach Parangtritis is located around 28 km (17 miles) from Yogyakarta this is the ideal distance to come for a day trip to take a break out of the city and soak up the roar of the waves and the astounding atmosphere. Here you’ll see some incredibly green lush hills set against the backdrop of a raging ocean. What makes Parangtritis particularly special is that it is not only an enchanting holiday spot, it’s also a sacred place. According to legend, when you come here you are entering the domain of Kanjeng Ratu Kidul, Queen of the Southern Ocean who is not known for being welcoming to newcomers. For this reason, the Javanese will not wear green, especially yellow-green around here as it’s believed that this attracts the Queen. In this beach, you can take in the sights of the collapsing walls of surf and breathe in the fresh ocean air as you wander down the beach. Rest at one of the makeshift shelters which line the beach where, for a small charge, you can sit and enjoy some shade. Nearby Parangtritis are the hot springs, Parangwedang where, for a small fee, you can take a 15 minute deep and enjoy the health benefits and rejuvenation that comes from bathing in these waters. Get Around Walking along the shoreline is the best way to marvel at the landscape here. Get There The easiest way to get to Parangtritis beach is to drive from Yogyakarta. It can be reached in two ways, through Kretek village or through a more rugged road that runs through Imogiri and Siluk village.
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Parangtritis Beach
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a Mystical and Enchanting Beach Parangtritis is located around 28 km (17 miles) from Yogyakarta this is the ideal distance to come for a day trip to take a break out of the city and soak up the roar of the waves and the astounding atmosphere. Here you’ll see some incredibly green lush hills set against the backdrop of a raging ocean. What makes Parangtritis particularly special is that it is not only an enchanting holiday spot, it’s also a sacred place. According to legend, when you come here you are entering the domain of Kanjeng Ratu Kidul, Queen of the Southern Ocean who is not known for being welcoming to newcomers. For this reason, the Javanese will not wear green, especially yellow-green around here as it’s believed that this attracts the Queen. In this beach, you can take in the sights of the collapsing walls of surf and breathe in the fresh ocean air as you wander down the beach. Rest at one of the makeshift shelters which line the beach where, for a small charge, you can sit and enjoy some shade. Nearby Parangtritis are the hot springs, Parangwedang where, for a small fee, you can take a 15 minute deep and enjoy the health benefits and rejuvenation that comes from bathing in these waters. Get Around Walking along the shoreline is the best way to marvel at the landscape here. Get There The easiest way to get to Parangtritis beach is to drive from Yogyakarta. It can be reached in two ways, through Kretek village or through a more rugged road that runs through Imogiri and Siluk village.
The Majestic Mt Merapi Located near Yogyakarta City, is one of the most active volcanoes on earth. It is one of some 500 volcanoes in Indonesia, from which at least 129 are active in the volcanic arc spread along the Asia-Pacific islands called the Ring of Fire. If you are very adventurous and are dying to know how a volcano erupts and see for yourself its dire aftermath, take the Lava Tour up Mt. Merapi and follow in the lava's deadly path. You will find many Jeep communities at Kaliadem who can offer you an off-road adventure of the devastated area covered by ash and lava in the last eruption. The tour will always be led by professional drivers who double as guides. The rushing feeling of adrenaline will keep in as your Jeep zig-zags over the trail. The tour usually includes visits to important landmarks such as the Mini Museum "Sisa Hartaku" (translated meaning: My Remaining Treasure Museum) that serves to inform about the impact made on the people living in the area during Merapi's the latest eruption in 2010. There is also an underground bunker that was the last refuge for 2 volunteers, but who sadly died by the extreme heat of the lava. There's also the Alien Stone, a unique rock that resembles a human face. Be sure to pack a sweater against the cool mountain air. You can also take the tour by riding your own off-road motorcycle if you're skilled enough to ride over challenging rough terrain.
Lava Tour Merapi Jeep
The Majestic Mt Merapi Located near Yogyakarta City, is one of the most active volcanoes on earth. It is one of some 500 volcanoes in Indonesia, from which at least 129 are active in the volcanic arc spread along the Asia-Pacific islands called the Ring of Fire. If you are very adventurous and are dying to know how a volcano erupts and see for yourself its dire aftermath, take the Lava Tour up Mt. Merapi and follow in the lava's deadly path. You will find many Jeep communities at Kaliadem who can offer you an off-road adventure of the devastated area covered by ash and lava in the last eruption. The tour will always be led by professional drivers who double as guides. The rushing feeling of adrenaline will keep in as your Jeep zig-zags over the trail. The tour usually includes visits to important landmarks such as the Mini Museum "Sisa Hartaku" (translated meaning: My Remaining Treasure Museum) that serves to inform about the impact made on the people living in the area during Merapi's the latest eruption in 2010. There is also an underground bunker that was the last refuge for 2 volunteers, but who sadly died by the extreme heat of the lava. There's also the Alien Stone, a unique rock that resembles a human face. Be sure to pack a sweater against the cool mountain air. You can also take the tour by riding your own off-road motorcycle if you're skilled enough to ride over challenging rough terrain.

Food scene

Yogyakarta’s signature cuisine As Nasi Lemak is to Malaysia, the legendary dish that reigns supreme in Yogyakarta is definitely the famous Gudeg. Jackfruit is the star of this dish – it is stewed for hours with other spices like garlic and coriander, served on a banana leaf or plate most of the time. Tempeh and delicious coconut-flavoured chicken are also part of this devoting meal! At Gudeg Pawon, you get to eat at a local’s house. Be there early (by 10pm) or you risk to be the last one in the queue and possibly miss on a few items. There was no more chicken when we reached (and it was no later than 10:30pm!), and everything was nearly sold out by 11pm. You’ ll line up from the road but a few steps later you will be right inside the kitchen! It is burning hot in there but the flavourful smell of the broth boiling and rice cooking will keep you going! Here, Gudeg is made the traditional way – no electric stove or modern technologies but simply wood and charcoal, and these happen to give a special taste and touch to the whole experience.
Rumah Makan Gudeg Pawon
Yogyakarta’s signature cuisine As Nasi Lemak is to Malaysia, the legendary dish that reigns supreme in Yogyakarta is definitely the famous Gudeg. Jackfruit is the star of this dish – it is stewed for hours with other spices like garlic and coriander, served on a banana leaf or plate most of the time. Tempeh and delicious coconut-flavoured chicken are also part of this devoting meal! At Gudeg Pawon, you get to eat at a local’s house. Be there early (by 10pm) or you risk to be the last one in the queue and possibly miss on a few items. There was no more chicken when we reached (and it was no later than 10:30pm!), and everything was nearly sold out by 11pm. You’ ll line up from the road but a few steps later you will be right inside the kitchen! It is burning hot in there but the flavourful smell of the broth boiling and rice cooking will keep you going! Here, Gudeg is made the traditional way – no electric stove or modern technologies but simply wood and charcoal, and these happen to give a special taste and touch to the whole experience.
Most Famous Gudeg
Gudeg Yu Djum Pusat
km. 4,5 Kaliurang Street
Most Famous Gudeg
A very delicious buffet gone the local way You must have heard all about the popular Indonesian buffet concept – all-you-can-eat, and just inform the cashier what you took to get the final price. And guess what, this must be one of the very best local buffets we had in Yogyakarta. This isn’t your fancy coffee shop – be prepared to eat at a Joglo, converted into a dining place. It’s packed full of locals and of course the best seats are right outside by the rice paddy fields. The local eatery is spacious, but we could barely find space to walk – it was full house when we were there on a weekday morning! (Be prepared for long queues and you’ll need to wait for seats on weekends and public holidays!)
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Warung Kopi Klotok
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A very delicious buffet gone the local way You must have heard all about the popular Indonesian buffet concept – all-you-can-eat, and just inform the cashier what you took to get the final price. And guess what, this must be one of the very best local buffets we had in Yogyakarta. This isn’t your fancy coffee shop – be prepared to eat at a Joglo, converted into a dining place. It’s packed full of locals and of course the best seats are right outside by the rice paddy fields. The local eatery is spacious, but we could barely find space to walk – it was full house when we were there on a weekday morning! (Be prepared for long queues and you’ll need to wait for seats on weekends and public holidays!)
Ingkung Kuali is famous among locals for its free range chicken, and you can actually taste the freshness of the poultry! This surprising local eatery is located in Pajangan – commonly known as the culinary centre of Yogyakarta, so you know you can have high expectations on the taste! Be sure to make it right on time as they don’t open beyond 5pm (really, we dropped by at 4.30pm and they said they were already closed), so best is to simply go at lunch time! While you can choose to do it like the locals by sitting on the floor in lesehan style, you can also opt for the huts with long comfortable benches!
Ingkung Kuali
Ingkung Kuali is famous among locals for its free range chicken, and you can actually taste the freshness of the poultry! This surprising local eatery is located in Pajangan – commonly known as the culinary centre of Yogyakarta, so you know you can have high expectations on the taste! Be sure to make it right on time as they don’t open beyond 5pm (really, we dropped by at 4.30pm and they said they were already closed), so best is to simply go at lunch time! While you can choose to do it like the locals by sitting on the floor in lesehan style, you can also opt for the huts with long comfortable benches!
While it might be easy to spot any good restaurant in Yogyakarta, some places do it better than the others. Besides amazing food dishes, this local eatery lets you immerse in authentic Indonesian ambience with views over rice paddy fields while you sit on floor mats like the locals. Now you can say you’ve been to Yogyakarta! We know it takes a venturesome spirit to try some of the authentic recipes served by locals on the roadside so this is a more comfortable option to consider if you are looking for a mouthwatering local dish!
Soto Bathok Mbah Katro
While it might be easy to spot any good restaurant in Yogyakarta, some places do it better than the others. Besides amazing food dishes, this local eatery lets you immerse in authentic Indonesian ambience with views over rice paddy fields while you sit on floor mats like the locals. Now you can say you’ve been to Yogyakarta! We know it takes a venturesome spirit to try some of the authentic recipes served by locals on the roadside so this is a more comfortable option to consider if you are looking for a mouthwatering local dish!
Your quack gone spicy We’ve got chicken, beef, mutton, but you can also indulge in a delicious duck speciality while in Jogja. Although the stall opens at 4pm and officially closes at 9pm, the delicacy tends to be sold out within 3 to 4 hours! Once there, you get to choose your spiciness level, and your duck will be cooked on a traditional stove with soy sauce, chilli and other herbs; the meat itself is soaked in a generous amount of spices and sauce, and brought to you once tender and infused with flavour!
Entok Slenget Kang Tanir
Your quack gone spicy We’ve got chicken, beef, mutton, but you can also indulge in a delicious duck speciality while in Jogja. Although the stall opens at 4pm and officially closes at 9pm, the delicacy tends to be sold out within 3 to 4 hours! Once there, you get to choose your spiciness level, and your duck will be cooked on a traditional stove with soy sauce, chilli and other herbs; the meat itself is soaked in a generous amount of spices and sauce, and brought to you once tender and infused with flavour!
Meet Italy Traditional Authentic and Tasteful Pizza and Pasta in Jogja Nanamia Pizzeria, which has been established since 2007, has a food mix that buys fresh ingredients without MSG. Processing using traditional cooking techniques. Like pizza baked in a wood-burning stove. This restaurant looks spacious with indoor and outdoor dining areas. Nanamia Pizzeria uses classic-looking wooden furniture. Combined with Mediterranean interior design touches. While the outside dining area looks beautiful.
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Nanamia Pizzeria Mozes (North Area)
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Meet Italy Traditional Authentic and Tasteful Pizza and Pasta in Jogja Nanamia Pizzeria, which has been established since 2007, has a food mix that buys fresh ingredients without MSG. Processing using traditional cooking techniques. Like pizza baked in a wood-burning stove. This restaurant looks spacious with indoor and outdoor dining areas. Nanamia Pizzeria uses classic-looking wooden furniture. Combined with Mediterranean interior design touches. While the outside dining area looks beautiful.

Street Culinary

Tofu in ginger soup that is sold out in 1.5 hours! Another drink that resembles a dessert – it is served hot and made of soft creamy tofu in ginger water and syrup – very similar to Wedang Ronde, but there are no glutinous rice balls. Sweet, but the mix of texture is enjoyed by everyone! The drink is usually enjoyed as a body warmer during the rainy season and is enjoyed early morning or at night; get there as early as possible as the stall is only open till sold out (usually within 1.5 hours!)
Wedang Tahu Bu Kardi
75 Jl. Kranggan
Tofu in ginger soup that is sold out in 1.5 hours! Another drink that resembles a dessert – it is served hot and made of soft creamy tofu in ginger water and syrup – very similar to Wedang Ronde, but there are no glutinous rice balls. Sweet, but the mix of texture is enjoyed by everyone! The drink is usually enjoyed as a body warmer during the rainy season and is enjoyed early morning or at night; get there as early as possible as the stall is only open till sold out (usually within 1.5 hours!)
Sizzling charcoal in your coffee? A little anxious about charcoal in your coffee? We were too, but don’t be! It doesn’t take a big coffee connoisseur to enjoy coffee at Kopi Jos. While your coffee is served looking as dark as ever, it is also dunked with burning red hot charcoal cubes. Let it sizzle in – this is supposed to help neutralize the acidity in your coffee. Once it has fizzed completely, remove the charcoal and you are good to go with an unusual coffee fix – a local novelty! Tip: Remember to mention “no sugar please”, or enjoy your coffee with 10+ spoons of sugar in it (not even exaggerating!).
Angkringan Kopi Jos Lik Man
Sizzling charcoal in your coffee? A little anxious about charcoal in your coffee? We were too, but don’t be! It doesn’t take a big coffee connoisseur to enjoy coffee at Kopi Jos. While your coffee is served looking as dark as ever, it is also dunked with burning red hot charcoal cubes. Let it sizzle in – this is supposed to help neutralize the acidity in your coffee. Once it has fizzed completely, remove the charcoal and you are good to go with an unusual coffee fix – a local novelty! Tip: Remember to mention “no sugar please”, or enjoy your coffee with 10+ spoons of sugar in it (not even exaggerating!).
This sate is so good that it’s been in a movie! Known as one of Indonesia’s classics – sate can be found basically anywhere, and it would be very hard to dispute the best sate, but the ones at Sate Klatak Pak Bari are definitely worth a visit. The specialty here is their mutton sate (Sate Kambing), cut and grilled fresh in front of you, and you can opt for rice on the side. Scoop out some of their special gravy on top to cut down on the saltiness! The flavours are rich and you can taste the marinade in the meat.
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Sate Klathak Pak Bari
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This sate is so good that it’s been in a movie! Known as one of Indonesia’s classics – sate can be found basically anywhere, and it would be very hard to dispute the best sate, but the ones at Sate Klatak Pak Bari are definitely worth a visit. The specialty here is their mutton sate (Sate Kambing), cut and grilled fresh in front of you, and you can opt for rice on the side. Scoop out some of their special gravy on top to cut down on the saltiness! The flavours are rich and you can taste the marinade in the meat.

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Busway are the cheapest way to get around the City

Most economical option to get around the city is to use the Trans Jogja busway. Cheap price is IDR 3,000 / person (around 45 cents $), Busway can also take you to Prambanan Temple, Malioboro, Airports, etc. The second option is use the Prameks commuter train whose station is at the airport, price : IDR 8,000 / person (around 58 cents $) that can take you to the Tugu Jogja Station. From there you just walk to the city Another option is to use online motorcycle taxi services such as Grab or Gojek with various rates according to your purpose. The Last, use conventional taxi (more expensive)