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Prawirotaman 22, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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Around Town

by cheapskate

Thanks to all who answered my first Q.

Since I can visit both complexes in 1 day, what would be recommended to do for an afternoon. Malioboro seems to be mentioned a lot. What kind of shops are there? Any arts and culture?

Are there also any reasonable and decent spas around?

Any highly recommended food to try?!

Thanks again.

Re: Around Town

by tenluk

Of course there is a lot of art shop along Maliboro Street and also in afternoon you can find street food vendors and please try " GUDEG" specific Yogya food. Remember to ask the price first. Have a great time in Maliboro.

Re: Around Town

by putri_jogja

At Malioboro Street, you can buy souvenir and Batik clothes. Don't forget to bargain. Tips : if they give u the price is 50 thousands IDR, you can bargain at 15thousands IDR to 20thousand IDR.
so... happy traveling..

Re: Around Town

by kokoryko

Ah ! Malioboro. . . . Why only Malioboro ; you Indonesian know it is for 90 percent a HUGE TOURIST TRAP !
For food, may I suggest to go to Jalan Wijilan, a street specialised in Gudeg ; all sorts of nasi gudeg there, and other food if you like. There are tens of restaurants. . . . .
Souvenirs, clothes. . . . most of vendors on Malioboro sell (sorry to say that!) lousy quality items, in general. There are shops, specialised in handicrafts; it is more expensive, but quality has a price; for instance, you can check Tjokrosuharto, Jalan Panembahan.
Also for batik paintings, there are touts on Malioboro; well, they guide you to local artists , some are interesting, but, there is the “National Centre of Batik Art” Jalan Jogonagaran, where there is a very big choice in paintings, and the prices are reasonable.
All all this is at walking distance from the Kraton, which you certainly will visit!

Re: Around Town

by craneboywill

Not really true Koko. Malioboro street vendors may rank up there with Indian snake oil salesmen, but there are lots of stores on Malioboro selling good quality souveniers and batik as well. Best of all, these stores generally display their prices.
i recommend the batik shops especially the Miratoe at the southern end.
Much better than buying in a small shop at in the kraton, no prices and you spend yor time bargaining with no clue as to what the real price should be.
Note to poster, it will get unpleasently hot in the afternoon at Malioboro. Better to plan shopping in the late evening. The shops stay open till at least 9pm.

Re: Around Town

by cheapskate

Thanks everyone for the wonderful suggestions..
I think I can only afford to go Malioboro with the time I have..

Gudeg sounds interesting.. Will definitely give it a try!

Re: Around Town

by putri_jogja

I agree with you (craneboywill) abt Mirota Store. You can find many souvenirs, handicrafts and clothes there. In front of that store, there is Beringharjo Market. If you wanna see the hectic Batik market, this is the right place. And dont forget to keep your wallet from pickpocket.

Travel Tips for Yogyakarta

Updates on the airport tax and entrance fee

by KChiong

The domestic airport tax when leaving is rupiah 25000 and for international airport tax is rupiah 100000

The entrance fee for Kraton is 13500 (inclusive of 1000 for taking photos) and taman sari is 8000 (inclusive of 1000 for taking photos)


by belgianchocolate

If you have been traveling in Indonesia
before , the word 'KIJANG' rings a bell.

It's the name of the cars there ,
some sort of a jeep. Every mark of
producer has his own 'Kijang'.

Well the name comes from this deer ,
Barking deer or muntjac. A little light point in the zoo
'gambira loka'. They had a nice enclosure.
A very special animal I think...
They seem to have a leather face.

Hard to Find Many Item at Selo For Merapi Climbing

by olenx

Snack, fruits, Medium backpack: There are some micro shop at Selo, but it difficult to obtain the complete one. Their stock are limited in variation. Bring those items from Yogyakarta is the best decision. Warm jacket, trekking shoes, sunglass, sunscreen: No shop selling these items at Selo, bring them from city. In Yogyakarta there are some outdoor gear rental services available. minimum safety equipment: radio communication, first aid and medical oxygen supplies. These item are not available at Selo. Camera If travelers plan to camp at Basar Bubra, they need to bring their tent, mat, sleeping bag, cooking gear.

Try Teh Botol (Indonesian Tea)

by xuessium

You find this drink everywhere in Indonesia; not really unqiue to Yogya. However, have a taste of Indonesian tea. Very strong jasmine flavour so it may not been for everyone but it's rather unique and you can get one for about 2000-3000Rp a bottle at the tourist sights; refreshing on any hot day!

Finds on Street

by bpacker about Various Shops in Street

For you shopperholics out there, just take note that the main shopping district in Yogyakarta is in Jalan Malioboro (Malioboro Street) ! Rows of shophouses run the length of the street and they sell everything here, from batik-covered slippers to decadent coloured candies. Everything here costs USD1-2. Candy of course! Make that Geplak, Dodol and other sticky yummies.
Batik Slippers and other knicknacks


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