Explore Yogyakarta, the center of Javanese art and culture. Visit the Sultan's Palace and the Water Castle, both fine examples of Javanese architecture. Then, learn about silver handicraft making from the artists at Kota Gede.
Yogyakarta is well known as the center of culture and as a student town. It is one of Indonesia's historical cities.
The Sultan's Palace of Yogyakarta is the main point to visit. It is built in joglo style and is a stunning example of Javanese architecture. We will also visit the museum of Hamengkubuwono IX.
After the Sultan's Palace, we head to the Water Castle. It was said to be the swimming pool of the royal family, as well as a place where the king could escape in the event of an attack.
Our last stop is Kota Gede. This former capital is now regarded as the silver town, where you can see talented people making beautiful handicrafts.
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Pick-up from Centrally Located Hotels in Jakarta
Start of Yogyakarta Private City Tour
Explore the Sultan's Palace of Yogyakarta, commonly known as the Kraton, which is the seat of the sultan and his family. It is a fine example of Javanese architecture and artistic heritage. Also within the palace is the Museum of Hamengkubuwono IX, which is full of the sultanate's artifacts.
Water Castle of Yogyakarta
Discover the history behind the Water Castle, which was once the bathhouse of the sultan, his entourage and his family. The castle was also designed with an escape hatch in the event that the sultan is attacked.
Silver-making at Kota Gede
Visit Kota Gede, a hotspot for silver-making. Here, see artists transform ordinary materials into high-quality silver handicrafts.
Drop-off at Centrally Located Hotels in Jakarta
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