Once was a beautiful flower garden and a place for the Sultan and his concubines to have a leisure time. A place for meditation and prayer. Also the last fortified defense for the Sultan and his family. Nowadays a place to learn history and imagine the life of the Yogyakarta Sultanate.
Borobudur, the largest Buddhist archaeological site and temple in the world, built in Buddhist cosmology. Within it’s 3 layers of realms and in 9 levels, told the story and teaching of Buddha in 3D reliefs carved upon its walls.
Legend or not, Ratu Boko is one of the remains of a long lost Kingdom with a view and one of the best sunset in Yogyakarta.
Horizon and city watch from one of the highest temple in Yogyakarta, Candi Ijo.
Yogyakarta without a doubt is the land of legends, stories, kingdoms and the Gods. Prambanan, a group of Hindu temples with legends and epic story included.
Kraton of Yogyakarta , the center of government and one of the last Sultanate in Indonesia. Not only that, the Kraton is also the center of Javanese culture, believes and philosophy to guide and nurture the people.
Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion with it’s prestigious indigo color, is also a boutique hotel. It felt like staying in a movie set of the 19th century peranakan heritage. Indeed, it was a UNESCO heritage and used as movie set in various movies and tv series.
A glimpse of the rich Peranakan or Baba Nyonya in Penang from architecture, the way of living and interior.