While you stay in Yogyakarta you may visit some point of interests.

The tours include pick-up from your hotel in Jogja area, transportation, English speaking guide and admission fees.

Some tours are already included in the Jogja Exotic packages tours.


Visit Kraton the Sultan Palace, even though it's no longer the seat of power, it is still the hub of Yogya's traditional life.

Then to Sonobudoyo Museum, which houses the rich artistic heritage of Central Java.

Afterward visit to Batik Factory, the home industry of traditional clothes and finally to Kotagede, the center of fine Yogya silvers home industry. This tour is approximately 3 hours.

Price per Person: US$ 30.00

Duration: Approx. 3 hours

Remark: Minimum 2 persons


Borobudur temple is one of the world wonders, located about 42 kilometers in the north of Yogya. This largest Buddhist shrine in the world stands majestically and serene on a hilltop-overlooking lush green fields and distant hills.

Built in the 8th century, made of gray andesite stone, the basic structure it consists of ten terraces each smaller than the one bellow it, rising to the Great Stupa on the top standing about forty meters above the ground.

The walls on the lower six square levels are sculptured in the life of Buddha, extending over the length of six kilometers, it is the most complete ensemble of Buddhist relief in the world. Also visit to the nearby Mendut temple and Muntilan as the center of the andesite stone carving.

Price per Person: US$ 65.00

Duration: Approx. 4 hours

Remark: Minimum 2 persons


This is the one of the main attraction of Yogya, situated about seventeen kilometers of Yogyakarta, set among the green rice fields. Prambanan is a complex of over 200 temples and shrines, the largest, the tallest one is a real masterpiece called "Loro Jonggrang" or "Slender Virgin".

It is covered with wonderful relief depicting the Ramayana episodes, another appealing aspect is its glorious symmetry and grace, making it the most elegant and beautiful temple in Java.

This temple was damaged by earthquake on last 27 May 2006, it is now undergoing restoration. Visitors may view from the outside only.

Price per Person: US$ 48.00

Duration: Approx. 3 hours

Remark: Minimum 2 persons


Visit Kasongan, the village of traditional pottery, you may be excited by people's creation of unusual motive.

Then proceeds to Parangtritis the south coast of Yogya with its sand dunes. On the way you may try a "Dokar" ride. Dokar is a traditional horse cart. Tour approximately 4 hours.

The village of Kasongan was also damaged by earthquake on last 27 May 2006. People now are working hard to restore the village and the pottery industries.

Price per Person: US$ 35.00

Duration: Approx. 4 hours

Remark: Minimum 2 persons


Solo also known as Surakarta, it is the sister city of Yogya, features the two royal courts of this ancient capital.

Kraton Kasunanan, The Royal Palace of Sunan of Solo, contains among other the museum with its collection of Hindu Javanese bronzes, Chinese porcelain, Keris, marvelous coaches and carriages. Visit also Pasar Triwindu, Solo's flea market, a paradise for devotee of bric-a-brac, curiosities and honest junk.

On the way back to Yogya, visit the beautiful Prambanan Temple.

Price per Person: US$ 75.00

Duration: Approx. 6 hours

Remark: Minimum 2 persons (included lunch)


Visit Sukuh Temple which is located in the slope of Mt Lawu at 910 meters above the sea level. On the way make short city tour in Solo.

Sukuh temple is unique in Java, its sculpture depicting the fertility, and in one of the sculpture clearly displaying human reproduction symbol.

Price per Person: US$ 60.00

Duration: Approx. 7 hours

Remark: Minimum 2 persons (included lunch)


■ Minimum tour participant is 2 persons.
■ For group traveling, please contact us for special price.

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