Yogyakarta Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Join us in the bustling flow of Yogyakarta, a city that keeps alive a sense of spirit and rhythm from the serenity of its temples to the energy of its streets.

28 thoughts on “Yogyakarta Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

  1. Cok Deniro Panjaitan says:

    0:19 FYI, started on last Sunday (March 29, 2020), all flights to Yogyakarta land at the new airport called Yogyakarta International Airport (IATA: YIA, ICAO: WAHI) which is located at Kulon Progo Regency (a part of Yogyakarta).

  2. Jampan Marjulas says:

    Yogyakarta is a kingdom although it is involved in Republic of Indonesia as one of the provinces, it is considered as special district because of the history between Yogyakarta and Republic of Indonesia. Yogyakarta comes from the real name Ngayogjokarto Hadiningrat, it is led by the king entitled Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono 1 (I) until 10 (X) now. Different from other province, Yogyakarta never organizes general election to choose a governor. Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono automatically becomes the king and also the governor without election. Yogyakarta joined into Republic of Indonesia in September 1945 after Indonesia Proclaimed its independence in August 1945, with some terms and conditions as special district. Yogyakarta has many tourism destination, mountain, mount, beach, Sultan palace, art galleries, etc. It is also considered as city of students because many people from ather provinces and cities, even countries come to Yogyakarta to study. The oldest university in Indonesia is also located in Yogyakarta, it is Gadjah Mada University.

  3. Ayluna Putri says:

    Thanks for making video about Indonesia again. I really appreciate it. This is city is underrated actually. Very awesome but not as famous as Bali or Lombok yet. Anyway, Borobudur temple 00:22 is actually located in Magelang, but still quiet close as Yogyakarta

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