3D2N Jogja Retreat
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DAY 01: JOGJAKARTA/ARRIVAL – FREE TIME
Welcome to Jogja, Relax and unwind after checking-in to your hotel. Balance the day is your free time. Consider a stroll around the Malioboro road on your own. Yogyakarta knows as The Never-ending Asia for its endless attractions and appeal. The list of things you can experience in Jogja may seem overwhelming, ranging from natural splendors, art, tradition, and heritages.
DAY 03: JOGJA CITY & PRAMBANAN TEMPLE (B/L/D)
YOGYAKARTA or JOGJA is a travelers paradise in Java, with a lot of fascination which have not been revealed. Today, explore the Yogyakarta City which includes:
Lunch served at Sasono Ondrowino Restaurant
Dinner at Bale Bengong Restaurant
DAY 03: JOGJAKARTA – DEPARTURE (B)
Enjoy your last day at leisure. It is time to bid farewell to Jogja, your Local tour guide and driver. Airport transfer is provided.
- Keraton (Sultan Palace), is not just becomes the place to live for the Sultan and his family, the palace is also a main direction of cultural development of Java, as well as the flame guard of the culture.
- Taman Sari, was built by Sultan Hamengku Buwono I dedicated to his wife good turns. The sound of splash water, the beauty of its ancient architecture, and its wonderful view make Taman Sari becomes very enchanting.
- Vredeburg fort, was built in 1760 on the order of the Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono I to keep the security of the palace.
- Malioboro, the word is coming from the Sanskrit which means bouquet of flowers, Malioboro becomes flower that its charm is able to attract tourists. Not only full of stories and memories, Malioboro also becomes souvenir paradise in the heart of Jogja.
- Prambanan village, the site of UNESCO’s World Heritage – the Prambanan Temple. Built in the 10th century, this is the largest temple compound in Indonesia. Rising above the centre of the last of these concentric squares are three temples decorated with reliefs illustrating the epic of the Ramayana, dedicated to the three great Hindu divinities (Shiva, Vishnu and Brahma) and three temples dedicated to the animals who serve them.