During our trip around Yogyakarta, we planned to visit the largest ancient Hindu temple in Indonesia, the Candi Prambanan. We set out to go there
No trip to Yogyakarta is complete without seeing a few candi. The word candi is an all-encompassing Indonesian term for buildings and temples built
A short background… Taman Sari, or the Water Castle (English), or Water Kasteel (Dutch), was built for the first Sultan of Yogyakarta in 1765. You
A little bit of history… The Kraton of Yogyakarta (officially: Keraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat) is a Javanese palace compound built in the 18th century and is
Jalan Malioboro (or Malioboro Street) is one of Yogyakarta’s most well-known and popular attractions. It is a long street located in the center of the
Yogyakarta is one of Indonesia’s most popular destinations, and for good reason, because the city has something to offer for almost every kind of traveler.
Before I start posting about the wonderful city of Yogyakarta, I want to recommend Bladok Losmen in the Sosrowijayan area if you happen to look
Earlier in the month of May 2015 I experienced my first long-distance train travel in Indonesia. And it was so fun! I would highly