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Java (also called Jawa) is an island which has many beautiful beaches, cultures, arts, dances, exotic natures, and many more.

2 main cultures in Java Island are Javanese Culture and Sundanese Culture.

Tourists Attractions in Java:

  • Visiting Alas Purwo National Park Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Alas Purwo National Park Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Alas Purwo National Park, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the ...
  • Visiting Ambarawa AMBARAWA: Experience Rural Java’s Traditional Life The hinterland of Semarang, capital of the province of Central Java is lush green:  a beautiful scenic landscape of rising volcanoes, green valleys and fertile rice fields.  Cruise lines call on Semarang to allow passengers to visit the nearby 9thcentury Borobudur Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage site. One and a half hour’s driving from Semarang on ...
  • Visiting Ancient Baduy Village This is a peaceful place which surrounded by verdant atmosphere. Sound of nature the rustle of the wind amidst the bamboo leaves, the chirping of the birds, the faint rush of the river. Baduy village, located in the hills of Kendeng mountain, about 75 kilometers southward from Rangkasbitung, West Java, is the perfect place to ...
  • Visiting Ancol: Jakarta Bay City This is Jakarta‘s largest and most popular recreation park, more popularly known as “Ancol Dreamland” or Ancol Jakarta Bay City. The Ancol Dreamland has an extensive range of attractions that include a Seaworld,  a water park with artificial waves, an  lagoon for fishing and boating,  exciting rides such as the Torpedo and the Hysteria, an ...
  • Visiting Baluran National Park Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Baluran National Park Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Baluran National Park, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the local community. ...
  • Visiting Bandung City Bandung : Creative Center amidst Lush Green Mountains Bandung (capital of West Java)  is a great place to visit any time of the year as it’s not only renowned for its picturesque open vista, but the town also offers many attractions well worth a visit. Surrounded by green fertile mountains, Bandung today is Indonesia’s center for learning and ...
  • Bandung Culinary Tourism Many people visit Bandung to pamper their taste buds. You’ll be amazed with what Bandung has to offer. From various food sold on street vendors to haute cuisine, every visitor will be able to find something to their liking here, in Bandung. Sundanese (the people living in West Java are called Sundanese) has tempting refreshments. Sundanese ...
  • Visiting Bandung Factory Outlets Bandung Factory Outlets Galore For Apparel and Leatherware The city of Bandung is home to Indonesia’s many textile factories. Bandung offers a large number of factory outlets where Jakarta shoppers regularly flock to, to find the latest trendy apparel at reasonable prices.  Those planning to travel to cool climates will stock on warm clothing here in Bandung. You ...
  • Bandung’s precious Tropical Art-Deco Heritage In the 1920’s when the Dutch decided to gradually move its colonial capital to Bandung, it was the heyday of Art Deco.  That is the reason why until today Bandung still holds some of the best examples of Tropical Art Deco architecture in the world. Bandung then prospered with more and more large plantations and ...
  • Visiting Bogor Botanical Gardens Just 60 km south, or a mere one hour by road from Jakarta lies the town of Bogor, once known as “Buitenzorg” meaning “free of care”, located at the foothills of Moun Salak. It has a high and year-round rainfall and a much cooler climate compared to metropolitan Jakarta.  Here are spread out the 87 hectares world ...
  • Visiting Borobudur: A Buddhist Temple The magnificent Borobudur temple is the world’s biggest Buddhist monument, an ancient site widely considered to be one of the world’s seven wonders. Built in the 9th century during the reign of the Syailendra dynasty, the temple’s design in Gupta architecture reflects India’s influence on the region, yet there are enough indigenous scenes and elements ...
  • Visiting Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park has sub-montane, montane and sub-alpine ecosystem types, with big trees that are hundreds of years old. The Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park covers a massive area of 800 square kilometres in the centre of East Java. For anyone with an interest in volcanoes, a visit to the park is a must. ...
  • Visiting Ciater’s Revitalizing Hot Springs The cool highlands of Subang in West Java provide an idyllic setting for an unforgettable personal experience where the crisp mountain air and the refreshing sounds of bubbling mountain streams soothe the soul. The town of Ciater is known for its natural hot springs with their healing qualities which promote physical well being. Here the Ciater ...
  • Visiting Cimaja Beach, Palabuhanratu West Java The Palabuhanratu area is a favorite weekend surfing destination for expatriates and a growing number of Indonesian surfers based in Jakarta. The Palabuhanratu is the most crowded of West Java’s surfing grounds due to sheer ease of accessibility. Most of the surf pounded beaches in the Palabuhanratu resort area-also called Samudra Beach are just that: ...
  • Visiting Dieng Plateau The name ‘dieng’ which literally translates as ‘abode of the Gods’ says all you need to know about this collection small ancient temples set in the  remarkable volcanic landscape of the Dieng Plateau. The misty location, sulphurous springs and colored lakes truly make this a place of natural wonder and cultural significance. Come here and you ...
  • Visiting Grajagan Beach World’s Best Surfing at G-Land Indonesia is a country with some of the worlds best surf spots and there are none that are better than Plengkung beach at Grajagan, East Java. Nicknamed by surfers as the ‘gland’ or G-land  – the surf here consistently produces some of the best and most well known waves in the ...
  • Visiting Green Canyon Cukang Taneuh Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Green Canyon Cukang Taneuh Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Green Canyon Cukang Taneuh, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the ...
  • Visiting Gunung Gede Pangrango National Park Gunung Gede-Pangrango National Park : The Most Visited National Park in Indonesia Located in the province of West Java this Park encompasses the peaks of Mount Gede, Mount Pangrango.  Around these peaks are tea plantations, recreation parks, waterfalls, hot springs, lakes and accommodation facilities within the park as around its periphery. The Park was declared nature conservation ...
  • Visiting Gunung Halimun Salak National Park Location: In West Java Province: Bogor Regency and  Sukabumi Regency In  Banten Province: Lebak Regency Gunung Halimun National Park represents the ecosystem types of lowland rain forest, sub-montane forest, and montane forest. Most of the forest areas of this Park are situated in mountainous terrain with several rivers and waterfalls. The area protects the hydrological function of the regencies of Bogor, ...
  • Hunting for Salak Pondoh in Sleman Salak is one of Indonesia’s traditional fruits. Covered with brownish-black scales, the flesh tends to be ivory in color. Salak pondoh is the sweetest variety. The flesh is firm and succulent. The taste is unique yet addictive. Visiting salak pondoh farm in Turi, Sleman regency, is truly a remarkable experience for you and your loved ...
  • Visiting Ijen Crater Ijen plateau or known as “Kawah Ijen” is highly recommended to mountain buffs and hikers. The Plateau was at one time a huge active crater, 134 sq km in area. Today, Ijen is a quiet but active volcano, and the landscape is dominated by the volcanic cones of Ijen (2,368 asl) and Merapi (2,800 asl) ...
  • Visiting Imogiri Imogiri, the official cemetery of the royal descendents from Yogyakarta and Surakarta, is about 17 kms southeast of Yogyakarta and easily accessible by the bus or car. The tombs lie within three main courtyards perched on a hilltop. Entry into the smaller courtyards housing the tombs of the princes is allowed only by visitors wearing ...
  • Visiting Istiqlal Mosque First opened to the public by Indonesia’s first President, Soekarno, on 22 February 1978, the grand Istiqlal Mosque of Jakarta is the largest mosque in South East Asia both in structure and capacity, as it can accommodate congregations of up to 120,000 people. Located at Jalan Taman Wijaya Kusuma in Central Jakarta, on the north eastern ...
  • Visiting Jakarta City Jakarta : Indonesia’s National and Business Capital Jakarta is the Capital of the Republic of Indonesia and home to 9 million people. During the day the number increases with another 2 million as commuters make their way to work in the city, and flock out again in the evenings. Located on the northern coast of Java, the ...
  • Visiting Jakarta Convention Center Jakarta Convention Center : Indonesia’s Largest Convention Venue Capital of the Republic of Indonesia, Jakarta is the center of government, the epicenter for finance , business and trade, and is the main hub for international air connections in the archipelago. Jakarta is centrally connected through its satellite telecommunications network.  This sprawling mega-metropolis has hosted many important conferences besides ...
  • Jakarta: Dining Experience in Metropolitan City Jakarta today offers an excellent variety of sophisticated fine dining restaurants located in many parts of this sprawling metropolitan city. The best Indonesian cuisine and international restaurants are found in unique surroundings as they are located in elegant and well appointed colonial buildings that enhance that special nostalgic atmosphere of fine, graceful dining  like in those ...
  • Jakarta Shopping Extravaganza Whether you’re a serious spender or half-hearted shopper, there’s sure to be something for everyone in Jakarta, the country’s shopping capital. The wide variety of things that you can buy in Jakarta is mind boggling from the best of local handicrafts to haute couture labels. Jakarta has literally hundreds of malls to browse through. For Jakarta, ...
  • Jakarta Street Food Scene Living in a country that has endless variety of food and drinks, Indonesians do eat out, but the majority does not go to restaurants. The local food scene relies heavily on street food. Indonesians savour the delicious meals offered by ubiquitous street vendors day and night for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Street food is a quick ...
  • Visiting Kailasa Museum Kailasa Museum : Tracing The Ancient Javanese Civilization If you like religious objects, you should visit the Kailasa Dieng Museum. In this museum, you could trace the ancient Javanese Hindu civilization of the 7th and 8th centuries. The Kailasa Museum is situated in Gedung Arca Compound and belongs to the Central Java Conservation Agency in Dieng, Batur ...
  • Visiting Kaliurang Resort: A Mountain Retreat If you want to take a break from crowds and cities and immerse yourself in some natural beauty, then Kaliurang resort may be the place for you. Lying on the southern slopes of the majestic Mount Merapi, the quiet highland resort of Kaliurang is a peaceful escape from the heat and chaos of city life. ...
  • Visiting Kampung Naga (Dragon Village) Dragon village is located in Neglasari village, Salawu sub-district, Tasikmalaya, West Java. This 1.5 hectares village is still ‘green’ and not influenced by modernization. Some 311 people live in this village. You will have to take several hundred steps to cover the villages over 500 meters. You will see hundreds of high ebony trees, large green ...
  • Visiting Karimunjawa Marine Adventure in The Java Sea Travelers to Central Java do not need to go far to enjoy marine life, above and below the sea. The Karimunjawa archipelago, located in the Java Sea, north of the capital city of Semarang, has everything to offer divers and backpackers who enjoy trekking and snorkeling along a pristine beach. The Karimunjawa National Park (not to beconfused with the ...
  • Visiting Karimunjawa National Park Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Karimunjawa National Park Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Karimunjawa National Park, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the local community. ...
  • Visiting Kawah Putih or White Crater Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Kawah Putih Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Kawah Putih, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the local community. There are ...
  • Visiting Kepulauan Seribu National Park Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Kepulauan Seribu National Park Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Kepulauan Seribu National Park, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the ...
  • Visiting Kota Gede: Home of The Silversmiths Kota Gede was the original site where Panembahan Senopati, founder of the new Mataram kingdom established his palace in 1575. The new Mataram kingdom claims direct descent from the ancient Mataram rulers who built the mighty Borobudur and Prambanan temples.  In the year 1680 Kota Gede was ransacked by troops from Madura, and the palace ...
  • Visiting Malang City Malang is Ninety kilometers south of Surabaya. Malang is one of the most leisurely and attractive towns in Java. With leafy boulevards and a cooler climate, this city is a laid back destination, popular with many retirees in East Java. Access: Airlines flying to Malang’s Abdul Rachman Saleh airport are: Merpati Nusantara from Denpasar (Bali) and on to Surabaya;  Sriwijaya ...
  • Malioboro Yogyakarta City Malioboro is the most famous street in Yogyakarta. Located in the heart of Yogya, this is the city’s main street, and was once the ceremonial avenue for the Sultan to pass through on his way to and from the Keraton. During such occasions Malioboro would be festively decorated with flowers. Some say that the name ...
  • Meetings and Conventions in Yogyakarta Situated in the heart of Javanese civilization and steeped in culture while offering stunning mountain scenery and the unrivaled hospitality of locals, Yogyakarta is a most attractive venue to hold Meetings and Conventions. This city has both well-known national and international hotel chains that provide facilities for conferences and meetings.   Yogyakarta’s Hotels and Restaurants Association (PHRI) ...
  • Visiting Meru Betiri National Park Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Meru Betiri National Park Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Meru Betiri National Park, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the ...
  • Visiting Mount Bromo: Witnessing The Fascinating Sunrise Located some 4 hours drive from Surabaya, the capital of East Java, Mount Bromo is a part of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park that covers a massive area of 800 square kilometres. While it may be small when measured against other volcanoes in Indonesia, the magnificent Mount Bromo will not disappoint with its spectacular views and dramatic ...
  • Visiting Mount Merapi Living in the shadows of an active volcano is like sitting on a time bomb, especially when one of them is called the Fire Mountain or Gunung Merapi, the volcano that dominates the center of the island of Java.  Mount Merapi, located near Yogyakarta, is one of the most active volcanoes on earth. It is ...
  • Visiting Museum Batik Danar Hadi The passion of H.Santosa Doellah for preserving Batik, trigger the idea of building a museum of batik. As one of the Cultural identities, batik is an insperable part of the city of Surakarta – or popularly known as Solo. Batik crafts-starting from home industries to giant professional manufacturers – are a common sight in every ...
  • Visiting Old Batavia In its heydays in the 16th century, Batavia was known as “The Queen of the East” and “the Jewel of Asia”. Its Sunda Kelapa harbour was abuzz with merchant vessels from Europe, China, India and from throughout the Indonesian archipelago, loading in and sailing away with precious nutmegs, pepper, tea, coffee, ceramics, cloths and other exotic products of the time. The warehouses were ...
  • Visiting Pangandaran Beach Beautiful Pangandaran Beach facing the Indian Ocean Pangandaran is one of West Java’s best kept-secrets as far as international tourists are concerned. Located on a peninsula on the south coast of West Java, about 91 Km from the town of Ciamis, Pangandaran offers uniquely black and white sand, calm waved beaches and spectacular sunsets. The beach ...
  • Visiting Paradiso Resort Paradiso is a resort consisting of four isles within Thousand Islands Jakarta: Kahyangan, Bidadari, Onrust and Kelor.  All of them offers spectacular views of both the forest and sea. The name Paradiso indeed comes from Paradise, for Kahyangan in Indonesian means Heaven in English, and Bidadari means Angel. Activities offered: Visiting the ruins of VOC’s (Dutch Colonials) Fortress. Used ...
  • Visiting Parangtritis: Mysterious Myths and Spectacular Ocean Views Parangtritis beach is not far from Yogyakarta. A place jagged cliffs meet a glistening volcanic black sand beach. Located around 28 km (17 miles) from Yogyakarta this is the ideal distance to come for a day trip to take a break out of the city and soak up the roar of the waves and the ...
  • Visiting Prambanan: a Hindu Temple As the largest Hindu temple in Southeast Asia, the beautiful and graceful temple of Prambanan is a magnificent spectacle and an icon of Indonesia’s cultural heritage. Located not far from the Buddhist Borobudur temple, the proximity of the two temples tells us that on Java, Buddhism and Hinduism lived peacefully next to one another. Prambanan is known ...
  • Visiting Sangiran Have you ever wondered what humans looked like millions of years ago? Take a trip back in time and make the journey to Sangiran, home of the Java man to find out. The story of Java Man begins over a century ago. In 1890, a Dutch military physician and paleontologist Eugene Dubois discovered a fossilized primate ...
  • Visiting Saung Angklung Udjo Village A group of children joyfully line up in traditional Sundanese costume, welcoming all visitors as they walk into the green bamboo hall of Saung Angklung Udjo Village in Bandung, West Java. Simply translated as Udjo’s House of Angklung, this one-stop cultural workshop offers a complete experience around angklung, Indonesia’s traditional musical instrument made of bamboo.  Angklung consists of one single note, creating ...
  • Visiting Semarang City The city of Semarang (capital of the province of Central Java) is located  precisely in the center of the northern seaboard of the fertile and densely populated island of Java. In the 15th century the Chinese emperor’s emissary Zheng He , otherwise known here  as Admiral Cheng Ho, set foot  here on Java , its auspicious occasion commemorated in the temple ...
  • Visiting Singosari Temple Not much remains of the once powerful 13th century East Java kingdom of Singosari. An unfinished temple and two giant statues that once stood guard in front of the palace are the only traces left of this great kingdom. The kingdom of Singosari was founded in 1222 by a commoner by the name of Ken Arok, ...
  • Visiting Situ Patenggang Tourism of Indonesia Ready to Go to Situ Patenggang Planning to go on a tour or travelling, we definitely want a smooth trip, comfortable accommodation, cheap hotels, good food, cheap plane tickets, close to everywhere, and can rent a motorbike or car. Attraction In Situ Patenggang, there is natural beauty and unique culture of the local community. There are ...
  • Visiting Solo Surakarta City Solo or Surakarta is known throughout Indonesia as a strong upholder of Javanese culture. A visit here is a chance to connect with and take in the sights and sounds of ancient Javanese culture. We will need at least a few days to explore the city to wander around and discover all the vibrant old ...
  • Visiting Sunda Kelapa Harbour The older parts of Jakarta offer the chance to view the sceneries of the past. Explore Sunda Kelapa Harbor and other places of interest to the fullest, where modernity and remnants of the past can still be found. Here, aside from Sunda Kelapa Harbor, you can found Harbor-Master Tower (Menara Syahbandar), Maritime Museum (Museum Bahari), Fatahillah ...
  • Visiting Surabaya City Surabaya is the capital of East Java. Home to many of the nation’s fiercest independence fighters, the city is known to locals as Kota Pahlawan (City of Heroes) and around the city you will see scatered statues commemorating many heroes of the independence movement. Historically this city used to be the trading hub for the illustrious ...
  • Visiting Taman Mini Indonesia Indah Taman Mini Indonesia Indah or Beautiful Indonesia in Miniature Park is an extensive culture-based park, the prime showcase of Indonesia’s rich cultural and natural diversity located in East Jakarta. Popularly known as Taman Mini, the core of the Park are 26 exclusive replicas of traditional houses of chieftains found throughout the Indonesian archipelago from Aceh to ...
  • Visiting Taman Safari: Where Wild Animals Roam Free If you like to observe wild animals like tigers, lions and crocodiles in their native habitat, then Taman Safari Indonesia is just for you. Taman Safari Indonesia or the Indonesian Safari Park is a conservation center as well as a modern zoological garden with various collections of flora and fauna. In this Park, you will not ...
  • Visiting Tamansari: The Tantalizing Water Castle When we visit Kraton, we should not miss The Water Castle or known as Tamansari, less than 1 Km west of Kraton. Just west of the Kraton, there are the ruins, pools, arches and underground passages of the former pleasure gardens. It was built in 1758 by Sultan Hamengkubuwono I as a rest house and ...
  • Visiting Tangkuban Perahu Tangkuban perahu is an active volcano, situated 30 km north of the city of Bandung in the direction of Lembang. It is the only crater in Indonesia that you can drive up to its very rim. Mount Tangkuban Perahu has a distinctive shape, and looks like an “overturned boat”. The huge crater is an astonishing view and ...
  • Visiting The Asian-African Conference Museum The historic first Asian African Conference was convened here in the “Gedung Merdeka”, Bandung, West Java, from 18th to 24thApril 1955, a recognized milestone in world history. This was the first time that 29 Asian and African countries, most of whom had just gained their independence from centuries of colonial rule, gathered to join hands to determine their own future. Together ...
  • Visiting The Bung Karno Sports Complex The Bung Karno Sports Complex: Jakarta’s Sports, Conventions and Entertainment Center Jakarta the capital city of Indonesia is also the sports capital of the nation. Located in the heart of the metropolis by the grand Sudirman avenue is the Senayan Sports Complex , recently renamed the Bung Karno Sports Complex, or  the Gelanggang Olah Raga Bung Karno in Bahasa Indonesia. This a  comprehensive complex ...
  • Visiting The Fatahillah Jakarta Museum The Jakarta History Museum (also known as Fatahillah Museum) is housed in the former City Hall located in the old part of the city now known as Jakarta Kota, some hundred meters behind the port and warehouses of Sunda Kelapa. Originally called the Stadhuis, this building was the administrative headquarters of the Dutch East India Company, and ...
  • Visiting The Kraton: Palace Fit For A Javanese King The palace of Yogyakarta is known as the Keraton (also spelled kraton or karaton). It is a grand complex that was meticulously planned to reflect  the Javanese cosmos. This splendid example of traditional Javanese architecture has no equal. Designed and built in stages, the Keraton was completed in 1790. This elegant complex of pavilions was constructed ...
  • Visiting The National Monument or Monas National Monument or Monas (Monumen Nasional) is at Merdeka Square near The main Sudirman-Thamrin avenues in Jakarta. In its center stands the which houses the first the flag flown at the Proclamation of Independence on 17 August 1945. This flag has now become threadbare, and so nowadays on Independence Day ceremonies, the original flag is taken out but ...
  • Visiting The National Museum Located on Medan Merdeka Barat, the National Museum is the pride of Jakarta, providing visitors an insight into Indonesia’s long history in cultural heritage from prehistoric days up to today.  Having recently been expanded, the Museum houses an impressive collection of no less than 109,342 objects covering Indonesia’s Prehistory, Archaeology, Ethnography, Numismatics-Heraldic, Geography and Historical ...
  • Visiting The Schmutzer Primate Centre The Schmutzer Primate Center is one of the largest primate houses in the world. It has many different primate species such as gorillas, chimpanzees and orangutans. The facilities are designed in innovative ways where the animals can decide whether to be seen or not and where natural food is growing in the enclosures, the only place ...
  • Visiting The Thousand Islands As your plane slowly descends for its approach to Jakarta’s Soekarno-Hatta international airport, you can see a large number of large and small islands dotting the sea in the Bay of Jakarta. These are known as the Thousand Islands, or Kepulauan Seribu. In fact they are a cluster of 76 coral islands with more appearing ...
  • Visiting Ujung Kulon National Park Ujung Kulon National Park forms the largest remaining lowland tropical rain forest ecosystem in West Java. Moreover, it is an ideal habitat for the rare animals like the Javan rhinoceros (Rhinoceros sondaicus sondaicus). The three main ecosystem types in the Park are marine, coastal and terrestrial. Ujung Kulon’s natural riches – a huge diversity of plants ...
  • Visiting Umang Island Resort Umang Island in Banten province  is a small island perfect for your tropical getaway. Especially when you’ve done some business in Jakarta, since Umang Island is only 4,5 hours away from the bustling city. The five-hectare private island is maintained by a single management,  Umang Island Resort and Spa, which offers the same comfort as a ...
  • Visiting Waterboom Jakarta Waterboom Jakarta is now open as the leading water park and recreation destination in Jakarta. Located at Pantai Indah Kapuk in North Jakarta, next to the Damai Indah Golf Course, it covers an area of about 35,000 m2 plus a parking area that can accommodate 1,000 cars. It has a direct toll road access and only ...
  • West Java Specialties Many people visit Bandung, the capital of West Java province, to pamper their taste buds. You’ll be amazed with what Bandung has to offer. From various food sold on street vendors to haute cuisine, every visitor will be able to find something to their liking here, in Bandung. Sundanese (the people living in West Java are ...
  • Visiting Wonosobo Located in the heart of Central Java, Wonosobo is in a picturesque mountain landscape with an average temperature of 24 degrees Celsius. The cool mountain air here provides a refreshing break from the heat and the impressive mountain terrain provides a perfect backdrop to relax and soak up the peaceful atmosphere. Although it is only driving ...
  • Visiting Yogyakarta City Yogyakarta, together with its twin city Surakarta (Solo), is the cradle of civilization on Java. This city was the seat of power that produced the magnificent temples of Borobudur and Prambanan in the 8th and 9th century and the new powerful Mataram kingdom of the 16th and 17th century. Until today this city continues to produce philosophers, thinkers, master painters and ...
  • Visiting Yogyakarta’s Dining Guide Yogyakarta is truly a unique city. Ruled by a king (sultan) whose lineage can be traced to centuries, this city offers plenty cultural and historical heritage. Here you can eat lesehan style without chairs. The rather sweet cuisine of Yogyakarta might surprise you first, but many people have been longing for good Javanese food after ...