Travelling is therapeutic, and Jogyakarta in Indonesia seems the wisest decision to go to. With a wealth of attractions enriching this city, it ought to be your next healing journey. The array of attractions and the things to do here makes it intimidating to decide of how much time you should spend here. At least, to say, if you are going down to Jogjakarta without having an itinerary, you may come back without having explored the city, not because there is nothing good here, but because you will be spoilt of where to start from. There are a number of guides written by Online Editors which one can use. The below itinerary will make your efforts worthwhile.
Upon arrival to the city, one feels that unique sense of welcoming from the city’s environs. Your first day would best be used to settle with Jogjakarta’s vibe. Check in at a cozy guesthouse of choice and explore the delicious cuisines of Indonesia along Prawirotaman Road. Upon satisfaction, the adventurous can ask for direction to the Jamu stall to meet the medicine woman who prepares healing herbal elixir for the visitors.
The city is ruled by a Sultan, and this is a day for you to live like a sultan. The city is literally developed around the Sultan’s palace called Kraton – a Jogjakarta central attraction. On finishing exploring the palace, a short walk to Taman Sari water palace that was an 18th century Sultan’s holiday gateway will be prudent. This is a home to where the sultan had some sparkling baths with up to a hundred virgins at ago. The stairway to heaven and the 27-mike tunnel leading to the sea are can’t miss spots.
There are so many things to do and so many places to visit in Jogjakarta. Choose how many days you plan to be in Jogjakarta and then ask to the online editors. They can give you a step by step guide around this interesting city to visit.