Written by Junanto Xu
Edited by Jiayi Ng

Always raring to go on a new adventure? You’ll likely find it in Yogyakarta, a land of miracles rich in culture and history – where Mother Nature remains in all her untouched glory.

With Merapi in the north and Gunung Kidul in the south, this land is blessed with many natural wonders that are perfect for all adrenaline junkies who are seeking the adventure of a lifetime.

In addition to the preserved cultural remains, Yogyakarta is where nature and culture blend perfectly into breathtaking sights.

Getting around the natural attractions can be rather difficult though, so we’ve crafted a unique 5D4N adventure itinerary (with routes plotted) for you!

Ready for your next big adventure (and your next viral blog post ;))?

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On the first night of your trip, why not challenge yourself by conquering the most active mountain in Asia, Mount Merapi? On the next day, get ready for an ultimate cultural escape by visiting two UNESCO inscribed temples. And last but not least, fulfil your love for thrill with adrenaline pumping adventure sites before ending your trip in Yogyakarta city.

With a combination of mind blowing nature and authentic culture, we ensure you an unforgettable (and affordable) adventure of a lifetime!


Day 1

Kick off the trip with authentic cuisine and a breathtaking waterfall

Sugeng Rawuh, Yogya, welcomes you.

On the first day, we’ll take you to enjoy the breathtaking scenery at Luweng Sampang and continue with some healthy dinner and adorable dessert before heading to the Merapi. But a hungry traveller is a grumpy traveller, so let’s fill up your empty stomach with some authentic local cuisine first.

Grab your first taste of Yogya’s wonders at The House of Raminten (1-1.5 hours)

There’s no better place to start off your trip in Yogya than at the legendary House of Raminten. Here, everything from the cuisine, interior, tableware to atmosphere contains a thick Javanese vibe that marks the perfect beginning to a wonderful trip!

Don’t miss out on their bamboo splinter chicken known as the “koteka”, something truly Indonesian that can’t be found anywhere else.

Photo Via Adecheers

More info on visiting The House of Raminten

Price: Rp 7,000 – 40,000 (approximately USD $0.50 – 3)
Contact: +62 274 547315
Address:  Alan Faridan Muridan Noto No. 7, Gondo Kusuman, Kota Baru, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Opening hours: Open 24 hours a day

Visit nature’s art gallery at Luweng Sampang Waterfall (2-3 hours)

Well traveller, it’s time to officially begin the journey by paying a visit to the secluded yet exotic Luweng Sampang waterfall, otherwise known as a miniature Grand Canyon!

Here, you’ll be totally fascinated by the stunning terrains that have been carved for centuries by the natural process of water erosion. Remember to soak up in the cold, crisp water to wash out all your tiredness after the long flight.

Photo Via Iqbal_musawa

More info on visiting Luweng Sampang Waterfall

Address: Jl. Juminahan, Desa Sampang, Kecamatan Gedangsari Gunungkidul, Yogyakarta.
Getting There:From Yogyakarta City, head towards Solo and take a right towards Gantiwarno City Hall. Head towards Jogoprayan Village and follow the river towards Sampang Village. Ask the locals for directions, a lot!
Coordinates here

Go green for a taste of nature at Milas (1-1.5 hours)

Come feast at a garden restaurant that serves only green and organic food, a wise choice to refresh your mind and recharge your stomach.

Their Milas Salad and Gado-gado will definitely surprise you, because even without MSG and other flavour enhancers, the fresh veggie and delectable food here will still satisfy even the pickiest tongue.

Photo Via Masstyoo,Mojo703

More info on visiting Milas

Price: Rp 15,000 – 30,000 (approximately USD $1.20 – 2.20)
Contact:+62 274 7423399
Address:  Jalan Prawirotaman 4 No. 127B, Parangtritis, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Opening hours: 12pm – 9pm (Tuesday – Thursday, Saturday), 3pm – 9pm (Friday), 9am – 5pm (Sunday)


Get the bear-y best desserts at Roaster and Bear (1 hour)

Your dessert time can’t get any cuter with all the bears in the house! Remember to treat yourself to exquisite desserts such as the chocolate richies and bear latte before heading onto the next leg of your adventure.

If you’re feeling fatigued already, the furry friends here are all ready to give you a hug to recharge.

Photo Via Mangajunreny

More info on visiting Roaster and Bear

Price: Rp 5,000 – 355,000 (approximately USD $0.40 – 26.70)
Contact: +62 274 2920027
Address:  Jalan P. Mangkubumi No.52, Jetis, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Opening hours: 7am – 11pm (Monday – Thursday, Sunday), 7am – 11:45pm (Friday – Saturday)


Other option for desserts: Tempo De Gelato

Head to New Selo and gear yourself up to hike Mount Merapi (start at 10 pm)

Are you wondering why we need to start the trip at 10pm? That’s because we’re aiming to arrive at the peak when dawn breaks!

Before you start rubbing your eyes and climbing back into bed, read Firsta’s story here to find out more.

You’ll definitely see that one sleepless night is oh so worth it.

Photo Via Wisatajateng

More info on visiting New Selo Basecamp

Price/Entrance fees:
For locals: Rp 10,000 (weekdays) – 16,000 (weekends) (approximately USD $0.80 – 1.20)
For foreigners: Rp 150,000 (weekdays) – 225,000 (weekends) (approximately USD $11.30 – 17)
Address: New Selo, Samiran, Selo, Boyolali Regency, Central Java 57363. Coordinates here

Day 1 route

Day 2

Conquer one of the most active volcanoes in the world, Mount Merapi

Now that you’ve filled your stomachs, it’s time to mark one of the most noteworthy moments of your life by conquering the most active volcano in Asia. After that, simply enjoy the view in Kalibiru National Park and end the day with a relaxing massage – those sore muscles will definitely need it!

Test your mettle by hiking to the Peak of Merapi (10pm-10am)

Standing 2,900 metres above sea level and surrounded by four other mountains, you can witness a magnificent view stretching for miles. And you’ll also have a breathtaking backdrop of the sun pushing its way up the dark sky! We won’t be surprised if the sheer beauty of this place erases all your exhaustion. Four hours of hiking, definitely worth it!

Photo Via Knuga88

Recharge and relax with lunch at Kelapa Resto (1-1.5 hours)

You would think nothing can beat that feeling of satisfaction as you look over the sweeping vista from the top of Mount Merapi. Well, an awesome seafood celebration meal at Kelapa Resto is about to change your mind.

At Kelapa Resto, soak yourself in the soothing ambience by dining in a traditional pavilion with a great view of the lake in the centre. It’s not just about the view – their famous and fresh fried shrimp and sweet and sour fish will not disappoint you as well!

With top notch seafood and a relaxed atmosphere, your tiredness will slowly fade away.

Photo Via Nanda_iwanp

More info on visiting Kelapa Resto at The Westlake Resort

Price: Rp 18,000 – 66,000 (food) (approximately USD $1.40 – 5) and Rp 5,000 – 15,000 (drinks) (approximately USD $0.40 – 1.20)
Address: Jln Ring Road Barat, Bedog, Trihanggo, Kabupaten Sleman, D.I. Yogyakarta
Phone: (0274) 2820 666/ 0811 256 622
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm


Gear up for some extreme sports at Kalibiru National Park (2-3 hours)

Located on the West of Yogya, Kalibiru offers a stunning view with a chilly breeze on the top of a mountain, perfect for chilling out and enjoying a marvellous sunset view.

If the long hike to the top of Merapi hasn’t worn you out, you could push your limit by doing some rock climbing, flying fox and even tightrope walking!

Photo Via Tegariman

More info on visiting Kalibiru National Park

Entrance Fee: Rp 5,000 (weekdays) (USD $0.37), Rp 10,000 (weekends) (USD $0.75) | Outbound Package: Rp 35,000 (USD $2.60)
Address: Kalibiru, Hargowilis, Kokap, Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta 55561, Indonesia
Coordinates here
Phone: +62 813 92947249, +62 813 92023122
Opening hours: 6am – 6pm

Enjoy a fusion dinner at Kepik Sawah (1-1.5 hours)

Lighten your mood and give your stomach a treat in this uplifting restaurant that fuses modern perspective and classic traditional culture into one. With a scenic green paddy field surrounding the resto, you can be sure that your dinner will be a yummy and beautiful experience.

We recommend their gadon (minced beef wrapped in banana leaf), garang asem (Indonesian chicken curry) and grilled fish, local dishes loved by everyone.

Photo Via Kepik Sawah

More info on visiting Warung Kepik Sawah

Price: Rp 5,000 – 35,000 (approximately USD $0.50 – 3)
Address: Jalan Godean, Sidoagung, Kabupaten Sleman, D.I. Yogyakarta
Phone: +62 857-4024-1306
Operational hours: 11am – 9pm (Monday – Friday), 9am – 11pm (Saturday – Sunday)


Save your dying muscles at Monggo Relax (2 hours)

After two long days of adventure, what could you need more than a good and relaxing traditional Javanese massage to relieve all those stiff muscles?

Photo Via Junanto Xu

More info on visiting Monggo Relax

Price:  Rp 60,000 – 250,000 (approximately USD $4.50 – 18.80)
Address: Jl. Sosrowijayan No.30, RW.001, Sosromenduran, Gedong Tengen, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55271
Contact: +62 274 547149/ [email protected]
Opening hours: 10am – 11pm
Tips: Due to the high demand, do reserve in advance to avoid a long queue.

Day 2 route

Day 3

Get in touch with your inner Indiana Jones at the majestic ruins of an ancient dynasty

Yogyakarta is known for its beautiful landscapes, but that’s definitely not the only thing this place has to offer! Let’s take a day off from the nature and embark on a cultural escape.

View a majestic sunrise at Borobudur (3.30am until 8am)

At the world’s greatest Buddhist temple that was constructed a thousand years ago, it seems only natural that the sunrise will look unrealistically magnificent.

Take your time to savour this gorgeous view of the rising sun casting rays of light over the historic structures.

After being mind-blown, we encourage you to hire a guide and find out the historical significance and hidden stories behind this masterpiece, just so you can fully appraise and appreciate it.

Photo Via Marc Schmittbuhl

More info on visiting Borobudur Park

Entrance Fee: Rp 40,000 for Indonesians and Rp 380,000 for foreigners (approximately USD $30) l Manohara Sunrise: Rp 325,000 for Indonesians and Rp 450,000 for foreigners (approximately USD $35)
Address: Borobudur Park, Magelang, Central Java
Phone: +62 74 496402
Opening hours: 6am – 5pm


(Alternative) Or… if you’re running out of money: Sunrise at Puntuk Setumbu Hill (3.30am until 8am)

If you prefer a more affordable choice when it comes to watching the sunrise, you’ll find The One for you just 4 kilometres away. Puntuk Setumbu Hill offers the same stunning views from a different perspective, and at a fraction of the price!

Photo Via Aussieandry

More info on visiting Puntuk Setumbu Hill

Entrance Fee: Rp 15,000 for locals, Rp 30,000 for foreigners (approximately USD $2.30)
Address: Jl.Borobudur Ngadiharjo KM3, Kurahan, Karangrejo, Borobudur, Karangrejo, Borobudur, Magelang, Jawa Tengah 56553
Opening hours: 4am – 5.30pm (Monday – Friday), Open 24 hours (Saturday – Sunday)

Uncover the hidden past at Prambanan Complex (1.5-2.5 hours)

Yogyakarta is indeed full of surprises! 50 kilometres away from the largest Buddhist monument lies a massive Hindu temple that was built centuries ago.

Not only are the Prambanan Temple’s impressive structures evidence of the brilliant minds of the past, they also showcase many reliefs that illustrate the ancient Hindu religion. There’s so much to unpack, don’t forget to find a guide who can share the story behind this magnificent temple!

Photo Via Courtneysolinger

More info on visiting Prambanan Temple

Entrance Fee: Rp 40,000 for Indonesians and Rp 380,000 for foreigners (approximately USD $28.60) I Tips: You can buy a Prambanan-Ratu Boko joint ticket at the price of Rp 550,000 (approximately USD $41.40)
Address: Prambanan, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Tips: Do visit the other temples within the Prambanan complex for an extra mindblowing experience.


Lunch can’t get any more beautiful at Abhayagiri Restaurant (1-1.5 hours)

Have a taste of luxury with spectacular views only at the Abhayagiri Restaurant! Here, the view of Mount Merapi and Prambanan from a distance will surely upgrade your whole dining experience.

Their collection of traditional food with a modern touch never fails to amaze anyone. Don’t believe us? Do try out the roasted salmon and mutton rica-rica here.

Photo Via Blardanaa

More info on visiting Abhayagiri at Sumberwatu Heritage Resort

Price: Rp 35,000 – 110,000 (approximately USD $2.70 – 8.30)
Contact: +62 274 4469 277
Address:  Dusun Sumberwatu, Sambirejo, Prambanan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia 55572
Opening hours: 11am – 9pm


Go back in time at Tebing Breksi (1 hour)

Before you head to Ratu Boko for some gorgeous sunset views, take a short visit to this ancient mining site, just 3 kilometres away from the Abhayagiri Restaurant.

The timeworn sculptures here are carved to impress and the old-fashioned atmosphere will definitely enchant you.

Photo Via Devigusman_

More info on visiting Tebing Breksi

Entrance fee: Free
Parking fee: Rp 2,000 for motorbikes (approximately USD $0.15)  and Rp 5,000 for cars (USD $0.38)
Address: Sambirejo, Prambanan, Sleman Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta
Getting there: From Yogyakarta, head straight towards the Prambanan temple. At the Prambanan market, take the road on the right in the direction of Piyungan. From there it is about 3km to Tebing Breccia. Find directions to go to Candi Ijo, take a left turn and follow the road for 1km. The road to Tebing Breksi is rocky and uphill. The ride is 17.9km, which will take approximately 36 minutes.
Opening hours: 5am – 6pm

Enjoy a truly majestic sunset at Ratu Boko (2 hours)

There’s nowhere better to appreciate the sensational view of the setting sun in Yogyakarta other than at Ratu Boko, a true blue ancient palace! It’s definitely no wonder that the sunset appears ever so much more glorious here.

Photo Via Iren_ayd

More info on visiting Ratu Boko Palace

Entrance Fee: Entrance Fee: Rp 40,000 for Indonesians and Rp 380,000 for foreigners (approximately USD $28.60) I Tips: You can buy a Prambanan-Ratu Boko joint ticket at the price of Rp 550,000 (approximately USD $41.40)
Address: Jl. Raya Jogja-Solo, Prambanan, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Opening hours: 6am – 5pm

Travel between wondrous worlds at Joglo Pari Sewu (2 hours)

Don’t underestimate this place just because it seems to be a normal cottage in the middle of nowhere. Brace yourself, for Joglo Pari Sewu has lots of impressive things to offer.

From a Doraemon-themed room to a cute bear house and vast green court with amazing views, nothing’s impossible here. Not to mention their amazing Indonesian dishes like Nasi Pecel and Ayam Woku-woku – everything here is simply refreshing and delightful!

Photo Via Norel08
More info on visiting Joglo Pari Sewu

Price: Rp 5,000 – 15,000 for drinks (approximately USD $0.40 – 1.20), Rp 3,000 – 17,000 for food (approximately USD $0.30 – 1.30), and Rp 500 – 15,000 for dessert (approximately USD $0.05 – 1.20)
Address: Bromonilan, RT. 008 / RW. 003, Purwomartani, Kalasan, Sleman, D.I. Yogyakarta
Phone: 0813 4790 6126
Operational hours: 9am – 5pm

Drink up a storm in an abandoned house at TapHouse Beer Garden (1 hour)

Fancy some local beer before ending the day? If you haven’t had the chance to down drinks in an abandoned house, head on to Taphouse Beer Garden, a unique watering hole that is housed inside what looks like an abandoned building.

While you bask in the (slightly eerie) vibe of the place, you can even catch some local musicians showcasing their talent live!

Photo Via Evancalisto

More info on visiting Tap House Beer Garden & Beer House

Price: Drinks start from Rp 20,000 (approximately USD $1.50)
Address: Jl. Jlagran No 18, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta
Phone: 0812 2444 2225
Opening hours: 6:30pm – 2am (Monday – Thursday, Sunday) 6:30pm – 3am (Friday – Saturday)


Day 3 route

Day 4

Feel the excitement at Yogya’s most awe-inspiring natural sites

Now that we’re done delving into Yogya’s rich culture, let’s get back to nature and get your adrenaline pumping! Never let it be said that we don’t give you enough choices – two different options have been specially designed, so pick your path!

Have your morning “snake” at Mi Casa Es Tu Casa (1-1.5 hours)

Start your morning in this heartwarming restaurant that aims to make you feel right at home!

You can opt for authentic Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, or choose the thug life and go for fried or curried cobra and python meat!

Photo Via Bearishybear,Huihui2601

More info on visiting Mi Casa es tu Casa

Price: Rp 25,000 – 115,000 (approximately USD $1.90 – 8.70)
Address:  Sosrowijayan Wetan GTI/141, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Contact: 0858 7883 9602
Opening hours: 8am – 10pm


Explore mysterious caves at Kalisuci Cave Tubing (3-4 hours)

For once, let loose and let nature take the reins! Follow the current of the river on a floating tube and enter mysterious dark caves where you’ll find irregular formations of stalactites and stalagmites.

Photo Via Cubatefa
More info on visiting Kalisuci Cave Tubing

Entrance Fee: Rp 70,000/pax for five people or more (approximately USD $5.30) | Rp 350,000 for less than five people (approximately USD $26.40)
Address: Jetisa Wetan, Pacarejo, Semanu, Pacarejo, Gunung Kidul, Kabupaten Gunung Kidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta. The ride is a 60km drive, which will take around 1.5 hours.
Coordinates here
Phone: +62 878 3974 0730
Opening hours: 7:30am – 4pm

Be a daredevil at Timang Beach (1-2 hours)

Before the sensational view of white sea waves crashing onto coral and a bright blue sky, you can hop onto the wooden cable cart to test out how brave you truly are!

Photo Via Yangchang28

More info on visiting Timang Beach

Gondola Fee: Rp 200,000 (approximately USD $15.10)
Location: Tepus, Gunung Kidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55881
Getting There: From Wonosari, head South on Jl. Baron – turn left onto Jl. Tepus – turn left onto Jl. Pantai Selatan Jawa. Coordinates here.

(Alternative) Or… if you’re just feeling lazy: Wedi Ombo Beach

Not up for any physical activities? Soak yourself into the relaxing natural pond on this dazzling beach while waiting for the sun to slowly sink into the horizon.

Photo Via Syiwaaaank

More info on visiting Wedi Ombo Beach

Entrance Fee: Rp 5,000 (approximately USD $0.40)
Location: Balong, Girisubo, Gunung Kidul, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Getting There: From Siung Beach, head towards the Tepus Junction and turn right, stay on the road and your destination will be on the right side of the road. Coordinates here.

Dinner’s a royal affair at Bale Raos

Want to know where the royal family used to dine?

Well, you may not be able to dine at the same spot, but here in Bale Raos, you can taste the same royal cuisine that was served for the Sultan’s family.

Bestik Tongue (thick cow tongue cooked with herbs and served with potatoes and vegetables) and Baked Goat (baked mutton served with vegetable curry and sauces) are definitely must tries here!

The wide variation of local cuisine and unique atmosphere here will surely captivate you as you dig into a feast fit for a king… literally.

Photo Via Abiananthra,A2photography_indra,Andi_n_s,Pingkolie

More info on visiting Bale Raos

Price: Rp 15,000 – 60,000 (USD $1.20 – 4.50)
Address: Jl. Magangan Kulon No.1, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55283, Indonesia
Contact: +62 274 415550
Opening hours: 10am – 10pm


Shop for proof of your feats at Malioboro

To end the last night, take a walk in Malioboro to feel the liveliness of a night in Yogya. Filled with street performers, music, food and so much more, this busy street is where you can see the truly genuine side of this city.

And while in Malioboro, don’t miss out on Mirota Batik, the souvenir haven that offers tons of affordable and whacky stuff. After accomplishing so much in Yogya, how can you return home without something to remember your adventures by? A cup of charcoal dipped Javanese coffee (Kopi Joss) sounds pretty decent too!

Photo Via Savina_wong82_,Anggirika27

More info on visiting Malioboro Street

Address: Jl. Malioboro, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm (may vary)

Day 4 route

Day 5

Kick and scream because you don’t want to go home

Start your day off with a splash of colour at Via Via

Enjoy your last breakfast in Yogya in this fun and colourful resto that serves up great food and a fun spirit!

Via Via is famous for their wide collection of artisan breads, and for good reason – the Falafel Pita and Melt In The Sun sandwich will definitely make your day!

Photo Via Liapicauly aristya_vita

More info on visiting Via Via Resto Jogja

Price: From USD $3 – 9
Contact: +62 274 386557
Address: 30, Jl. Prawirotaman, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Opening hours: 7.30am – 11pm


A final shopping spree at Beringharjo and Malioboro

Before heading to the airport, make a short visit to Yogya’s oldest traditional market, Beringharjo. This market (almost a century old!) offers tons of traditional handicraft, merchandise and garments that will more than satisfy any last minute shopping cravings.

Photo Via Riyan.astono

More info on visiting Malioboro Street

Address: Jl. Malioboro, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Opening Hours: 8am – 10pm (may vary)

More info on visiting Beringharjo Market

Address: Jalan Jend. Ahmad Yani No. 16, Ngupasan, Gondomanan, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55122
Phone: (0274) 515871
Opening hours: 7am – 4pm

Day 5 route

Getting around

Although public transportation is available in Yogyakarta, it is not recommended since its schedule is not what you would call reliable. The stops also do not extend as far as many of the destinations you might want to visit. If you haven’t had your transportation arranged, here are a few options you might want to consider;

1. Rent a car with a driver/tour guide

Packages usually include fuel, toll fees, parking, and the driver’s meal throughout the day (make sure these things are made clear before making a booking). Most operators will offer similar prices ranged below Rp. 500,000 per day (USD 37) for 4-6 passengers.

Our recommendation?

Mr. Ukhi has built an excellent reputation over the years on the interwebs, and has now launched his own website. He speaks English fluently and can arrange the trip according to your requirement. Best of all, he knows all the best spots around town,  and his vehicle of choice is usually the Toyota Avanza. (However, he can definitely make arrangements for larger groups as well!)

Mr Ukhi, Yogya Driver (Tap to expand)

Price: Rp. 450,000 per day (USD 34), but may vary according to the destinations and days planned
Email: [email protected]
Phone: +62-81-2158-9136


2. Rent a car without a driver

If you are feeling a little more adventurous, Yogyakarta is not too difficult to navigate. (Do note that it would most definitely be a good idea to preload your GPS maps, or get a physical map. Mobile service can be unreliable in many parts of the Gunungkidul area).

Most rental services offer a Toyota Avanza (7-seater) at around Rp. 350,000 per day (USD 26). However, we’ve found that Cahaya Transport, the cheapest and one of the most equipped operators offers them at Rp. 250,000 per day (USD 19).

Cahaya Transport (Tap to expand)

Address: Iroyudan RT 06, Guwosari, Pajangan, Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Phone: +62 812 2712 299, +62 878 3831 2232, (0274) 368 412

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3. Rent a motorcycle

Have the most fun (and biggest bang for your buck) getting around on two wheels. Not only are they cheap to rent, they are also cheaper to run on gasoline as well as parking fees.

Bening transport offers delivery services for their motorcycles anywhere in Yogyakarta. All you have to do is provide three forms of identification, and you will be given the keys and a pair of helmets.

Bening Transport (Tap to expand)

Prices: Starts at Rp. 60,000 per day (USD 5) and Rp. 250,000 per week (USD 18)
Address: Samirono Lama CT VI/22 Sleman, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
Phone: (0274) 547 440, 826 3214

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Recommended places to stay

1. Back to nature: Greenhost Boutique Hotel Prawirotaman

Photo via adhyatama, algaartalidia
More info on Greenhost Boutique Hotel Prawirotaman

Greenhost Boutique Hotel Prawirotaman

From USD $35
Address: Jalan Prawirotaman II No. 629, Mergangsan, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55153
Contact: +62 274 389 777

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2. Playful and classy: Adhisthana hotel

More info on Adhisthana Hotel
Adhisthana Hotel

From USD $30
Address: Jl. Prawirotaman II No.613, Mergangsan, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55153
Contact: +62 274 413 888

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3. The luxurious palace: Grand Palace hotel

More info on Grand Palace hotel
Grand Palace hotel Yogyakarta

From USD $25
Address: Jl. Mangkuyudan No.32, Mantrijeron, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta 55143
Contact: +62 274 414 590

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Cost breakdown

1. Transport: $30 x 4 days = $120 for 4 persons (hiring a private car is highly recommended for this adventure itinerary)

2. Food: $55 (Estimated cost)

– Day 1: $3 lunch, $3 dinner, $4 dessert

– Day 2: $6 lunch, $3 dinner

– Day 3: $8 lunch, $5 dinner, $10 drinks

– Day 4: $5 breakfast, $4 dinner

– Day 5: $4 breakfast

3. Activities: $112.7 (calculated based on activities listed, not inclusive of shopping)

– Day 1: $2

– Day 2: $16.50

– Day 3: $74

– Day 4: $20.20 for option 1 and $37.51 for option 2

Total cost for 1 adult (excluding flight tickets and accommodation) = $30+$55+$112.70= $197.70

What do you think about this adventure itinerary to Yogyakarta and its best spots? What would you like to incorporate in your itinerary? Do comment and share with us!

PLEASE NOTE: All the above information is correct at the date of publication. If you come across any changes or updates, please let us know and we will update the information accordingly. Thank you!
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