On the western side of the alun-alun , Mesjid Agung, featuring classical Javanese architecture, is the largest and most sacred mosque in...
Once the hub of an empire, today the Kraton Surakarta is a faded memorial of a bygone era. It’s worth a visit, but much of the kraton ...
The high school for the performing arts has dance practice from 8am to noon Monday to Thursday and Saturday, and 8am to 11am Friday....
Old school backpackers' hang-out, the Baru bakes great bread and caters quite well to vegetarians but the rest of the enormous menu is a...
Jl Slamet Riyadi · interesting places nearby
Galabo is a kind of open-air food court with dozens of stalls – tuck into local specialties like nasi gudeg (unripe jackfruit served with rice, chicken and spices), nasi liwet (rice cooked in coconut milk and eaten with a host of side dishes) or the beef noodle soup timlo solo here. It’s very sociable, though you’ll have to bring your own Bintang.