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 ...
An old-school backpackers' hang-out, the Baru bakes great bread and caters quite well to vegetarians, but the rest of the enormous menu...
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.