Gedung Negara (Governor's Building)
The seat of power in the Yogya region.
This dusty, dimly lit treasure chest is the pick of Yogya’s museums, with a first-class collection of Javanese art, including wayang...
Jogja's central mosque and its largest.
Popular two-hour performances nightly from 8pm to 10pm (20,000Rp); the first half-hour involves the reading of the story in Javanese, so...
The coolest new spot in the area is set in an old colonial building, dotted with reclaimed booths and lit by raw bulbs and old camping...
Jl A Yani · interesting places nearby
Pasar Beringharjo information
Yogya’s main market, 800m north of the kraton , is a lively and fascinating place. The front section has a wide range of batik – mostly inexpensive batik cap (stamped batik). More interesting is the old section towards the back. Crammed with warungs and stalls selling a huge variety of fruit and vegetables, this is still very much a traditional market. The range of rempah rempah (spices) on the 1st floor is quite something. Come early in the morning for maximum atmosphere.