Yogyakarta has a complete tourist destination both in highland, urban / suburban and coastal land areas. The highland region itself is spread from Sleman (Merapi with its Lava Tour) to the Breksi Cliff Park in Prambanan.

While Kulon Progo is famous for the Menoreh mountains, namely the Suroloyo Peak which can clearly see the existence of Borobudur Temple. Then, the Nglinggo Tea Plantation, Kalibiru with Sermonya Reservoir, and Purwosari are in great demand with 'sky swing'.

In Bantul there is the Mangunan Hill which has many interesting destinations such as Becici Peak, Pinus Sari Forest, Skyline, Watu Goyang, and so on.
For urban / suburban areas, tourists will find temples. Starting from Prambanan, Ratu Boko, Sewu, Sambisari, Kalasan, and others.

Then there are heritage such as Kraton Jogja, Tamansari, and Kotagede. Then there are museums including Sonobudoyo, Dirgantara, Affandi Museum, Wayang Museum, and others. Then there is the Smart Park, Happy Loka Zoo, Malioboro, and so on.
Many beautiful and interesting beaches to visit, both black sand beaches in Bantul and beaches with white sand in Kulonprogo and Gunungkidul.

Borobudur is a Buddhist temple located in Borobudur, Magelang Central Java, Indonesia. This temple is located approximately 40 km northwest of Yogyakarta. The temple in the form of a stupa was founded by Mahayana Buddhists around the year 800 AD during the reign of the Syailendra wangsa. Borobudur is the largest temple or Buddhist temple in the world as well as one of the largest Buddhist monuments in the world.

This monument consists of six square terraces above which there are three circular courtyards, on its walls decorated with 2,672 relief panels and originally there are 504 Buddha statues. Borobudur has the most complete collection of Buddhist reliefs in the world.

Prambanan Temple or Roro Jonggrang Temple is the largest Hindu temple complex in Indonesia which was built in the 9th century AD. This temple complex is located in Prambanan sub-district, Sleman and Prambanan sub-district, Klaten, approximately 17 kilometers northeast of Yogyakarta.

This temple is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the largest Hindu temple in Indonesia, as well as one of the most beautiful temples in Southeast Asia. The architecture of this building is tall and slender in accordance with Hindu architecture in general with the Shiva temple as the main temple having a height of up to 47 meters towering in the middle of a complex of smaller temples.

There are several historic objects in this region, including Tugu Yogyakarta, Tugu Station, Gedung Agung, Beringharjo Market, Fort Vredeburg.
Jalan Malioboro is very famous for street vendors who peddle Jogja's unique handicrafts and evening lesehan stalls that sell Jogja warm food and are well-known as gathering places for artists who often express their abilities such as playing music, painting, hapening art, pantomime, and others along this road.

Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Palace or Yogyakarta Palace is the official palace of the Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Sultanate which is now located in the city of Yogyakarta.

The palace still serves as the residence of the sultan and his court household who still carry out the tradition of the sultanate to this day which is now also one of the tourist attractions in the city of Yogyakarta. Some of the palace complexes are museums that hold various collections belonging to the sultanate, replicas of palace heirlooms, and gamelan. In terms of the building, this palace is one of the best examples of Javanese palace architecture, has luxurious halls and fields and a spacious pavilion.

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