Yogyakarta is a vibrant cultural city that offers much to discover. Ranging from historical landmarks and beautiful natures, to attractions where you can witness heritage arts living. The city is surrounded by well-preserved remnants of the past, contrasted against modern buildings, with busy streets and street hawkers. Here’s some tips and info to guide your travel in Yogyakarta!
Average temperature is around 30 degree Celcius. So make sure to bring the right clothes.
The majority of people living in Yogyakarta are Muslim. In this case, alcoholic drinks are not commonly sold as beverage in any store.
Be very careful when changing your money. Always check the rate of exchange and commission (if any). Most importantly, always count your money before you leave the money changer or you can simply ask our committee to show you the trusted money changer here.
Since Yogyakarta is a very cultural city, it is also filled with so many delicious traditional food. Each district in Yogyakarta, would often have their own special kind of food. People who come to Yogyakarta would always bring home some of the food for their loved ones. Some popular food that come from Yogyakarta is gudeg, bakpia, and gethuk.
If this is your first few times in Yogyakarta, we suggest you to eat and drink only at clean and reputable restaurants. Always maintain your hygiene! It is gently reminder for you to wash your hands before and after eating. Dont forget to keep yourself hydrated.