Jogjakarta Heritage Tour Package
DAY 1 : ARRIVAL JOGJAKARTA ~ PRAMBANAN - PLAOSAN (L/D)
Welcome to Jogjakarta , arrival meets and greet by our professional guide. Straight we start our tour visit Sambisari temple, Prambanan Temple is extraordinarily beautiful building constructed in the tenth century during the reigns of two kings namely Rakai Pikatan and Rakai Balitung. Soaring up to 47 meters (5 meters higher than Borobudur temple), the foundation of this temple has fulfilled the desire of the founder to show Hindu triumph in Java Island, then continue to Plaosan temple, Plaosan complex is divided into 2 groups, namely the North Plaosan Temple and the South Plaosan Temple. Both of the temples have square terrace that is encircled by wall, a pillbox for meditation at the west part and dome on other side. Because of that similarity, the appearance of both temples are the same when they are seen from distant so that Plaosan temple is also called the twin temples direct to Hotel for overnight
DAY 2 : BOROBUDUR - FULL DAY JOGJAKARTA
Breakfast at hotel, direct to then direct to Merapi volcano view Kaliadem – Kaliurang to see the residual of Merapi eruption , then direct to Ullen Setalu Museum located in Kaliurang – slope of Mt. Merapi which have fresh atmosphere. It’s a private museum that was initiated by Haryono family and now is managed by Ulating Blencong Foundation. It was established in 1994 and officially inaugurated on March 1, 1997, coinciding with the date commemorated every year as a historical day for Yogyakarta City. The inauguration was done by KGPAA Paku Alam VIII, who was at that time the Governor of Yogyakarta Special Province. This museum have some collection which connected with history of mataram – java kingdom and also java culture & tradition ( for examples: gamelan, batik, pictures, etc ). afternoon direct to Borobudur is the biggest Buddhist temple in the ninth century measuring 123x123 meters was built by King Samaratungga on eof the king of Old Mataram Kingdom the decendant of Syailendra Dynasti, continue to Candi Mendut (Mendut Temple) is older than Candi Borobudur there are sory of children in it walls, then direct to Candi Pawon (Pawon temple) its not a grave but a place to keep King Indra’s weapon namely Vajranala, then direct to hotel, free
DAY 3 : CITY TOUR – BOKO SUNSET
After having b’fast we will start for Jogja City tours by visiting Sultan palace, or called Kraton or the Palace where Sultan and his family of Yogyakarta live is located in the center of the axis stretching from the north to the south, and in the secondary axis from the east to the west. It is encircled by row of the mountains called the Horizon as the border of the universe continue to Taman Sari Water Castle was a recreation garden or a resting house for the Sultan and Family, was built in the Sultan Hamengku Buwono I period in the end of XVII Century, located about 1 km south Yogyakarta Palace. Built by Portuguese architect in European aquatic construction adorned with Javanese Symbolize ornament, lunch at local restaurant, Ratu Boko Sunset enjoy the Sunset and Jogjakarta city from Ratu Boko Palace. The palace that initially was named Abhayagiri Vihara that means a monastery on a peaceful hill. This palace is located 196 meters above the sea level, Lunch & Dinner will be served at local restaurant.
DAY 4 : JOGJAKARTA DEPARTURE
Early morning call check-out procedure, and transfer to airport to leave Jogja.
- Hotel pick-ups are for city center hotels only. For pick-ups outside of city center, additional fees will apply.
- Children below 2 years old are free of charge.
- For more than 7 pax, professional English Speaking Guide will be assigned
- Other languages are available on request with additional charge.
- Kindly contact us directly to get promotional rate for more than 4 pax
- Room have not been blocked yet, confirmation will be subject to availability.
- Driver cum Guide (English Speaking)
- Tour as per itinerary
- Transportation by air-conditioned vehicle
- Daily breakfast at respective hotel
- Accommodation at choices hotels
- Airport tax
- Return flight tickets
- Hotel Surcharge (if any)
- Visa fee (If required)
- Tips and gratuities
- Personal expenses
- Entrance Fee /Optional Activity