Yogyakarta is one of the provinces in Indonesia, which is given special status as a special province because this city has a history and cultures are very unique and the society still maintains it. The presence of this city which has a range predicate is started from the formation of Jogja’s monarchy in 1755.
Yogyakarta things to do
Many things you can do in Yogyakarta. This city has many places that must be visited. It has a beach, mount, culinary adventure, a traditional market that can interest the visitors and the important thing that is in Yogyakarta is the temples and palace. This reason is why Jogja is the second most visited destination in Indonesia, after Bali.
Borobudur, Prambanan & Ramayana Ballet
The most experience adventure is you can see the Borobudur sunrise. It is really a beautiful view; it is the privileged access to Borobudur before it opens to the public. You can see it at about 04.30 AM. Then you can see the Prambanan temple and Ratu Boko temple.
At Prambanan, you can view Ramayana Ballet. Based on an epic Hindu history, the story of model king Rama was adapted to become an important local dance, encompassing the Javanese style, culture, and music. Whilst the story originated in India, the Javanese version is truly representative of the local art and culture.
In the evenings, this ballet comes to life, enacted by over 200 professional dancers and musicians on an open-air stage that takes advantage of the Prambanan Temples as a backdrop.