Yogyakarta city tour is a trip designed for your holiday easily. With this trip you will see all the beauty and cultural diversity which is owned by yogyakarta in one day trip. The trip can be completed within 8 - 10 hours a day, with about four or five destination visited to explore one of the most bustling cities of Java that is often known as the cultural capital and one of the last traditional Javanese cities.
We provide private transport (inclusive driver, fuel, parking) to explore beauty and cultural places. The tour driver will pick you up and escort you to remarkable places in Yogyakarta city and its surroundings.
Enjoy a full-day trip exploring Yogyakarta. Visiting Borobudur Temple, Sultan Palace / Tamansari watercastle and Prambanan archeological park are the highlights of the city.
Start at 7.00 a.m ; Estimate 8 - 10 Hours Trip
Reservation minimum two day in advance
start from IDR 550,000 / car (transport & parking only)
comfortable for 3 - 4 pax with luggage
- Private A/C Transportation pickup & return to your hotel
- Inclusive driver & fuel as per program
- Personal expenses
- Entrance ticket
- Travel insurance
- Additional tour option
07.00 am - Pick up from the hotel (Yogyakarta), go to Borobudur area
08.30 am - Enjoy the Borobudur temple
10.00 am - back to yogyakarta city
11.30 pm - Visit Sultan Palace ground complex
01.00 pm - Lunch (optional)
02.00 pm - Visit Malioboro and Batik Factory shop
04.00 pm - Visit Prambanan Temple
06.00 pm - Drop to the hotel
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