Travel to yogyakarta
yogyakarta is a beautiful small city in West Java with a local population of 3.8 million people, spread all over Yogyakarta. travel to yogyakarta and enjoy the city is known for its friendly hospitality of its inhabitants who live in harmony side by side with ancient Javanese customs.
The Special Region of Yogyakarta is located in the southern part of the island of Java, and is bordered by the Provinces of Central Java and the Indian Ocean. The Special Region which has an area of 3,185.80 km2 consists of one city, and four districts, which are subdivided into 78 when / at a time, and 438 kelurahan / kelurahan.
Yogyakarta is divided into 4 districts in other areas as follows :
Yogyakarta is about 7 hours 42 minutes (562.4 km) via Jl. The Cikopo – Palimanan toll road from the capital city of the Republic of Indonesia jakarta and is about 4 hours 45 minutes (324.6 km) via Jl. Tol Salatiga – Kertosono from the biggest capital city of East Java, Surabaya
The city of Yogyakarta is the capital and center of government of the Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The city of Yogyakarta is the residence of Sultan Hamengkubuwana and Duke of Paku Alam.
The following is a list of famous places in Yogyakarta, among others:
Malioboro Street is the name of one of the three streets in Yogyakarta that stretches from Yogyakarta Monument to the intersection of the Yogyakarta Post Office. Overall it consists of Jalan Margo Utomo, Jalan Malioboro and Jalan Margo Mulyo. This road is the axis of the Yogyakarta Palace Imaginary Line. On December 20, 2013, at 10.30 by Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X the names of two Malioboro roads were returned to their original names, Jalan Pangeran Mangkubumi became Margo Utomo Street, and Jalan Jenderal Achmad Yani became Jalan Margo Mulyo. There are several historical objects in this three-street area, including Tugu Yogyakarta, Tugu Station, Gedung Agung, Beringharjo Market, Benteng Vredeburg, and 1st March Oemoem Monument. Malioboro Street is very famous for street vendors selling peddlers typical of Jogja and lesehan food stalls at night selling Jogja warm food and famous as a gathering place for artists who often express their abilities such as playing music, painting, hapening art, pantomime, and others along this road.
Taman Sari Tourism Village
Taman Sari Yogyakarta or Taman Sari Keraton Yogyakarta is the site of a former garden or palace palace of the Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Palace, which can be compared to the Bogor Botanical Gardens as the gardens of the Bogor Palace. This garden was built during the time of Sultan Hamengku Buwono I in 1758-1765 / 9. Initially, the park which got the title “The Fragrant Garden” has an area of more than 10 hectares with around 57 buildings in the form of buildings, bathing pools, suspension bridges, water canals, as well as artificial lakes and artificial islands and underwater passageways. The garden, which was used effectively between 1765-1812, initially stretched from the southwest of the Kedhaton complex to the southeast of the M Merchant complex. But at the moment, the only remnants of Taman Sari that can be seen are in the southwest of the Kedhaton complex. That said, Taman Sari was built in the former palace of the old, Pesanggrahan Garjitawati, which was founded by Susuhunan Paku Buwono II as a place to rest horse carriage that will go to Imogiri. As the leader of the Taman Sari development project, Tumenggung Mangundipuro was appointed. All development costs will be borne by the Regent of Madiun, Tumenggung Prawirosentiko, and all their people
The Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Palace or the Yogyakarta Palace is the official palace of the Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Sultanate which is now located in the City of Yogyakarta, the Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Although the sultanate officially became part of the Republic of Indonesia in 1950, the palace building complex still functions as the residence of the sultan and his royal household which still runs the imperial tradition to this day. This palace is now also one of the attractions in the city of Yogyakarta. Most of the palace complex is a museum that holds various collections belonging to the empire, including various gifts from European kings, replicas of the palace heirlooms, and gamelan. In terms of the building, this palace is one of the best examples of Javanese palace architecture, it has lavish public halls and large grounds and pavilions.
Fort Vredeburg Museum
The Vredeburg Fort Museum is a fortress located in front of the Agung Building and the Sultanate Palace of Yogyakarta. Now, this fort becomes a museum. In a number of buildings in this fort there are dioramas about the history of Indonesia.
Why Are Yogyakarta Called Special Regions?
Yogyakarta is called a special region because until now it is still in the form of a kingdom. Since when did Yogyakarta have a nickname as Yogyakarta Special Region?
Precisely since August 15, 1950, the Law of the Republic of Indonesia confirmed that Yogyakarta was a special region on a par with the provinces. This privilege is illustrated in the law through the special status of Yogyakarta with a special system of regional autonomy.
The existence of the Sultanate of Yogyakarta and the Pakualaman Duchy since ancient times, became the forerunner to the emergence of the features. Talks about establishing Yogyakarta as a special region actually began before Indonesia’s independence. However, it cannot easily embed special words, it requires a formulation of a law to make it legal before the law.
To establish the position of Yogyakarta requires a very long time. Even during the RUU session, there were differences of opinion between BP KNID and the two rulers in Yogyakarta. BP KNID wants Yogyakarta to become an ordinary area like the general area. Whereas the two monarch rulers in Yogyakarta want Yogyakarta to become a special region. Until finally, the results of the session formed a bill totaling 10 articles and were approved by the two leaders of the monarchy.
Furthermore, the two kings issued a proclamation as a form of agreement with the BP DIY DPR on May 18, 1946. Through this notice, the name of the Special Region of Yogyakarta was pinned and became a sign of the union of the two monarchies in Yogyakarta.
The Law Regulates the Right to Have Special Regional Autonomy
As quoted from the official website of the Financial and Development Supervisory Agency in an article titled ‘History of Yogyakarta Privileges’, it is stated that Indonesia with the capital city of Yogyakarta is only a state of the United Republic of Indonesia (RIS) which has its position in Jakarta until August 17, 1950. After that it regulated in a statute.
“Formally formed by Law No. 3/1950 amended by Law No. 19 of 1950. Both laws were enacted starting 15 August 1950 with PP No. 31 of 1950. Law 3/1950 on the Establishment of the Special Region of Yogyakarta is very short (only 7 articles and an annex to the list of autonomy authorities) “wrote on the website.
The two laws were then enacted on August 15, 1950 with Government Regulation No. 31 of 1950, although the date of its adoption was on March 3, 1950. There are only 7 articles in it. Each governs the matter of the name of the privilege, the capital city, the people’s representative council, as well as household matters.
Of these laws are regulated by the region, the capital city, the number of DPRD members, the types of authority, and transitional rules. In Law Number 3/1950, it is clearly stated that Yogyakarta is a special province equivalent to the province but not a province. The Special Region of Yogyakarta is not a constitutional kingdom.
The naming of a special region is equivalent to a province and is actually similar to a province but has different legal and political consequences. For example in the case of regional head and deputy regional head.
so if you have a vacation plan to Yogyakarta you will arrive Adisutjipto International Airport and can book a private airport shuttle service to your hotel or look for public transportation such as can and local motorcycle taxi that will welcome you with a smile of simplicity has local residents of Yogyakarta.