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Kraton : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

“The Main Court showcases the grandeur of Sultan's monarchy, the Residence is more homey while still exhibiting the royal family's luxurious lifestyle. Open 8.30AM-2PM daily, on Friday close at 11PM”
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Police Station
“The royal palace of Yogyakarta. Yes, we still have a Sultan sitting on the throne. You may not be able to see His Majesty Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono X, but you can see parts of the royal palace, its history, and its role in modern days.”
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“The Sultan Water Palace is a must see cultural spot on walking distance from your villa. This shows you the ancient sultan relaxation. Also very popular amongst local tourists”
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Frame Store
“Here you will find the water palace of the sultan and many local shopping options”
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“For those who like sightseeing at night and get a glance of traditional entertainment of Yogyakarta.”
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Javanese Restaurant
“The special Food Of Yogyakarta or the traditional food here . made by young jack-fruit , coconut milk , egg , chicken , krecek . Sweet taste , just taste it ! :) See You SOON! ”
8 habitants locaux recommandent
“there's a lot of lamp decorated rickshaw (called "odong-odong") at night. famous for walking pass the twin banyan trees planted on the city square, with eyes blindfolded, known as masangin, which stands for "masuk dua beringin”
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“The most famous square in the city. You must go there during the night to enjoy many street foods and some street attractions. There is also a famous challenge here in which you have to go through between two big trees that are located at the centre of the park. Once you made it, it is believed that you will be lucky enough to get what you've been wishing for. You also can ride unique bicycles that are full of lights and they have various shapes that will attract your attention.”
3 habitants locaux recommandent
Historic Site
“Taman Sari is one of the most beautiful buildings in Yogyakarta. This is the place where the concubines of the Sultan were used to take a bath. ”
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“A dinner with outdoor type restaurant serve various traditional and western cuisine.”
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“The Kraton Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat is a palace complex in the city of Yogyakarta, Indonesia. It is the seat of the reigning Sultan of Yogyakarta and his family. The complex is a center of Javanese culture, and contains a museum displaying royal artifacts. It is guarded by the Yogyakarta Kraton Guards. The complex was built in 1755–1756 for Hamengkubuwono I, the first Sultan of Yogyakarta. It was one of the monarch's first acts after the signing of the Treaty of Giyanti, which recognized the creation of the Sultanate of Yogyakarta under the Dutch East India Company. A banyan forest, protected from flooding by its location between two rivers, was chosen as the site for the palace. Tugu Yogyakarta (the Gilig golong monument), on the north side of the old city, symbolizes "unification between the king (golong) and the people (gilig)". The palace's artifacts are believed to have the power to repulse evil. The palace hosts gamelan, dance, macapat and wayang performances. Besides exploring the Kraton, do not forget to wander around Taman sari (Taman sari water castle) where the princesses used to bath in the early days.”
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“This is my husband's business. The ideal place for a coffee break, while visiting Kraton Yogyakarta. The coffee shop is not far from Taman Sari or Water Castle. Among their specialities (sultan tea or spice coffee), they serve the most expensive coffee in the world, aka kopi loewak or luwak coffee. If you want to try it and know it all about its rare production process (yes, the coffee beans have actually been pooped by an animal called luwak), just follow the signs leading you there, or ask us for the directions.”
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Local Government Office
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Historic Site
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