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favehotel Malioboro Yogyakarta is conveniently located within walking distance to both Malioboro Street and Yogyakarta’s Tugu train station. For tourists we are located just 500m from the famous Tugu Monument and other historical sights of interest. This central location is perfect for both business guests and leisure travelers.

+622742923777

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Jl. I Dewa Nyoman Oka No. 30, Kota Yogyakarta, Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta, 55224

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Malioboro

Malioboro


Malioboro is the most famous street in Yogyakarta. Located in the heart of Yogya, this is the city’s main street, and was once the ceremonial avenue for the Sultan to pass through on his way to and from the Keraton. During such occasions Malioboro would be festively decorated with flowers. Some say that the name Malioboro” derives from the name of the British governor Marlborough from the era when Britain ruled the archipelago, between1811-1816.
While steeped in history, today, Malioboro is the place to come to shop. Its packed with shops selling curiosities, and street vendors offering souvenirs at affordable prices, so you’re bound to find something of interest in this street.
 

Tugu Jogja


Tugu Jogja is the most popular historical landmark monument of Yogyakarta.

Beringharjo Traditional Market

Beringharjo Traditional Market


Beringharjo is the oldest local market in Jogja, huge variety of products including Batik.

Fort Vredeburg


Former colonial fortress converted into a museum showcasing Indonesian’s struggle for independence.

Sultan Palace

Sultan Palace


Palace complex with elegant Javanese architecture incorporating a museum displaying royal artifacts.

Taman Sari Water Castle


Former Royal Garden and Water Castle built over 200 years ago for the Sultan.

Sonobudoyo Museum

Sonobudoyo Museum


This museum is founded in November 1935 and designed by the Dutch architect Kersten. This Museum is built in traditional Javanese architecture. It exhibits weapons, leather and wooden puppets of Wayang Theater, masks, statues, textiles, curios and old Javanese gamelan instruments. The museum is situated on the northern side of the city's main square in front of the Sultan's Palace. 
 

Borobudur


Magnificent 9th century Buddhist Temple, Indonesia’s most visited tourist attraction and UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Prambanan

Prambanan


9th century Hindu temple, the largest in Indonesia and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Ratu Boko Temple


Hilltop temple with old ruins of historical value, mix of Buddhist and Hindu structures.

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