Terletak hanya 20 menit dari Bandara Internasional Adisucipto - 45 Menit dari Bandara New Airport Yogyakarta, 10 menit dari Malioboro. 5 menit berjalan kaki ke Alun-alun Kidul, 10 menit berjalan kaki ke Istana Air Tamansari, 5 menit berjalan kaki ke jalan Prawirotaman, 15 menit berkendara ke Kebun Binatang Gembiraloka, 10 menit berkendara ke De Mata & De Arca 3D. Museum, 10 menit berkendara ke Kerajinan Perak Kotagede, 10 menit berjalan kaki ke Ramayana Ballet Purawisata, 7 menit berkendara ke Gudeg Wijilan, 10 menit berkendara ke Benteng Vredeburg, 10 menit berkendara ke Taman Pintar.

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The Alana Hotel and Conference Center Malioboro
    Jl Mayjen Sutoyo No. 52
    Yogyakarta 55143
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Kraton Yogyakarta

Kraton Yogyakarta

Kraton Yogyakarta is the largest and most beautiful example of local architecture. Alive with symbolic meaning, a philosophy of life and various symbols of human existence crafted into it. Yogyakarta Palace is not only home to the king and his family, but also has become the flame guard of Javanese culture. Here you can learn from seeing directly how Javanese culture is still preserved in the fast pace of a developing world.

Water Castle Taman Sari

The sound of splashing water, the beauty of its ancient architecture, and its wonderful view make Taman Sari very enchanting. Its alleys and buildings give Taman Sari many secrets to reveal.


The Legendary Street Malioboro

The Legendary Street 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 and bustling with people. 


Museum Batik

Various types of batik from various regions in Indonesia can be found here, ranging from the Yogyakarta Batik Indramayu, to many other Indonesia Batik craftsmen. On the opposite side of Jl A Yani, is the Benteng Vredeburg , a Dutch-era fort that’s been converted into a museum. It houses dioramas showing the history of the independence movement in Yogyakarta. The architecture is worth a look, and the dioramas are designed to inspire Indonesian patriots.

Museum Kereta

Museum Kereta

This museum has a very long history, pioneered during the leadership of Sultan Hamengkubuwono VII, and features many displays found nowhere else in the world. At Kereta Museum, you will find 23 carts which were used by the Sultan, all complete with the saddles, soldier hats, soldier buckles, apparel of horses, horses' replicas, painting collections, etc. You have to pay 4,000 rupiahs to enter, then you are welcomed to look around the museum and take photos.



Kota Gede has been famed as the hub of Yogya’s silver industry since the 1930s. This quiet old town, which is now a suburb of Yogyakarta, was the first capital of the Mataram kingdom, founded by Panembahan Senopati in 1582. Senopati is buried in the small graveyard of an old mosque located to the south of the town’s central market. You can visit the sacred tomb, but be sure to wear conservative dress when visiting. On days when the tomb is closed there is not much to see here. Jl Kemasan, the main street leading into town from the north, is lined with busy silver workshops. Most of the shops have similar stock, including hand-beaten bowls, boxes, fine filigree and modern jewellery.


Alun Alun Kidul

Alun Alun Kidul

At night, the Southern City Square located behind the King's Palace is always full of people looking for affordable amusement. The flickering lamps of odong-odong driving around the square adds to the merry atmoshphere. 


Museum De Mata & De Arca

Whimsical museum featuring exhibits with scenic backdrops to create interactive optical illusions.