Yogyakarta, or commonly known as Jogja, one of the foremost cultural centers of Java. Located at the foot of the active Merapi volcano, Jogja is an important center of Javanese culture and tradition since its founding as the heart of the Mataram kingdom back in 1745. Its magical atmosphere and its people’s hospitality never fails to leave a sweet impression to its visitors.

PRICE: IDR 1.345K /pax
PERIOD : Normal Season 2018

ITINERARY:
DAY 1
– Upon arrival at Yogyakarta airport/train station, we provide pick-up service
– Transfer to hotel for check-in
– Dinner at local restaurant (personal cost)
– Transfer back to hotel, Free program
Meals: -/-/-

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DAY 2
– Breakfast at the hotel
– Taking you to Magelang to visit Borobudur Temple
– Borobudur Village Tour on classic VW convertible
– Return to Jogja and back to hotel
Meals: B/-/-

VW Cabrio Tour Borobudur Village

DAY 3
– Breakfast at the hotel
– Visiting Yogyakarta Sultan Palace
– Sultan’s Water Castle
– Malioboro
– Batik & Bakpia Shopping Tour
– Transfer to Yogyakarta airport/train station for departure
– End of service
Meals: B/-/-

Borobudur Sunrise (photo by Justine Hong-Flickr)

REMARKS:
– Price is valid for domestic & min. quota 3 pax
– Accommodation: Favehotel Malioboro/similar (3***)
– Price is subject to change

PRICE INCLUDES:
- Private AC transport (transfer service & tour)
- 3*** hotel accommodation for 2 nights + breakfast
(Favehotel Malioboro or similar – triple sharing)
- Tour as program include entrance fee
- VW Tour Borobudur
- Driver as tour assistance
- Mineral water 2 bottle /pax/day (D2, D3)
- Parking fee
PRICE EXCLUDES:
- Flight / train tickets
- Extra tour
- Meals (Lunch - Dinner)
- Personal expenses (porter, personal meals, etc.)
- Driver tipping
- Long weekend/high/peak season surcharges

MORE INFO:
Call/WA : Widi +62 878-8546-5528
Email : mattapariwisata@gmail.com
Phone : 0274 – 865 888 / 865 346

Malioboro Street photo by backpackerjakarta

Tamansari Water Castle (photo by Widimono)