• Omah Dhuwur Restaurant | Dine In Restaurants | Yogyakarta

    Omah Dhuwur Restaurant offers architectural grandeur and resonates with local history. This place is housed in a sprawing 150 years that blends contemporary Javanese and colonial Dutch design. Omah Dhuwur means “tall house” in Javanese. This restaurant building will be remembering you the times of Ancient Mataram age of 1740 (the lower or Joglo compartment) […]

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  • Watu Kodok Beach

    Access to the beach can be passed towards the city center then follow the route towards more Baron, after it entered the Gate Baron turn right direction to follow the path to the Indrayanti Beach. To enter this beach there is a signpost to the beach Beetle on a side street The white sands and […]

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  • Embung Banjaroya

    This Embung which has an area of 60 — 30 meters is a rain-fed reservoir capable of storing up to 10 thousand cubic meters of water. Embung Banjaroya normally used to irrigate gardens durian which covers 30 hectares during the dry season. Embung is located in the hilly region, in the village Menoreh Banjaroya, Kalibawang, […]

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  • Sumur Gumuling

    Sumur Gumuling was a mosque with deep architecture philosophies. The main gate is only one to enter and exit, the philosophy is that human is created by God and human will return to God. The real sumur (well) is located in the middle of the building and on the upper part there are stairs to […]

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  • Sri Gethuk Waterfall

    Sri Gethuk waterfall also referred to as Niagara Slempret. Slempret name itself comes from the legend in the village Bleberan. According to the story circulating in the community, this is its waterfall genie with the head of Jin Anggo Menduro. Sri Gethuk Waterfall is one of the natural tourist attraction located in the hamlet Menggoran, […]

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  • Sermo Reservoir

    Reservoir which was inaugurated by President Soeharto 20 November 1996 ago, created by damming Ngrancah time, with the cost of construction reached Rp 22 billion and be completed within two years and eight months. For the construction of this dam, the Government of Kulon Progo perform mass transmigration alias “bedol village”. A total of 100 […]

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