Water Palace is a scenic spot in Yogyakarta City, and the ticket price is finally less expensive. Originally a royal swimming pool, the Water Palace was destroyed by war. The water palace itself is very small. After entering it, you can see a pool through the door. The pool is surrounded by various rooms, but all of them are empty. Because the scenic spot is too small, the pool edge is full of people, it is difficult to take good pictures. There are various reliefs and patterns on the doors and walls of the palace. They are very beautiful. The whole scenic spot can be finished in about 10 minutes. After coming out of the water palace, it is a street with artistic flavor. You can find some small things.
Located in the center of Yogyakarta, near the Sultan Palace, the Water Palace is a complex of ponds, canals and palaces. Need to buy tickets to enter, the area is very small, go straight into the door to see the pond, which was built later, about half an hour to go through, and can not go back. After going out, there are some shops, selling some artworks and souvenirs, which can be browsed.
Kraton of Jogyakarta is the palace of the Sultan of Yogyakarta. This is a nearly 250-year-old Forbidden City in the heart of Yogyakarta, built in 1756 by Hamengu Buvono I, the first king of the Sultanate of Yogyakarta. The unique feature of the Palace Museum is that after Indonesia's independence, the government allowed the original royal family to continue living in the palace, and the servants used in the palace still wore ancient clothes. The palace is now occupied by Hamengu Sultan Buvono X, whose father Hamengu Buvono IX was a former Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia.
Yogyakarta Water Palace, also known as the Watercastle, is not far from Mario Polo Street. It was the Palace used by the King of Sudan for bathing and swimming. There was a huge swimming pool in it. Unfortunately, the day I went was late and the door was closed. Unfortunately, I couldn't go in to play. I had to take some pictures outside.
The palace where the King of Sudan and his concubines used to play was of elegant and private architectural style. It was said that the architect was a Portuguese. After being built, he was executed by the King for keeping secrets. It was cruel. Many Indonesian students paint and sketch here. Aliens'tickets are 12,000 Indonesian rupees.