Yogyakarta is an important tourist and cultural city in Indonesia. It has two world cultural heritage sites and is also the cultural center of Indonesia. The people here are enthusiastic, and most of them have good English. They can ask for help at any time. The quiet place is very literary and artistic. The lively place is a paradise for food, and it is not expensive. We suggest staying here for a few more days to enjoy the mysterious and beautiful Javan culture.
Yogyakarta is the most cost-effective place in Indonesia. Its economy is very underdeveloped. Many shops on the streets are closed, so prices are very cheap. Residents are simple and enthusiastic, and the taste of things is acceptable. Yogyakarta's airport is relatively backward. At first glance, it looks a little like farmhouse music. The local exchange rate for cash outside the airport is very bad! Pit!
Jogyakarta/Yogya/Jogja, Central and Southern Java Special Zone, Indonesia. The Indian Ocean lies to the south. It covers an area of 3,169 square kilometers (1,224 square miles). The western half of the coastal plain is 24 kilometers (15 miles) wide. The soil is formed by lava and volcanic ash. The eastern part of the Kendang Plateau extends from east to west, reaching the coast. The main rivers Ojo, including the tributaries Opak and Progo, flow southward into the Indian Ocean. The inhabitants of coastal lowlands are mainly engaged in agriculture and fishery. It produces rice, rubber, dried coconut nuts and sugar.
The busiest place in Yogyakarta is Pineapple Street in Mario, but the real heart is chaotic and there are many roadside stalls, but most of them are barbecues, the sanitary conditions are not complimentary, and the old city where the palace is located is quite clean and quiet.