City Tour and Markets – Batik, Silver, Handicrafts

» Posted on Aug 15, 2012 | 0 comments

Malioboro – Coming from the Sanskrit language which means bouquet of flowers, Malioboro becomes flower that its charm is able to attract tourists. Not only full of stories and memories, Malioboro also becomes souvenir paradise in the heart of Jogja.

Beringharjo – Beringharjo has been functioning as a trading place since 1758. Now, it offers more merchandise, ranging from batik, traditional snacks, Javanese herbs, to Buddha effigy costing hundreds thousands.

Kasongan – Close look at ceramic handicrafts making that is done from generation to generation while hunting beautiful hand-made collections produced by skillful craftsmen.

 - DeJongAsia – Yogyakarta Tour -

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