Visit DIY Yogjakarta : Museum of the Yogyakarta Sultanate Palace (Keraton Yogyakarta).
Keraton Yogyakarta (Yogyakarta) or often referred to Ngayogyakarta Palace is located in the heart of the province of Yogyakarta Special Region (DIY), Indonesia. Because it is located in the center of Yogyakarta, which is taken as a straight line between Mount Merapi and the South Sea, the palace became the center of both.
|Royal Musical Instrument, Gamelan.|
During its development, the Keraton Jogja many had their ups and downs leadership schism. The most famous is Giyanti agreement in 1755, in which the kingdom was divided into 2 (two) the eastern region which is now a palace of Surakarta (solo - the next adventure) and the western region called the Sultan of Jogjakarta. However, the Keraton Jogja also keeps a history that can not be forgotten by the people of Indonesia, including in the struggle for Indonesian independence and maintain.
|The Appearance of Abdi Dalem,or Inner Royal Servants.|
In addition, the Keraton Jogja is very thick with cultural heritage of ethnic Javanese very amazing that still can be found around and within the palace itself. When adventurers to Sultan of Yogyakarta then, that's the simple description of the culture and beauty of the land of Java. Represented in almost all the interesting places and very intriguing. How not, in the palace is still a lot to save on a variety of arts, culture results, a variety of custom clothing and form a beautiful Javanese-style house. Does not stop there, in the palace of Yogyakarta also demonstrate how the Javaness flexibility in communicating and friendly with all the people who come there. Very exotic and interesting.
|The Statue of A Javaness Women Painting Bateeq.|
Adventurers are not required to wear a hat or sunglasses when entering into the palace, nothing just to honor the culture Javanese. Hours of visit to the palace for the day Sunday and other days in the limit of 07 hours am - 12 pm. Tips: Please to come to the palace of Yogyakarta around 9, because there is a typical Javanese dance performances as Serimpi nicely done and amazing.
|The Photo of The Last King, Sultan Hamengkubuwono X.|