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Tourist Destinations: 1 Day Itinerary in the Middle of Yogyakarta City, Travel While Learning

The Special Region of Yogyakarta (DIY) is one of the favorite tourist destinations in Indonesia. There are various tourist attractions, ranging from.

Illustration - Malioboro Street, Yogyakarta, Central Java 

Learn the history of the struggle of the Indonesian people at Fort Vredeburg

Fort Vredeburg Museum is located at Jalan Margo Mulyo Number 6, Ngupasan, Gondomanan, Yogyakarta. This museum is a historical information center in Yogyakarta.

Visitors can see various dioramas in the Fort Vredeburg Museum.

One of them is the Indonesian Red Cross diorama. 

Visitors only need to pay an entrance ticket of IDR 3,000 for adults and IDR 2,000 for children. The Fort Vredeburg Museum is open daily from 7.30 am to 4.00 pm. 

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Exploring History at the Gedung Agung

Next destination is the Gedung Agung which is not far from the Fort Vredeburg Museum. 

Gedung Agung is the Presidential Palace in Yogyakarta.

Furthermore, the general public can enter the building by submitting a visit letter in advance. 

Sightseeing and Shopping in Malioboro

A trip to Yogyakarta will not be complete if you don't stop by Malioboro.

A leisurely stroll along Jalan Malioboro is the perfect ending for a one-day tour.

Malioboro Street is a road that stretches from Tugu Yogyakarta to the intersection of the Yogyakarta Post Office.

This road was built to coincide with the establishment of the Yogyakarta Palace.

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Tourists can simply take a walk or shop in the area. 

For those of you who intend to visit a number of tourist attractions as mentioned, make sure to always comply with applicable health protocols such as wearing masks, maintaining distance, and washing hands with soap. 




( Lia Sisvita Dinatri)

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