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3 New Year's Eve Rules at Yogyakarta's Malioboro, Here's you Need to Know

A number of netizens seems curious about the tourist rules in the Yogyakarta's Malioboro area, on New Year's Eve 2022. Through Facebook, several

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Malioboro Street, Yogyakarta, Central Java 

TRIBUNBATAM.id - A number of netizens seems curious about the tourist rules in the Yogyakarta's Malioboro area, on New Year's Eve 2022. 

Through Facebook, several people were seen wanting to know whether Malioboro would be opened at the turn of the year or not. 

As reported by Kompas.com, (12/04/2021), this iconic area in Yogyakarta will not be opened to tourists on New Year's Eve.

Here are a number of special rules that will be enforced by the Yogyakarta Police in the Malioboro area on New Year's Eve that you need to know: 

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  • Vehicles are only allowed to pass

On New Year's Eve, vehicles are only allowed to pass through the Malioboro area.

These vehicles will not be allowed to park or stop around this tourist area.

The Yogyakarta Police hopes that with the implementation of this policy, tourists can still enjoy the city of Yogyakarta when crossing the Malioboro area. 

  • Can't hang out

Usually, Malioboro is opened for vehicles from 18.00-22.00 WIB and only pedestrians can pass.

However, the Head of Public Relations of the Yogyakarta Regional Police, Kombes Pol. Yulianto, said that on New Year's Eve, different rules would be applied.

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Pedestrians are not allowed to pass so as not to form a crowd.

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