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Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta
... at the displays and learning the abrupt and violent history of Indonesian independence.
Once we had seen enough, we wandered back to the hotel and ordered the taxi to the first of the famous temples of Yogyakarta, Prambanan. Prambanan is a Hindu temple built in the ninth century and dedicated to the 'Trimurtu’, the expression of God as the Creator (Brahma), the Preserver (Vishnu) and the Destroyer (Shiva) and ...
... After get your receipt then you have to go to train station to change your ticket in counter.
4. Tunjungan Plaza is near to the hotel, just 10 mins on foot. Tunjungan Plaza is the largest and most complete shopping center in Surabaya. The location of Tunjungan Plaza is very strategic as it is located in the heart of city.
5. Do not forget to show your ID card in ticket counter.
6. If you are afraid to stuck in the traffic jam in ...
... is instead made up of boutique
hotels and genteel restaurants. It is a beautiful city ruled by a
sultan, but the few young people who are here are either locked
in their rooms or having quiet meals together. So until I met a couple
of trainee solicitors from Sinclair Drive in Glasgow half an hour ago,
the only people I had really spoken to in my first 48 hours here were
those trying to sell me things ...