Permata Guest House

Jl. Timoho II No 32A, Yogyakarta, Java, 55165, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta - welcome to Indonesia

A travel blog entry by judith_michi


... lot and were really sweet. On the next day we were picked up at 5 am by Michael's barber to go to Borobudur, an impressive buddhist temple which is listed as World Heritage site. Apart from amazing sights we could also experience what it must feel like to be a popstar for two hours: the temple is also visited by lots of locals and school classes from all over Java who haven't seen a lot of white people, so they all wanted to take a picture with us. Usually ...

Postponing New Year a novel idea

A travel blog entry by ennyv


... class room set up.

Tuesday morning after breakfast in this training center hotel was chicken soup and something square made from Ming beans like a cake, not bad at all a bit different from what I normally eat. The hotel is beautiful each building has 2 bedrooms, shower toilet and sitting area, it is surrounded by water (with flies and fish) and trees. The chairs are solid wood and kind of hard to relax so I prefer sitting on my bed to do stuff.



A travel blog entry by free_range_hen


... of blocks that looked like they had been laid out ready to be restored. There was opportunity for a pleasant walk in the sweltering heat around more piles of blocks and to a museum which contained artefacts, tools and the like. The bus ride back was about an hour and having not slept at all since the early start along with the energy sapping humid heat I returned to bed for two hours, only getting a few minutes sleep at best. We got ourselves ready for a night of tantalising culture ...

Yogyakarta & surrounding area, 5-6 October 2013

A travel blog entry by bennettdoesasia

... it looked like a river had once flowed through this area and had since dried out. But I was very much mistaken, because the landscape before us was in fact only three years ago a gushing torrent of molten lava rushing towards a nearby major population centre, the name of which I didn't catch. It seems to me that this valley shaped landscape must have been moulded by the intermittent eruptions of this volcano over millions of years. In fact where we stood was not just a road ...

(32) Yogyakarta Town

A travel blog entry by alcatrav

... as fancy as expected and we also couldn't work out where exactly he stays but some of the areas were roped off so we assume there. We were approached by a man offering to show us where and how the shadow puppets were made (there are often shows at the Kraton with these) so we followed him to the workshop which turned out to be outside the palace grounds slightly. We declined to see Batik art again and also to have a go at making the puppets and instead elected just ...


This hotel, located on Jl. Timoho II No 32A, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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