Abadi Hotel

Address: Jl. Pasar Kembang No. 49, Yogyakarta, Java, 55271, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Jl. Pasar Kembang No. 49, Yogyakarta, is near Merapi Volcano, Tugu Pahlawan, and Bukit Darmo.
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    Travel Blogs from Yogyakarta

    Belanja Murah di Yogyakarta

    A travel blog entry by surabayojalan on Nov 12, 2014

    Perjalanan dari Jakarta ke Yogkarta cukup memakan waktu kurang lebih 8 jam. cukup jauh namun tidak mengurangi wisatawan untuk berkunjung ke yogyakarta menggunakan jalur darat, selain itu yogyakarta juga dapat ditempuh melalui jalur udara dan kereta api. tempat pemberhentian kereta api yang paling terkenal yaitu stasiun tugu. bedekatan dengan jalan …

    Annual CHE Regional Conference

    A travel blog entry by wsbieber on Mar 14, 2015

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    ... set for 20 seconds each.  This means almost everyone can present rather than just a few, for 6-7 min each!   The theme of 'Listening: To each other, To the community and to God', focused us on the learning taking place all the time, not on what we can give or bring to communities. We shared ideas for the potential of eco-tourism, Sharon taught a handmade paper making session, and ...

    The Carving is the Thing: Borobudur and Prambanan

    A travel blog entry by samcohon on Mar 08, 2015

    3 comments, 27 photos

    ... was a crucially important religious center. But as Buddhism waned in Indonesia, pushed back by aggressive Hinduism and later by the arrival of Islam, it fell into disuse. Soon it was covered by layers of volcanic ash, and soon after that the jungle moved to reclaim it. It wasn’t uncovered until the British East Asian colonialist Sir Stamford Raffles heard about it in the early 19th century and dispatched men to begin the process of digging it out, and then ...

    Temples, Meditation and Palaces

    A travel blog entry by wanderingjay on Dec 07, 2014

    ... and then dye the fabric. We then went to the Sultans Palace where the current Sultan, number 10, still lives. It was a beautiful place but very modest in comparison to the Grand Palace in Bangkok. They have a lot of history here, with a large collection of things from the 9th Sultan such as clothes, photographs, gifts and such things. Just outside the palace there are two huge Banyan trees that, according to legend, were planted by the first ...

    Day 7 - Jojga

    A travel blog entry by rosiecampbell89 on Oct 30, 2014

    ... the different colours onto the material. They used a special bamboo tool with a small hole on the end and painted on wax to the parts of the drawing that they wanted to remain their current colour. Once all these parts were waxed they dipped the design in a dye, removed the wax and then started again, covering the parts they didn't want to change colour in wax before dipping it again. Our guide told us it took about 4-5 days to make just the small designs and weeks for the larger ...