Jogjakarta Plaza Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Tennis Court
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Outdoor pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJogjakarta Plaza Hotel Yogyakarta
Good hotel with pool and easy access to airport and downtown
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... temples survived side by side and as the religious powers changed over the centuries, they didn't destroy what was built to create their own version of how the world works. Lessons CAN be learned from history.
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... snake dishes we are offered in our local restaurant in Yogyarkta the night before.
Having failed to view the volcano up close, we rode back down the mountain only to find it had cleared and we had a perfect view from the city.
Not to be deterred, we made a second attempt the next day having recce'd the 4 wheel route to the lava village. We ambitiously set off on our £3 pounds a day 75cc scooter. and 2 hours later ...
... a combination of yellow, orange, red, white and purple.
Finally, we ended the day watching a traditional Indonesia ballet of Ramayana. It was a take on the famous Hindu story and the backdrop of the stage overlooked the lit Prambanan Temple. The dancing was fascinating and relaxing, with vibrant costumes and live music. It was a great way to end such a memorable day and really showed us the beauty of this country.
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