The Grand Palace Hotel Yogyakarta

Jl. Mangkuyudan No 32, Yogyakarta, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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A Great Tip from Heiko Bra

A travel blog entry by lifeisawesome


... love right now; I believe it’s referred to as Daniel Boone’s syndrome.

There are few temple complexes that can be explored, but being aware of the cost of entrance and having taken in a lot of temples over the last few months I decided not to go to the Prambanan complex, but it’s easy to get too, just take a local bus and its costs just under 200,000 to get in.

Returning back to the bus station, I sat down for lunch, it’s ...

Indonesian offerings: the story so far

A travel blog entry by fraser_belinda


... by (at his pace) a 6 hour hike. As the early hours of the morning came, so did the cold and at one point, despite laying foetally in my sleeping bag as we waited for Agung to catch up, we lost all feeling in our fingers and toes.

Tired though happily warm we set out again upon our descent for the town of Solo where we were picked up by the crazy Galih and his mischievous father Bambang. Through broken English and a lot of laughs ...

Indonesia - Jogjakarta and Solo on Java Island

A travel blog entry by rjdemp


... in Bali.

After Prambanan we moved on to the city of Solo where we visited the palace of the Sultan of Central Java for a glimpse into life in that province. Again, this palace was a mixture of the local and foreign decorations and displays. We stopped at one point to sit and learn about local herbal medicines and beauty methods which, of course, was followed by a sales pitch to purchase them from the woman ...

Indonesia: Cheap and cheerful!

A travel blog entry by joandluke


... br>
Indonesian food is also cheap as chips. A meal of nasi goreng (fried rice) from a warung by the side of the road costs as little as 50p. Preferring to sit at a table, rather than cross-legged on a bamboo mat on the street, Luke and I have pushed the boat out, spending around 30,000 rupiah for some amazing meals. To learn how to make such tasty food, we celebrated Luke's birthday with a cookery class. Our teacher, Made, took us to the ...

Anniversaries and Birthdays!

A travel blog entry by teambrazier


... around the hotel and I did some research into where the restaurant/party area of the city was. It turned out there was an area about 15 mins cab journey away that was full of local restaurants and bars, so early evening we caught a cab there. Again via tripadvisor we had found a place called 'the easy going' bar and restaurant so we headed there. A lovely place, lots of candles on the tables, lovely staff but most importantly (to my shock and horror) they served red wine ...

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