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Yogyakarta is the heart and soul of Java, holding local traditions dear while embracing the bustle of modern life. Hotels in Yogyakarta offer the perfect base for discovering Javanese arts, culture, and history, while enjoying the buzz of a lively city.

Yogyakarta is one of Java’s most popular tourist destinations. It’s one of the oldest cities in Indonesia, and has a vast array of historic buildings and Candi: ancienttemples built between the 7th and 9th Century. The Sultan’s Palace (Kraton) is also a must see, with plenty of guided tours offering a glimpse into royal life. Other royal sites include the carriage museum, the ruined water castle, and the Siti Hinggil Selatan palace: which plays host to shadow puppet performances at the weekend.

Hotels in Yogyakarta make a great base for getting out and paying a visit to the two important ancient temples which sit on either side of the city: Prambanan and Borobudur. These wonderful temple complexes are sure to leave you with a feeling of awe, and are the largest tourist attractions in the region

The city itself is packed full of surprises too, and is well worth taking the time to explore. Whether you’re wandering through the narrow alleyways of the old town, sampling the distinctive sweet and fiery street food, or trying your hand at a local tradition, you’ll find that there is never a dull moment in Yogyakarta (or Yogya, as it’s affectionately known).

Culture vultures will love Yogya. On any given day of the week you can enjoy a wide array of Javanese art and cultural performances including traditional ballet, gamelan music, poetry, puppet shows, and art exhibitions. Be sure to check out what’s on during your trip dates so that you don’t miss out. The Museum Sonobudoyo is also worth a visit. Full of interesting artefacts and historic pieces, it’s a great place to learn about Java’s history and culture.

Yogyakarta’s popularity with visitors means that there is plenty of accommodation to choose from, whether you’re looking for a stylish chain hotel, a cosy guesthouse, or a cheerful backpacker’s hostel.  Cheap hotels are widely available, which is great news for budget travellers.