I didn't enjoy the visit : nothing really beautiful to see, old palace without any fantasy. Maybe with a guide it would have been more interesting.
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We really liked this place but feels sad that it's neither well maintained nor there's adaquate information available like no maps to browse through the big palace grounds, half of the items on display either do not have any information or just Indonesian. They could...More
Overall the palace was in good condition, equip with historical information. There are performance held inside but it is based on schedule.
A truly interesting place to visit, the Kraton on Yogyakarta shows me the rich culture of the Javanese people in Yogyakarta and the importance of the Sultan uniting his people together. The layout of the Kraton also shows how it is connected and linked to...More
The location is really doing a disservice to itself by not providing better English training to its guides. The museum and palace are ripe with history and explanations that are not transmitted beyond Indonesian. If you go here you are required to get a guide,...More
This place is pleasant enough without reaching great heights. Mostly it's a series of open air pavilions. It's well maintained and peaceful. There were gamelan players entertaining when I was there and it added to the atmosphere. The entry fee is IDR 15000.