Senin, 26 September 2011


Malioboro, reminisce in Souvenirs Paradise
MalioboroExtends over the imaginary axis connecting the sultan's palace,monument and the peak of Mount Merapi, the road is formed into alocality of trading after the lane I developed a means of trading through a traditional market since 1758. After 248 years passed,where it still survives as a trade area even be one of the iconknown as Malioboro Yogyakarta.

Located about 800 meters from the sultan's palace, this place was once filled with a bouquet of flowers every time the Palaceimplement celebrationMalioboro, which in Sanskrit means"bouquet" became the basis of naming the street.

Flanked by shops, offices, restaurants, hotels and historicbuildings, streets that were once could be the basis of the current struggle of the Dutch military aggression to-2 in 1948 was also theland of wandering the artists who are members of the communityPersada Studies Club (PSK) led artists Landu Paranggi pennantsince 1970's until about 1990.

Souvenirs paradise
MalioboroEnjoying the experience of shoppingsouvenir hunting of Jogja,tourists can walk along the shoulder of the road corridor (arcade).Here you will find many vendors that roll out merchandise. Ranging from local handicrafts such as batik, rattan ornament, leather puppets, bamboo crafts (key chains, decorative lamps, etc.) alsoblangkon (hat typical Java / Yogyakarta) and silver goods, tovendors selling many general knickknacks encountered in othertradesThroughout the arcade, tourists can shop in peace in a sunny or rainy conditionsalso can enjoy a pleasant shopping experience at bargain prices. If lucky, can be reduced by one thirdor even in half.
Do not forget to leave little energy. There is still a traditional market that should be visited. In the place known as Beringharjo market, but tourists can find similar goods are sold along the arcade, this market provides a variety of traditional products is more complete.In addition to local products Jogja, neighboring areas are also available products such as batik or batik Pekalongan Solo.Looking for batik or batik prints, or just looking for curtains decorating the windows with unique motifs and batik bed sheets beautiful. This place will satisfy your shopping desires unique items with a cheaper price.
Shopping in the area of ​​Malioboro and Beringharjo, be sure not to be fooled by the price offered. Usually the sellers to raise prices than usual for tourists.
Vredeburg and the Great House
At the end of the road "bouquet" of this, tourists can stop at Vredeburg facing the Great House. This fort was once the basis of protection from possible attack troops Dutch Palace. As usual 

Malioboroevery fortress, a place that was built in 1765 is a square-shaped high wall encircling the area in which the monitors at the four corners of the tower is used as a patrol. From the south tower, YogYES enjoying views over the Sultan of the Sultanate of Yogyakarta and several other historical buildings.
While the Great House is located in front of him had been the residence of the Head of the Dutch colonial administration from 1946 to 1949. In addition he became the Presidential Palace during Sukarno's presidency when the State Capital was moved to Yogyakarta.
Lesehan Malioboro
As the sun began to set, when the lights came on streets and shops that add a beautiful atmosphere Malioboro, one by one lesehan shanties sprung up. Foods such as warm or Jogja pecel catfish can be enjoyed here in addition to oriental cuisine or sea food and cuisine of Padang. Entertainment as well as hits or song memories by street singers when dining.
For tourists who want to taste the cuisine along Malioboro street, ask for price list and make sure the seller, to avoid the rising prices are not reasonable.
Visiting Yogyakarta, known as "Living Museum Javanese Culture", feels incomplete without a stop at the road that has kept many stories and history of the struggle of the Indonesian nation is filled with various souvenirs. A paradise for lovers of history and souvenir hunters

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