History Book of Jogja

Jogja, Central Java

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Crowd and excitement always emanated from Malioboro, one of the pride of Yogyakarta which has a myriad of cultures. For this reason, "Ekaland Propertindo Development" presents "Grand Serayu Yogya" as a place that will represent all the luxury and culture of Yogyakarta.

    The Special Region of Yogyakarta is an iconic province in Indonesia was fame with the united memory between the state of Sultanate of Yogyakarta and the Duchy of Paku Alaman in the southern part of Java Island, which strategically flanked by the Provinces of Central Java and the Indian Ocean.

    Lying in the 3,185.80 km2 area. This Special Region has consisting of one municipality, and four districts, which are divided into 78 sub-districts, and 438 villages. Based on the population census, 2010. This special area has 3,452,390 people in population with a proportion of 1,705,404 men and 1,746,986 women, with a population density of 1,084 people per km2.

    Initially the term nomenclature from the Special Region Yogyakarta that which too long evolved into the mention of the nomenclature known as DI Yogyakarta or DIY. The mention of Yogyakarta Special Region or the City of Yogyakarta, is often felt inappropriate to be called: Jogja, Yogya, Yogyakarta, Jogjakarta. Although geographically the second smallest provincial level area after DKI Jakarta, the Special Region is popular at the national, and international level, especially as a main tourist destination after the Province of Bali.

DIY tourism potential is quite diverse and not inferior to other regions. Other tourist destinations in the country are competing to promote their tourism potential. A number of foreign tourists expressed their admiration for the potential of Yogyakarta tourism. They said that if the tourism object of this area is not only the Ngayogyakarto Palace, Prambanan Temple and Malioboro, but it turns out there are still many other interesting tourist objects to visit, including traditional craft centers.


History Book of Jogja

Jogja, Central Java

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