Visiting Jogja is worthier when exploring one of the authentic pictures of its culture, Jogja Palace. Walking straight to the south, you will find a majestic building called Keraton Kasultananan Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat or Jogja Palace in which Sultan Hamengkubuwuno is living.
Not just becomes the place for the King and his royal family, Jogja Palace also represents the real picture of Javanese culture. This palace is then popular as one of the tourism objects in Jogja.
In this place, you can see directly how the original Javanese culture is still preserved in this modern era.
What to expect from Jogja Palace? You can explore the interior's palace and its historical goods on foot and take pictures around. You can see an elegant complex of pavilions that was constructed based on ancient Javanese beliefs. This building is believed as the representation of the connection between God, natural realms, and human.
There are also art performances like mocopat song, wayang golek, and many others.
Rotowijayan Stree, Block No. 1, Panembahan, Kraton District, Yogyakarta Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta
Jogja Palace has complete facilities, so you need no worry if visiting this place. Here are several facilities provided there:
Open Hours and Entrance Fee
Jogja Palace is available from 08.30 am to 1.30 pm on weekdays. Especially on Friday, it opens at 08.30 am to 12.30 pm only. On Saturday and Sunday, it is available to access between 08.30 am to 01.30 pm.
To enter this complex of the pavilion, you need to spend money ranging from IDR 7.000 for local tourists to IDR 15.000 for foreigners.
Are you eager witnessing the authenticity of Javanese culture? So, let's visit Jogja Palace and see the portrait of an indeed Java.