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YOGYAKARTA TOUR PACKAGES FROM SINGAPORE

Yogyakarta Tour Package Includes 4 Star Hotel Accommodation, Transport, Tour Guide and many more! Click below to learn more!

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Yogyakarta Tour Package (4D/3N)

Hotel + Breakfast + Transport + Tour Guide

Promotional price starting from $399/Pax

Yogyakarta Tour Package (5D/4N)

Hotel + Breakfast + Transport + Tour Guide

Promotional price starting from $499/Pax

ALL-INCLUSIVE YOGYAKARTA TOUR PACKAGES FROM SINGAPORE

Package includes, flight tickets, 4 star hotel accommodation, itinerary attraction fees and many more! Click below to read full Yogyakarta package inclusions.

All-Inclusive Yogyakarta Private Tour (4D/3N)

Hotel + Breakfast
Attractions Fees
Tour + Transport

Price from $759/pax

All-Inclusive Yogyakarta Private Tour (5D/4N)

Hotel + Breakfast
Attractions Fees
Tour + Transport

Price from $859/pax

4D3N All-Inclusive Yogyakarta Tour

Hassle free starting from $799/Pax

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This city is one of the foremost cultural centers of Indonesia

Yogyakarta, together with its twin city Surakarta (Solo), is the cradle of civilization on Java. This city was the seat of power that produced the magnificent temples of Borobudur and Prambanan in the 8th and 9th centuries and the new powerful Mataram kingdom of the 16th and 17th century.
Yogyakarta was known with the slogan of “Jogja The Never ending Asia“ for its endless appeals. Today, it is also renowned as “ Jogja Istimewa “, a tagline that elaborates its special values.

POPULAR YOGYAKARTA TOUR PACKAGES

You will never feel bored on this magical island.
Below are our hand-picked Yogyakarta tour packages for you to experience Yogyakarta in your preferred ways. 

Yogyakarta Adventure Tour (4D/3N)

This 4D3N Adventure Tour is perfect for adventurous travellers looking to immerse themselves in a short lineup of fun-filled activities while exploring the rich history and heritage of the Javanese culture in Yogyakarta. River tube along the crystal clear river waters and finally, witness the breathtaking views of Indonesia’s Volcano Mount Merapi!

Price starts from SGD 519/pax

Yogyakarta Cultural Tour (5D/4N)

This 5D4N Cultural Tour is perfect for travellers eager to unravel the rich history and traditional arts of Yogyakarta. Immerse yourself in the authentic Javanese culture by savouring mouth-watering local cuisines at street food stalls, as featured on Netflix's 'Street Food' series, at Malioboro street on the night time food tour.

Price starts from SGD 619/pax

Yogyakarta Adventurous Tour (5D/4N)

This 5D4N Adventure Tour is perfect for adventurous travellers looking to immerse themselves in an exciting lineup of fun-filled activities while exploring the rich history and heritage of the Javanese culture in Yogyakarta.




Price starts from SGD 649/pax

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YOGYAKARTA DAY TOUR PACKAGES

You will never feel bored on this magical island.
Below are our hand-picked Yogyakarta tour packages for you to experience Yogyakarta in your preferred ways. 

Setumbuk Hill Sunrise , Borobudur Temple, Merapi Volcanoe Day Tour

Visit one of Java’s most beautiful temples – Borobudur Temple & Hop on an exciting jeep adventure to Indonesia’s most active Volcano Mount Merapi

Yogyakarta Night Food Discovery – Odong Odong Day Tour Experience

Explore Yogyakarta after dark and witness all the buzz of the city’s engaged streetlife. Enjoy traditional Yogyakarta food & travel on a Odong Odong

Borobudur Temple, Village Tour, Merapi Volcanoe Day Tour

Visit Borobudur Temple & hop into a VW car and embark on a scenic countryside tour. Conclude your adventure with a jeep journey to Mount Merapi

Borobudur Temple, Village Tour, Prambanan Temple Day Tour

Discover Yogyakarta's biggest highlights by going on a Borobudur and Prambanan temple visit! Hop into a VW car and embark on a scenic countryside tour

Yogyakarta Borobudur & Prambanan Temple Day Tour

Discover Yogyakarta's biggest highlights by going on a Borobudur and Prambanan temple visit! Enjoy convenient hotel pick up and drop off

Yogyakarta Jomblang & Pindul Cave with River Tubing Day Tour

Embark on an immersive underworld tour of Jomblang Cave, marvel at the beauty of Pindul Cave while river tubing along the crystal clear river waters

Yogyakarta Jomblang Cave and Timang Beach Day Tour

Embark on a journey to the spectacular underworld of Jomblang Cave & Explore the pristine white beach and beautiful rock formations of Timang Beach

Mount Bromo Sunrise Day Tour – From Yogyakarta

Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of the famous Bromo sunrise and discover the active Bromo crater & the fascinating landscape of Madakaripura Waterfall

Rediscover Yogyakarta

History

As the only Indonesian royal city still ruled by a monarchy, Yogyakarta is regarded as an important centre for classical Javanese fine arts and culture such as ballet, batik textiles, drama, literature, music, poetry, silversmithing, visual arts, and wayang puppetry.

Yogyakarta

If Jakarta is Java’s financial and industrial powerhouse, Yogyakarta is its soul. Central to the island’s artistic and intellectual heritage, Yogyakarta (pronounced ‘Jogjakarta’ and called Yogya, ‘Jogja’, for short) is where the Javanese language is at its purest, the arts at their brightest and its traditions at their most visible.

Highlights

  • Explore magnificent temples of Borobudur and Prambanan
  • Stroll through the living museum of The Kraton or The Keraton (Sultan’s Palace)
  • Hang out at the famous Alun Alun
  • Watching silversmiths produce amazing jewelry at Kotagede 
  • Try a splurge shopping up at Malioboro road

FAQs about Yogyakarta

It is highly recommended you visit Yogyakarta during the months of October to early December. The air is cool and dry and there are not yet many tourists (compared to the peak season of late December to early January). The period after Tet holiday from March to April is also a great time to visit as there are many festivals in and around Yogyakarta.

Yogyakarta is widely regarded as a safe city, featuring well-lit streets and bustling activity, particularly in areas with shops and restaurants. The city center is known for its welcoming atmosphere, with friendly locals creating a warm environment.

Here and there there can be petty crimes such as pick pocketing, so beware of your belongings. Single woman travelers have consistently rated Yogyakarta as one of the safest cities to travel in, with very low crime rate against tourists.

It really depends on how much time you have got. Yogyakarta is widely regarded as a safe city, featuring well-lit streets and bustling activity, particularly in areas with shops and restaurants. The city center is known for its welcoming atmosphere, with friendly locals creating a warm environment.

Although Yogyakarta does not seem to have a lot of things to do at first sight, one will have to dig deeper to know the must-dos. From nightly street food scenes to the hidden shopping alleys, and occasional visit to craft village, Yogyakarta may just well be your most special destination thus far. If you need some suggestion, contact us.

Wooden Batik Masterpieces are some must-have signature souvenirs you have to bring home from Yogyakarta, Indonesia. The people in Krebet Village are specialised in producing wooden batik and batik fabrics, where they turn various carved wood items into lovely batik masterpieces with intricate carvings that are both unique and classy. Unlock the art of Batik-making by visiting the Batik Village, where an experienced traditional Batik Expert will guide you through the intricate process. Explore more about this enriching experience here.

 

  Kotagede in Yogyakarta is a haven for renowned silver artisans. Discover a dazzling array of sterling silver trinkets, from earrings and necklaces to rings and bracelets. Kotagede’s artisans even offer custom-made metal helmets crafted from aluminum and brass. Wander through the studios, witnessing the meticulous craftsmanship behind these exquisite pieces.

Temperatures are fairly consistent throughout the year. Yogyakarta features a tropical monsoon climate and the city has high temperatures all year round ranging between 29°C (85°F) and 31°C (88°F). 

However, temperatures can drop to 23°C to 25°C .

During the dry season from April to October with the hottest month being May, dress light and have cool, breathable clothings on hand. It is more comfortable and easier to visit tourist attraction and immerse yourself in the local culture during this time period. However, do bring along a hat as it can be pretty hot and there may not be much shade.

Where you will stay will 99% of the time be air conditioned or with a fan, but outside it is hot and humid. Flip flops or comfortable walking sandals are a must with light clothing like t-shirts and shorts to keep you cool are recommended and a light pullover in the evenings if you are riding a motorbike. When entering temples you must be respectful and have your shoulders covered and wear a sarong (for men and women) – usually sarongs are provided for you when you visit a temple. You may want to always keep a waterproof jacket nearby if you are in Yogyakarta between January – March as quick and heavy showers can occur and you may get caught!

 

Visa On Arrival (VOA) is granted to foreigners who intend to visit Indonesia for tourism, social and culture, business or government duties. The Visa On Arrival is issued by the Immigration Officials at the Immigration checkpoints in Ngurah Rai Airport. Similarly, foreigners can apply for a limited stay visa or a visit visa (B211).

Indonesia has a free 30-Day visa-on-arrival system (tourist visa). If you would like to stay more than 30 days, then you will need to pay $35 at the airport when you arrive at the airport for the option to extend with an Indonesian agent for up to 60-days.

Read more about VISAs available in Indonesia

Important note: Your passport must be valid for at least 6 months or else Indonesia will NOT allow you into the country and your airline will NOT let you on the plane. Make sure your passport is renewed before you travel to Indonesia.

If you are staying in civilized, built up areas of Bali (like Kuta, Nusa Dua, Denpasar, Sanur, Seminyak, Canggu, Uluwatu/Jimbaran, Ubud, Amed) and staying in clean accommodation and eating in good restaurants you will be fine. A Typhoid shot is recommended, and if you are worried or will be working with animals or somewhere in the jungle and more remote, a Rabies shot is advised. If you stay in urban areas, there is no need for Malaria tablets, Japanese Encephalitis, or Polio shots.

We suggest you bring medicine in the case of Bali Belly like diarrhoea rehydration sachets/immodium or a oral antibiotic for stomach ailments as well as plenty of water, coconut water or even electrolyete tablets are recommended for the hot humid weather. Otherwise spray plenty of mosquito spray in the evenings (especially during rainy season) to prevent bites. Dengue fever is common in Bali and there is no immunisation against this – make sure you wear mosquito spray.

Most small shops, warungs/restaurants and tour companies run on cash only. ATM machines are rampant on the island, most having the Cirrus and Plus connection. You often get a very good exchange rate via ATM and it is convenient. Money Changers are all over the island, although not all of them are trustworthy. Try and stay away from the small storefront Yogyakarta money changers (the guys with hand written signs and made up rates). The larger establishments, or those that say ‘authorized money changer’, will be a safer bet.

In a dire situation, you can always do a cash advance at a local bank, but it will cost you 18-20% from your bank PLUS another % from the Yogyakarta Bank. As far as exchange rates go, if you have travelers checks, their rates are different than CASH and the smaller the bill, the less the rate. $5 is worth less to a money changer than $100, and the rate they will give you will reflect that. For US citizens, do not bring USD$100 notes from the year 1996 (as in 1996 Loads of counterfeits entered Indonesia and the stigma still stands). Visa and MasterCard are the cards of choice in Indonesia. Remember to inform your credit card’s issuing bank about your intended trip or else you will risk getting your credit card accounts frozen from ‘un-expected activity’.

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