The arts and culture center of Java - Yogyakarta has long been famous for its classical art and traditional values. This place is under the independent management of the ancient Sultanate system, completely different from the rest of Indonesia. Contrary to the hustle and bustle of big cities, life in Yogyakarta is peaceful and peaceful, friendly people, delicious food and the most important is an endless list of ideal places to visit. .

In addition to ancient buildings such as temples and ruins after the civil war, Yogyakarta is a place of natural beauty, a wild, great beauty reminds us of the beauty of "Mother nature". Here are some of the ideal attractions in Yogyakarta that you must definitely come to if you have the opportunity to set foot here.

1. Travel by cable car in the Timang Sea
Everyone knows that Gunungkidul is home to some of the most beautiful beaches in Yogyakarta, including the Timang Sea, 35 km south of Wonosari. Here, you can see firsthand the white waves constantly clapping to the shore and rocky slopes.
Besides, if you are adventurous then definitely try to travel by cable car across the sea. This is not a normal steel cable hanging from the fabric completely made of fabric. These cables were originally the means by which residents used to catch shrimp, but over time it became the hobby of many tourists.

2. Visiting Kalibiru National Park
After 1-2 hours of travel from the city to the west, you will find that the temperature here drops off a lot, and no longer hear the engine noise anymore. Above the Menoreh Mountains is the Kalibiru National Park, which has been built and settled by indigenous peoples since 2009, which attracts many tourists every year.
Unlike most regular parks, visitors to Kalibiru National Park are free to view the scenery from above by hiking or hiking with challenging ropes in the middle of the air. To complete the adventure you will stop at a table placed on the trunk, from which you can observe Sermo Lake and if you are lucky, you can see the white waves in the sea side. Nam repeatedly pounded on the sand.

3. Watch the big sand dunes without having to go to Africa
Drop your gaze into the sunset that is dazzling behind the dunes and soaking your feet under the sand, feeling like a light breeze touching your body. Here, time stops and you forget that you are in the center of Java.
You will not need to spend too much money trying to slip sand in Africa or the Middle East, just for a reasonable price you can have fun in Yogyakarta. Instead of renting ATVs or camels, here you can rent a horse. One more interesting thing is that you can take beautiful wedding photos at the Gumuk Pasir Parangkusumo, which is unique in Indonesia.

4. Reflection after the water "curtain" in Luweng Sampang
Here you will be able to contemplate the natural contours of the massive rocks stacked up over thousands of years ago, particularly in that they are made entirely of water, The water does not stop flowing and erosion the same curve as the Colorado canyon.
Alternatively, you can dip your feet under the cool water that flows straight out of the Sewu Canyon and respond to your curiosity by exploring the rooms and tunnels hidden behind the water. Unlike other tourist destinations, Luweng Sampang is so secluded that you do not need to pay for the tickets.

5.Visit the underground cave with Lazy river
Coming to these underground caves, you will have the opportunity to open your eyes to the formation of stalactites and stalagmites on the wall more than 100 years ago, some of which have special properties such as the fourth largest stalactite on The world and stalactites are thought to be capable of enhancing men's masculinity.
The scenery here is contrasted by the turquoise water and the brown rocks on the walls, along with the decorative "motifs" of green moss and ferns illuminated by The sun glows through cracks and holes in the sky.

6. Visit Jurassic Park in Jomblang Cave
The Jomblang Cave was formed thousands of years ago, when a 300-meter soil fell on a hole. To this day, cave plants include weeds, fungi, ferns and even tall trees that have not been touched and preserved for more than 100 years.
From the mouth of the cavern, about 80 meters, you will begin to smell the damp nodules hidden behind the layers of rock that have been built for centuries, a sensation that is scary and exciting. . During the day (from about 10am to 2pm), the beams of light begin to dart straight through the mouth of the cave, highlighting the forest below, creating a look that is enough to hypnotize people.

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