Thousands of pine tree stands tall like soldiers marching in an area of ​​500 ha. When the wind blows, it will sound natural harmony that comes from the leaves rustle. The distinctive aroma of pine forest was wafted sharply. No wonder so many visitors fall in love with this area and visit to enjoy the unique atmosphere.

Pinus pengger forest is not only promises peace to the soul. It also offers a beautiful view for immortalized in camera shots, I wonder if Pine Forest Mangunan eventually became one of the favorite hunting spot. Not only tourists who want take a selfie, couples wishing to marry too much to make this place as their prewedding photo settings.

With proper shooting angle, the pictures set in lush pine forests like a Hollywood film set can be obtained. For tourists who love adventure, you can follow the path of the Wartu Abang outbound trekking towards Bengkung springs that are trusted by the local community as the location of Sultan Agung Hanyakrakusuma hermitage.

The pine forest is situated in the village Dlingo, Mangunan, Bantul. There is no admission need to be paid. Travelers only need to pay the parking fee of Rp 3,000 to Rp 10,000 for motorcycles and cars. There is no public transport serving the route up to the pine forest area the tourists are advised to bring a personal vehicle . From Yogyakarta Airport Terminal can take Yogyakarta - Imogoro Road East - Imogiri turn towards the Tomb Kings Imogiri - Mangunan - Pine Forest and you will be arrive.