Taman Budaya Yogyakarta in Yogyakarta Special Region, Central Java
People have a different motive for visiting Yogyakarta City. Some of them are into natural attractions, while others want to try traditional foods. Actually, tourists are also interested in local culture. In this case, they can simply head to Taman Budaya Yogyakarta or Purna Budaya Museum. The building has several basic functions like accommodating cultural arts activities, cultural development, a place for experiments, and much more. These days, it also becomes an important tourist allure and has attracted many tourists over time. The location is in Ngupasan Village and it belongs to Gondomanan Sub-District. Also, it resides near Taman Pintar, which is also an interesting vacation spot to visit later.
Once tourists arrive at Taman Budaya Yogyakarta, they may see a regular building with a neat environment. The nuance can be either peaceful or merry depending on the time of the visit, though. When it comes to facilities, the site has two prime buildings. They are Societet Militair and Concert Hall. Each of them has a distinct function, too. The concert hall accommodates exhibitions, training, and literary discussion area. As for the Societet Militair, it functions as a place to conduct various types of arts and cultural performances. This building is able to accommodate about 500 people, in fact. Other facilities include cafes, toilets, library, and parking area.
Exploring Taman Budaya Yogyakarta
So, what can tourists do in Taman Budaya Yogyakarta? The most common purpose is to watch cultural and arts concerts, including dances, musical performances, and much more. However, everyone should gather information regarding the schedule before visiting the site. Have no worries. Tourists can simply talk to their local guide or tour agency regarding the information. Otherwise, they would miss the performances due to a wrong schedule.
The next recommended thing to do in Purna Budaya Museum is photography. Tourists only need to come at the right time, especially during exhibitions and arts performances. At those times, they are able to collect some interesting photos regarding the dancers and numerous types of cultural or art items. For those who want to learn further information regarding those performances, though, it is recommended to hire a local guide first.
Various types of arts and cultural performances often occur in Taman Budaya Yogyakarta. Thus, tourists only need to choose the right day when they visit the site. Usually, the locals conduct arts exhibitions, festivals, poetry reading, literary discussion, etc. Here is the tip. The best time to visit is during FKY or Yogyakarta’s Arts Festival. Usually, it is done between July and August!
- Gembiraloka Zoo
- Fort Vredeburg Museum
- Bringharjo Market
How to Get There
A trip to Yogyakarta City would take the fastest by airplane, for sure. From Jakarta City (Soekarno – Hatta International Airport), for instance, a flight to Adisucipto International Airport may take around 1 hour and 10 minutes. Once arriving at Yogyakarta City, tourists only need to take Raya Solo – Yogyakarta Street and head to Ngupasan Village at Gondomanan Sub-District, where Taman Budaya Yogyakarta resides. The distance is only 10.2 km, so the trip takes approximately 17 minutes.
Where to Stay
- Limaran Hotel
- Omah Cilik
- Melia Purosani Hotel
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