Titik Nol Kilometer in Yogyakarta City, Yogyakarta Special Region


Yogyakarta won’t run out of good places for tourists. It can be as simple as Titik Nol Kilometer! This spot defines the zero km point of the city and the location is exactly in the Margo Mulyo Crossroad in Gondomanan Sub-District. Tourists only need to reach Ngupasan Village to find it. That area also features several famous landmarks like Serangan Umum Satu Maret Monument and Senisono Building. No wonder, everyone would notice it right away during the visit. In terms of tourism, people often visit it to enjoy a merry nuance and learn some history. Lots of locals often gather in that area, especially in the evening, after all.

The Nuance
When it comes to the nuance, Titik Nol Kilometer is definitely merry and crowded. It is located on a crossroad, after all. That means visitors would see lots of vehicles passing by in that area. Not to mention people gather in nearby parks and sit on the available benches, especially in the afternoon and evening. The next important features are the presence of old buildings and big trees that reside in that location.

Exploring Titik Nol Kilometer
So, what can tourists do in Titik Nol Kilometer? The first common purpose to visit the site is none other to relax and enjoy the romantic nuance either in the afternoon or at night. Visitors can advantage of the available benches for hanging out with their friends or families. Not to mention many snack vendors operate in that area. The most popular ones are Satay and coffee. Moreover, tourists can get a cheaper price by bargaining. Another recommended food to try is definitely the local’s special called Gudeg! Don’t forget to try them later!

The next common thing that tourists can do in Titik Nol Kilometer is to visit several historical buildings. These include the old post office, Supersemar Monument, Vredeburg Fort, and much more! By walking to the south part of the site, tourists can even find the famous Alun-Alun Utara Square and Kraton Palace. In order to get further information related to those buildings, though, tourists should take advantage of the help of a tour guide who knows well about the history.

What is more? Titik Nol Kilometer is chosen as a gathering spot for various communities. These include skateboarding, bicycles community, and much more! The site is also suitable to enjoy photography. Thanks to the presence of local artists. They often gather in that area, wearing various types of costumes. The local government even has built artistic statues and landmarks there!

Nearby Attractions

  • Hamzah Batik
  • Vredeburg Fort
  • Bringharjo Market

How to Get There
Without a doubt, the best way to reach Yogyakarta Special Region is by airplane, especially for those coming from outside the region. From Soekarno – Hatta International Airport Jakarta City, in this case, tourists would spend around 1 hour and 10 minutes to get there. After arriving at Adisucipto International Airport, they can head to Titik Nol Kilometer right away. The distance is 9.9 km and the best route to take is Raya Solo – Yogyakarta and Laksda Adisucipto Street. This trip takes approximately 18 minutes only!

Where to Stay

  • Pesona Hotel
  • Violet Hotel
  • Cordela Hotel


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