- From: 07/02/2020
- For: 10 days
- Landing in: Yogyakarta, Indonesia
- Returning from: Surabaya, Indonesia
1 nightThu. Jul 02-Fri. Jul 03
2 nightsFri. Jul 03-Sun. Jul 05
1 nightSun. Jul 05-Mon. Jul 06
2 nightsMon. Jul 06-Wed. Jul 08
1 nightWed. Jul 08-Thu. Jul 09
1 nightThu. Jul 02 - Fri. Jul 03
Brimming with cultural treasures, this city offers diverse museums, great food, and access to Indonesia's best ancient temples.
Historic Center, Yogyakarta
Hire a rickshaw to explore the colorful city streets, or wander around by food, visiting shops, temples, and local food stalls.
Kotagede Neighborhood, Yogyakarta
Now a hub of silversmiths, this district boasts remnants of a 16C Sultanate capital, including a mosque, a palace, and fortifications.
Taman Sari Water Castle, Yogyakarta
Built in the 18C as a royal recreational garden, this complex boasts artificial lakes, fine architecture, and other ornate elements.
Kraton Area, Yogyakarta
This 18C palace complex is home to the Sultan of Yogyakarta and offers markets, a historical museum, mosques, and live performances.
2 nightsFri. Jul 03 - Sun. Jul 05
Located on an isthmus and in vicinity of a beautiful nature reserve, this town boasts superb surfing conditions and several beaches.
Pangandaran National Park
Encompassing the southern reaches of the city, this national park features lush natural landscape and a wonderful secluded beach.
Historic Center, Pangandaran
Walk along the streets taking in the local color, explore the many tiny shops, or spend your day people-watching on the beach.
Pasir Putih Beach, Pangandaran
Pristine and secluded, this hidden gem of a beach is an amazing find with its gorgeous sandy beach, blue water, and fine scenery.
Enjoy the relaxed atmosphere on this little-known beach, or visit the adjacent nature reserve for an encounter with native animals.
1 nightSun. Jul 05 - Mon. Jul 06
A laid back port city, known for its cultural diversity, traditional batik industry, and collection of walled palaces.
Sunyaragi Cave, Cirebon
Wander around this 18C complex that is not a cave at all, wondering whether it is constructed from corals as the local legends claim.
Keraton Kasepuhan, Cirebon
A 15C royal palace surrounded by a garden with a few statues, featuring a small museum exhibiting historic garb and royal relics.
Historic Center, Cirebon
Get to know the city, admiring the eclectic architecture, sampling the delicious cuisine, and enjoying the laid back atmosphere.
Famed for the aquamarine waters of its river, this gorge is a paradise for adventurers who enjoy rafting and natural beauty.
2 nightsMon. Jul 06 - Wed. Jul 08
Also known as Surakarta, this vibrant city is home to a famed royal palace, traditional architecture, and rich cultural museums.
Museum Batik Danar Hadi, Surakarta
Home to over 10,000 textile artifacts, this superb museum traces the history and exhibits the production of Southeast Asian batik.
Mangkunegaran Palace, Surakarta
A well-preserved 18C palace featuring painted ceilings, fine architecture, and a museum presenting relics of the royal family.
Historic Center, Surakarta
Sample local cuisine, experience the rush of busy streets, and enjoy the bustle of authentic Indonesian markets.
Once a lavish royal residence, the palace now retains a portion of its former charm and houses a small museum of royal antiques.
1 nightWed. Jul 08 - Thu. Jul 09
Indonesia's second-biggest city is home to museums, mosques, parks, and markets, and boasts a rich cosmopolitan charm.
Historic Center, Surabaya
Explore the winding streets of this city center, admiring the historic buildings housing shops and lively cafes.
House of Sampoerna, Surabaya
Come early in the day and take a tour of this factory-museum, learning about the history and production of locally famed cigarettes.
Al-Akbar Mosque, Surabaya
Boasting several domes of gorgeous blue and a 99m minaret, this impressive mosque also has a beautiful modern architecture.
Bungkul City Park, Surabaya
Pleasantly green and tranquil, this popular municipal park also features playgrounds, skating amenities, food stalls, and more.