Malioboro, The Heart Of Jogja

Malioboro is a legendary shopping area that is one of the pride of Yogyakarta(or Jogja). The naming of Malioboro comes from the name of a member of the British colonial who once occupied Jogja in 1811-1816, named Marlborough.
The Dutch East Indies established Malioboro in the center of Yogyakarta in the 19th century as a center of government and economic activity. It also symbolically intends to emulate the court's authority over the grandeur of its Palace which dominates the region.
To support this goal the Dutch Colonial then established:
1. Fort Vredeburg, (builtin 1765. Now the fort is used as a museum and open  for public )
2. The house of Yogyakarta Resident (now the Presidential Palace in Yogyakarta or 
     Gedung  Agung)
3. Beringharjo Market, Hotel Garuda (formerly a place to stay and gather the colonial elite).
4. Malioboro Shopping District (the center of the colonial economy)
The historic buildings located in the Malioboro area are witnesses to the city's journey from time to time.
Malioboro presents a variety of shopping activities, ranging from traditional forms of activity to modern shopping activities. One way to shop in Malioboro is by bargaining, especially for commodity goods in the form of souvenirs and souvenirs sold by street vendors who line the sidewalks along the Malioboro road. You can get various kinds of souvenirs and crafts here such as silver, leather, wood, batik cloth, pottery and so on.
You do not need to be surprised to see the price of goods in this place. For example souvenir sellers offer these items for Rp.50,000. - If you are interested in these items, the offer must be immediately followed by a bargaining process by the tourists. From this process the price may be dropped dramatically, for example the trader is finally willing to release the item at price of Rp. 20,000. This also applies if tourists visit and shop at the Beringharjo traditional market which is located not far from Malioboro. That is the uniqueness of the tradition of shopping tourism in Malioboro, buyers must be able to bargain.
The Malioboro area is so close to other historical attractions which keep interesting historical stories. After you shop at Malioboro, you can continue to visit other tourist objects which are located quite close, such as: Yogyakarta Palace, North Square, Great Mosque, Fort Vredeburg, Sonobudoyo Museum and Kauman Village.
Architectural tours of colonial relics in Yogyakarta that can still be witnessed such as the Soiciatet Building (now a Cultural Park), Bank Indonesia, Inna Garuda Hotel and BNI BNI46. While traditional shopping tours that are quite close to Malioboro are in Ngasem Market and Beringharjo Market. There is also a public library owned by the Provincial Government of Yogyakarta for tourists.
Tourists can also see other uniqueness of Malioboro such as dozens of horse carts and rickshaws parked along the right side of the road on the slow lane of Malioboro. While on the left side of the road tourists can see hundreds of motorized vehicles parked in a row which is a sign that Malioboro is an area that attracts many visitors.
Tourist activity in Malioboro is not only during the daytime, but in the Malioboro area, tourism activities will continue with the nuances of dinner provided by stalls that appear at night, especially after 21.00 WIB. While eating a meal at Malioboro lesehan stall, tourists will be entertained by street musicians who visit the lesehan while playing certain songs.
Address: Malioboro Stree, Yogyakarta City, Special Region of Yogyakarta.
Malioboro is a tourist area that is a mainstay of the city of Yogyakarta, so there are many ways to get to this place. From Giwangan bus station or bus stops around the city of Yogyakarta, tourists use city bus line 4 and Transjogja bus route 3A or 3B.
Tourists can also use taxi services by ordering via telephone or can intercept them on the roadside. Can also use horse cart or rickshaw while enjoying the atmosphere of the city of Yogyakarta.
Ticket price
Malioboro area is a public place for tourists, so it is free of charge, only parling vehicles parking are charged parking fee.

Facilities and accommodation as supporting facilities that support the tourism sector in this place is very complete. Five-star hotels to jasmine-class hotels are widely available around this place such as in Mangkubumi Street, Dagen Street, Sosrowijayan Street, Malioboro Street, Suryatmajan Street and Mataram Street. Or look for lodging in the western part, i.e. on Ngasem Street and Wijilan area which is located not far from Malioboro.
Restaurants are also widely scattered in this region with very diverse menus and tastes ranging from stalls to angkringan (stall-shaped stalls that provide local food), Yogyakarta specialties served in a lesehan atmosphere such as warm, fried rice, sambal + lalapan and so on. There is also a restaurant or cafe that provides Chinese food, fast food or western-style cuisine such as steak, beef lasagna and others.
Other facilities in the form of places of worship, tourism police, information posts, money changer kiosks, ATMs, internet cafes, parking lots and others. There are also stalls that provide souvenirs from Yogyakarta which are on Jalan Mataram or west of Malioboro that provide various types and forms of souvenirs and special Jogja snacks such as yangko, geplak, bakpia, various types of chips and others.

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