Have a Plan to Visit Yogyakarta? Don’t Forget These 5 Spots

Have a Plan to Visit Yogyakarta? Don’t Forget These 5 Spots

1.      Kosakora Peak

Gunung Kidul Regency did not seem to run out of places of interest. Located at the east of Drini Beach, Kosakora Peak comes to complement other interesting places in Gunung Kidul.

To reach the green grass at this altitude, you need to struggle as by climbing the steep stone. But when you reach the peak, your tired will be paid off by the beautiful scenery of the south coast.

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2.      Panguk Kediwung Hill

Bukit Panguk Kediwung offers scenic views of the hills. It is located in Kediwung, Mangunan, Dlingo, Bantul. The hill is adjacent to Mangunan Fruit Garden. As you arrived in this hill, the viewpoint in Bukit Panguk Kediwung could be a reliable place for you to take pictures.

Bukit Panguk Kediwung is often called a country above the clouds, because at the morning when the sun rises the fog will be so thick that it’s like you are on a cloud. But don’t take a long to capture any moment, the other visitors are too.

3.      Karst Tubing Sedayu

If you are looking for an adrenaline activity, Karst Tubing Sedayu can be a suit choice. The location is on Surobayan, Argomulyo, Sedayu, Bantul. Unlike other karst tubing, the river in Karst Tubing Sedayu is a narrow river and flanked by cliffs.

The best time to come here is at the rainy season, because the flow will be quite swift and challenging. Don’t worry about the safety, because you will be accompanied by a pro guide.

4.      Breksi Cliffs

This relatively new tourist attraction is located not far from Ijo Temple, precisely in Groyokan, Sambirejo, Prambanan, Sleman. Initially this cliff is one of the mining locations of local residents. The former mining activity is what seems to be carving a cliff into a beautiful landscape.

If you climb to the top of the cliff, you can see the beautiful natural scenery, along with the temples around the cliffs such as Prambanan Temple, Ijo Temple, Sojiwan Temple, and Barong

5.      Watu Lumbung Beach

Watu Lumbung is a beach that located between Wediombo Beach and Gunung Batur Beach, precisely in Balong, Girisubo, Gunung Kidul. Uniquely, in the middle of Watu Lumbung Beach there are two large stones which later became the hallmark of this beach.

It is called Watu Lumbung because one of the stones is similar to a rice granary. Unlike the other beaches that are identical with the sand, in Watu Lumbung Beach you will find many rocks. For you who like photography, this place is perfect for guys!

 

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