CorelDraw Map Yogyakarta Indonesia

Yogyakarta, often simply called Jogja, is a special region and city located on the island of Java in Indonesia. The city is known for its rich cultural heritage, historic sites, vibrant arts scene, and proximity to stunning natural attractions. Yogyakarta is divided into several districts and neighborhoods, each with its own unique characteristics. Here’s an overview of some of them:

  1. Yogyakarta City Center (Kota Yogyakarta):
    • Malioboro: This is the most famous street in Yogyakarta, lined with shops, street vendors, restaurants, and hotels. It’s a bustling area with a vibrant street atmosphere.
    • Kraton (Sultan’s Palace): The Kraton is the royal palace of the Sultan of Yogyakarta. It’s a significant cultural and historical site with traditional Javanese architecture.
    • Tamansari Water Castle: A historic water palace complex built by the first Sultan of Yogyakarta. It’s known for its unique architecture and underground tunnels.
  2. Kotagede:
    • This neighborhood is known for its historical significance as the original site of the Mataram Sultanate. It features ancient architecture, silver workshops, and a lively market.
  3. Prawirotaman:
    • A trendy area with a relaxed atmosphere, Prawirotaman is popular among tourists. It’s filled with boutique hotels, restaurants, and art shops.
  4. Kotabaru:
    • This district is known for its universities, including Gadjah Mada University (UGM). It has a youthful and academic vibe, with various cafes and student hangouts.
  5. Kulon Progo:
    • A more rural area outside the city center, Kulon Progo offers a tranquil escape from the city. It’s known for its natural beauty and scenic landscapes.
  6. Sleman:
    • Home to various universities and educational institutions, Sleman is a thriving area with a mix of urban and suburban characteristics.
  7. Bantul:
    • Known for its beaches, Bantul is a popular destination for those looking to relax by the sea. It’s also famous for its traditional arts and crafts.
  8. Gunung Kidul:
    • This district is known for its stunning caves, beaches, and natural wonders. Tourists visit to explore the underground and above-ground beauty of the region.

Yogyakarta, in general, is a city with a strong sense of tradition and culture. It’s famous for its batik fabric, traditional Javanese dance and music, and puppetry. Additionally, Yogyakarta is a hub for higher education, which adds a youthful and vibrant aspect to the city’s atmosphere.

Author: Kirill Shrayber, Ph.D.

I have been working with vector cartography for over 25 years, including GPS, GIS, Adobe Illustrator and other professional cartographic software.

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