Jalan Malioboro Jogja: Down the Road with Typical Javanese Design and Yellow Lights That Give the Impression

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Karogaul.com – Of course you know the route in Jogja which is very popular throughout Indonesia? Yep, that name is Malioboro Street. This path is indeed very well known by residents in Indonesia because it has strong philosophical and historical values. The Maliboro line is known as the main driving force behind Yogyakarta’s pulse since the Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Kingdom was founded.

This area began to grow again during the colonization period near 1790, the Dutch Governor’s Office was established which is now the State Palace and Fort Vendeburg at the southern end of the Malioboro line is the Zero Point Kilometer Jogja, so slang. Especially with the influx of many trade people from China, increasing the number of residents who flock to this place every day.

Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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On the Malioboro Line there is also the oldest and most popular hotel in Yogyakarta, namely the Garuda hotel. This 5-star hotel is located at the northern end of the Malioboro Line, friends, so it is very strategic and since the Dutch colonial era it has become a favorite place to stay.

In the pedestrian zone of the Malioboro Line, you will walk on elegant marble stones with green plants along the path. Moreover, this area is arranged in such a way as to be a tourist area for spbat slang, with many seats along the Maliboro route.

Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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Generally in the afternoon until the evening, the seats on the Malioboro Line are crowded with tourists who want to see the atmosphere of Malioboro which is very characteristic of ‘Yogyakarta’ slang. Moreover, the lane lights have a unique Javanese design with yellow lights which certainly create a memorable intimate impression.

If you want to buy souvenirs or memories from Yogyakarta, friends, then you can buy a lot of souvenirs at street vendors along the Malioboro Line, if you want to have a better quality item then you can also buy it at the store there along the Malioboro Line.

Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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Of course, when you are in the Maliboro area, which is located in the middle of the Margo Utomo and Margo Mulyo Lines, you will not be bored, because there are artists who like to exhibit their work here, slang friends, such as statue installations. Not only that, there are also street musicians, who usually play angklung, guitar, drums, or singing equipment who are ready to give you entertainment.

Ticket Prices and Malioboro Street Parking

Jalan Malioboro Jogja
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The ticket price for the Malioboro Line does not actually have a fee, and it is completely free. But you must pay for parking if you bring your own vehicle. The parking fee is also quite cheap, Rp. 5,000 for a car. On the other hand, for a motorbike, it is Rp. 2,000, slang buddy.

The parking area of ​​the Malioboro Line is at the Abu Bakar Ali Parking Center which is located at the northern end of the Malioboro Line and adjacent to the train tracks.

Malioboro Road Facilities

Jalan Malioboro Jogja
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The Malioboro Line facilities for visiting slang friends are very complete. So that slang friends who visit the Malioboro area do not need to worry if they want to defecate because here public toilet facilities are provided which are quite clean. Malioboro Line facilities for cleanliness, such as trash cans are also found along this route, so you don’t have to worry about finding a trash can.

Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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The following are the facilities for Jalan Malioboro:
• Restroom
• Rubbish bin
• Pedestrian
• Seat
• Park
• 5th Street merchant selling souvenirs
• Shops along the Malioboro Line selling souvenirs, fashions, and culinary delights
• Malioboro Mall.
• Malioboro Line data board
• Officers who are ready to guide you near the Malioboro area.

Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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Malioboro Street is the name of one of the three streets in the city of Yogyakarta which stretches from Tugu Yogyakarta to the intersection of the Yogyakarta Post Office. Overall, it consists of Jalan Margo Utomo, Jalan Malioboro, and Jalan Margo Mulyo. This road is the axis of the Yogyakarta Palace Imaginary Line. Wikipedia

Jalan Malioboro Jogja

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Jalan Malioboro Jogja

Length: 2km
Location: Yogyakarta, Special Region of Yogyakarta, Indonesia
North: Jalan Margo Utomo (Prince Mangkubumi), Jogja
South: Jalan Margo Mulyo (Ahmad Yani)
Native name: ​ꦩꦭꦶꦪꦧꦫ (Javanese)

That’s a brief review of “Jalan Malioboro Jogja: Down the Road with Typical Javanese Designs and Yellow Lights That Give an Impression” for slang friends who are on vacation to Jogja, don’t forget to stop by this place full of beauty, okay.


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