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Yogyakarta is the cultural and intellectual centre of Java. Dating back to the Mataram Kingdom (8th-10th century), Yogyakarta was home to both Hindu and Buddhist religion and culture, as evidenced in the architectural legacies of Borobudur, the world’s largest Buddhist monument, and the Prambanan temple complex built during this period.
Deeply influenced by its religious and royal history, Yogyakarta is considered the soul of Javanese culture where traditional handicrafts and textiles, along with Javanese dance, theatre, and shadow puppetry can be found.
The Prambanan is a Hindu temple complex built in the 10th century and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
Borbudur is a 9th century Mahayana Buddhist temple complex, considered the largest Buddhist temple in the world.
Mount Bromo, an active volcano, is a popular destination for trekking
Taman Sari Palace, known as the garden of the Sultan of Yogyakarta, offers insight to how the royal family spends their leisure time