Places: Yogyakarta, Semarang, Surabaya, Bali, Cangkringan
Places: Jakarta, Jogjakarta, Cangkringan, Semarang, Surabaya, Bali,
Date: 2017: 20 February
Day 1: Vancouver / Jakarta (B/D)
- Fly from Vancouver to Jakarta
- Met and transfer to hotel
- Fatahillah Square
- Hotel: 5* Borobudur hotel or similar
Day 2: Jakarta – Jogjakarta (B/L/D)
- Indonesia MiniaturePark
- Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum
- Monument National
- Shopping spree at Mangga Dua,
- Tanah Abang, TamanAnggrek
- Afternoon flight to Jogjakarta
- Hotel: 5* Inna Garuda Hotel or similar
Day 3: Jogjakarta (B/L/D)
- Prambanan Temple
- City tour
- Lunch at Malioboro Street
- Sultan Palace, Watercastle
- Batik home industry and Silversmith at Kotagede
Day 4: Jogjakarta / Cangkringan / Semarang (B/L/D)
- Transfer to Cangkringan
- Mount Merapi
- Borobudur Temple Mendut & Pawon Temple
- Jogkakarta – Semarang by coach
- Hotel: 5* Crowne Plaza or similar
Day 5: Semarang (B/L/D)
- Old city tour – little Netherlands
- Sam Po Kong Temple
- Thousand Door Building (Lawang Sewu)
- Gedung Songo Temple with horse ride
- Early evening flight to Surabaya
- Hotel: 5* JW Marriott or similar
Day 6: Surabaya (B/L/D)
- Submarine Monument
- (Monkasel) Heroes Monument – the Museum of struggle.
- House of Sampoerna
- (Museum of cigarettes).
- After lunch, drive towards Bromo
- Hotel: Bromo Cottage or similar
Day 7: Surabaya (B/L/D)
- Mount Bromo (visit the crator)
- 4 wheel drive up the mountain to have panoramic view of the valley
- Lake of Ocean Sand
- Late afternoon flight to Bali with dinner at hotel
- Hotel: 5* Discovery Kartika Plaza or similar
Day 8: Bali (B/L/D)
- Visit Ubud, Kintamani, Batur Lake then
- Krisna for souvenir, then dinner and visit to
- Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park.
- Transfer to airport for midnight flight
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Yogyakarta is a major tourist destination in Indonesia. It's the capital city of Yogyakarta Special Region which is in the southern part of the Central Java province, Indonesia.
Yogyakarta is a bustling town of some half a million people and the most popular tourist destination on Java, largely thanks to its proximity to the temples of Borobudur and Prambanan. The town is a hub of art and education, offers some good shopping and has a wide range of tourist facilities.
Semarang is a city on the north coast of the island of Java, Indonesia. It is the capital of the province of Central Java. A major port during the Dutch colonial era, and still an important port today, the city has a dominant Javanese population.
Semarang is a bustling mid-sized city with a population of 1.5 million. More a business than tourism destination, it nevertheless has its own charm with contrasting modern mid-rises, Dutch colonial architecture, Chinatown, and small "kampong" jutting against each other.
Surabaya is Indonesia's second-largest city with a population of over 2.7 million, and the capital of the province of East Java. It is located on the northern shore of eastern Java at the mouth of the Mas River and along the edge of the Madura Strait. To Indonesians, it is known as "the city of heroes" due to the importance of the Battle of Surabaya in galvanising Indonesian and international support for Indonesian independence during the Indonesian National Revolution.
The city's tree-lined streets, street parks and renovated pavements will impress those newly arrived from other cities in the archipelago, though in general the city's attractions tend to be more apparent to those who make it their home rather than to short-term visitors.
Bali is an Indonesian island located in the westernmost end of the Lesser Sunda Islands, lying between Java to the west and Lombok to the east. It is one of the country's 33 provinces with the provincial capital at Denpasar towards the south of the island. With a population recorded as 3,891,000 in 2010, the island is home to most of Indonesia's small Hindu minority. In the 2000 census about 92.29% of Bali's population adhered to Balinese Hinduism while most of the remainder follow Islam. It is also the largest tourist destination in the country and is renowned for its highly developed arts, including traditional and modern dance, sculpture, painting, leather, metalworking, and music. Bali, despite being a tourist haven for decades, has seen a surge in tourist numbers in recent years.