Great tour in english. Interesting, and timed about right for 1 hour. Our guide was helpful in answering questions about Indonesian life Good sightseeing
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If you have any interest in Indonesian history you may find this interesting. However, a local guide is a must or you have no idea what your looking at. It's cheap to enter and you can request a guide for no extra charge, however the...More
We were there late (after a morning visit to Borobudur Temple), so we had only one hour to see the palace. However, one hour might as well just enough. It is modest size but not all areas of the palace are open, Those that open...More
I had read a lot about Kraton and was sceptical. Unfortunately my scepticism was even exceeded. Kraton is a boring collection of pavillions (the main one is under renovation, which did not help) and old photographs. The free tour guides do their best (or so)...More
We went around the palace, into the exhibit rooms and that was it. It was alright but the experience would've been better I think, if we'd hired a guide.
This is a reasonably interesting place to spend a few hours, but do try and get there so that you can see the show at 11am that is included in the ticket price. Each day is a different art form. The day i went was...More
Take a tour guide to explain everything to you as all explanation panels are in Indonesian. There are a lot of kids on school trips there. Beware the unusual opening hours: it's closed in the afternoon.
We always think that sultans are living in gorgeous palaces full with luxury but this one is very modest. There is not so many to see in this palace (maybe except many peacocks - symbols of sultan's power), but it is very good cool place...More