I took a trip to Yogyakarta (Jogja) for the culinary experience. The street food there is very popular for the experiences and unique taste. Yogyakarta itself is worth a visit for the culture, food, and history. So prepare yourselves for the ultimate food experience of Yogyakarta as we’re about to share with you what we ate and where to eat (and drink). This was a 3-day itinerary.
First off all we stayed north of Yogyakarta, about 8km north of Malioboro street in a place called Sleman. There are plenty of hotels around, we stayed in a luxurious one, but with a busy schedule to explore, see and taste it was a bit of a waste and we were not that much in the hotel.
Jalan Pendowoharjo Niron RT 01 RW 20, Niron, Pandowoharjo, Sleman, Sleman Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta 55512
Street food at Beringharjo market
Beringharjo Market is worth a visit when you are in Yogyakarta. It’s a huge traditional market and very popular for the diversity of batik they sell. Well, there is more than that, there is a lot of street food there as well.
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