Gudeg, The History of Yogyakarta’s Traditional Food
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Gudeg, The History of Yogyakarta’s Traditional Food

Gudeg, Yogyakarta’s traditional cuisine is called gudeg. The primary component of Gudeg is young, unripe jackfruit, sometimes referred to as gori by the locals. Over low heat, the cooking procedure takes several hours. Gudeg is frequently served with a variety of side dishes, including krecek (traditionally spicy bull skin from Java), eggs, and spiced braised…

Yogyakarta to Host ASEAN Tourism Forum in 2023
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Yogyakarta to Host ASEAN Tourism Forum in 2023

Yogyakarta, Early in February, from February 2 to February 5, Yogyakarta is scheduled to host the ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF). The event intends to welcome 10 ASEAN nations and five other countries as special invites, according to Singgih Raharjo, head of the local tourism bureau. On November 29, Singgih stated, “There are main events and…

AirAsia Buka Lagi Rute Yogyakarta-Singapura

AirAsia Buka Lagi Rute Yogyakarta-Singapura

AirAsia Buka Lagi Rute Yogyakarta-Singapura As of Monday (20/11/2022), AirAsia will resume international service between Yogyakarta and Singapore. The flight will be operated by Indonesia AirAsia (kode penerbangan QZ), departing from Kulon Progo International Airport in Yogyakarta and arriving at Changi International Airport in Singapore. “Pengoperasian kembali penerbangan Yogyakarta-Singapura ini sekaligus untuk mendukung pengembangan pariwisata…

Sandiaga Uno and ATF Representatives Go to Yogyakarta for Travel Expo 2023

Sandiaga Uno and ATF Representatives Go to Yogyakarta for Travel Expo 2023

Sandiaga Uno and ATF representatives go to Yogyakarta for Travel Expo 2023. Yogyakarta, Indonesia On Saturday night, Sandiaga Uno, the minister of tourism and creative economy, and representatives from the ASEAN Tourism Forum (ATF) stopped by the Travel Expo at the Jakarta Exhibition Center (JEC). In a news release sent here on Sunday, Uno stated,…