Yogyakarta has known as a city of culture and students because it has very historic cultural wealth and many standing of schools and universities. The city has the label of Special Region because the government system in the city is combined with the Sultanate of Yogyakarta which has been established for hundreds of years. The city still has many historic buildings from the Dutch East Indies colonial era and has one of the wonders of the world recognized by UNESCO, the Borobudur Temple in Magelang Region. Borobudur Temple, Prambanan Temple, Yogyakarta Sultanate Palace and Malioboro Street are some of the most iconic tourist destinations among the many tourist destinations in the city. In addition to cultural, historical and culinary tourism, a row of beaches along the Gunung Kidul hill was also very beautiful and natural and provides many very interesting adventure tourism attractions. You can visit the city of Yogyakarta directly by airplane via Adi Sucipto International Airport or via a road trip by train or car from the city of Bandung.