ounded in 1756 as the capital of the Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Sultanate, Yogyakarta is still the center of Javanese science and culture today. The combination of elements of Javanese tradition, a calm atmosphere, and the friendliness of the local residents creates a special charm that always makes tourists want to keep coming back to this city. The Ngayogyakarta Hadiningrat Palace Complex, where the Sultan and his family live, is a tourist destination that cannot be missed when visiting the city of Yogyakarta. Recorded as the largest Buddhist temple in the world which is also included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Borobudur Temple is a historical tourist area that cannot be missed. Another destination that is worth a visit is Prambanan Temple, the largest Hindu temple complex in Indonesia which routinely holds performances of the Ramayana ballet. Yogyakarta culture is also preserved through delicious culinary offerings and traditional handicrafts. So, don't forget to visit Jalan Malioboro to sample a variety of local dishes and look for interesting souvenirs as souvenirs, such as batik cloth, silver and leather puppets.