Jogja Ada di Sini

Romantic View from The Center of Yogyakarta, Zero Kilometre Area

Have you ever heard about the newest and the most charming street
in Jogja besides Malioboro? Right after following Malioboro Street,
you will find a spot named Zero Kilometre area where many people love
to gather around.

Jogja Zero Kilometre is an intersection in the heart of Yogyakarta
City. Similar to Jogja Monument, this place becomes so famous for
offering a magnificent sight, especially at night. Surrounding the
area are historical buildings like Post Office, BNI Bank, and

Jogja Zero Kilometre is not just an intersection, it’s a site with
more interesting view and feels. For, it’s rightly located at the
front of Jogja Palace. On this point, you can feel the sensation
being at the heart of Yogyakarta, it’s so peaceful and lovely.

What to expect in this place? As you can see, Jogja Palace or
Javanese people call it Keraton Ngayogyakarta offers a romantic and
beautiful sight. Many people like to hang out, walk around the site,
and even take pictures here. You will find some people wearing unique
costumes to take photos with you.

In a specific period, there is also a performance applied in
buildings around the street named Sumonar Fest. It offers a
projection mapping and interactive art visual, adding the beauty of
the surroundings.


Panembahan Senopati Street, Prawirodirjan, Gondomanan Regency,
Yogyakarta City, Special Region of Yogyakarta, 55121


This tourism object provides some excellent facilities, including:

  1. Bench

  2. Spacious area for pedestrian

  3. Trash

  4. Toilets

  5. Food stalls

Open Hours and Entrance Fee

You can access this place whenever you want. It is open 24 hours
every day. For you to know, the best time to enjoy the sight of this
outdoor enthusiast is at night.

To enter the area, you don’t need to pay any fees. It is free to
access except when you need a space for parking. You should spend
money ranging from IDR 2.000 for motorbikes to IDR 5.000 for cars.

So, which one do you prefer? Jogja Monument with its majesty
symbol or Zero Kilometre area with its historical buildings around?
Both are awesome to visit, though!

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