8 Recommended Natural Attractions in Jogja – the one of woderfull city in indonesia

The city of sultans or gudeg city is a designation for the special region of Yogyakarta which has many tourist attractions. Here are the recommendations of Jogja nature tourism that is interesting and worth visiting. 

1. Pine Pengger 

Bantul has one instagramable pine forest. His name is Pinus Pengger. Not only offers natural scenery from a height, but Pinus Pengger also has many Instagramable photo spots. 

To reach the tourist attraction located in Terong Village, Dlingo District, Bantul Regency, visitors only need to travel 23-kilometers by road from the heart of Yogyakarta to Mangunan Village, Dlingo. 

Arriving at Mangunan, visitors only need to follow the directions to the pine forest area. Pinus Pengger itself is located not far from the top of Becici. Pinus Pengger has only opened since April 2016. 

In addition to offering natural scenery, here (Pinus Pengger) there are 7 photo spots with various shapes of palms, thumbs, semicircular bridges. 

2. Kaliadem Bunker 

Jogja's natural attractions located in Sleman present a cool, cool, and exciting natural beauty. Here you can see the beautiful view directly under Mount Merapi. 

3. Klangon Hill 

Klangon Hill is a new tour that is being famous recently. Although only known this tourist attraction has actually been opened to the public in 2011 ago, this tour presents the natural under the slopes of merapi and can make a camp. 

For the entrance fee, you will only be charged IDR 2,000 for motor vehicles and IDR 5,000 for car vehicles. Okay pretty cheap, isn't it? 

4. The Lost World Castle 

Around Mount Merapi there is a contemporary tourist attraction, The Lost World Castle. Just like the name suggests, travelers will be treated to a view of various types of fortresses, ranging from Takeshi Fort to the Great Wall of China. 

In addition, travelers will also feel the sensation of being abroad because there is a typical Japanese cherry blossom garden. Then travelers can also find Indian houses as well as various iconic ships. 

This tourist attraction is located at Jalan Patung Merapi, Cangkringan Village, Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. The Lost World Castle is open daily from 07.00-18.00 WIB. The ticket price is IDR 30,000. 

5. Parangtritis Beach 

Mentioning jogja nature tourism is not complete if you do not mention Parangtritis Beach, here travelers can enjoy the atmosphere of the beach, and sunset is fun. 

This beach is unique with big waves and sand mountains around the beach, commonly called sand dunes. It is said that Parangkusumo Beach near Parangtritis Beach is the location of a meeting between the King of Yogyakarta and Nyi Roro Kidul. It is believed that there is a ban on wearing green clothes for tourists when visiting the beach. 

6. Becici Peak 

From this pine forest, you can see the beautiful and romantic twilight and see the beautiful scenery of Yogyakarta from a height. 

To enter this area, travelers only pay IDR 3,000 for motor vehicles and IDR 10,000 for cars. Don't forget to capture the holiday moment from a height. 

The summit of Becici in Bantul was visited by U.S. President Barack Obama in 2017. Becici Peak is located in Muntuk Village, Dlingo District, Bantul Regency, or 30 Km from the center of Yogyakarta. To get to Becici Peak you can pass the Yogyakarta-Wonosari route. 

Also, from the top, you can see the view of Yogyakarta city up here. You can also enjoy the beauty of Prambanan temple on the north and south coast here. In addition, Sunset at Becici Peak is one of the most beautiful and best in Yogyakarta. 

7. Breksi Cliff 

Twilight connoisseurs, it's fitting to come to Breksi Cliff. From the top, travelers can see the sun returning to the contest while enjoying the twinkling lights of Yogyakarta at night. In addition, travelers can also take pictures with a large limestone background on the carved walls. 

Breksi Cliff is located in Gn. Sari, Sambirejo, Prambanan, Sleman. Travelers can come every day from 06.00-20.00 WIB. The ticket price is IDR 5-10,000. 

8. Tirta Budi 

Jogja's next natural attraction is Tirta Budi Baths aka Blue Lagoon. It's called the Blue Lagoon because the water is blue and clear like an oasis in the desert. This bath itself is in the form of a not so large pool, there is a small shower in the middle of which flows water from bamboo sticks 

It used to be used by local people for daily activities, but because of the beauty of this place, many people are interested in visiting and taking a bath there. 

Although the size of the pond in the Blue Lagoon is not large, there is a uniqueness here, namely the presence of small fish in it. If our bodies go into this pond, prepare an army of small fish to approach. but take it easy, the fish is not terrible like piranha fish, instead, we will feel the sensation of our skin being bitten gently similar to fish spa therapy. 

Definitely have a great experience if you take a dip in the Blue Lagoon. In addition to feeling the cold and refreshing water, the lush trees around the pond add more coolness and shade, perfect for relieving fatigue after a day touring Yogya. 

Refresh your day at the Blue Lagoon, this hidden paradise is a new way to enjoy the natural beauty of Yogyakarta. If you are interested in visiting, the location of Blue Lagoon or Tirtabudi Baths is in Widodomartani, Ngemplak, Sleman.