Solo tour is one of the most favorite tour programs chosen by tourists every vacation and tour in Yogyakarta. Both domestic tourists and tourists from abroad such as from Malaysia, Singapore, Europe.
Solo tour has advantages about tourist destinations in Solo which is almost the same as the City of Yogyakarta, Yogyakarta. In terms of cultural traditions that are almost the same. Indeed it is true because of the historical development of the former Mataram kingdom between Solo and Jogja was a Mataram kingdom. After the Giyanti agreement made by the Dutch East Indies colonial government.
This tour in Solo starts at 8:00 in the morning after breakfast at the Hotel. Then head straight to Solo. The trip to Solo is approximately 2 hours away. Upon arrival in Solo, we will invite you to visit Mangkunegaran Palace. Kraton Mangkunegaran has a complete collection of historical relics and preserved Javanese culture which was built here in 1745. After being satisfied, continue to look around and shop for antiq goods at Triwindu Market which is not far from Kangkon Mangkunegaran.
In the quarterly market you can see antiques shopping and a variety of souvenirs and handicrafts that are already antiq are available here. Continue to see the Batik museum in Danarhadi and you can shop for Solo batik in the Batik Laweyan village in Solo. Once satisfied returning to the Hotel in Jogja.
Adisucipto International Airport or from your hotel stay
Solo Tour to the Mangkunegaran Palace was built in 1745 by Raden Mas Said or better known by the name of Prince Sumbernyowo who was persistent against the Dutch power at that time. As the residence of Raja Mangkunegaran, this palace consists of 2 main parts namely the pavilion and the palace.
Pendopo is a place that is often used to entertain guests and there is a complete gamelan called Kyai Keyut Mesem and consists of Javanese Joglo-shaped buildings made with round teak wood.
This traditions as the residence of the King and part of the room in Dalem there is also a collection of works of art such as Basuki Abdullah’s paintings, a collection of rare books and ancient books in the Mangkunegaran Palace which is still well maintained.
|Domestic / Kitas Entrance Ticket Prices||Rp.10,000 / person|
|Foreign Tourist Ticket Prices||Rp. 18,000 / Person|
|Opening Hours Every Day||9:00 – 14:00|
Solo Tour to Triwindu Market which is not far from Kangkon Mangkunegaran, Solo. Triwndu Market is located on Jalan Jalan Diponegoro or in front of the Mangkunegaran Palace in the Banjarsari area of Solo.
Triwindu Market is the most famous antique market with many selling antiques that are already rare and we cannot find anymore in other places. Such as antiq lamp hangers, ancient urns, keris, rare motif batik or a kind of ornament sera decorations that are hundreds of years ago.
In this place in Triwndu market you must have experience about antiques because in Triwindu market there are also imitation items for sale here. You must be careful before buying. It’s fun if you are in Triwindu Market enjoying souvenirs and anti-goods lined up neatly. Unforgettable experience, we can bargain with traders here.
Solo Tour to the Danar Hadi Museum which is located in the middle of the city of Solo, precisely on Jalan Slamet Riyadi Solo. The Batik Museum was built by a famous batik merchant family in Solo from the names of Mrs. Danarsih and H. Hadipriyono (Dananrsih’s mother). The family of batik merchants who have been in the batik business since 1967 and have been poor across the world of batik throughout Indonesia.
At the Danar Hadi Batik Museum there is a collection of the most complete motifs. The batik collection in this museum is influenced by the historical development of the Indonesian people. Such as Batik collections from the Netherlands or Europe, Batik Collections from Japan, China and various Asian countries. Even more interesting is the collection of Batik in Danar Hadi has a variety of batik motifs throughout the regions throughout Indonesia. This will enrich our knowledge while visiting this batik museum and we will love the art and cultural heritage of our ancestors.
|General Entrance Ticket Prices||Rp.25,000 / person|
|Student Prices||Rp.10,000 / person|
|Local Guide Fee||Rp.150,000|
|Opening Hours Every Day||09:00 – 16:00|
Solo Tour to Kampung Batik Laweyan which is a batik village in Solo as a place of making batik and as a place of batik trade that has begun to exist since the Pajang kingdom or around 1546. And at this time this place is still maintained and preserved as a batik village that is much sought after by batik lovers and tourists every holiday in Solo.
In this Laweyan Solo batik village you can shop for typical Solo Batik in various forms such as Shirts, Women’s and Children’s Clothing. With a low price and better quality than your batik shopping at the klewer market. Here you can also find written batik with typical motifs of Solo Batik, both classic and modern motifs. You can also be satisfied shopping for many of the standing Batik Batik houses that are in this Laweyang batik village.
The city of Solo not only has tourism potential that is visited by many tourists but also has a complete variety of culinary tours that are most sought after by tourists to enjoy the culinary specialties of the city of Solo.
After traveling to Solo Tour we can also enjoy culinary tours in Solo that you need to try while in Solo. Any culinary tours of the city of Solo are sought after by tourists.
Tengkleng is goat’s meat and bones which have a rather clear yellow sauce with a savory, fresh taste. Tengkleng goat dish is also added to rice as a complement to this food. This food is very popular in the city of Solo. The most famous Tekleng Goat is the Eddie Tekleng next to the Klewer Market Gate.
The Solo Tour is incomplete if you don’t enjoy Solo specialties, Liwet Rice. Liwet rice is rice that is given a little coconut milk and savory tersa with shredded chicken that feels typical that only you can find in the city of Solo. The famous Liwet rice in Solo is Liwet Wongso Lemu rice near in the Keprabon area, Banjarsari Solo.
Solo snacks or snacks made from rice flour with coconut milk are savory and sweet. The dough is cooked in small stoves that are traditionally cooked. There are some additional slices of coconut or chocolate sprinkles to taste.
Srabi Notosuman has been around since 1923. After joining the Solo Tour and one of the most sought-after souvenirs by domestic tourists every time they travel in Solo.
Low prices for travel packages to Solo tour is suitable to fill your vacation while in Jogja. This tour is for one day and is the most comfortable private tour because this tour package is not combined with other tour participants. So you can enjoy this Solo Tour tour package freely with your closest friends.
The following is a list of Solo Tour Tour Package Prices, the price depends on the type of car you choose.
|CHOICE OF CAR TYPE||SOLO TOUR TOUR PACKAGE (JOZ-06)|
|Toyota All New Avanza||Rp.700,000|
|ISuzu ELF||Rp. 1,000,000|
|Toyota Hiace Commuter||Rp. 1,800,000|
|26 Seats Tourism Bus||Rp.2,500,000|
The price includes car rental in 12 hours duration of use, friendly driver and fuel / petrol / diesel.
These prices do not include: Travel Ticket, Parking and Driver’s Tip.
We make it easy to book car rentals on this Solo Tour. We provide convenience in various ways that you can do according to your wishes.
We make a way to order car rentals in Solo that we can accept, including:
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