Yogyakarta ~ the Old lady on Beringhardjo corner

Yogyakarta ~ the Old lady on Beringhardjo corner

The fat satay seller on the corner of Beringhardjo market. She will warmed the sweet seasoned satay using the carcoal based on order and definitely the best way to eat this one is while its HOT.

Honestly, with 1500 rupiahs per stick you can taste a lil bit heaven in your tongue and months of exercise for your cholestrol ;p

Yogyakarta ~ the Guardian

Yogyakarta ~ the Guardian

I saw this statue first at the Yogyakarta airport on my last visit on May, but when I come back this October, this statue is standing freely in the most crowded intersection which known as the zero kilometres meeting point. From the intersection you can go to Sultan Palace, Malioboro, president palace, Beringhardjo market, tasting traditional food, educational garden for children or watching an old building from Dutch colonialism, Vrederburg castle, or just visit the Batik monument right next to the guardian.

Just let me know if you ever planned to visit Yogyakarta 🙂

A Taste of Gudeg


Gudeg seller @Malioboro street at night, Yogyakarta ~ Oct 12

As the nights comes down and the other side of the night has risen, the souvenirs seller replace by the food vendor and one of it is a gudeg seller that I found nearby the 24 hours shop at Malioboro. The lady was helped by her daughter, selling gudeg one of the traditional food from Yogyakarta.

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The taste of Pecel


Pecel street stall infront of Beringhardjo market, Malioboro @Yogyakarta~Oct 12



Once arrived at Malioboro, you’ll find this food stall lining along the sidewalk, centered in front of Beringhardjo market. This seems like a heaven for a vegetarian since they sold pecel ~ a porsion of boiled veggie poured with grinding peanuts, chili, coconut sugar and salt. You can eat pecel along with the seasoned fried tofu, tempe and bakwan (fried vegies mixed with flour & egg) with 10,000 -15,000 rupiah which equal to 1-2 USD you can feed your dragon already 🙂


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Sate Gajih ~ One way to pleased your tongue


Sate gajih @Beringhardjo market ~ Yogyakarta, Oct 12

If you ever visit Yogyakarta, go to Beringhardjo market and walk a little to find this old lady, selling one of the tasty snack, satay of fats with sweet seasoning. Once you order, the satay will be re-burn using a charcoal because it tasted better when its hot. She’ll wrap the satay using banana leaf and with 1500 rupiahs per stick I could pleased my tongue for five minutes…..

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