Yogyakarta Maps and Orientation

(Yogyakarta, Central Java, Indonesia)

The cultural hub that is Yogyakarta lies on the southerly side of Central Java, where it has become a thriving tourist city. Part of the Special Region of Yogyakarta, the city is often affectionately referred to as simply 'Yogya' and has become a leading centre for higher education in Indonesia.

Yogyakarta is divided into a total of 14 different districts (kecematan), of which Kotagede, Kraton and Pakualaman (Paku Alaman) are especially prominent. Surrounding the Sultan's Palace, the Kraton neighbourhood is central to city life and is densely populated, being recently redeveloped and now known for being a tourist attraction in its own right.

Maps and Orientation of the City

It really is very simple to find your way around the city of Yogyakarta, even if you don't have a map, since the Jalan Malioboro is such an important central thoroughfare, running between the Kraton district and the railway station. To the south, the Jalan Malioboro leads into the Jalan Jenderal Ahmad Yani (Jalan A Yani).

Map of Indonesia

Indonesia map

Map of Java

Java map

Map of Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta map