Food typical of this city is “Gudeg”. Yogyakarta is known as student city because almost 20% of the population is a productive student, and there are 137 universities. Yogyakarta city is a city that characterized the dynamics of school and university students from various regions in Indonesia.
College owned by the government is the State Universityof Yogyakarta, the Indonesian Arts Institute and State Islamic University Sunan Kalijaga. Map of Yogyakarta had become the center of Mataram Kingdom between 1575-1640. Until now the Palace (Palace) was still functioning in the real sense and become an interesting tourist attraction. In addition to cultural heritage, tourism Yogyakarta has beautiful natural panorama. Padi fields in the suburbs with the Mount Merapi volcano as background.
The beaches are still easily found naturally in the south of the Regional Municipality of Yogyakarta. The people here live in peace and have a unique hospitality. Tourist attractions and artistic atmosphere that was felt in Yogyakarta. Malioboro, which is the lifeblood of Yogyakarta, was flooded with handicrafts from all over.