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Yogyakarta, also referred to as Jogja, has long been a hub for culture and arts in Indonesia.

Artists of all mediums and styles continue to flock to the city thanks to its creative culture and affordable living. Today, the central Javan city is the best place in the country, if not all of Asia, to discover street art. Even if the main purpose of your trip is to see Borobudur, Prambanan or to climb Mt. Merapi, no visit to Jogja is complete without sampling its amazing collection of public art.

The Jogja street art scene, along with the numerous contemporary art galleries in the city, makes Yogyakarta an absolute must-visit for any art lover travelling to Java.

To get a good overview of Yogyakarta’s street art scene, you will need at least a couple days in the city.

Have a look at the photos and get inspired by this small fraction of what Jogja has to offer, and let me know what you think of the street art in Yogyakarta.

The Jogja street art scene, along with the numerous contemporary art galleries in the city, makes Yogyakarta an absolute must-visit for any art lover travelling to Java.

To get a good overview of Yogyakarta’s street art scene, you will need at least a couple days in the city.

Have a look at the photos and get inspired by this small fraction of what Jogja has to offer, and let me know what you think of the street art in Yogyakarta.

Posted by TheJohnsons 02:12 Archived in Indonesia Tagged art people craft bali indonesia culture religion traditional street travel vacation market village city building fashion holiday beautiful day old festival destination asian asia tourism shop style vintage hinduism design color decoration pattern colorful ethnic hindu retro spirit exterior ubud souvenir background silence handmade balinese denpasar handicraft indonesian vector illustration nyepi

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