Price: US$49/person (min 2 persons)

Historically, Kotagede was known as the site where the founder of the new Mataram Kingdom, Panembahan Senopati established his palace in 1575. Kotagede used to be the capital of Islamic Mataram Empire. This kingdom claims that they were the direct inheritance with the ancient Mataram rulers who build the almighty Borobudur and Prambanan Temples. Before Panembahan Senopati built an empire and Kotage becoming the capital city, this site was a jungle namely Mentaok. Then this city grew and established until becoming the capital city. In fact, there were more than 170 houses built in 1700s era around Kotagede. The name Kotagede comes from Kota means city and Gede means Great, so Kotagede is a great city.

To experience what the past look like in Kotagede, Travelovers can explore this historical site by enjoying our half-day Kotagede Heritage tour which include Kotagede Traditional Market, King Tombs of Mataram Kingdom (Panembahan Senopati’s graveyard), Old alleys, Between Two Gates, Watu Gilang, and Kotagede Mosque considered as the oldest mosque in Yogyakarta. Kotagede also offers experience for those who enjoy old and antique architecture. Kotagede is also the center for silver art and some silver handicrafts. In this walking tour with TRAVELXISM, you will also learn how to make silver handicraft yourself!

This will be an amazing experience for you to enjoy the culture and heritage while learning the history of Javanese culture, guided by our experienced local guide.


1st hour

- Meet and greet our local

  guide at Kotagede

- Start Kotagede Heritage

  Walking tour

- The Oldest Mosque in Jogjakarta

- The Royal Cemetary

2nd hour

- Silver handicraft workshop (if you want

  to make your own silvercraft to bring

  home add extra USD $20)

- If you do not wish to make

  your own silver, the tour is


3rd-4th hour

- Old alleys 

- Kotagede Legi Traditional


- Between two gates

What is included:

Private tour

Private transport by airconditioned car


English speaking local guide

Entrance free

Refilled mineral water

Gasoline and parking fee

What isn't included?

Personal expenses


Travel insurance

and others not mentioned

Silver art workshop (extra $20 if you want to make your own silver souvenier)