Coming from W Hotels Kuala Lumpur, Chef ‘Roy’ Goh Koon Lai is hosting Taste of China, a special culinary experience at Marriott Hotel Yogyakarta.
The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta has published a culinary book featuring a variety of cuisines that were part of the hotel’s culinary evolution.
International Day of Yoga (IDY) 2019 was celebrated in Prambanan Temple in Yogyakarta on 22 to 23 June.
Bedhaya dance is known as a sacred dance usually performed only at the Keratons (palace) in Yogyakarta and Surakarta but today it's available for public eyes to enjoy.
Jambuluwuk Malioboro Hotel has received the official certification of 5-star hotels from PT. Megah Tritunggal Mulia (MTM)
Yogyakarta Marriott Hotel offers guests an extravagant Iftar feast featuring Middle East, local and international favourites.
Through a collaboration with local artists, the event will be touring to other hotel brands in Bandung, Yogyakarta, and ended up in Bali.
Explore endless cultural and tourism destinations in the heart of Java. These two cities offer haven of arts, culinary, shopping, nature, and not to forget - Javanese royalty.
The Phoenix Hotel features 143 rooms offering all the comforts a hotel today has to offer without losing its spirit, the elegant and historical setting.
The hotel plans to invite a number of talented mixologists and liquor experts in 2019.
Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta has emerged as a hotel known for its luxurious accommodations where modernity co-exists with regal traditions.
The multi award-winning, independent 5-star hotel Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta has recently added a kids club and playground.
Maintaining its position as one of Yogyakarta’s regional leaders in hospitality and luxury, Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta reveals transformation.
The Phoenix Hotel Yogyakarta presents new face of Vino Bar & Cafe followed by the introduction of its latest and most complete collection of wines.
As part of observances for Ramadan this month, Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta serves up a special menu for both sahur and iftar in three different venues.
Royal Ambarrukmo Yogyakarta has been transformed into a Kampung Nelayan where diners can indulge in a variety of rich seafood dishes throughout April.
Inspired by the Javanese art of weaving, both the exterior and interior designs of the hotel feature woven elements that speak of sturdiness and beauty.