The Special Region of Yogyakarta has indeed become a tourist spot that tourists always miss. One of the places to enjoy its natural beauty is Obelix Hills.
In the corner of Sleman city, there is a natural scenery that is soothing to the eyes. Travelers can see the beautiful panorama of Yogyakarta from a height.
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To be precise, the Obelix Hills destination is located in Klumprit I-II Hamlet, Wukiharjo, Kapanewon, Prambanan, Sleman Regency. Beauty in various corners can be enjoyed because there is a lot of space to relax.
Citing its official website, Saturday (19/3/2022), Obelix Hills is located on rocky hills on the outskirts of Yogyakarta. As far as the eye can see, there are only views of green hills, trees and the cityscape of Yogyakarta. If lucky, a traveler can see the light of dusk, and, even at night, tourists can see the sparkling lights of the city.
Not only that, there are many free photo spots that Instagramable with the concept of open landscapes. In fact the number reaches 30 in each corner! There are also unique buildings such as the Three Mountaints Tent, Rock Bar and Casa Mexiana with various colors.
One of the newest photo spots is Pottert Cave with an aesthetic concept and a beautiful blend of colorful pottery. This concept also introduces the artworks of local artists in Yogyakarta which are so beautiful and can be used according to the times,
This destination is relatively new, but is often visited by tourists during the holiday momentum. Previously reported by detik.comObelix Hills became the destination with the most visitors during the Eid al-Fitr 1442 H holiday period, which is from 12 to 16 May 2021.
“The favorite destinations for this holiday period are Obelix Hills, followed by Kaliurang and Kaliadem. Then, Prambanan Temple, Jogja Bay, and Breksi Cliff,” said Acting Head of the Sleman Suci Tourism Office Iriani Sinuraya to reporters, Wednesday (19/5).
Are there any travelers who are planning a trip to Obelix Hill in Sleman this weekend?
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