As one of the most fascinating and culturally affluent holiday hotspots in Indonesia, spending a day in Solo is a dream come true for travellers heading to this part of Asia.
Start your day in Solo with a tour of its most iconic landmarks and cultural points of interest. First head to the Mangkunegaran Palace or Pura Mangkunegaran as its known locally and don’t forget to stop by the equally stunning Kasunanan Palace which is surrounded by extensive palace grounds. The venue also houses a museum which documents the history of the palace as well as its renowned residents.
Where to stay
Making a reservation at a hotel in Solo Indonesia the likes of Alila Solo Hotel Indonesia in a convenient location is all the more beneficial. If one is unable to secure a centrally located stay, the next best option is to find a hotel or resort close to public transport hubs in Solo.
Attend a Local Event
Regardless of the timing of your visit, there are numerous cultural, retail and recreational events taking place in Central Java and Solo, in particular, all year long.
Drop by the local flea market known as Pasar Triwindu for an equally appealing retail experience.
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