IGOV Invites DPR RI Expert Staff to get to know Yogyakarta Culture.

Yogyakarta (7/1) Jogja, as a “city of culture,” has various cultures. This is one of the reason why many foreign and local tourists feel at home living in Jogja for a long time, including expert staff at the House of Representatives of the Republic of Indonesia (DPR-RI) in the field of law, Farida Azzahra, S.H., M.H. After holding a Praktisi Mengajar lecture, Farida toured the city of Yogyakarta with the staff and director of IGOV UMY. Besides Farida, there is also Ardian Prabowo, Public Policy Analysis of the National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas).

The first agenda was breakfast at Kopi Klotok in Kec. Pakem, Sleman Regency, Special Region of Yogyakarta. Kopi Klotok sells several specialties, such as Sayur Lodeh, Sayur Asem, Fried Bananas, and Kopi Klotok. Farida and Ardian admitted that they were very excited because it was rare to find a restaurant with a menu like this in Jakarta.
“Food like this, are already hard to find in Jakarta; if you want, we can make it ourselves, But in Jogja, there are still many people who sell food like this, and the restaurants are very busy. We have to wait an hour to queue,” said Farida.


After breakfast, they continued their trip to the Lava Tour using a Jeep. They went to Watu Alien, the Sisa Hartaku Merapi Museum, and the Merapi River. The Jeep trip was very exciting because it was the first experience for Farida and Ardian. “Usually when we go to the mountains, we go camping, hiking, or healing, but now we get to use Jeeps, and it’s really fun because this is our first experience,” said Ardian (FLT).

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