Batik Home Industry in Yogyakarta

Batik Home Industry in Yogyakarta
Batik Home Industry
Batik Home Industry

Batik Home Industry – History of batik in Yogyakarta are very closely related with the development of the Majapahit kingdom and the spread of Islam in Java. Batic expansion much done in times of ancient Mataram kingdom, then Islamic Mataram kingdom in Solo and Yogyakarta.

Batik in Indonesia has been known since antiquity and continue to expand employment in the Majapahit kingdom and the subsequent kings. When you start widening this batik art belongs to the people of Indonesia and Java in particular tribe is after the end of the 18th century AD. Produced batik is batik, to the early 20th century AD and the new batik known after the first world war finished in 1920. Many Batik counties in Java center is another area, then Batik become a tool by the economic struggle against Muslim figure of Dutch economy.

  •   We had planned our itinerary for a 4day tour of Yogja and needed to settle our transportation for the trip. We were recommended by friends from Singapore who had a great experience too and we are glad we went with them! We are always greeted...More

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    9/30/2018

      My wife and I had an amazing 5 days trip in Jogja thanks to Mas Adi. Honestly speaking, I liked travelling independently and figuring things out for myself and never considered hiring a private tour guide. But for this trip, it is much different as this is my first time travel with my wife. Hence, I have decided to hire a private tour guide and it was the best decision that I've made. Why? 1. Cheaper travelling cost - if you plan only to travel from point A to point B, it is much cheaper to use Grab / Uber / etc..but if you have a long list of places to visit, it is cheaper to hire private tour guide. 2. Hassle free - in Jogja, you need to drive for long hours from one destination to next. Not only that, Mas Adi will pick us up at the hotel as early as 330 a.m. for sunrise viewing. He will also send and wait for us patiently to places that we wish to go. 3. Knowledge sharing - Having someone who is well conversant with the area, Mas Adi briefed us the background stories and shared unique information concerning the sites visited. 4. Local cuisine - No trip is complete without exploring the local delicacies. For us, Mas Adi will give suggestions on what and where to try them. Not only he cares about the taste, he will make sure... My wife and I had an amazing 5 days trip in Jogja thanks to Mas Adi.

    Honestly speaking, I liked travelling independently and figuring things out for myself and never considered hiring a private tour guide. But for this trip, it is much different as this is my first time travel with my wife. Hence, I have decided to hire a private tour guide and it was the best decision that I've made.

    Why?

    1. Cheaper travelling cost - if you plan only to travel from point A to point B, it is much cheaper to use Grab / Uber / etc..but if you have a long list of places to visit, it is cheaper to hire private tour guide.

    2. Hassle free - in Jogja, you need to drive for long hours from one destination to next. Not only that, Mas Adi will pick us up at the hotel as early as 330 a.m. for sunrise viewing. He will also send and wait for us patiently to places that we wish to go.

    3. Knowledge sharing - Having someone who is well conversant with the area, Mas Adi briefed us the background stories and shared unique information concerning the sites visited.

    4. Local cuisine - No trip is complete without exploring the local delicacies. For us, Mas Adi will give suggestions on what and where to try them. Not only he cares about the taste, he will make sure that the place is clean and the food is Halal.

    5. Free photographer - Actually, we did bring along a selfie stick and a tripod for this trip. Thanks to Mas Adi, we did not use them as he offers to take our pictures every time.

    Thank you Mas Adi for your warm hospitality, time and knowledge. Highly recommended tour guide. More

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    9/29/2019
  •   Fantastic experience tour in jogja, great jeep ride, jomblang cave tour, and lots of good food, fabulous job by the tour guide, Pak Budi. He is friendly and helpful throughout the trip.

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    8/26/2018

      This trip is beyond incredible! All thanks to our tour guide Adi in Jogja! He’s such a friendly kind and definitely a very patient person (no hesitation is helping us to take nice pictures!) and would like to say thank you for always reaching our...More

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    5/21/2019
Batik Home Industry
Batik Home Industry

Batik art is art image on the cloth became a cultural of Indonesia kings of old world. Initially, batik done only limited in the Kingdom alone, the result is to dress the king and family and his followers in the government. As a result many followers king who lived outside the area Yogyakarta Palace, batik art then brought them out of the Kingdom and made ​​its place respectively.

Over time this batik art imitated by the people nearest and subsequently became widespread employment of women in the household to fill spare time. Furthermore, batik clothing was only the Kingdom family, then became a folk outfit that much preferred by women as well as men. White fabric material widely used that time is woven itself. Worn while coloring consist of native plants from Indonesia. Material substance among others of: noni tree, indigo, Soga, soda.

Batik Home Industry course
Batik Home Industry course

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