Sogan Village Resort: Yogyakarta, Central Java

jawa_rum.jpg Travel anywhere on the island of Java and you will see antiquated and traditional Javanese houses dating from the previous centuries. These places are airy, very large and beautifully constructed. And, you will see a lot that are rundown and dilapidated.

It would be great if you could ‘fold up’ all these buildings and carry them to one place and create a grand village. Not such a crazy idea!.

Abandoned traditional Javanese houses dating back to the 19th century have now found a new home at Sogan Village Resort, located some 10 kilometres to the north of Yogyakarta, a unique culinary and cultural recreation destination that offers traditional cuisines and cultural attractions.

Built on some 3,000 square meters of land, at Sogan Village visitors can partake of the pleasures and tranquility of village life within an authentic, traditional Javanese atmosphere.


Sogan Village Resort has been developed to reflect the environment of the quiet, traditional Javanese hamlet of Rejodani, Sariharjo village, in Ngaglik subdistrict, Sleman regency. A grand opening is planned soon for Sogan,

I had a look at the Sogan Village website and you really have to see this place to believe it. I think my wife Candika will like this place!.