Chrysanthemum Cultivation Site in Pakem Sub-District, Yogyakarta - Indonesia

When it comes to a vacation in Kaliurang Park, travelers get many options of attractions including an interesting place called Chrysanthemum Cultivation Site. The location is in Hargobinangun Village and it belongs to Pakem Sub-District. Well, as the name suggests, it is the place where the locals cultivate beautiful flowers of Chrysanthemum. That means visitors can take pictures in front of these colorful flowers and learn how to cultivate them from the gardeners. The good thing is that there is no fee to enter the site, as long as the owner has given the permission to visitors beforehand.

The Nuance
Despite the fact that Chrysanthemum is a common species of flower, both the locals and tourists consider them special. Thanks to the variety of colors. They look amazing and are worth a photo shoot. In terms of size, the site is not quite big, though. The place opens for visitors in the morning until 5 pm, so everyone has enough time to explore it before heading to the main attraction of Pakem Sub-District, which is Kaliurang. As mentioned before, there is no required fee but it is better to carry some cash as a preparation.

Exploring Chrysanthemum Cultivation Site
Here is the tip. In order to avoid disappointment, it is better to come to Chrysanthemum Cultivation Site during the harvest seasons, which is usually once every three months. Thus, tourists must find information regarding the availability of these flowers before visiting the location. Also, hiring a local guide is quite recommended as he can help them to talk to the owner or gardeners, for the sake of permission. He even can help tourists to get a short training how to cultivate the flowers!

Once tourists enter the site, they can directly explore and watch the collection of Chrysanthemum. The color is various, but these flowers share a similar size and shape. Due to such beauty, visitors are likely to bring out their camera and take pictures of those objects. Taking selfies is quite recommended, too, actually. Later, they can approach the gardeners to learn how to take care and cultivate the flowers depending whether these people are busy or not. Thus, having a good communication skill would be quite helpful.

Perhaps some visitors want to pick some flowers to bring home. Well, it is a common demand after all. The fact is the gardeners would allow tourists to do so, but they would charge some fee, depending on the amount of the flowers picked by them. What is next? Before going home, tourists can drop by at the nearby traditional herbal drinks seller located in front of Chrysanthemum Cultivation Site. The taste is unique and it gives an excellent health boost to the body, as well. Not to mention the price is quite affordable. 

Nearby Attractions

  • Merapi Peak
  • Bening Village
  • Tanen Village
  • 76 Hill
  • Merapi National Park

How to Get There
From Adisucipto International Airport, tourists can directly head to Pakem Sub-District and reach Chrysanthemum Cultivation Site afterward. The distance is 26.7 km, so the trip may take around 55 minutes. As for the route, the best one to take is Cangkringan Street.

Where to Stay

  • Griya Persada Hotel
  • Ngesti Laras Hotel
  • Eden 2 Hotel
  • Paraksari Hotel

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