YOGYAKARTA – FashionTV is in Yogyakarta, Indonesia to see why Indonesia is a premiere fashion destination! Miss Tourism Indonesia 2011 Melissa Putri Latar and 2nd Runner-Up Ratna Mariana gives us an indepth look at why the amazing cultural heritage of the region is worth taking a look at. We take a look at landmarks like Borobudur Temple, the largest Buddhist temple in the world. The girls take a break on the golf course, eat delicious Indonesian cuisine and catch up on their reading with FashionTV magazine. They marvel at the Train Museum Ambarawa and the Yogyakarta Palace (Keraton.) They check out the silver at Kota Gede. Other stops include the Javanese Museum, Parangkusumo Beach, and a massage at the spa. They enjoy Indonesian delicacies at the Royal Ambarrukmo and the nightlife.
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