Munggur Park in Kulon Progo Regency, Yogyakarta

It is a known fact that Yogyakarta Special Region Province has tons of interesting culture. However, the region also comes with lots of natural attractions scattered in all of its regencies. For instance, tourists can spend a great vacation at Munggur Park located in Kulon Progo Regency. Actually, the exact location is in Hargowilis Village and it belongs to Kokak Sub-District. Also, it resides in the famous tourist spot Waduk Sermo. Thus, tourists can easily visit those two places as the location is close to each other. As for the best tourist activity, people usually enjoy relaxation and sightseeing at Munggur Park.

The Nuance
When it comes to nuance, Munggur Park offers a shady and comfortable atmosphere due to the presence of tall trees that grow abundantly on the site. As the name suggests, the most dominant one is the Munggur Tree. The management even built some viewing posts installed on those trees, so tourists can climb and enjoy sightseeing in a comfortable manner. For the information, the park has three favorite spots (2 tree viewing posts and 1 wooden boat) on where tourists can enjoy photography. Plus, those come with the stunning Waduk Sermo background. Another noticeable feature is the presence of wooden benches used for relaxation and resting during the exploration later.

Exploring Munggur Park
The best feature in Munggur Park is the presence of viewing posts and several good spots to enjoy sightseeing and photography. From those locations, tourists can see Waduk Sermo clearly! With such amazing background, everyone is able to take great photos and post them proudly on the social media sites. It doesn’t matter whether they take those pictures using a digital camera or smartphone. The scenery is already great regardless of the type of equipment tourists may use to capture it.

Aside from sightseeing and photography, people come to Munggur Park to enjoy the nuance. It is because they are impressed by the serenity and refreshing ambiance of the site. Thanks to the abundant Munggur trees. The park feels so soothing and shady! This kind of atmosphere even gets better if tourists come in the morning. Somehow, it helps everyone to relieve stresses and find peace. Some people also take advantage of the park to get away from daily routines, in fact.

For first-timers, there are some important considerations for tourists to think about before heading to Munggur Park. First, it is related to the time of visit. The best one is in the morning due to the lower number of visitors and more refreshing air. For the information, the park opens at 7 am in the morning and it closes at 5 pm in the afternoon. Another important consideration is related to the environment. It is definitely prohibited to litter on the site despite the fact tourists are allowed to carry foods and drinks there.

Nearby Attractions

  • Waduk Sermo
  • Kedung Pedut Waterfall
  • Menoreh Hill
  • Bambu Air Park
  • Pethu Hill

How to Get There
For those coming from Adisucipto International Airport, they can directly head to Munggur Park by taking Yogyakarta – Wates Street. Their first destination is Kokap Sub-District and head to Hargowilis Village afterward. This trip takes approximately 1 hour and 11 minutes, as the distance is 44.5 km.

Where to Stay

  • King’s Hotel
  • Wisma Kusuma Wijaya Hotel

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