Trimulyo Tourism Village is located in Jetis District, Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta or on Jalan Imogiri Timur km 11 Yogyakarta. If from the Giwangan terminal you can use a public bus with the east Imogiriri road that leads to the Imogiri grave, down in front of Trimulyo Village, then walk 200 m, we can enjoy Trimulyo Tourism Village, Bantul.
Trimulyo Tourism Village was founded on April 29, 2008 by the Head of Trimulyo Village, Jetis District, Bantul Regency. At the beginning of its establishment, Trimulyo Tourism Village organized, packaged and developed tourism objects in several hamlets, namely Blawong I (Karangwuni), Blawong II, Bembem, Kembangsongo, and Sindet hamlets. Puton Hamlet.
clean river (http://trimulyo-upn.blogspot.com)
Trimulyo Tourism Village is a tourist village where visitors can do various recreational activities. Trimulyo Tourism Village is divided into 6 tourist zones, which occupy an area of 16.3 ha.
Zone I hamlet of Blawong I covering an area of 3.9 ha, has tourism potential of the Permuni hill with its caves with clear and cool waters in a stone cave, the myth of watu amben, jaran sebrani, watu umbrella, stone arrows, petilasan mani drops, camping ground and outbound. At the site in this zone, flying fox facilities will also be built.
Exploring the stone cave in Blawong I Hamlet, Trimulyo, Jetis, Bantul, Yogyakarta (http://wmanning664.blogspot.com)
Zone II hamlet of Blawong II covering an area of 9 ha with the potential for songket, hood, sequin, silver and embroidery crafts. In this area also built a children’s swimming pool, water park and kart arena.
Embroidery Products in Dusun Blawong II, Trimulyo, Jetis, Bantul, Yogyakarta (http://wmanning664.blogspot.com)
Zone III Bembem village with tourism potential of the Opak river pier, pointed bamboo suspension bridge, artshop that serves various handicrafts, culinary and children’s games.
Exploring the opaque river with the Tirta Mulia dragon boat in Bembem Hamlet, Trimulyo, Jetis, Bantul, Yogyakarta (http://dermagabembem.blogspot.com)
Zone IV sindet village with tourism potential of various glass and sequin crafts. In this zone, an orchard will be built.
V zone the village of Kembangsongo with the tourism potential of Sekar Nitik batik, wooden masks and traditional markets.
Currently making batik (http://trimulyo-upn.blogspot.com)
Zone VI hamlet of Puton with the tourism potential of the Watu ngelak site, fishing, culinary and the art of Gejog Lesung.
Korean tourists in Puton Hamlet, Trimulyo, Jetis, Bantul, Yogyakarta (http://krjogja.com)
Creative industry potential
Corn husks, which usually end up as trash, can be turned into beautiful handicrafts by some residents of Trimulyo Tourism Village. These corn husks are processed in such a way, colored and then assembled one by one so that they resemble flowers.
Flowers from corn husks (http://trimulyo-upn.blogspot.com)
These corn husk flowers can also be reshaped into a bouquet that is no less beautiful than real flowers and has its own unique side. Can be used to decorate the corners of the house, made into wedding souvenirs and others.
These products are also marketed to the Malioboro area. But of course the price offered at the production site is lower than the price on the market. As a bonus, tourists can also try to arrange corn husk flowers themselves.
Plastic flowers made from used drink bottles (http://wmanning664.blogspot.com)
In addition, flowers from plastic bottle waste, silver, vinyl, batik, sequins, souvenirs, batik masks, embroidery, stone sculptures and food processing.
Vinyl Crafts in Bembem Hamlet (http://trimulyo-upn.blogspot.com)
Art and Culture Potential
Its arts and culture are karawitan, ketoprak, gejok lesung, hadroh, and jatilan.
Three Tour Agenda
There are three regular tourist agendas in the Trimulyo area, namely the horse racing agenda in the Ponggok I hamlet (west of the girlfriend stadium) which is held by the Bantul Regency Government together with Pordasi in April and October as well as arts and culture titles every November 4 to commemorate the Trimulyo village anniversary. With all the existing facilities, Trimulyo Tourism Village is very good to visit not only for sightseeing but also a place to hold various natural activities.
More information contact
Trimulyo Wisata Tourism Village
Trimulyo, Jetis, Bantul, Yogyakarta
1. Mujono (lurah), (62) 274 6932 607 or (62) 818 0424 0115
2. Ir. Joko Kuntoro (Trimulyo Tourism Village Committee), (62) 811 292 510