Travelogue

Bird Market @ Yogyakarta

Personally, I think Pasar Burung is more interesting than many of the tourist attractions in Jogja such as palace or fort.

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One gets to meet the locals and discover their passion for birds as a pet.

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Unlike many expansive sites, entrance to the market is free.

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There are plenty of shades but I would recommend to go in the morning (on a weekend).

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It seemed to have equal number of people as compared to the birds.

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There were also bird singing competition.

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Some locals come to the market to trade the priced birds.

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I am not a ‘bird person’ who like to keep bird as pet, but I do enjoy watching the colourful birds. And these chicks were not colour in nature, after dying with colours, they became popular pets for children.

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It is a common scene in Indonesia to see shops and houses hang a few bird cages on the porch.

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If you plan to visit the bird market, please take note that the bird market next to Tamasari (near the Sultan Palace) has moved to outskirt. A taxi ride from Malioboro is about IRD20,000.

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