Pengger Pine Forest Yogyakarta
The Dlingo Bantul Pine Forest area is currently a favorite destination for tourists visiting Yogyakarta, one of which is the Pengger Pine Forest, formerly known only as a dark, silent and creepy pine forest, now turned into one of the best Pine Forest tourism destinations in the Dlingo region Bantul Yogyakarta. Not only during the day, tourists visit this pine forest, but evenings, there are still many tourists visiting the Pengger Pine Forest. Open start from 5:30 am until 11.00 pm. The main reason tourists keep coming at night is because of its location in the hills, from here you can see the beautiful view of the lights of the city of Yogyakarta. The manager of Pinger Pengger Forest also realizes that there must be a differentiation between pine forests from one another to become a special attraction for tourists. The differentiation is the installation of various art installations of various shapes made using dried tree branches, the most iconic of which is an art installation in the form of a giant hand with a beautiful panoramic view of the city of Yogyakarta which is also a photo spot for tourists visiting the Pengger Pine Forest.
Not only art installations in the form of giant hands that adorn the Pengger Pine Forest, but there are several similar art installations, but with different shapes such as bridge, bird cages and semi-circular shapes resembling arches. In each art installation it has different meanings according to the shape of each given by the artist which is the main attraction for tourists in the Pinus Pine Forest. In addition to the art installation in the Pengger Pine Forest, there is a viewing point to enjoy the beautiful views of the hills to the panoramic view of Yogyakarta City.