Tourism Yogyakarta was still less popular than Malaysia.
It proved more Indonesian people who traveled to Malaysia than Malaysians who come to Indonesia.
Director of Tourism Malaysia, Nor Aznan Sulaiman, said the number of tourists coming to Malaysia Indonesia in 2011 (2.1 million people) ranks second after Singapore travelers.
"We are grateful that many Indonesian people who traveled to Malaysia," said Aznan,Admittedly, those who came to Indonesia Malaysia less, the 1.3 million tourists in 2011, in addition to travel, they also shop.
Even in Bandung, people are able to deal with the Malaysian ringgit money, their currencies.
According to him, Yogyakarta is not too much known in Malaysia. "The majority of Malaysians only know Borobudur temple, if the so-called Yogyakarta," said Aznan. Probably due to Borobudur temple used to be one of the wonders of the world.
The number of Malaysian tourists who come to Yogyakarta in 2011 reached 14 412 people, the number was down compared to visits in 2010 to reach 15,407 people.
Asosiation Chairman of the Indonesian Tour & Travel Agency (Asita) Yogyakarta Edwin Ismedi Himna, recognizes the number of tourists from Yogyakarta to Malaysia more than Malaysian tourists who come to the City Gudeg. Yogyakarta many people who traveled to Malaysia as there are direct flights and cheap tickets, "he said