HeHa Ocean View has become a tourist destination in Gunungkidul which is currently viral on social media. This place just opened this year in February 2021.
Under the same management as HeHa Sky View, HeHa Ocean View certainly has a selfie spot that absolutely should not you missed even though it’s still new.
The Difference Between HeHa Ocean View and Sky View
The first thing that distinguishes these two tourist destinations is of course the concept. HeHa Ocean View offers magnificent views of the ocean along with aesthetic building designs. While Heha Sky View is more focused on the beautiful sky view of Jogjakarta.
The view of the high seas combined with a high-aesthetic building design makes this tourist spot the right choice to create unforgettable moments.
A Hanbok to Rent
For Korean drama fans, there’s good news for you! Besides the aesthetic buildings, this tourist spot also provides hanbok clothes that you can rent! You don’t have to pay a lot of money to feel the sensation of Korean style.
How to Get There
Because this place has a view of the sea which is located right on the edge of a cliff, this makes HeHa Ocean View take longer to get to than HeHa Sky View. The distance between Gunungkidul and Yogyakarta can be reached in 1.5 hours.
According to VisitingJogja.com, to start the route to Gunung Kidul we can use the Tugu Pal Putih Jogja as the starting route. Just take the southbound route, from Malioboro, then turn left onto Jalan Panembahan Senopati. After that go to Jalan Katamso and Sugiyono, then follow Jalan Sisingamaraja to Imogiri Barat.
From Jalan Imogiri Barat, we just go straight to Jalan Imogiri Siluk, then Siluk Panggang, and to Jalan Wonosari. From there we can continue to the HeHa tourist spot with a view of the sea which is not too far away.
Opening Hours & Ticket Prices
According to HeHa Ocean View’s Instagram, the entrance ticket has different prices based on the day and time.
On Monday – Friday starting from 09.00 AM – 3.00 PM for Rp15,000 per person. Meanwhile, from 3.00 PM – 9.00 PM, it costs Rp20,000 per person.
On Saturday – Sunday starting from 08.00 AM – 3.00 PM for Rp15,000 per person. Meanwhile, from 3.00 PM – 9.00 PM, it costs Rp20,000 per person.
Due to the pandemic situation, this destination has been announced to be temporarily closed from June 30 to July 20, 2021. The closure is based on the Indonesian government’s policy to impose restrictions on community activities to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.