This study investigates recreational behavior as voluntarily done by residents in their own neighborhood area. In contrast with modern leisure facilities, the constraint of time and budget still force people to consume their nearby areas for leisure. Strolling is one form, which is an explorative activity of moving around the surrounding areas in free time to seek for self-enjoyment. Behavioral tracking and interview are applied to obtain data on intensity of strolling, characteristics of strollers, unstructured occurrences which represent local habits, and places visited. Findings show types of stolling: diverse strolling, specific strolling and accompanying strolling; with the diverse is done the most and specifc one is the least. In addition, space syntax analysis is also used to explain strolling behavior.