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Yogyakarta (commonly pronounced Jogjakarta or just Jogja) is a popular tourist destination on Java, Indonesia. The city is one of the oldest in Indonesia and has a great collection of monuments and old buildings. The highlight is the Sri Sultan Hamengkubuwono's palace, also known as Kraton Ngayogyakarta.
Around 40 kilometres from Yogyakarta lies the Borobudur. The Borobudur is a giant Buddist temple complex in Central Java (Jawa Tengah), Indonesia. There is no written record of the construction and experts believe that it is most likely built between the 8th and 9th century during the Sailendra dynasty. The building sits on a mountain and has nine so-called stupas. The first 5 make up the piramidacal base of the structure, on top of that are 3 circular stupas and finally there is one big stupa on top of all the others. Around the 3 circular stupas are 72 open stupas with statues of Buddha inside. In the 10th of 11th century the temple was abandoned, and only rediscovered at the end of the 19th, after which the structure was cleared from the vegetation, and finally at the end of the 20th century it was restored with the help of the UNESCO. Near Borobudur is the Hindi Prambanan Temple, which is also on the UNESCO World Heritage list.
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Adisucipto International Airport (JOG) has a few international connections, including flights with Air Asia to Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
All other flights are domestic, including those to Jakarta, Bandung, Surabaya (all on Java), Balikpapan, Banjarmassin. Pontianak (all on Kalimantan), Denpasar (Bali) and Makassar (Sulawesi).
There are two main train stations in Yogyakarta, namely Stasiun Tugu (Tugu Train Station) and Lempuyangan Station. Depending on the type of class of train you are taking, you will have to get on and off on either one of these station. Tugu Station serves all Executive (best class) class and business (second class) class trains and Lempuyangan serves local connections and economy class from other cities. For reservations and schedule check the PT. KAI website.
There are two bus stations in Yogyakarta, namely Giwangan Bus Station and Jombor Bus Station. If you wanna go to Bandung, Surabaya, Surakarta and some place in East Java and West Java you should go to Giwangan Bus Station. But if you wanna go to Jakarta, Sumatra, Bali and Semarang, you should go to Jombor Bus Station.
This is the best thing to use if you want to get around Yogyakarta. Only 45 minutes to Prambanan Temple, or 1 hour to Borobudur Temple if you'd like to go to temple. 1 hour to Parangtritis Beach (you can also visit Depok Beach to find some sea food and Parangkusumo Beach for some beautifull view to take picture with sand desert, its all before you're in to Parangtritis Beach). Then, 2 hours to Baron Beach (You can also visit Kukup, Krakal, Sundak, Indrayanti, Poktunggal and also Siung Beach in a row), in the middle of your trip you can also visiting Sri Gethuk Waterfall or Pindul Cave (its all in a row)
Trans Jogja is the best public transport if you wanna go to Prambanan or whole city. Becak is the most tourist useful to enjoy the city or Dokar (Delman) but its quite expensive from Becak.
Yogyakarta is a small city, you can walk from one spot to another spot but dont forget to ask if you dont understand. Its healthy and cheaper way.
Another alternatife sollution if you'd like to around city. Using motorbike also a good sollution, many places rent motorbike for usually 50k/day.
|Cakra Kusuma Hotel||Jl. Kaliurang Km 5,2 No. 25||Hotel||74|
|Delta Home Stay||Prawirotaman MGIII/597A||Guesthouse||76|
|Duta Garden Hotel||Timuran MG III/103||Hotel||71|
|Duta Guesthouse||Jl. Prawirotaman No.26||Guesthouse||84|
|Grand Quality Hotel Yogyakarta||Jl. Adisucipto 48, Yogyakarta||Hotel||78|
|HOTEL BOROBUDUR YOGYAKARTA||Jl. Magelang Km 6||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Brongto||Jl.Suryodiningratan No. 26||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Indah Palace Yogyakarta||Jl. Sisingamangaraja 74||Hotel||-|
|Melia Purosani||Jl. Suryotomo No.31||Hotel||-|
|Merapi Hotel||Jl. Sosrowijayan GT I No. 155, Yogyakarta,JAVA ,IN||Hotel||69|
|Merbabu Hotel||Jl. Sosrowijayan GT I No. 32, Yogyakarta,JAVA,INDO||Hotel||62|
|Ministry of Coffee||Jalan Prawirotaman 1/15A||Hotel||-|
|Mutiara Malioboro Hotel||Jl.Malioboro No.18||Hotel||76|
|Puri Artha Hotel||Jl. Cendrawasih No.36||Hotel||-|
|Sriwedari Hotel||Jl. Laksda AdiI Sucipto No.6||Hotel||75|
|The Cangkringan Jogja Villas & Spa||Jl. Raya Merapi Golf,Desa Umbulharjo,Cangkringan||HOTEL||-|
|The Jayakarta Yogyakarta Hotel and Spa||Jl.Laksda Adisucipto Km 8,Yogyakarta||Hotel||-|
|Green Garden B&B||Green Garden P46 Ngestiharjo Bantul||Guesthouse||-|
|Uny Campus Hotel||Jl. Kampus UNY Karangmalang||Hotel||-|
|Airlangga Hotel||Jl. Prawirotaman No.6||Hotel||-|
|Abadi Hotel Yogyakarta||Jl. Pasar Kembang No.49||Hotel||-|
|Mawar Asri Villa||Jl. H. Agus Salim No.40 Kaliurang Barat||Hotel||-|
|Mawar Asri Hotel||Jl. H. Agus Salim No. 41 Notoprajan||Hotel||74|
|Yogya Plasa Hotel||Jl. Tribrata No.1 (next to Theater XXI) Yogyakart||Hotel||-|
|The Grand Palace Hotel||Jl.Mangkuyudan No.32||Hotel||-|
|Metro Guest House||Jl. Prawirotaman 2 No.71 (Mg III/606) Yogyakarta||Guesthouse||75|
|Hotel Sahid Raya Yogyakarta||Jl. Babarsari 2||Hotel||-|
|Grand Rosela Hotel||Jl.Prawirotaman No. 28||Hotel||-|
|Graha Ubud Bali Resort||JI. Wenara Wana ( JI. Mankey Forest ) Ubud||Hostel||-|
|Ros in Hotel||Jl. Lingkar Selatan No.110, Yogyakarta||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Istana Batik Ratna||Jalan Pasar Kembang 29||Hotel||-|
|Cakra Kembang Hotel||Jl.kaliurang no.44 km 5.5 yogjakarta||Hotel||-|
|Hotel Jentra Dagen||Jl. Dagen Malioboro No.85||Hotel||-|
|Venezia Homestay||Jl Tirtodipuran 27||Guesthouse||-|
|Wisma Ary's||Jl. Suryodiningratan 29||Guesthouse||-|
|Hotel Makuta||Jl. Prawirotaman II / 839 Yogyakarta 55153||Hotel||-|
|Gowongan Inn||Jl. Gowongan Kidul no. 50 Yogyakarta||Hotel||-|
|Fuji Villa||Jl. Pelajar No. 8 Kaliurang, DIY 55582||HOSTEL||77|
|Grage Jogja Hotel||Jl. Sosrowijayan No.242 Kawasan Maliboro||Hotel||-|
|Grage Ramayana Hotel||Jl.Sosro wijayan No.33 ( Malioboro),||Hotel||-|
|Chadea Inn||Jl. Ring Road Utara No.5 (Depan Casa Grande) Sleman, Yogyakarta||Hotel||-|
|Kampoeng Djawa||Jalan Prawirotaman 1 No. 40||Hotel||84|
|Amaris Hotel Diponegoro||Jalan Diponegoro 87 andy||Hotel||-|
|QUEEN HOMESTAY||Jl. Hang Tuah II AP.6 Timoho Jogja||Guesthouse||-|
|Austin Residence||Jalan Nakula No.34,||Guesthouse||-|
|EDU Hostel Jogja||Jl Let Jen Suprapto No 17 Ngampilan||HOSTEL||80|
|Hostel 1001 Malam||sosrowijayan Wetan GT 1/57||Hostel||84|
|Sagan Huis Hotel and Coffee Shop||Sagan Kidul No 8,Yogyakarta||HOTEL||-|
|Yogyakarta Backpacker||Purwodiningratan NG I/915 Ngampilan||HOSTEL||67|
|POP! Hotel Sangaji Yogyakarta||Jl. A.M Sangaji Kav. 16-18, Jetis||HOTEL||78|
|Venezia Garden||Jalan Surami 55 Yogyakarta Indonesia Jalan Surami 55 Yogyakarta Indonesia||GUESTHOUSE||82|
|Austin Residence Yogyakarta||Jl. Nakulo no 34 Kapten Piere Tendean||Hotel||-|
|Melia Purosani Yogyakarta||Jl. Suryotomo no.31||HOTEL||-|
|Villa Pondok Terra||Gg Ngadinegaran 103B Mantrijeron||HOTEL||-|
|Amelia Hotel||Jl. Mrican Baru 14||HOTEL||-|
|The Riverside Javanese Cottages||Jl.. Pakem-Turi, Dusun Kalireso, Candibinangun, Pa||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Tasik Jogja Hotel||Jalan Bantul 47||HOTEL||-|
|Pratama Guest House||Jl. Kaliurang Km.7,2 No.B6||Guesthouse||-|
|Joglo Plawang Boutique Villa||Jl. Raya Pakem-Turi Km.5 Karanggawang Girikerto Turi Sleman||Guesthouse||-|
|Hotel Colombo||Jl. Raya Yogya-Solo KM. 14 Kalasan Yogyakarta - In||HOTEL||-|
|Yogya Kembali Hotel||JL. KH. DAHLAN 25AHMAD YOGYAKARTA||HOTEL||-|
|Radar Home Stay||Ganjuran, RT 02 Gedogan,Sumbermulyo,Bambanglipuro,||HOSTEL||-|
Internet is becoming more widely used in Indonesia, and warung Internet (warnet) - Internet cafés - are emerging everywhere. A lot of restaurants and cafés in big cities normally have wireless internet available for free. Internet connection speed in Indonesia varies between ISP and location. Prices vary considerably, and as usual you tend to get what you pay for, but you'll usually be looking at around Rp3,000 to Rp5,000 per hour with faster access than from your own mobile phone. In large cities, there are free WiFi hotspots in many shopping malls, McDonald restaurants, Starbucks cafes, 7 Eleven convenience stores, and in some restaurants and bars. Some hotels provide free hotspots in the lobby and/or in their restaurants and even in your rooms.
See also: International Telephone Calls
You can use 112 as an emergency number through mobile phones. Other numbers include 110 (police), 113 (fire) and 118 (ambulance).
The international phone code is 62.
If you have GSM cellular phone, ask your local provider about "roaming agreement/facility" with local GSM operators in Indonesia (i.e.: PT Indosat, PT Telkomsel, PT XL Axiata). The cheapest way is buying a local SIM card, which would be much cheaper to call and especially use internet compared to your own cell phone's sim card.
The Indonesian mobile phone market is heavily competitive and prices are low: you can pick up a prepaid SIM card for less than Rp 10,000 and calls may cost as little as Rp 300 a minute to some other countries using certain carriers (subject to the usual host of restrictions). SMS (text message) service is generally very cheap, with local SMS as low as Rp129-165, and international SMS for Rp400-600. Indonesia is also the world's largest market for used phones, and basic models start from Rp 150,000, with used ones being even cheaper.
Pos Indonesia provides the postal service in Indonesia. Pos Indonesia is government-owned and offers services ranging from sending letters and packages to money transfers (usually to remote areas which have no bank branch/ATM nearby) and selling postcards and stamps. Sending a postcards, letter or parcel is relatively expensive, but fairly reliable. It takes several days at least to send it within Indonesia, at least a week internationally. It is recommended to send letters from a Pos Indonesia branch, not by putting it inside orange mailbox (called Bis Surat) in the roadside, because some of the mailboxes are in very bad condition and aren't checked regularly by Pos Indonesia. Opening times of post offices usually tend to follow general business hours: Monday to Friday from 8:00am to 4:00pm (sometimes shorter hours on Fridays), Saturdays from 8:00am to 1:00pm, closed on Sundays. Bigger cities, tourist areas and central post offices tend to keep longer hours, into the evenings.
Private postal services based in Indonesia include CV Titipan Kilat (CV TIKI), Jalur Nugraha Ekaputra (JNE), Caraka, and RPX. There are also foreign postal services that have branches in Indonesia, including DHL, TNT, UPS, and FedEx.
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