How to go to Yogyakarta

Once you put Yogyakarta on your itinerary during your trip to Indonesia this gonna be a good info cause my city a.k.a Yogyakarta is really easy to reach from several countries and cities. Will be a lot of option that you can choose during this trip, no matter by flight, train, or even bus and Yes! you can go to Yogyakarta easily.

“No matter by flight, train, or even bus and Yes! you can go to Yogyakarta easily!”

How to go to Yogyakarta from Singapore

Today the easiest way to go to Yogyakarta from Singapore are by Air Asia and Silk Air, those two airlines has a direct flight schedule from Changi to Adiscupto Airport in Yogyakarta. Silk air will depart around 8.20 am and Air Asia will depart around 11.15 from Changi and you will be landed in Terminal B which is located only 200 m from the terminal A. From here you can choose a transportation to go to the city, Airport taxi will cost around IDR 70.000 (it is a package price so the will not using their taxi meter) and Trans Jogja bus will cost IDR5.000 (it is a flat rate even you have to change your bus). Adisucipto International Airport is located 15 km from the city center Malioboro so in the normal situation you will take around 50 minutes by taxi and 80 minutes by Trans Jogja

How to go to Yogyakarta from Kuala Lumpur

Even from Kuala Lumpur Malaysia, Air Asia still the fastest airlines that you can use to get the direct flight schedule. With 2 flights per day, at 9.45 and 15.15 you will be landed in Adisucipto International Airport within 2 hours and 40 minutes. Here you will also landed in terminal B which is located 200 meter from the main terminal that you can grab the Trans Jogja to go to the city. Through that bus you can ask the officer who standing by in the bus stop gate about what bus number that you should take to go to the city.

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How to go to Yogyakarta from Jakarta

  • by flight – so many airlines that you can take both from Halim Perdana Kusuma and Soekarno Hatta Airport, there are Citilink, Garuda Indonesia, Air Asia, Lion Air, and Sriwijaya. Lion Air used to be the cheapest one but you should prepare for the worst delay airlines in Indonesia, in my opinion take the other one will be better if you want catch your time and spend more in Yogyakarta
  • by Train – so many trains too that you can take both from Gambir and Pasar Senen Station and stop at Yogyakarta Tugu Train Station, there are Argo Dwipangga, Taksaka, Bima, Gajayana, Argo Lawu, and Taksana for the executive class train; or Fajar Utama Yogya, Senja Utama Yogya for the business class train; and Gajawong and Bogowonto for the economy class.
  • by bus – so many bus that you also can take to go to Yogyakarta, I’m not pretty sure about the bus company but I get used to go by safari Dharma Raya and Rosalia Indah that will stop at Jombor bus terminal, around 4 km from the city center

2 International Direct Flight to Yogyakarta

  1. Changi, Singapore
  2. KLIA 2, Malaysia

13 Domestic Direct Flight to Yogyakarta

  1. Jakarta
  2. Bandung
  3. Surabaya
  4. Denpasar
  5. Lombok
  6. Pontianak
  7. Balikpapan
  8. Banjarmasin
  9. Medan
  10. Pekanbaru
  11. Batam
  12. Palembang
  13. Tanjungkarang


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