August 14th, 2018 by admin
Yogyakarta, the home of Universitas Ahmad Dahlan, the cultural capital of Indonesia, the second largest tourism spot in Indonesia, also known as the city of scholars not only suits the conference venue, it also offers combination of academic and leisure activities for guest, presenter and participant of ConFAST 2016.
The Adisucipto International Airports (IATA code: JOG) offers daily direct international flights from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. The airport also accessible by short air transfer from Jakarta, Bali, and all major city in Indonesia. For more information about flight details, please check here.
Yogjakarta train station connect Yogyakarta to Jakarta, Bandung, and Surabaya by 5-8 haours train ride at affordable price around IDR 400.000 one way, whereas express local train connecting Yogyakarta and Surakarta and Semarang run every 2 hours daily.
Giwangan bus station serve inter-state coach bus at affordable price. Typical journey from Jakarta cost around IDR 250.000 for 8 hours overnight travel.
Getting around in Yogyakarta is both easy and challenging.
Taxi are numerous from and to airport, train station, and bus station. Online transportation platform like Go-Jek and Grab are numerous and relatively safe for local and foreign visitors.
Network of public transport Trans Jogja also covers major parts of Yogyakarta. For complete information on Trans Jogja routes and time tables, please access the Trans Jogja website here.
Getting around also made easy by affordable car rental and motor cycle rental. Daily car rental cost around IDR 500.000 daily and 100.000 for motor cycle.