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Cheap flights to Yogyakarta Adisutjipto International Airport (JOG), Indonesia

Serving Yogyakarta and the cities around it, Adisutjipto International Airport (JOG) is the primary airport of the special region of Yogyakarta. It is an international hub that welcomes Yogyakarta flights from various cities like Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. It has two terminals: Terminal A serves domestic flights, while Terminal B hosts both domestic and international flights.

Adisutjipto International Airport is situated in Sleman, around 25 minutes to the centre of the city. The cheapest way to get to the city centre would be the TransJogja bus No. 1A. The bus stop is outside Terminal A and a single ride costs IDR3,600 (RM1). A taxi ride costs a fixed IDR50,000 (RM14.50), with an additional IDR2,000 (RM0.60) for the taxi airport entrance fee. Alternatively, arrange an airport transfer through Skyscanner for a convenient journey to your hotel.

Apart from getting to Yogyakarta through Adisutjipto International Airport, travellers can also opt to fly to Adi Soemarmo International Airport (SOC) in Solo, and take the airport train to Yogyakarta. It takes around 2 hours to get to Yogyakarta city from Solo Airport.

Airlines that fly to Yogyakarta Adisutjipto International Airport (JOG)

Though the airport handles more domestic flights than international ones, there is still a sizeable number of international airlines for you to pick from. The airlines that fly regularly to Adisutjipto International Airport are AirAsia, Malaysia Airlines, SilkAir, and Singapore Airlines.

Travelling to Yogyakarta

Best time to visit Yogyakarta

The weather Yogyakarta is generally tourist-friendly throughout the year. The city has two seasons – wet and dry. The wet season runs between September and April, while the dry season runs between May and August. Even so, the temperature remains fairly constant at about 25 degrees Celsius throughout the year. The best time to visit Yogyakarta would be during the dry season, when the humidity is low and rainy days are few. However, note that June and July are peak travel months due to the school holidays in Indonesia.

Things to do in Yogyakarta

There are many things to do in Yogyakarta, the heart of the Javanese heritage. While visiting Yogyakarta, you do not want to miss the ancient relics of Javanese temples. The temples of Prambanan, Borobudur, and Ratu Boko offer rich insights into the historical heritage of Java. On top of that, the views are magnificent. It is recommended to catch a sunrise atop a temple to savour breathtaking views. In the Prambanan Temple Compounds, the Ramayana ballet show is a fun way to immerse yourself in an ancient Hindu love story about King Rama and Princess Shinta.

Back in the city of Yogyakarta, wander around Jalan Malioboro for endless shopping and dining options. Drop by the Palace of Yogyakarta to view royal artifacts, and the Gembira Loka Zoo to look at komodo dragons, gibbons, and orangutans. Don’t forget the food. Indonesia is known for its rich culinary scene, and Yogyakarta has its own local food such as gudeg, satay klatak, and nasi kucing which you can sample in food stalls along the streets of the city.

Yogyakarta travel budget

Yogyakarta uses the Indonesian Rupiah (IDR). As of 30 April 2019, IDR10,000 = RM3.

The cost of travel in Yogyakarta is lower in comparison to Jakarta or Bali. In general, for a budget traveller, RM100 is adequate for one day in the city. An inexpensive meal costs just RM8. While three-star hotels in Yogyakarta start from RM250 per night, you can find homestay or guesthouse options at a much cheaper price.

Yogyakarta, Indonesia visa information for Malaysians

Malaysia is among the 12 countries where citizens are permitted to enter Indonesia without any visa. This is valid for a short visit of up to 30 days, and can be extended one time for another 30 days.

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Frequently asked questions

There are 2 airports in Yogyakarta: Yogyakarta International and Yogyakarta.
Lion Air, Citilink, NAM Air, Indonesia AirAsia, AirAsia, Batik Air, SilkAir and Express Air all fly direct to Yogyakarta.
The cheapest month to fly to Yogyakarta is March.

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