Hotel 1001 Malam

Sosrowijayan Wetan, GT I/57, Yogyakarta, 55271, Indonesia
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Any bus or taxi from Yogyakarta airport to cilacap

by Bwife

I am planning a trip to Cilacap in December, is anyone can advise if there is bus or taxi for our family to get there? How long and how much? T.Y.

Re: Any bus or taxi from Yogyakarta airport to cilacap

by tenluk

It is better to rent a car from Yogyakarta to Cilacap. it takes around 5-6 hours.

Re: Any bus or taxi from Yogyakarta airport to cilacap

by Bwife

Many thanks for your info. But I know there are so many buses available from the Yogyakarta airport to Cilacap, do u know how much it costs? How long will it take?

Re: Any bus or taxi from Yogyakarta airport to cilacap

by tenluk

many option:
1. take taxi from the airport ( around 5 hours cost about Rp.500.000 )
taxi more convenience.
2. rent a vent, you have to go outside the airport and people will ask
you for rent a van and you can bargain ( cost around Rp.400.000)
3. the cheapest one take a bus from Yoygakarta to Cilacap. Bus name
"Joglo Semar" 5 times everyday Yogyakarta-Cilacap phone 0274 489330
Hope this information can help.

Travel Tips for Yogyakarta

Bahasa Indonesia

by rite_of_spring

It is advisable to learn some Indonesian language (Bahasa Indonesia) if you plan to visit this beautiful country.

I did meet travellers from the West who can speak basic Indonesian language. This really helps a lot especially if you're visiting the remote areas where people hardly speak English.

Mie Cornoedus, the manager of Viavia cafe Yogyakarta really impressed me as she speaks perfect Indonesian language. She is a Belgian. Please visit

Number Engaged

by RoyJava

"Dari mana?", and "Mau ke mana?", "Where are you from?" and "Where are you going?" are the very first questions local people ask you, better say... showing some interest in you! In the Western World we start to learn "How are you?", "Apa kabar?" though, in the country that question could be too intimately.

Because of my research and studies I carry one thousands of questions on my back and, noticed when approaching people with their own very first "questions" I do have contact with them in a more easier way ... and I assure you of a great experience to get "number engaged"!

Road race Jogja

by ukirsari

Road race becomes a favorite sport activity among Jogjanese. No wonder, they're have several road racing events per year. Here I take picture with top 10 riders in Indonesian road racers. Left to right; Acit, Harlan, Yudi, Hendri, me, Hardi and Dafi. Sunglasses and sunblock, hat or umbrella. Be ware, sometimes the organizers arrange the events in un-permanent track with un-permanent paddock :)

Coloured Chicks in Pasar Ngasem

by bpacker

Not too far from the Royal Palace in Yogya (Java ) is a bird market (Pasar Ngasem)You'll find birds ranging from multi-coloured chicks to gigantic bats. There are also other animals there, dogs, squirrels, rabbits, you name it. Avoid this place if you're claustrophobic. The stalls are packed closely together and the smell is a tad overwhelming.

Where: The Bird market (Pasar Ngasem), west of the Kraton, Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Route for low cost travellers from Malaysia

by harish_mikael

For route to Jogja from Malaysia, there are 2 ways by mean of air. First thru Malaysia Airlines or Garuda (which is more expensive) and secondly by Air Asia. But, the catch is, Air Asia only operates from KL to Solo.

I took the 2nd option recently. Air Asia can get cheaper if you book online early and try to get the flight day in the middle of the week.

The flight reach at Adisumarno Airport, Solo at around 7pm (Indonesia sunset begins around 6.30pm). Normally we have to spend one night in Solo before we could get a taxi or train to Jogjakarta. You can go direct but normally the taxi will charge more since it is night time already. (well, at least you can know Solo better)

Taxi will charge you US$10 for route Solo-Jogja or cheaper by train (around US$4). Train leaves Solo Balapan station every hour to Tugu Station in Jogja.


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