Kirana Hotel

Jl. Prawirotaman 38, Yogyakarta, 55153, Indonesia
Kirana Hotel
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Transportation: bus/train between Yogyakarta to Probolinggo to Bali

by maic17


I wanted to ask what kind of bus and train connections are there between Yogyakarta to Probolinggo and afterwards from Probolinggo to Bali (port to Bali) Preferably we wanted to travel in nighttrains or nightbusses where possible.
So would it be possible to get some further information like timetable, costs, etc.

Re: Transportation: bus/train between Yogyakarta to Probolinggo to Bali

by theo1006

The most convenient way to go from Yogya to Probolinggo is by socalled "travel". It is a kind of minibus which brings you from door to door, there are other passengers besides you. Not very expensive, maybe Rp 250,000. When you are in the backpackers area of Yogya (near the railway station), you'll find many travel agents which can order such a travel for you.

If you want to go by train, it will take longer. You will have to go to Surabaya (5 to 6 hours) and there get on another train to Probolinggo (3 hours, direction Jember or Banyuwangi). The prices vary according to class. For Yogya-Surabaya it is Rp 55,000 to 220,000; for Surabaya-Probolinggo Ro 20,000 to Rp 55,000.

You can find the train schedules on this website: Switch to English language first on the bottom of the page. How to use the site see Transportation tip on my Indonesia page.
If you find the site difficult and still want to go by train, ask me again for all the schedules.

Sorry, I have no info about the night buses. There are buses from Yogya to Bali, Probolinggo is on the route. The travel agents is Yogya will be able to advise you about these.

Re: Transportation: bus/train between Yogyakarta to Probolinggo to Bali

by johnboywalton71

I think the train routes through Surabaya, so you are better off taking a mini-bus to get to Probolinggo. I assume you want to go up to Gunung Bromo, so it is almost as cheap and much more convenient to just use a travel service.

Try these articles I wrote about it:

Re: Transportation: bus/train between Yogyakarta to Probolinggo to Bali

by tenluk

Yes, I agree with them using travel is more convenience if possible the travel will take you directly to Cemara Lawang, village of the tourist who would like to stay over night before go to Mt.Bromo to see the sun shine. Take bus is very complicated Yogya-Probolinggo-Sukapura Village-Cemara Lawang.

Travel Tips for Yogyakarta

beggars and the DC3 set.

by tideman

Superman's village
Malioboro cafe.
Pasar gnasem bird market. Being drunk and asking my favourite beggar for money, to be given a coin with a smile.
It was explained to me that they can not refuse you as that is how they make their living.

parade preparations

by dircelo

The probe for the Idul Fitri Parade in the evening started at sunrise about 6am and this was the nicest wake up call I had for a long time. We saw the ladies, gents and children in the evening again and thoroughly enjoyed the celebrations.

flash flash flashlight

by Rastarigo

it rains in yogya each late afternoon on a sunny april. one night it rained hard and shortly after a loud thunder, an even louder explosion was heard. lights went off and the surroundings turned dark. the blackout only lasted less than an hour. if not for the candles the caretakers offered, it's an hour of suffering in limbo.

Batik course with Viavia Cafe

by rite_of_spring

I signed up this 1-day course on the last day of my trip. Initially I was interested in doing bicycling to one of the villages but I had to give up this idea after realised that the bike itself weight heavier than me :(

Batik painting wasn't easy as well. Lots of patience and effort required. I was exhausted at the end of the day but this was an interesting experience, as I never liked painting since young.


by egonwegh

You can employ becaks to get around. They're an ideal means of getting acquainted with locals, because you'll often find the same becak driver outside your hotel. A becak driver often has to make several trips a day just to pay the rent on the bike which usually doesn't belong to him - so think about that when you try to save money on a trip! As our combined weight approaches 140 kilograms, we soon came to the conclusion that it would be better for the drivers if we started using separate becaks.


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