Losmen Srikandi

Pantai Parangtritis Kretek, Bantul, Yogyakarta, Indonesia
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Indonesian Language

by snoopig

I do not speak the language. Can someone help me with common sentences like "how much", I would like to eat, drink, etc. OR is there somewhere in the web, I could check this up and learn & jot down stuff I need to use daily.

Re: Indonesian Language

by stamporama

Try this link:

http://www.seasite.niu.edu/indonesian/percakapan/indonesia7days/indo7days_fs.htm

This where I memorized the more important phrases for a tourist when I went to Indonesia last Oct.

Re: Indonesian Language

by Marianne2

I would suggest that you investigate buying a simple phrase book of Bahasa Indonesian. It is not a difficult language to learn for the type of tourist phrases you probably need. Perhaps look at Amazon.com for a book, and study it on the airplane and in your hotel room.

Re: Indonesian Language

by BesarRahasia

http://www.learningindonesian.com/
This is a great place to learn the language also, you can get free downloads, and play the lessons on your computer, that way you can hear how the words should be said and you can play the lessons over again. If you combine that with a phrase book, you will get it pretty quick.

Good Luck (Semoga Sukses)

Re: Indonesian Language

by pPamela

Hi,
By all means take the advice given in the previous posts and have a go to learn the language but do not stress too much about it.
After 8 trips to Indonesia for a total of about 16 months I still do not speak the language and it has never ever been a problem for me.
I have travelled through Java, Sumatra and Aceh by myself and it is amazing howw many Indonesian people who can speak some English.
I do know lots of words, but cannot put a sentence together or understand what the locals are saying.
Pamela.

Re: Indonesian Language

by SeLLDoGeYe

how much = berapa
bisa murah dikit = cheaper please?
eat = makan
drink = minum
toilet = kamar kecil (look for the signboard)

Travel Tips for Yogyakarta

Looking For Mystic!

by RoyJava

Doing research and study about the mythical phenomenon of Ratu Kidul, Goddess Of South-Sea, I met Pak Ambarrukmo, when staying at Yogya's prestigious hotel Ambarrukmo Palace. Specially booked once I managed to meet this man, whose name is the same as the expensive hotel. He told more stories about the legendary South-Sea Queen. How strange nobody knew Pak Ambarrukmo and I had to visit the old Ambarrukmo Palace in its grounds. That is to say going backwards to the more or less privat area of the hotel. We managed to meet Pak Ambarrukmo who showed us the special prepared room for the Spirit-queen ... outrageous!
Matur Nuwun Pak Ambarrukmo

buskers

by Rastarigo

squat-eating in a lesehan, warung or sipping your ice-cold street beverage, one local or a group will serenade you, from local folk tunes to beatle hits for some rupiah. they unhesitatingly warble out a tune right in front of you a cappella or in the accompaniment of native musical instruments. some are really good they have perfected the art of serenading. well it is a subtle way of begging. at least they make an effort, rather than just sticking their empty palms for alms.

don't bring anything, buy anything in jogja

by autaze

just name it, clothes, shoes, even bags you can find them here. jogja is the right place for shopping, because the prices are cheaper compare to jakarta/bandung/bali/cities outside java. and many handycrafts sold in bali are produced in jogja. bring tampon ifyou need them. tampon in jogja is very expensive, and you can find it only in matahari malioboro. good english books. it's hard to find english books here. so if you want to spend your holiday with reading, bring the books with you.

Traditional Baskets II

by bpacker

Bouquets of of tart-green Pisang Rajah ( Translates to Banana King literally) lies on a table for sale. Take your pick and the lady will present you a green bouquet in a handwoven brown basket.

Where:Pasar Beringharjo, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Fruit section, back of the market.

10-hr train jakarta-jogja

by Rastarigo

jakarta-jogja, jogja-jakarta. train system is efficient and on-time at least the train we took. jogja to jakarta, we took the 6:30pm train, fan only at 100,000 rupiah. it was worth it and
a relaxing ride with the cool and natural evening air circulating into the car. we were even treated to a local custom, that is, once the train moves out of the station, a sudden commotion sends the house alive- adult males scratching for a little space on the aisle or any space imaginable and spread newspapers on the floor as their mat for the night. i would have occupied my own space on the floor thinking about the 10 hours we have to endure sitting still. i wouldn't mind taking a similar fan-only train next time. here's how the train timetable and pricing would look like. it may not be updated and accurate as of time but at least you have an idea now. do not, under any circumstance, believe the locals telling you the train is already fully booked. you have to go and check out in the ticket booth for yourself. never fall prey to local liars because they got an ax to grind most of the time especially when they
are engaged in the tourism industry.

Jakarta - Yogyakarta Leave Arrive
- Argolawu 190K 8pm 3am
- Argodwipangga 180K 8am 3pm
- Gajayana 175K 5.30pm 1.30am
- Bima 170K 5pm 12.30am
- Taksaka Pagi 170K 8am 4pm
- Taksaka Malam 200K 9pm 5am
Yogyakarta - Jakarta
- Argodwipangga 9pm 4am
- Argolawu 9am 4pm
- Taksaka Malam 160K 8pm 4am
- Taksaka Pagi 160K 9.30am 5pm
- Bima. leave 10pm 6am
- Gajayana 10pm 6am

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