Wisma Persada Guest House

Jl. Dagen No.6, Yogyakarta, 55271, Indonesia
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Calling Long Distance Using Telephone Card & Factory Outlets

by snoopig

i) Is it possible to buy telephone card to call long distance? If yes, how much does one card cost?

ii) Are there factory outlets or shops selling clothes. I have read about two recommended one from teh website.

Re: Calling Long Distance Using Telephone Card & Factory Outlets

by theo1006

i) Public - that is unguarded - telehones are rare, and I have never seen long distance telephone cards. Instead people
- go to a telephone office where an operator places the call.
- go to a WARTEL or WARung TELpon, licenced telephone shop. There are many of them, just ask for a WARTEL, although the smaller ones may not serve international calls.
If you have a simlock-free mobile phone it may be worth while to buy a local number for your stay in Indonesia. Ask whether the SIM will let you call abroad. The initial cost is minimal - often you get a lot of calling time free into the bargain. But you will have to let them register your name and passport number, that's a security measure by the government.

Cheers,
Theo

Re: Calling Long Distance Using Telephone Card & Factory Outlets

by tenluk

Go to Malioboro street, there is alot of shopping area such as shopping Mall, Beringharjo Market, also street vendor.

Travel Tips for Yogyakarta

VISAs to enter Indonesia

by xuessium

In a dramatic change to the current immigration rules, starting on January 26, 2010, foreign tourists from countries eligible for "visa-on-arrival" will now be given a 30 day visa that can be renewed for an additional 30 days.

As part of the new changes the 7-day visa at US$10 has been abolished, with the 30-day US$25 visa (renewable for an additional 30 days) being the only visa that can be issued to eligible tourists.

Full list @ VISA-ON-ARRIVAL LIST

Please be advised that Visa Free Short Visits may only be extended upon approval from the Minister of Justice and Human Rights/Director General of Immigration of the Republic of Indonesia based on natural disaster, illnes or accident, but cannot be transferred to another type of visa.

Overstay visitors incur to pay a penalty of US$ 20,- per day (for under 60 days stay) whilst over 60 days stay will be a 5 (five) year prison sentence or a fine of IDR 25.000.000,- (local currency)

COUNTRIES / PASSPORT EXEMPTED ARE :
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1) Brunei Darussalam (ASEAN member)
2) Malaysia (ASEAN member)
3) Phillipines (ASEAN member)
4) Vietnam (ASEAN member)
5) Singapore (ASEAN member)
6) Thailand (ASEAN member)
7) Peru
8) Chile
9) Morocco
10) Hong Kong SAR (Special Administration Region)
11) Macau SAR (Special Administration Region)

For countries not listed above, they will have to apply entry VISA at their respective country's Indonesian Embassy

Address of Indonesian Embassy in Singapore:
7 Chatsworth Road Singapore 249761
Tel : +65 6737 7422
Office Hours:-
Mon - Thurs: 8.30 am - 1.00 pm, 2.00 pm - 5.00 pm
Fri: 8.30 am - 12.30 pm, 2.30 pm - 5.00 pm
Sat: Closed

there always a keeper to the palace

by harish_mikael

At the gate of Kraton Jogja. I believe that most of the Kratons (traditional Javanese palace) are well guarded with human guard as well as the ancestor spirit ( this their belief). Tracing back old traditional palaces, they are vulnerable to lot of potential attack from enemies and also some other power-ambition people whom would want to finish off the king at the throne. So it is obvious the king has to do whatever mean to protect the palace and himself. Here at the photo is one of 'guards' to take care of Kraton well being.

Must have items

by rite_of_spring

personally i prefer a sturdy backpack cotton t-shirts, pants (long and short), sandals, rain coat your own medical supplies, contact lens, SUN BLOCK (the scorching heat), INSECT REPELLANT (lots of 'funny' insects especially if you explore the remote areas) good hiking boot for trekking

SULTAN YOGYAKARTA

by RoyJava

The Palace of Ngayogyakarto Hadiningrat is now habitat to Sultan Hamengku Buwono X and the family. See this painting inside of the Palace. It is Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono X who became Sultan at 1989 March 7th. Watch your flash-light when taking a photograph!

Actually his name is >>>
Kanjeng Sultan Hamengku Buwono Senapati Ingalaga Ngabdurahman Sayidin Panatagama Kalipatulah!

Keep in mind: >>>
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
At 09:00 AM
Anniversary of the Inauguration of Sri Sultan Hamengku Buwono X at Kencono Hall of Yogyakarta Royal Palace.

Plan ahead & bargain

by ricardoz

I flew into Solo airport and took a cab to Novotel Solo. The fare is Rp40,000. From there I asked the hotel to arrange for bus transport to Jogja and they arranged Joglosemar Executive Shuttle Bus to pick me up from the hotel. The fare to Grand Mercure Phoenix Hotel is Rp25,000. If I were to hire a normal taxi(Angkasa Taxi) all the way from Solo airport to Jogja, the fare is Rp180,000, for those who can afford it you can go for Europcar which will cost you Rp240,000 for a Toyota Altis. So I saved Rp115,000 on the transport but it took me 90 mins longer. The shuttle departs from 6am/10am/2pm/5pm/8m and the journey is about an hour.

Once I arrived in Jogja I decided to hire Pondok Transport as they are cheaper than the hotel's transport and I didn't go for full tour package. The van I took can sits up to 7 but 5 is more comfortable and they do have larger vehicle to accommodate bigger parties. I would recommend anyone who fly into Solo or Jogja to take their service. My driver Pak Armando is really friendly and very nice to chat with.

Pondok Transport
Contact: Pak Budi Martono(owner)
Tel: +62 81 22953920 / +62 274 7811006

Joglosemar Executive Shuttle Bus
Operates between Jogja, Solo and Semarang
Note: Snacks included
Tel: +62 274 489330(Jogja) / +62 81 329 329329(Hotline)

Becak(Trishaws) is plenty in Jogja and Solo. They are probably the most pleasant transport at night to go around town. Although it looks a bit dangerous as the becak will go in any direction that they wish, usually the other vehicles on the road will give way to them It is more expensive in Jogja @ Rp10,000 for a short trip from Mercure Hotel to Malioboro and I am sure you can bargain if you are taking it from elsewhere other than the hotel. In Solo, the going rate is Rp5,000. There is also a horse carriage which you can try but I didn't go for it.

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Address: Jl. Dagen No.6, Yogyakarta, 55271, Indonesia