Indonesia Transportation

  • Transportation
    by machomikemd
  • Transportation
    by machomikemd
  • Transportation
    by machomikemd

Indonesia Transportation

  • Soekarno-Hatta airport Jakarta

    The airport is name Soekarno-Hatta, opened in 1985, and named after Soekarno the first President of Indonesia and Hatta the first VP. They were the ones who gain independance from Holland in 1945.It is very modern and vast but easy to navigate. It was my first time here and I found it easy. I first took Garuda airlines coming from Surabaya here and...

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  • Juanda airport at Surabaya

    This is the second most busy airport in all of Indonesia . As per the Offical Airline Guide the route Surabaya Jakarta is the 5th most frequently flown in the world.it is small very easy to manouver, took Air Garuda from here to Jakarta too,and in and out from France on both occassions. There is taxis and buses outside with a great parking area...

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  • Singapore Airlines The Best!

    I flew Singapore airlines and it was an exceptional way to fly.Remember that--for some of us--the Indonesians drive on the 'wrong' side of the road. :-) This is especially important when making a right turn or passing a car!!I went into shock the first time our driver made a left turn. Luckily there was always a driver that came with the car so my...

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  • a professional smily guide around...

    a goup of guide in indonesiamaderibek and his friends can take you all around indonesiayou ll take the small road, go to not touristic places, they look for you to find ceremony and they modifiate your programm if they ear nice things to make your trip very nice, they are all profesionalyou can email himmaderibek@gmail.comsure you ll be...

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  • tiket2.com - Indonesian Flight Finder

    Tiket2.com is one of great website that give you information up to date for all kind of Indonesian Airline. It make easier, because we dont have to klik every airline website to find the cheapest one,,,ps : In tiket2.com you can also book a Hotel ;)so what you waiting for,,

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  • travelife - tour agent

    if yu search for a reliable economic tour agent in Indonesia i can suggest youT R A V E L I F ELetjen S Parman 107, Malang 65141East Java - IndonesiaTel. +62.3415441991Fax. +62.341409122www.travelifetrips.net.tc

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  • BANYUWANGI JAVA

    When I was departing Bali for Java I had taken a "bemo" local small bus to the small coastal town of Gilimanuk to make the ferry crossing from the port of exit in Bali at Gilimanuk..The Ferry across the straits takes about 40 minutes before arriving at the Java side in Banyuwangi the point of entry into Java..This is a very straightforward crossing...

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  • Domestic flights in Indonesia

    You can look at Ticketindonesia.info for domestic flights in Indonesia and regional flights from and to Indonesia.They have a e-ticket service for domestic flights and you can pay with credit card.

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  • airport taxes

    Don't forget: the airport taxes are not included in the price of the tickets, after check-in you go to a separate desk to pay.

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  • Jakarta Taxi

    When taking a cab look for BLUE BIRD (blue car) it has a radio . You can also hail E-Express (white) and Taxiku ( yellow) but most of the drivers doesn't speak English. The other taxis are not so reliable as they will bring you around and around (jalan-jalan).Order by phone (24 hours) :BLUE BIRD & PUSAKA, Regular Taxis : (021) 79171234 /...

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  • Enjoy flying to and in Indonesia

    If you are in Indonesia in Bandung or Jakarta or Bali, it is from my experience in last years easy to book a domestic flight there inside. So you can plan your travel quite easy. Of course make shure that is not greater ceremonys like Lebaran are in the next- than maybe all transportation will be difficult to plan...If You that over the clouds,...

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  • Local transport around Bali

    Whilst you will not have any problems finding transport in Bali it sometimes can be hard to find a reliable driver. We use Sanny Bali Tours, the owner Sanny worked on cruise ships in the Carribean for nearly ten years so his english is excellent . He is good for shopping tours is very friendly and helpful with having an eskie stocked with ice cold...

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  • Travel from Australia to Europe without...

    Get to Darwin in Australia and Perkins Shipping Group Pty operate a barge that runs Darwin-Dili-Singapore (and reverse) 3 times a month. check their website at www.perkins.com.au for schedules and contact details, you would have to ring up and arrange in advance for passage. This is not a luxury boat - it is a freight barge, sorry, I have no idea...

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  • Train in Indonesia

    Hi fellow travellers,To seek informations about schedule and fare of the train in Indonesia, please go to this site www.infoka.kereta-api.com It is an official site from PT Kereta Api.ps: The site is in Bahasa Indonesia, so these are some hints to help you:kereta api ---- trainasal ---- departure station/citytujuan ----- arrival/destination...

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  • SEMPATI AIR (Fr Jakarta To Padang)

    To reach here (Bukit Tinngi,Padang,SUMATRA) by 3 ways:-1) Domestic Flight from Jakarta to Padang.2) Direct flight from Kuala Lumpur to Padang3) Direct flight from Kuala Lumpur or Singapore to Medan, 4x4 to Bukit Tinggi.Route # 3, expose traveller to a new travel destination, Lake Toba and The BATAK CARO culture & custom.If vacation period...

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  • Motorbike around Bali

    Flying between Jakarta and Bali is easy and cheap.There are many ways to choose to travel around Bali but We love motorcycle. I sometimes feel tired with buses and we got a wise choice. A taxi from Denpasar (Bali airport) to Kuta (the heart of Bali) only cost 50000 rupiahs (6 bucks) and we shared it with a couple we met at Jakarta airport.Anyway, I...

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  • Warp 3! - With speedboat east of Pulau...

    Shure not only I like the Startrek movies and the Enterprise and Captain Kirks and Captain Picards adventures, on the way to find out new unseen worlds... and so in remembering...here seen at the way from Speedboat east of Amboina at morning light start eastward and follow long white lee clouds to the Lease Islands!So if you had decided to trust...

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  • driving car from Jakarta to Medan

    Driving car from Jakarta to Medan, I dont think it is impossible but, I dont recommend it. From Jakarta to Medan, maybe it will take 2 or 3 days. It will be very tiring.Why dont you take flight from Jakarta to Medan. And then in Medan you can rent car there. You can find good view if you wanna go to Toba Lake from Medan City.

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  • Train schedules on Java and Sumatra

    You can travel by train extensively on Java, and the Indonesian Railway Company (PJKA) also exploits a few lines on Sumatra.The Executive and Business Class trains are a comfortable and cheap way to travel between the main tourist cities: Jakarta, Bandung, Yogyakarta, Solo, Semarang, Surabaya, as well as many less frequented destinations. They have...

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  • How to go from Jakarta to Bandung v.v.

    If you arrive at Jakarta airport, the fastest and most convenient way to get to Bandung is by X-Trans shuttle bus. The bus leaves every hour from the domestic gates and brings you to Cihampelas street in Bandung for Rp 90,000 (July 2009) in about 3 hours depending on traffic.Of course you may want to go by train for the scenery, but this means an...

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  • Taxi Rental

    I rented a taxi at the Jakarta airport for about USD 5.00 an hour. The driver took me to two places I wanted to see that day. He walked around with me and made me feel safe. Much better than renting a car! There is a kiosk at the Jakarta airport that offers this service.

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  • Visa on Arrival

    If you wish to get a visa on arrive you can get this at most Internation Airport or port of entry. If you are staying less than 7days you can get a VOA for $10 US. OR Up to 30 days - $25 US (If you want a 2 month visa you need to apply for this before you come to Indonesia. The Indonesian consulate in Penang, K.L or Singapore are the best places to...

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  • Using Kijang

    Van (angkut-angkut in their languange) is main transport here, never seen any busses or blue color taxi. Very rare to to see the blue color taxi.If coming to Bandung must have Supir (driver) to bring us around. If not I think it really diffcult and for us (tourist) to use they public transport such as van is not advise to do that since a lot of...

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  • Fast Jacobs Tours

    Jacob is a local driver in Bali. He speaks very good english and cant do enough for his customers. He will pick you up from and drop you off at the airport any time of the day or night. He is very very reasonably priced and has access to several different sized, very new and clean air conditioned vehicles. He will take you where you want when you...

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  • KOPI - BALI DRIVER

    KOPI is Balinese Bali private driver,,,he is very good person and very kind.contact him if you need driver from Airport ( only 100.000 IDR ,,,city area only) tour 8 hours 400.000 IDR.CONTACT him at ;+62 81 337 395 205 or mobile dial from Bali ( 081 337 395 205 ) ¨ 24 HOURS ON LINE

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  • Ferry from Dumai, Riau to Malaysia & vv

    From Dumai, Riau to Malaysia ferry, there are three routes.Dumai - Malacca: Indomal ferry, advertised as two hr trip but it is more than that, cost IDR 260,000 ow, 5 hr bus ride (MYR 17, not sure now) to SingaporeDumai - Port Dickson: Acob ferry, advertised as 2 1/2 hr trip but expect more, cost IDR 260,000 ow, less than an hr taxi ride (MYR 80) to...

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  • Ferries in Java and Sumatera

    You can take ferry to Java from Gilimanuk in Bali Island. The ferry port in east tip of Java is called Ketapang in Banyuwangi region.And then, from Java you can cross to Sumatera from Merak in Banten Province to Bakauheni in Lampung Province.From Sumatera island you can cross to Penang (Malaysia) from Belawan (North Sumatera Province). Or, if you...

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  • Flights from Yogya to Denpasar

    For flights from Yogya to Denpasar v.v. check these websites:Garuda: http://www.garuda-indonesia.com/index.php.Mandala: http://www.mandalaair.com/. Lion Air: http://www.lionair.co.id/main.asp.

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  • CAR RENTAL

    Renting a car could make a convenient travel time , but there are things you should know for your pleasant trip too. Firstly, GET TO KNOW ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS. Find out if the fare will include the fuel and driver meal. In touristic areas, they will provide you water and umbrella during the rainy season. If you have to buy the fuel, find...

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  • THE AIRPORTS (GENERAL)

    There are 7 international airport in Indonesia : Soekarno-Hatta (Jakarta), Ngurah Rai(Bali), Polonia (Medan, North Sumatra), Sultan Syarif Kasim (Pekanbaru, Sumatra), Tabing (Padang, Sumatra), Juanda (Surabaya, East Java), and Sam Ratulangi (Manado, North Sulawesi). Many international flights from/to Jakarta and Bali, where other smaller...

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  • OJEK

    Ojek is a motorcycle, along with the motorcyclist, that offers you a ride to some places, one of the ‘unofficial’ main transportation that commonly used in all over the cities in Indonesia. Ojek is a good alternative transportation, especially when you don’t want to deal with the traffic in the big cities or when you want to reach some places that...

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  • DELMAN:THE HORSE CART

    It is a two wheeled transportation carried by a horse. In many cities in Indonesia, delman is one of the main transportation. It has good seats for 4-5 people (average ones) and screen to protect the passengers from the rain. The taller or the fat ones most probably will not enjoy the ride on delman though with more than 2 companions. Most of the...

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  • PEDATI: THE COW CART

    It is a two wheeled square box carried by cow(s) and the best transportation for the farmers to carry their crops when the roads are narrow or unpaved. This PEDATI can be seen only in the farm areas or villages. Whenever you see one, ask the farmer if you can ride on his PEDATI. He will be very happy to give you a ride for free. The ride may not be...

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  • The Right Sided Driver

    The driver seat will be at the right side of the car in Indonesia, like the way they do in UK or Thailand. The passenger is expected to go down at the left side of the car. Most of the cars will be Japanese cars (Toyota,Honda) and you may see some European/American cars in the big cities. Many cars are still using the accelerator without automatic...

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  • Domestic Flights: Things to Know

    Some plane crashes in the early 2007 made Indonesia’s aviation system and airlines in one of the worst airlines’ top list in the world. Nevertheless, many improvements have been made for the flight safety and enhance Indonesia domestic flight’s standard. The weather will be the common reason for the airlines to delay their flights. The planes may...

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  • STASIUM JAKARTAKOTA

    Stasiun Jakarta Kota.. ....,KOTA TRAIN STATION.... better known as Stasiun Beos (Beos Station), is an old train station in Taman Sari, West Jakarta, Indonesia. The station was CHANGED TO A HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL LANDMARK IN 1933...

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  • The Peak Season

    As the most populous Moslem country in the world, 1 week around the Eid time will be the peak season in all over Indonesia. It is a Muslim’s festival after fasting month Ramadhan, it was on September 13th in 2007 and will be advanced 10 days every following years). Traffic during those days happens in Java cities, especially Jakarta. Nevertheless,...

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  • Soekarno-Hatta Jakarta International...

    I ENJOYED THE ASIA LOOK OF THE AIRPORT ..THERE WAS A COMFORTABLE AND HOMEY FEEL ABOUT IT PLUS IT'S INTERIOR LOOK WAS FASCINATING TO ME. THE AIRPORT IS ABOUT 12 MILES FROM THE CITY AND THE DEPARTURE TAX IS 100,000 RUPIAHS

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  • getting around jakarta is A HASSLE BUT...

    transportation in jakarta is a real HASSLE since it does not have any kinda trains connecting to the town and the places of interest....that's a bit letdown if u are visiting jakarta but not a problem for those adventurous type.......and in the car itself able to take few scenic shots of the capital.......it's beautiful if there are only someone...

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  • Horse Cart, not merely a Rural...

    In a certain place of Indonesia, a Horse Cart is a model of Transportation. If you have a chance to Bengkulu, Jakarta, Bogor, Central Java, Solo, Yogyakarta, Bali, Lombok, South Sulawesi, Manado you can find this model of Transportation. Riding a horse carts is a great experience while you travel in Indonesia

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  • Explore Indonesia by SEA

    Indonesia is an island country, one can go from one island to another by Sea Transportation. Tanjung Priok is a Sea Port which link its capital of Indonesia to another island, like Sumatra, Kalimantan (Borneo) , Sulawesi, Maluku and Papua. Sailing around Indonesian archipelago is a nice experiences if you have a long journey to Indonesia

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  • Perama

    Perama, based in Bali offer Tourist Shuttle services around Bali and their pricies are very reasonable. As they are promoted alot in guidebooks, we thought they would be expensive, but after checking out the prices from Kuta to Ubud, they were the cheapest, with the best facilites and great staff that are helpful. Pop into their office and pick upp...

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  • Trains and Boats and Planes

    In orde to safe time we've decided to fly to Lombok instead.You can take the ferry boat from Padang Bai only if you time to kill.Some tour operator offer transfer from hotel in Bali and fly to Lombok and airport pick up and boat transfer for mere Rp 800K!We paid ours in total Rp 400k return boat trip for two transfer Senggigi (teluk nara) to...

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  • FLY Indonesian air way GARUDA INDONESIA

    Indonesia is comprise of so many island, exploring Indonesia by means of Land Transportation is wasting time, Now air way traffic is a convenient t one to get through Indonesia from Province to Province. FromAustralia or Singapore, or Kuala Lumpur you can go to Indonesia directly by Garuda Indonesia, or some private Air line company like LION AIR,...

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  • Ferry from Sumba to Timor

    If you take the ferry from Waingapu on Sumba to Kupang on Timor, be aware that this ferry crossing takes 32 hours! We were told by multiple people that it was 22 hours, and this was said in Bahasa Indonesia so the issue was not a language problem. It left at about 10pm, so we thought we would be spending one night on the ferry and arrive at 8pm the...

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