Prambanan Transportation

  • A green Trans Jogja Bus at Prambanan Halt
    A green Trans Jogja Bus at Prambanan...
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  • Inside TransJogja Bus
    Inside TransJogja Bus
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  • horse Cart at Pasar Prambanan
    horse Cart at Pasar Prambanan
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    Get in Prambanan

    by antydetty Updated Sep 9, 2009

    If you wanna go to Prambanan, how to get in.....
    From Prambanan, the nearest major city is Yogyakarta 17 kilometers away. Solo is also within easy striking distance.

    By plane
    Yogyakarta's airport is just ten kilometers from Prambanan. A taxi direct to the site should cost about Rp 50,000.

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    Becak or Rickshaw

    by meiyergani Written Mar 30, 2008
    Becak or Rickshaw at Yogyakarta

    If you are reluctant to reach Prambanan Temple by walking, becak or rickshaw was also worth to enjoy, with the cost of about Rp. 10,000 the Becak driver will enthusiasticly deliver you to Perambanan temples up to the front of entrance gate not far from the ticket box

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    Enjoy A Horse Cart

    by meiyergani Written Mar 29, 2008
    horse Cart at Pasar Prambanan

    As you aligned from Trans Jogja Bus you can see Prambanan temple in a short distance across the street. There are a few Horse Carts waiting for passengers near Prambanan Halt, with the cost of about Rp. 15,000,- (fifteen thousands rupiah) the cart will deliver you from Prambanan Halt to the entrance gate of Prambanan temple vise versa. Enjoy the carts is also a unique experience when we have a moment to visit Prambanan Temple

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    Green TRANS YOGYA Bus to Prambanan

    by meiyergani Updated Mar 29, 2008
    A green Trans Jogja Bus at Prambanan Halt
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    To Prambanan From Yogyakarta is now more easy to access, since early of 2008, the government of Yogyakarta run an air conditioned commuter TRANS JOGJA bus which could deliver attendants to and from a certain corner of Yogyakarta and then deliver you to Prambanan Temple with the charge of Rp. 3,000,- (three thousands rupiah, equal to 30 cents US.)
    The bus operated from 06.00 am o'clock in the morning up to 09.00 pm, you can check the bus number with its map route at every Halte

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    Diva's transport to Prabanam

    by bpacker Updated Mar 26, 2007

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    A Pink Moment in Yogya

    Going to Prambana from Yogya is a breeze. Just catch a metered cab from town and you'll be there within one hour. Try to bargain with the taxi driver for a return trip price of USD10-15.

    Question: What kind of transport would a diva take from Yogya to Prabanam?

    Answer:Why, a fully-air conditioned taxi of course! And not just any taxi but a girly pink one. A return trip from Yogya to Prabanam cost us USD10. Ok, a little pricey but ooh, what a comfy ride. The taxi was a metered one so we didn't have to haggle over the price.

    Other details:
    Distance:Prambanam is 17 kilometers away from Yogyakarta
    Time:It takes about 30min to get there, provided you don't make a pit stop to eat Yogya's famous fried chicken nearby.

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    Minitrain service in Prambanan Temple complex

    by bkarjee Written Dec 30, 2005

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    There is a minitrain service within the temple complex which charges IDR 2.5K and will take you to all the temples located within the temple complex and will bring you back to the main entrance. You can hop on and hop off wherever you want. Initially I thought the service is meant for kids, but when I saw everybody boarding the train, then I too just boarded it. They are parked in front off the Museum.

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