December 3rd-6th, 2017
Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta, INDONESIA
December 3rd-6th, 2017
Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta, INDONESIA
Jalan Palagan Tentara Pelajar
Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 55581
Toyota Innova Mini Van
Airport Transfers (one way) — IDR 120,000 nett
Hourly Rate (min 3 hours) — IDR 330,000 nett
Additional hour (s) — IDR 110,000 nett
Capacity: 7 passengers with carry-on luggage or 4 passengers with 4 big luggage
Download and fill in the reservation form and please return reservation form to:
Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta
Jl. Palagan Tentara Pelajar, Yogyakarta 55581
Phone: (62)(274) 869123
Fax: (62)(274) 869588
[Should you have any problems or special requests regarding your room and transport reservation, please contact directly the hotel staff in charge : email@example.com]
Yogyakarta, together with its twin city Surakarta (solo), is the cradle of civilization on Java. This city was the seat of power that produced the magnificent temples of Borobudur and Prambanan in the 8th and 9th century and the new powerful Mataram kingdom of the 16th and 17th century. Yogyakarta is known as Neverending Asia for its endless attractions and appeal. This city is one of the foremost cultural centers of Indonesia. From climbing the magnificent Borobudur temple, visiting the Keraton (Sultan’s Palace), to watching silversmiths produce amazing jewelries at Kotagede, to shopping up a storm at Malioboro road, you’ll never be bored in this relatively small yet bustling city. From natural wonders, local art and traditions, examples of Javanese heritage to delicious culinary delights, Yogyakarta is a city with numerous attractions. This is why Yogyakarta is the second most visited destination in Indonesia after Bali.
There are numerous daily flights from Jakarta, and Bali to Yogyakarta. Yogyakarta is also served by AirAsia from Kuala Lumpur. There is a regular train service between Yogyakarta and other major cities. Yogyakarta is also easily accessible by road. Once you arrive, there are a number of ways you can explore Yogyakarta. Walking is a great way to take in the sights and meet the locals though it can get hot by the middle of the day. Climate in Yogyakarta features tropical wet and dry climate as the precipitation in the driest month, August is below 60 millimetre (2.4 inches). The wettest month in Yogyakarta is January with precipitation totalling 392 millimetres (15.4 inches). The climate is influenced by the monsoon. The annual temperature is roughly about 26 to 27 Celsius. The hottest month is April with average temperature 27.1 Celsius.
Visitors from a list of selected countries are able to apply for a Visa On Arrival directly at the Airport Immigration Office at the time of arrival. Visitors from countries that do not yet have an agreement for a Visa on Arrival are able to apply for a visit visa through the respective Indonesian Embassies or Consular Offices in their respective countries. For more information please consult directly the informations listed on the Indonesian Immigrations Office.
From Adisucipto International Airport to Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta
Since the distance from Adisucipto International Airport to Hyatt Regency Yogyakarta is relatively near, around 12km, taking a taxi to go to the venue is recommended. There is a tourist information desk, ATM and taxi stand in the arrival hall of Adisucipto International Airport. Official airport taxis are available for around IDR60,000, pay at the taxi desk in arrival terminal and then head for the official taxi rank. Give the receipt to your driver, there is no need for any additional payment. It is about half the price to use a taxi dropping passengers off at the departure terminai. Insist on using the meter. do expect to pay the IDR2,000 airport entrance fee, even though this has already been paid by the previous passenger on the way in.
Trans Jogja is a bus rapid transit (BRT) system operates in Yogyakarta as shelters, with 8 different routes. Trans Jogja operates from 5:30 AM until 9:00 PM. Ticket costs on Trans Jogja are trip based. Passengers pay for one trip and can go any distance along the bus route. Changing buses is free as long as it is done within one hour from the start of the first trip. Be aware that the bus stops are quite far apart, (1-2kms) and not very numerous, and often the bus stops for opposite directions are not opposite each other. If you are planning on travelling this way, expect to still do a fair amount of walking to and from the stops to your destination. If you take a bus please beware of pickpocket. This is the map of Yogyakarta
Traditional three-wheeled and pedal-powered cart, known as becak (pronounced beh-chak), which can be found in most part of Yogyakarta. Haggle furiously before getting into the becak. Be sure to determine whether the price is for a one-way or return (pulang) trip and if you want the driver to wait whilst you conduct your shopping or business. A ride from within the city to the Malioboro shopping precinct should not cost more than IDR20,000. There is also an ongoing trend where the motor-powered trishaw started to replacing the man-powered one. Likewise, there is an ongoing debate about its safetiness and legality. The fare might be more expensive, but it is surely faster and covering more areas. However, it is strongly recommended to use the man-powered trishaw to help the driver, as most of them are poor and old.
Traditional horse-pulled carts, known as andong, or dokar, wait for tourists outside hotspots like the train station, the Kraton and Mal Malioboro. Haggle furiously. The traditional route is from Jl. Malioboro to Keraton, and this is where you’ll find most andong. Usually, andong opt to take you to shop for fake Dagadu t-shirt in Ngasem area with hefty prices. Then, andong will take you back to your initial journey. The cost for one round trip for andong is IDR30,000. Usually they ask for IDR40,000 but they may settle for less. Andong can accommodate up to 5 adult passengers.
These are nearby accomodation from the venue
Alana Yogyakarta Hotel (cross the road to the venue)
Indoluxe Hotel (1.2km to the venue)