Yogyakarta is the capital city of Yogyakarta special region at the foot of Merapi volcano. Yogyakarta is bounded to the east, north, and west by Central Java and faces Indian ocean to the south. It is widely known as the gateway to Central Java. Yogyakarta was once the capital city of Indonesian Republican during the National Revolution. Top sights in Yogyakarta are Museum Kareta Kraton, Affandi Museum, Kraton, Kota Gede, Taman sari, Kukup Glagah, Parangtritis, Kalasan, Sono Budoyo Museum and Pasar pasty.
Yogyakarta Travelers' Frequently Asked Questions
Q. When is the best time to visit Yogyakarta?
A. The best time to go to this city is April to October which is normally dry season. These months receives low precipitation level. It will allow you to get the best out of your time without rain interference and sightsee outdoors conveniently and comfortably. The best peak season to explore the scenic beauty of Yogyakarta. November to March are rainy season since they receive massive rainfall at all times
Q. If I have partly used my ticket can I get a refund for the unused part?
A. It depends on the airline regulations and type of ticket. The most airline will deduct the amount used and refund the balances amount. However, in most cases cheap and discounted ticket that is partially used are non-refundable. Always check the rules and guidelines of the fare ticket you want to purchase. Every airline has fare condition that informs you whether the ticket is refundable or not and charges related to it.
Q. How can I book my ticket?
A. To book your ticket, you have to either use a travel agent or book directly with them by calling their customer care or visit the airline website. You can make a reservation through Airline sales offices at the ticket counter. However, some agents charge an additional service fee for the airline ticket. To book a ticket with travel agents you have to ask them since they don't get any commission from the airlines. To check the validity of the ticket, you have to visit the airline website and check the status of the ticket.
Q.What is an electronic ticket?
A. An electronic ticket is a digital ticket used as a paper ticket or a board pass to travel to another place. The ticket is used as an entry in the computer system so the airline can have the ticket information too. The ticket is sent to your email together with the receipt ticket. Print your ticket however you don't need to carry the ticket to the check-in counter. Carry an ID for customer service to verify the ticket. A passenger with an ticket will only need a boarding pass attached with the ticket.
Flight Routes to Yogyakarta
Lion Air and Wing Air launched new services on 4th July from Palembang to Yogyakarta. Nam Air extended their service from Nabire to Jayapura to Yogyakarta. Earlier this year Citilink canceled their flights to and from Yogyakarta. Popular domestic routes from Yogyakarta are; Yogyakarta to Darwin, Yogyakarta to Perth, Yogyakarta to Adelaide, Yogyakarta to Melbourne, Yogyakarta to Brisbane, and Yogyakarta to Sydney. Top flights routes destinations from Yogyakarta include; Los Angeles to Yogyakarta, Beijing to Yogyakarta, London to Yogyakarta, Frankfurt to Yogyakarta, Paris to Yogyakarta, Amsterdam to Yogyakarta, Singapore to Yogyakarta, New York to Yogyakarta, Shanghai to Yogyakarta, Bangkok to Yogyakarta, Seoul to Yogyakarta, and San Francisco to Yogyakarta.