Yogyakarta is easily accessible from major cities throughout Indonesia by air, rail or land
Arriving by Plane
Adi Sutjipto International Airport connects the city with two main international gateways to Indonesia, Jakarta and Denpasar-Bali. If you arrive in Jakarta-Soekarno Hatta International Airport, you can conveniently transfer to domestic flight to Yogyakarta as there are more than 20 flights/day to YogYakarta served by Garuda Indonesia, Lion Air, Batik Air, AirAsia, Sriwijaya Air and Citilink Indonesia (fly from Jakarta-Halim Airport). On the other hand, if you arrive in Denpasar-Bali International Airport, you can transfer to domestic flight with Garuda Indonesia (three daily flights), Lion Air (three daily flights), Air Asia (2 daily flights), and Nam Air (1 daily flight).
Direct international flights are available from Singapore (served by AirAsia and Silk Air) and Kuala Lumpur (AirAsia).
Other domestic flights are also available from cities such as Bandung, Surabaya, Makassar, Balikpapan, Lombok, Palembang, and Batam.
For flight schedule please check the airline’s website:
https://www.garuda-indonesia.com/ (Garuda Indonesia)
http://lionair.co.id/ (Lion Air)
http://www.sriwijayaair.co.id (Sriwijaya Air)
Arriving by Train
Yogyakarta is served by two main railways station: Yogyakarta Tugu and Lempuyangan. From Jakarta Gambir or Pasar Senen Station, there are some couples train trips to Yogyakarta for the morning and evening hours. Train trips are also available from Bandung, Surabaya, and Malang. For train schedule please check the Indonesia’s railways website:
https://tiket.kereta-api.co.id/ (in Indonesia only)
Access to Conference Venue
From airport or train station, visitors can hire taxi for approximately Rp 50.000 – Rp 100.000 (US$ 4 – 8)