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Yogyakarta Adisucipto International Airport serves the city of Yogyakarta, located on the Indonesian island of Java. The city is an incredibly popular tourist destination for Southeast Asians, due to the presence of numerous historic temples (including the world-famous Borobudur, the largest Buddhist monuments in the world).

As such, Adisucipto International Airport is one of the region’s busiest air facilities. Though it consists of only 1 passenger terminal, the airport handles more than 5 million air travellers annually and is served by a variety of Asian airlines like AirAsia, Garuda Indonesia, Silkair and Lion Air.

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Getting around

Yogyakarta Adisucipto International Airport is located only about 6 kilometres from the heart of Yogyakarta. To get from the airport to the city, travellers are advised to grab an official airport taxi direct to their hotel. Simply head to the taxi booking desk in the Arrivals hall of the airport to buy a pre-paid coupon for a cab ride into town. Expect a fare of around SGD 5.11 (USD 3.65), excluding an additional SGD 0.20 (USD 0.14) airport entrance fee.

What to see and do

No trip to Yogyakarta is complete without a visit to the famed Borobudur temple, the largest Buddhist monument in the world. If you’re able to get out of bed early, go there in the wee hours of dawn and get your eyes and camera ready for the spectacular sight of the sun rising over the compound. With the Borobodur’s iconic stupas in the background, as well as the misty silhouettes of the Merbabu and Merapi volcanoes, this is one sunrise you won’t soon forget.

Next, drop down Yogyakarta’s 50-metre black hole. The Jomblang Cave is a natural cavity in the Gunung Kidal regency, and leads adrenaline junkies abseiling on ropes downwards into the deep dark unknown. Discover an entire hidden subterranean world from the entrance of the Jomblang Cave - don’t be surprised to see an underground river and forest, stalactites and stalagmites, and a cave within a cave lit up with ethereal rays of natural light from above.

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