Travel and Visa Information


The international airport nearest to the conference is Yogyakarta’s Adisucipto International Airport although many participants may arrive at one of the larger international airports, such as Jakarta, Surabaya or Denpasar (Bali), and take a domestic flight to Yogyakarta. 

Please see below for a map of Jakarta Soekarno-Hatta International Airport.

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The following information is for general reference only and it is the responsibility of each participant to ascertain and fulfil their own visa requirements based on their individual circumstances and consult the nearest Indonesian diplomatic or consular mission in their place of residence prior to entering Indonesia as necessary.  The following information is believed to be correct and up-to-date as at the time of publishing but the conference organisers accept no responsibility with regard thereto.

General Requirements

Passports must generally be valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival and travellers should posses a valid return or onward ticket.

Visa Free

Visitors holding a passport of one of the following countries are generally eligible to enter and remain in Indonesia without a visa for 30 days.



Visa before arrival

Nationals who are not eligible for visa free or VOA need to apply for a visa at an Indonesian embassy or consulate prior to entering Indonesia.

Invitation letter

The Conference Local Organizing Committee will provide a Letter of Invitation signed by Yogyakarta State University if requested.  If you require such a letter please register for the conference first and then send your request and a copy of the photograph page of your passport to: no later than 30 April 2013.


Trip Advice

The average temperature in June in Yogyakarta is normally around 24 to 32 degrees Celsius and June is one of the dry season months, although some rain may be expected.  Participants are advised to check the prevailing temperature and weather conditions shortly before their departure and prepare accordingly.

Indonesian Electricity Socket

  • Electricity in Indonesia is 220 Volts; the sockets are mostly two-pin round (see adjacent photo) and may differ from those in some participants' home country.  If so, please bring an adaptor-plug.
  • Travel insurance. Participants are advised to make their own arrangements for travel and health insurance, as appropriate for them, with their local insurance agency, and with regard to any necessary medication.
  • Participants are advised to take good care of their possessions at all times during the conference and their related travel; neither the conference nor any related organisations or persons accept responsibility in this regard.


Transportation from Airport to Hotel

Please see above under Accommodation.