Travel Tips in Yogyakarta, Indonesia

Infrastructure

Cellphone Bands
GSM 900, GSM 1800
Electricity
V ( Hz)
Power Outlet Types

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Emergency

  • Police

    110

  • Ambulance

    118

  • Fire: 113

    113

  • Emergency

    112

  • Immigration office

    0274-487-165

  • Red Cross

    0274-379-212

  • JIH (Jogja International Hospital)

    0274-446-3535

Safety

  • Security

    Yogyakarta has its share of petty criminals who occasionally target tourists. It's wise to keep aware of your surroundings and valuables at all times. You can reduce your chances of being targeted by opportunist criminals such as pickpockets and bag snatchers by being careful about what you carry and how you carry it.

    Wallets should be kept in front pockets. Avoid keeping valuable items in backpacks unless they are double-zipped and padlocked. Single-strap bags should be worn across the body, making it more difficult for bag snatchers to grab them. Pay special attention to your belongings while in busy places such as the city's bus or train stations, or popular tourist attractions.

    It's sensible to arrange travel insurance before you embark on your trip. Taking out travel insurance will ensure you will be reimbursed for any stolen, lost, or damaged personal effects.

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