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      HOW TO REACH INDONESIA

      Indonesia is the largest archipelagic State in the world consisting of 17,504 islands. The country is located in Southeast Asia and traversed by the equator so it is tropical. With the thousands of islands make Indonesia as one of the tourist destinations in the World, every year the number of tourist increased dramatically. The tourism sector has become one of the backbones of the Indonesian economy.

      Access and Transportation   

      In order to maintain the stability of the Tourism sector, the government has been fixing the vital infrastructure such as highways, seaports and airports.

       

      1. Seaports

      60% of Indonesian territory is an ocean so the existence of seaport is a vital object in the shipping sector.

      Top 10 the biggest ports in Indonesia, that is:

      1. Seaport of Tanjung Priok,Jakarta.

      It is the busiest port in Indonesia and operates 24 hours,located in DKI Jakarta Province.This port serves domestic and overseas passenger ships and loading and unloading of Export & Import.

      1. Seaport of Merak,Banten

      Located in Banten Province.This harbor is very strategic because it connects among Java and Sumatera Island.Every day thousands of passengers and vehicles using this Port.

      1. Seaport of Tanjung Perak,Surabaya.

      Located in Surabaya,East Java Province. This port is a connector among the industry city of surabaya with other major cities in Indonesia.

      1. Seaport of Bakauheni,Lampung.

      Located in Lampung Province,South Sumatera.This Port is a connector between Sumatera and Java Island.

      1. Seaport of Tanjung Mas,Semarang.

      Located in Semarang,middle of Java Province.This port serves loading and unloading of import – export and passengers Ship.

      1. Seaport of Ketapang,Banyuwangi.

      Located in Banyuwangi,East Java Province.This Port is a Gate among Java and Bali Island. Every day there are hundreds of ferries out of this port.

      1. Seaport of Harbour Bay,Batam

      Located in Batam  Island and is the closest way to Singapore.The harbor is very crowded because it becomes a transit route in or out of Singapore,at night we can see the lights of Singapore’s. Now Harbor Bay has become one of the tourist destinations in Batam Island.

      1. Seaport of Sunda Kelapa,Jakarta

      This port is located in Jakarta and the witness of the history of the Indonesian.Sunda Kelapa Harbor has existed since the era of the Pajajaran Kingdom around the 12th century.

      1. Seaport of Batam Center

      Located in Batam, This seaport serves as an intermediary between Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia,especially for export and import activities.Currently there are 2 fast boats that crossing towards Singapore with scheduled almost every hour.

      1. Seaport of Soekarno-Hatta,Makasar

      Located in South Sulawesi.This port is managed directly by PT.Pelindo (Pelabuhan Indonesia) and provide a container terminal for goods entering and leaving Sulawesi.

       

      1. The Airport

      Air transport is one of the main options for traveling today, especially with the emergence of various airlines with an affordable price, in order to support the fluency of this air transport, the Indonesian government has built hundreds of airports all over Indonesia.

      Top 10 the busiest International Airport in Indonesia, that is:

       

      1. The International Airport of Soekarno-Hatta (CGK)

      Office             : Jakarta,Kec.Tangerang,Banten 19120

      Telephon       : (+021 5505179)

      Website         : www.soekarnohatta-airport.co.id

      Located in Tangerang City, Banten. The name of the Airport is taken from the name First President and Vice President of the State of Indonesia.The area of the airport is 18 hectares and serves domestic and International Flights. Here are the international airlines that use Soekarno – Hatta Airport: Garuda Indonesia, Indonesia AirAsia International, Indonesia AirAsia Extra International, Saudi Arabian Airlines, Vietnam Airlines, Korean Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, China Airlines, dan China Southern,All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Cathay Pacific Airways, Cebu Pacific, Etihad Airways, Emirates, EVA Air, Jetstar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qatar Airways, Scoot Airlines, dan SriLankan Airlines. Lion Air, Batik Air, Malindo Air, Malaysia Airlines, Japan Airlines, Qantas, Air China, Thai Lion Air, Royal Brunei Airlines, Oman Air, Thai Airways, Turkish Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, dan China Eastern Airlines.

      1. Juanda International Airport (SUB)

      Office                : Jln.Haji Juanda,Surabaya

      Telephone        : T1 (+6231 2986200)

      T2 (+6231 2986700)

      Email                : humas.sub@ap1.co.id

      sub@ap1.co.id

      Located in the industrial city of Surabaya. This airport is the air base of TNI-AL(Navy of Indonesia),beside military base Juanda Airport also serving domestic and international civil aviation. The following international airlines are using Juanda Airport:

      Garuda Indonesia,Air Asia,Lion Air,Citilink Indonesia,Batik Air,Cathay Pacific,Tiger Air,Royal Brunei Airways,Silk Air,Singapore Airlines,and Jet Star.

      1. I Gusti Ngurah Rai  International Airport (DPS)

      Office               : Gedung Wisti Sabha Lt.III,Bandara Ngurah Rai Bali,80362

      Telephone       : (+62361 9351011)

      Email                : dps.ph@ap1.co.id

      Located in Tuban, South of Bali. This airport is the third busiest airport in Indonesia after Soekarno-Hatta and Juanda Surabaya, Its name is taken from the Hero of Bali that is I Gusti Ngurah Rai. Here are the international airlines that use this Airport:

      Garuda Indonesia,Emirates,Etihad Airways,KLM Royal Dutch Airline,Singapore Airline,Malaysia Arlines,Batik Air,Malindo Air,Airasia,Jet Star,Tiger Air,Citilink,China Airlines,Virgin Australia,Thai Air,Cathay Pacific,Sriwijaya Air,Eva Air.

       

      1. Sultan Hasanudin International Airport (UPG)

      Office              : Jln.Raya Airport No.1 Makasar,South Sulawesi 90552.

      Telephone      : (+62 411 550123)

      Located in Makasar,South Sulawesi. The airport serves domestic and foreign flights especially for Haj embarkation. The following international airlines that use this Airport are:

      Garuda Indonesia,Emirates,Etihad Airways,KLM Royal Dutch Airline,Singapore Airlines,Silk Air,Malaysia Airlines, Jet Star,Sriwijaya Air,Malindo Air.

      1. Kualanamu International Airport (KNO)

      Office                : Jln.Bandara Internasional Kualanamu,Medan 20157

      Telephone        : (+62-61 888 80300)

      Website            : www.kualanamu-airport.co.id

      The airport is located in Deli Serdang Regency, South Sumatera and inaugurated by the President of Indonesia Mr.Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono on Thursday, March 27, 2014 replaces Polonia Airport in Medan. The following international airlines that use this Airport are:

      Garuda Indonesia,Lion Air,Indonesia Air Asia,Malaysia Airlines,Batik Air,Silk Air,Jet Star,Sriwijaya Air,Malindo Air.

      1. Sultan Aji Muhammad Sulaiman International Airport (BPN)

      Office                  : Jln.Marsma.R.Iswahyudi,Sepinggan,Balikpapan 76115.

      Telephone          : (+62542 7577000)

      Located in Sepinggan,Balikpapan, East Kalimantan.The airport serves domestic and foreign flights, especially in Asia. The following international airlines that use this Airport are:

      Emirates,Garuda Indonesia,Batik Air,Lion Air,KLM Royal Dutch,Citilink,Qatar Airways,Sriwijaya Air.

      1. Adi Sucipto International Airport (JOG)

      Office                   : Jln.Raya Solo km.9 Yogyakarta 55282

      Telephone           : (+62 274 484261)

      Email                    : humas.jog@ap1.co.id

      The airport is located in Sleman Regency, Yogyakarta. This Airport is the base of TNI AU (The Air Force of Indonesia) ),beside military base Adi Sucipto  Airport also serving domestic and international civil aviation. The following international airlines that use this Airport are:
      Emirates, Garuda Indonesia, Air Batik, Lion Air, Royal Dutch KLM, Citilink, Qatar Airways, Sriwijaya Air.

      1. Hang Nadim International Airport (BTH)

      Office                    : Jln.Hang Nadim No.01,Kota Batam,Kepulauan Riau 29466

      Telephone            : (+62778 761507)

      The airport is located in Batam Island, Riau Province with an area of 1,760 hectares. Hang Nadim’s name is taken from the name of the famous admiral of the Malacca sultanate and inaugurated by the Government on 1 February 1985.

      The following international airlines that use this Airport are:
      Emirates, Garuda Indonesia, Air Batik, Lion Air, Royal Dutch KLM, Citilink, Qatar Airways, Sriwijaya Air.

      1. Sjamsudin Noor International Airport (BDJ)

      Office                     : Jln.Angkasa Landasan Ulin,Banjarmasin 70724A

      Telephone             : (+62511 4705277)

      The Airport is located in Banjarmasin, South of Kalimantan. This Airport is the base of TNI AU (The Air Force of Indonesia) ),beside military base Sjamsudin Noor Airport also serving domestic and international civil aviation.In 1970 there was a major change at this airport where its name was changed from Ulin Airport to Sjamsudin Noor Airport to honor the heroic services of Air Force One Anumerta Sjamsudin Noor.

      The following international airlines use this Airport:
      Emirates, Garuda Indonesia, Air Batik, Lion Air, Royal Dutch KLM, Citilink, Qatar Airways, Sriwijaya Air.

      1. Minangkabau International Airport (PDG)

      Office                     : Jln.Mr.Sutan.M.Rasyid,Padang Pariaman Sumatera Barat 25585

      Telephone             : (+6251 819123)

      Email                      : ap2_pdg@angkasapura2.co.id

      Website                 : www.minangkabau-airport.co.id

      The Airport is Located in Padang,Sumatera Barat.with an area of 427 hectares. Its name is derived from the ethnic in West Sumatra namely Minangkabau.

      The following international airlines that use this Airport are:
      Emirates, Garuda Indonesia, Air Batik, Lion Air, Royal Dutch KLM, Citilink, Qatar Airways, Sriwijaya Air.

      With the existence of adequate land, sea and air transportation facilities tourism activities can run smoothly and give the impact to the national economic growth.

      We are PT.Indonesia Amazing Tour & Travel provides a tour packages in all over Indonesia, for more information please visit our website at www.indonesiaamazing.com.

       

      Thank You

       

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