Travelling in Yogyakarta and Central Java
Yogyakarta enjoys a tropical rainforest climate. The yearly average maximum temperature in Yogyakarta and Central Java is 30°C (ranging from 29°C in July to 31°C in October). Annual rainfall is 4312mm, with a minimum of 72mm in August and a maximum of 565mm in November.
The two provinces are one of the foremost cultural centers of Indonesia.
Yogyakarta and Central Java are safe destinations for traveling in. If you fall ill during your travels, international hospitals across the city are plenty to choose from.
The standard voltage throughout Indonesia is normally 230 V and with a standard frequency of 50 Hz. If you’re from the UK, Europe, Australia and most of Asia or Africa, most of your phones, laptops and other gadgets could be charged like normal. However, if you come from countries like the United States, Canada, and most South American countries, the range of voltage differs here in Indonesia.
The Indonesian Rupiah is the only accepted currency. Worry not, if you choose to use your credit card in Yogyakarta and Central Java, it’s no problem.
Indonesia is heaven to traveller, many countries can visit Indonesia without having to present a visa upon arrival for your short trip. Those not listed from those countries can apply visa on arrival (VOA) at the airport.