Getting to Amanjiwo

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Located a 90-minute drive from Yogyakarta International Airport (YIA), Amanjiwo is tucked away in Central Java’s heartland, overlooking the Unesco-listed temples of Borobudur. Ensuring the most effortless of arrivals, Amanjiwo’s dedicated concierge team is on hand to assist with all travel planning, transfers and arrangements.

 

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E-VOA (Electronic Visa on Arrival)

The Indonesian Immigration Agency has also launched an online pre-arrival application. The application is to be completed via a government portal operated by the Directorate General of Immigration Ministry of Law and Human Rights to obtain an e-VOA - a single-entry visa that is valid for stays of up to 30 days with the purpose of tourism, government visits, business meetings, goods purchasing, or transit only. To apply for the e-VOA and to check the countries eligible, please click here.

 

E-custom declaration 

The ECD form should be prepared at least three days prior to arrival in Indonesia. One form per family should be completed, following which a QR code will be received. It is advised to save the QR code to a mobile device or print it out ready for arrival. If you arrive at Yogyakarta customs without a QR code, you will be asked to complete the form and be required to queue again. The official form itself can be found here.

 

International flights 

The nearest airport to Amanjiwo is Yogyakarta International Airport (YIA). From here, it’s a 90-minute drive to reach the resort.  

 

Airport transfers 

Amanjiwo is a 90-minute drive from Yogyakarta International Airport (YIA). Amanjiwo’s dedicated concierge team can arrange VIP transfers upon request.

Flight duration to Yogyakarta

Direct flights into Yogyakarta International Airport (YIA)

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    Jakarta, Indonesia - 1hr 

  • Bali, Indonesia - 1hr 30min

  • Singapore - 2hr 15min 

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 2h 15min

Flight duration to Bali

Direct flights into Bali's Ngurah Rai International Airport (DPS)

  • Yogyakarta, Indonesia - 1hr 30min

  • Jakarta, Indonesia - 1hr 50min

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    Singapore - 2hr 30min 

     

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - 3hr

  • Perth, Australia - 3hr 40min

  • Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - 3hr 50min

  • Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam - 3hr 50min

  • Bangkok, Thailand - 4hr 30min

  • Bangkok, Thailand - 4hr 30min

  • Hong Kong, China - 5hr

  • Guangzhou, China - 5hr 15 min

  • Adelaide, Australia - 5hr 25min

  • Adelaide, Australia - 5hr 25min

  • Adelaide, Australia - 5hr 25min

  • Shanghai, China - 6hr 30min

  • Melbourne, Australia – 7hr

  • Sydney, Australia - 6hr 30min

  • Brisbane, Australia - 6hr 30min

  • New Delhi, India - 7hr

  • Bangalore, India - 7hr

  • Seoul, South Korea – 7hr

  • Tokyo, Japan – 7hr 30min

  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates – 9hr

  • Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - 9hr 10min

  • Auckland, New Zealand - 9hr 20min

  • Doha, Qatar – 9hr 30min

Flight duration to Jakarta

Direct flights into Jakarta's Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK)

  • Yogyakarta, Indonesia - 1hr 15min

  • Singapore – 1hr 45m 

  • Bali, Indonesia - 1hr 50min

  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia – 2hr

  • Bangkok, Thailand – 3hr 35min

  • Manila, Philippines - 4hr 10min

  • Hanoi, Vietnam - 4hr 20min

  • Colombo, Sri Lanka - 4hr 40min

  • Colombo, Sri Lanka - 4hr 40min

  • Guangzhou, China - 5hr

  • Shanghai, China - 6hr 30min

  • Shanghai, China - 6hr 30min

  • Tokyo, Japan - 7hr 50min

  • Tokyo, Japan - 7hr 50min

  • Tokyo, Japan - 7hr 50min

  • Muscat, Oman - 8hr 5min

  • Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates - 8hr 30min

  • Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - 10hr 10min

  • Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - 10hr 10min

  • Istanbul, Turkey - 11hr 30min

  • Amsterdam, Netherlands - 14hr

Journey Through Java by Train

Board the regal Kereta Api Wisata train from the lounge at Jakarta-Pasar Senen Station and embark on a seven-hour journey through spectacular scenery joined by Amanjiwo’s resident anthropologist, Patrick Vanhoebrouck, who will share insights into Javanese culture along the way. With meals on prepared by Aman, the experience begins from the moment guests set foot in their private carriage, and is followed by two nights at Amanjiwo with daily breakfast and activity of choice, be it trekking to Menoreh Hill or sunset martinis overlooking the rice paddies.

Travelling around Asia

Launch a multi-destination Aman journey in the region where it all began. With 18 resorts across 11 countries, it’s never been easier to linger for longer in Asia.

In Indonesia alone, there are four more exclusive hideaways to explore, including Amandari in the culture-rich Ubud highlands, Aman Villas at Nusa Dua on the island’s southernmost beach-ringed peninsula and Amankila on the quiet east coast. Meanwhile, Amanwana opens up a world of underwater adventure on a marine-rich island in the Flores Sea and two-masted Phinisi sailing yacht Amandira skippers sea-lovers through the Spice Islands, Raja Ampat and Komodo.  

 

Travel luggage free 

Allow Aman to organise your luggage to be shipped from any destination ahead of an upcoming stay. Specialist couriers take care of luggage as well as equipment collected from home, office or further afield.

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The Amanjiwo team is available to assist you with private charter reservations and enquiries. Please contact us for further details