Yogyakarta Flights GuideYogyakarta is a city on Java Island in Indonesia. Some of Yogyakarta's main attractions are Kraton, Kota Gede, Affandi Museum, Taman sari, Pasar Beringharjo, Sono-Budoyo Museum, Museum Kareta Kraton, Pasar Pasty, Timang Beach, Kalibiru National Park, Gumuk Pasir Parangkusumo, Luweng Sampang, Goa Pindul, Jomblang Cave, Prambanan Temple, Umbul Ponggok, Langse Cave, Mangunan Fruit Gardens, Sri Gethuk Waterfall, and Rencang Kencono Cave.
Java is an hour from Yogyakarta. Semarang is 2.5 hours from Yogyakarta. You can catch a nonstop flight from Yogyakarta to Jakarta, Surabaya, Denpasar, Lombok, Bandung, Pekanbaru, Batam, Medan (North Sumatra), and Palembang (South Sumatra). You can also take the train from Yogyakarta to Surabaya, Bandung, and Malang.
Yogyakarta has a tropical wet and dry climate. Yogyakarta is hot year round with average highs in the mid to high 80s. June to September are the driest months with August receiving the least rain. Monsoon season is from November to March, bringing not only rain but also punishingly high humidity. April, May, and October still get a good amount of rain but not nearly as much as during the monsoon season. Humidity is high year round.The best time to go is from July to September during the dry season when the humidity is at its lowest.
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