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The best maps for Java and Bali are published by Nelles and Periplus. The scale of 1:650,000 or 1:180,000 are recommended. Nelles and Periplus have also several useful street plans. All maps are widely available in Indonesia and abroad and also some specific maps for areas and towns are available in local shops. If you have some specific question or request write to use - webmaster@info-indo.com

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By Air 

Air transport is the easiest and most comfortable means of travel in Indonesia. Air services are available to all provincial and district capitals and other remote areas operated by Garuda Indonesia, Merpati Nusantara, Sempati Air, Bouraq and Mandala Airlines.

By Sea

With the purchase of new passenger transport vessels, PELNI, the state-owned shipping company, now has six modern ships serving all main ports from Banda Aceh in the westernmost tip of the country to Sorong in Irian Jaya in the East. Built to accommodate 1000 to 1500 passengers in four classes.

By Rail

Train service is only available through out Java and parts of Sumatra around Padang, West Sumatra, Medan in North Sumatra, South Sumatra and Lampung. Several trains run between Jakarta and Surabaya.

By Bus

Bus services are available and the best known are those serving the Bali - Banda Aceh route, traveling night and day. Many are air-conditioned and have reclining seats as well as TV with video programs. There are numerous bus services between major cities in Java and also limousines, which provide door-to- door service.


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