From within Indonesia, there are several airlines that serve the domestic markets: Garuda, Merpati, Sempati, and Bouraq. If you prefer the romance of the ocean, passenger ships connect several cities in Indonesia, including Jakarta. From Medan, for example, you can take the Kambuna; it stops in Jakarta on its way to Surabaya and to Ujung Pandang.
Or if you prefer to reach Jakarta by land, you can easily do it from
Sumatera or from Java and Bali. From Medan, North Sumatera, for example, you
can take either Karona, Liberty, or other buses, and it'll take you about three
days to reach Jakarta. On the road, you will see a lot of Sumatera. Similarly
with Java; you can take a Lorena or Karina bus to travel to Jakarta from Bali,
from Surabaya, and from many other cities in Java. From some cities in Java,
you can travel to Jakarta by train. You can take the Parahyangan from/to
Bandung, the Bima from/to Surabaya, and the Senja from/to Yogyakarta, and all
the cities in between.
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