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Depends! Immigration and Customs at Jakarta can be very slow (an hour in line is not uncommon), so I would recommend adding a generous amount of buffer. I would not risk an int'l-dom connection on separate tickets with less than three hours to spare. Terminal 2 is used by all international airlines (except Air Asia), and by Garuda domestic flights ...


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Go to Ubung bus terminal, catch a bus to Gilimanuk, cross by ferry to Banyuwangi (Ketapang), continue to Surabaya, take long-distance bus across Java to Jakarta. This will take at least 24 hours, much of it on bad roads with suicidal bus drivers hopped up on drugs. Most travel agencies can organize a through ticket for you, or you can try to find your own ...



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