Information for Participants


Faculty of Pharmacy Universitas Gadjah Mada

Sekip Utara, Yogyakarta 55281


Accommodation & Travel

We kindly ask you to arrange and book your travel to Yogyakarta individually. The closest airport to Universitas Gadjah Mada is Adisutjipto International Airport (JOG).

We will arrange an accommodation during your stay in Yogyakarta.

Don’t forget your own valid travel health insurance.


Visa Regulations

Please check whether you require a visa for travelling to Indonesia. You will receive an official invitation letter once you have made the payment.


A Side Note

General DO’s: 

  • Bring your student card, travel documents (flight tickets, passport, visas, itinerary, invitation letter) and copies of all important documents 
  • Bring your own universal travel adapter or travel adapter for Indonesia for your laptop and cellphone chargers
  • Bring your own health supplies (medication, hygiene supplies, vitamins) and copies of prescription if needed
  • Prepare your own umbrella and sun hat as we might have unpredictable rains and sunny days.
  • Pack necessary clothing and essential toiletries
  • The temperature in September is relatively warm (24˚C to 32˚C). Please refer to the following rules of dressing:
  • In classrooms the participants are allowed to wear smart-casual clothing which includes sleeved shirts, collared t-shirts, trousers, nice jeans (no holey jeans), skirts, and casual shoes
  • Please wear presentable clothes for attending the industry visits and B2P2TOOT (center for research and development of medicinal plants and traditional medicine)
  • Please do not wear revealing clothing (anything too short or above the knee, too low cut, too tight), sheer fabrics, t-shirt with inappropriate graphic image/words, sleeveless shirts, short pants, and flip-flops in classrooms and offices


General DON’Ts:

  • Do not display any affection publicly.
  • Do not hesitate to reject the merchants/ taxi drivers/ “becak” (pedicab) drivers trying to offer things to you; politely say “tidak” (no). If you want to buy things in traditional market or attraction sites, you can bargain to a half of the offered price.
  • Do not give money to beggars or homeless begging in public. The Indonesian government attempts to introduce a national ban on organized begging and those deemed to help them in any way.
  • Do not act impolite in sacred places.
  • Do not get offended when people ask you a personal question. It’s just the way they show friendliness and you don’t have to answer it.
  • Do not be angry if someone of the same sex holds your hands or walks arm to arm. It’s the Indonesian way of showing a friendly relationship.