Yogyakarta (Jogja) backpacker's guide

MAIN POST OFFICE (Kantor Pos Besar)

Kantor Pos Besar:

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Becak across the office:

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Inside:

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HISTORY:

Post Office developed since the Dutch government about the 1800s. This building originally called Post en telegraafkantoor. Previously, the building still functions as a post office  under the name of Post Office Yogyakarta.

DESCRIPTION:

The building is dealing with north, horseshoe-shaped building plans. Style shown in this building is the architecture Indies, which contain of two floors.

WHERE IS IT?

LOCATION:
Address: Jl Senopati No 2 Ngupasan Yogyakarta

MAP:

HOW TO GET TO THE BUILDING?

PUBLIC TRANSPORT:
There is a cheap public transport to get there. Trans Jogja Bus. Ticket only IDR 4,000. First, you must go to halte bus/bus stop/shelter of Trans Jogja. Then, you must reach to Beteng Vredeburg halte (SO 1 Maret halte) or Main Post Office halte (halte Kantor Pos Besar), and then take a walk to the building. Ask to the operator if you still confused.
Operator will glad to give information. :-)

From Adi Sutjipto Airport :
please take Route 1A – Stop in Beteng Vredeburg Shelter
Then, take a walk to the Post office
From Tugu Railway Station :
please take Route 1A or 2A – Stop in Beteng Vredeburg Shelter
or you can take a walk.
From Giwangan Bus Station :
please take Route 3B – Stop in Pojok Beteng Wetan Shelter, then please take Route 2B – Stop in Kantor Pos Besar Shelter
From Jombor Bus Station :
please take Route 2A – Stop in Beteng Vredeburg Shelter
Then, take a walk to the Post office

In the night:

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WIDE SQUARE OF BUILDING:
1121.45 m2

OPEN HOURS:
Everyday
9.00 A.M – 3.00 P.M

MOBILE PHONE SIGNAL:
There are strong signal for your cell phone.

OFFICIAL WEBSITE:
http://www.posindonesia.co.id/

SERVICE:
Mail, Cargo etc

Post girl:

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4 thoughts on “MAIN POST OFFICE (Kantor Pos Besar)

    1. kunzyogya Post author

      Today i already check it at Yogyakarta Main post office.
      The stamp for a postcard from Indonesia to Malaysia: Rp10k.

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