Updated information for travel (6/14/2017)
Bandung International Airport accepts international flights from Singapore and Kuala Lumpur (particularly with Air Asia) or domestic flights from Denpasar (Citilink, Air Asia, Lions Air, etc.). Domestic flight tickets are between AUD 70 and 140 (unfortunately, there is no direct flight from Jakarta to Bandung). Here is a list of the available direct (non-stop) flight schedules:
- Domestic: Denpasar (Bali) to Bandung: 07.05 (Air Asia), 8.00 (Citilink), 13.20 (Garuda), 15.40 (Lion Air) 20.00 (Lion Air)
- International: Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia) to Bandung: 6.45 (Air Asia), 8.10 (Malindo), 12.10 (Malindo), 17.55 (Air Asia)
- International: Singapore to Bandung: 12.00 (Air Asia)
Otherwise, you can go to Bandung from Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta by shuttle with a variety of options (Cititrans, X-Trans, Cipaganti Travel or Primajasa Travel). The price range for these shuttle buses are from AUD 10 to 20, with an estimated time between 3-4 hours (depending on the traffic). Soekarno-Hatta International Airport welcomes flights from Australia (Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane), or you could spend times in Bali and fly to Bandung from Bali’s Ngurah Rai International Airport in Denpasar. Ask your travel agents or airline websites for more information.
Book your flights early!
We have tried our best to set the conference dates before the peak season (low and shoulder), but the ticket price can soar closer to the end-of-year holiday.
There are several hotels and accommodations around ITB campus (walking distance and further), with prices ranging between AUD 30 – 90. Here are some that we recommend:
- Scarlet Dago Hotel (2-star)
- Tune Hotel (3-star)
- House Sangkuriang (3-star)
- Patra Jasa Bandung Hotel (3-star)
- Geulis Boutique Hotel
- Beehive Boutique Hotel
Further walking distance/taxi: