The price of train ticket from Bandung to Jakarta starts from Rp.80.000. You can choose other price option based on the facilities and type of class that you prefer.
If you are going from Bandung to Jakarta, you can stop at Gambir Station.
Averagely, it will take around three hours to go from Bandung to Jakarta.
Yes, priority train for Bandung Jakarta route is available, you can find it merged with KA Argo Parahyangan.
Averagely, there are 34 train trips per day depart from Bandung to Jakarta.
For Bandung people, Jakarta is the nearest city that offers many tourist destinations to visit, ranging from business to recreation activity. Bandung residents usually visit Jakarta for business or spending leisure time on the weekend. A striking modern atmosphere with dozens of luxury malls is also one of the main reasons why Jakarta always interesting for tourists.
A short distance between Bandung and Jakarta allows you to travel by train for 3-3.5 hours from Bandung to Jakarta. You can buy online tickets via Traveloka. The ticket is very affordable as the ticket price starts at Rp80,000.000 per person.
|Train Name||Class||Price||Departure Time||Arrival Time||Duration|
|Argo Parahyangan||Economy||Rp80.000||05:00||08:15||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp110.000||05:00||08:15||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp115.000||05:00||08:15||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp120.000||05:00||08:15||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp135.000||05:00||08:15||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Economy||Rp80.000||06:30||09:45||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp110.000||06:30||09:45||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp115.000||06:30||09:45||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp80.000||06:30||09:45||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp135.000||06:30||09:45||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp110.000||08:35||11:50||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp120.000||08:35||11:50||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp135.000||08:35||11:50||3h 15m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Economy||Rp80.000||11:35||14:57||3h 22m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp110.000||11:35||14:57||3h 22m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp115.000||11:35||14:57||3h 22m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp120.000||11:35||14:57||3h 22m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp135.000||11:35||14:57||3h 22m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Economy||Rp80.000||14:45||18:03||3h 18m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp110.000||14:45||18:03||3h 18m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp115.000||14:45||18:03||3h 18m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp120.000||14:45||18:03||3h 18m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp135.000||14:45||18:03||3h 18m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Economy||Rp80.000||16:10||19:27||3h 17m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp110.000||16:10||19:27||3h 17m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp115.000||16:10||19:27||3h 17m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp120.000||16:10||19:27||3h 17m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp135.000||16:10||19:27||3h 17m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Economy||Rp80.000||19:40||22:56||3h 16m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp110.000||19:40||22:56||3h 16m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp115.000||19:40||22:56||3h 16m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp120.000||19:40||22:56||3h 16m|
|Argo Parahyangan||Executive||Rp135.000||19:40||22:56||3h 16m|
Bandung City Station is better known as Station Hall. It is located on the border of Pasirkaliki and Kebonjeruk area. This station has two entrances, namely the South Gate on East Station Road no. 1 and the North Gate at Kebon Kawung Street no. 43. The station is very accessible because it is integrated with a public transportation terminal. Bandung station is one of the oldest stations in Indonesia. The station was established in 1884 and holds a long history of the Dutch colonial era. The design of the building is so unique as it adapted the classic style of the typical European art deco. In the South Gate, there is an old locomotive monument that becomes the station's icon and is a favorite photo spot for tourists.
Gambir station is the largest station in Jakarta. This station became the center of public transportation as well as one of the capital city icons. It is located at Medan Merdeka Timur Street no. 1, Gambir, Central Jakarta, DKI Jakarta, 10110, which is located on the east side of the National Monument.
It has a strategic location and can be easily accessed by any transportation including cars, taxi, public bus, and Transjakarta Bus Corridor 2.A 100-years-old Gambir Station still stands majestic and well maintained. The station has become more modern as it is equipped with a variety of restaurants, cafes, and mini market. Gambir Station has also implemented a check-in and boarding pass system like the one we find in the airport. WiFi connection is also available for free in the passenger lounge.
As the capital city of the country, Jakarta has a complete and more diverse tourist destinations. Here are some interesting places that are worth to visit.
This statue is a symbol of Indonesian struggle during the colonial era. It stands firmly in the middle of the city, with a gold-plated flame crown on its top. With a height of 132 meters, Monas offers a splendid view of the capital city from the top. You can take the elevator to the top and see the view of Jakarta City using binoculars.
At the ground floor, exactly as deep as 3 meters below the ground, there is a National History Museum. In the museum, the tourists can see dozens of dioramas that tell the story of the national movement to gain independence.The good news is, Monas is located on the opposite side of Gambir Station. After arriving at the station, you can immediately walk to Monas through a special road that connects the station with Monas.
As the capital city of Indonesia, Jakarta is also the center of Indonesian history. One of the city's historical centers is located in Kota Tua region. The area is 1.3 square kilometers wide and covers the North Jakarta and West Jakarta region. Kota Tua offers some historical sites, ranging from museums, offices, to a heritage of Dutch colonial ports.
Some of the iconic historical sites of this region are the Jakarta History Museum (Museum Fatahillah), Museum Bank Indonesia, Jakarta Kota Station, Glodok Chinatown, Toko Merah, and Jembatan Kota Intan. You can take a tour around the area by foot or by renting a bicycle.Kota Tua is also near to Gambir Station. You can reach it by taking Transjakarta Bus from Halte Gambir 1 to Kota Tua, with a one-time transit at Halte Harmony.