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Serang Bus Tickets

Serang, the capital of Banten, is the heart of the region’s provincial government and a gateway to natural wonders unlike any other. It was once the seat of the powerful Islamic Banten Sultanate; even today, relics of its legendary past exist in the Old Banten Complex. Serang is around 90 kilometres (55.9 miles) away from Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. You can travel by bus to Serang or by train or a rented car. Serang bus tickets from the country’s top bus operators are available on redBus.

Important Locations to Visit

  • Masjid Agung Banten: Also known as the Great Mosque of Banten, Masjid Agung is a 16th-century mosque that represents the few relics of Banten’s erstwhile glory. The remains still display the Javanese style of architecture considered eclectic in those times. The minaret is a recognizable landmark, featuring a mix of Indian-Mughal designs and Candi fixtures.
  • Old Banten: The Old Banten Complex hosts the remains of Serang during the time of the Islamic Banten Sultanate. The walls of the fort are well-preserved, and the surrounding areas are worth a walk-about. You might not find a tour guide in the area, so it is recommended that you read up on the history of the site before visiting so you can enjoy its full potential.
  • Karangantu Harbour: Once a bustling crossing to and from the rest of the world, today the Karangantu Harbour is a sleepy port with fishing boats bobbing about. If you head to the Port of Karangantu, you might be able to board a tourist fishing boat that takes a two-hour journey on the water, showing you the sights and sounds of Serang.
  • Kaibon Palace: This historical relic is a window to Banten’s glorious past. Despite being hit by earthquakes, the structure is still relatively stable and packs quite a punch in terms of history. You might or might not find a tour guide here, so it is always best practice to read up on the history of the place before you head there. This way, you know exactly what you are looking at and can have a more enriched experience.
  • Vihara Avalokitesvara: This Buddhist temple is home to one of Southeast Asia’s tallest statues dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy. The brass statue is said to be 61 feet (16.8 metres) tall and coated in gold of 22-carat value. The grounds of the temple feature delicate Chinese motifs and religious deities as well as a massive dragon fruit plantation.

Boarding Points in Serang

Here is a list of popular boarding points in Serang. To pick the most convenient location of boarding for your bus from Serang, please select the option from the dropdown when entering your departure point.

  • Serang Rani
  • Terminal Pakupatan Luar
  • Serang Anis
  • Spbu Kragilan Serang
  • Ciruas
  • Ciujung
  • Gorda Cikande
  • Cikande
  • Terminal Pakupatan Serang
  • Jl. Raya Jkt-merak
  • Terminal Pakupatan

Dropping Points in Serang

If you are visiting this Indonesian city on board a bus to Serang, you will be able to alight at one of the following drop-off points:

  • Terminal Pakupatan Serang
  • Jl. Raya Jkt-merak
  • Terminal Pakupatan
  • Gorda Cikande
  • Serang Barat
  • Taman
  • Ciruas
  • Ciujung

Important Routes to and From Serang

When you book Serang bus tickets, you will be able to choose from a variety of routes servicing Serang as well as neighbouring Indonesian cities and towns. Please note that your choice of routes will differ from operator to operator. Therefore, if you don’t find your preferred route under an operator name, it is likely they don’t service that route on the chosen date or at all. Here are some popular routes that you can traverse on board a bus to Serang:

  • Ponorogo to Serang
  • Madiun to Serang
  • Blitar to Serang
  • Salatiga to Serang
  • Yogyakarta (Jogja) to Serang
  • Boyolali to Serang
  • Gresik to Serang
  • Rembang to Serang

Here is a list of routes that you can cover onboard a bus from Serang:

  • Serang to Kebumen
  • Serang to Purworejo
  • Serang to Solo
  • Serang to Banyumas
  • Serang to Semarang
  • Serang to Merak
  • Serang to Kartasura
  • Serang to Prembun
  • Serang to Jombor
  • Serang to Bukittinggi

With redBus, it is convenient to make a reservation on a bus to Serang or a bus from Serang. The bus booking platform has a wide variety of bus operators in their repository, making it easy to find the bus that’s most convenient for you. You can pick the most suitable boarding and drop-off points; you can also filter through bus options based on budget, amenities and bus types using the "Filters" option.

In time for your next trip to or from Serang, book with redBus for a hassle-free experience.

Serang Online Bus Ticket Booking

The buses plying in Serang can be opted as a travel option by many. Booking bus tickets online in Serang is easy, fast and can be booked securely on redbus.com.

FAQs

Q: Do I need an account on redBus.com website to book a bus ticket online?
A: No, you do not need to make an account with redBus to book a ticket. However, we recommend that you create an account on redBus so that you can book a bus ticket next time even faster. In addition to this, you can also avail redBus discounts and offers on bus tickets by creating an account.
Q: What is an M-Ticket?
A: An M-ticket is an SMS that is sent to your registered mobile number after you successfully book a bus ticket online with redBus. This M-ticket can be the virtual replacement of your printed bus ticket. The M-ticket includes your bus ticket details such as bus timing, pick-up and drop-off locations, vehicle number, PNR etc. An M-ticket is an eco-friendly step by redBus to reduce the number of paper tickets and ensure passengers’ safety from any communicable disease.
Q: Is it safe to use my credit card or debit card for payment while booking a ticket to and from Serang?
A: Yes, you have nothing to worry about paying for tickets through debit card or card with redBus. reBus has taken care of all the safety measures when it comes to payment gateways. redBus website is completely secure, and with 180 million satisfied customers, there has never been an issue with card payments.
Q: How do I get in touch with the customer care department of redBus.com?
A: There are different customer care contact numbers for different countries. You can just go to the redBus website, choose the country you would like to book bus tickets for, and see the customer care number at the top. Also, you can simply drop an email to the redBus support on the given email address.
Q: How do I book my bus tickets at Serang?
A: You can book a bus ticket to Serang simply by visiting the redBus website, selecting the country, and filling up the details of your source and destination cities. redBus website is user-friendly, and with the help of easy-to-follow steps, you can book bus tickets to Serang within a few minutes.
Q: Where would be my pick-up point?
A: You can check the details of your pick-up and drop-off points on your ticket. The details of your pick-up location would be sent to you via M-ticket. Also, while looking for bus tickets on redBus.com, your pick-up and drop-off locations are mentioned below the schedule.