Achmad Yani International Airport (SRG) is located in Semarang, Central Java, Indonesia. The airport serves both domestic and international flights to and from several countries, including Malaysia, Singapore, and Saudi Arabia.
In terms of tourism, Semarang is known for its cultural heritage sites, including the iconic Sam Poo Kong temple, a historic Chinese temple built in the 15th century, and the Lawang Sewu building, a Dutch colonial-era structure that served as the headquarters of the Dutch East Indies Railway Company. Semarang also offers a variety of culinary experiences, with its signature dish being “lumpia,” a type of Indonesian spring roll filled with bamboo shoots, chicken, and shrimp. Other popular attractions in the area include the Old City area, the Great Mosque of Central Java, and the famous Ambarawa Railway Museum.