• Deadline for Early Bird Registration : 1st March 2020
  • Deadline for Abstracts Submission : 1st March 2020
  • Deadline for Hotel Reservation : 1st April 2020
  • Opening Ceremony : 17th April 2020
  • Symposium : April, 17th – April 18th 2020
  • Workshop on sPCNL and Urethral Reconstruction : April, 15th – 16th 2020
  • Intensive Course on Prostate Cancer : 16th April 2020
  • Workshop on Urodynamics : 16th April 2020
  • Closing Ceremony : 18th April 2020

13th Malang Continuing Urology Education (MCUE) is raised topic of International Collaboration Toward Better Urological Service in Indonesia.


  • HARRIS Hotel & Conventions
    Jl. A. Yani Utara Riverside Blok C-1 Malang – 65126, East Java – Indonesia
  • Saiful Anwar General Hospital
    Jl. Jaksa Agung Suprapto 2, Malang – 65111, East Java – Indonesia

Department of Urology Saiful Anwar General Hospital Malang


Workshop on sPCNL and Urethral Reconstruction April, 15th – 16th 2020 Saiful Anwar General Hospital
Intensive Course on Prostate Cancer April, 16th 2020
Workshop on Urodynamics April, 16th 2020
Symposium April, 17th – 18th 2020 Santika Premiere Hotel Malang


The hottest month is October and November with average 24.3 C, while the coolest month is June with average 22.4 C.

The main form of curency is Rupiah (IDR).

C. Emergency Number in Indonesia
Police-General Emergencies Phone: +62 110/ +62 112
Ambulance and Rescue Phone: +62 118
Fire Phone: +62 113
Medical emergencies Phone: +62 119


1. Plane
Malang has an airport that is served by several domestic flights from cities in Indonesia primarily Jakarta. However, there is no direct international flight to Malang. Therefore, you may have to choose one of the following routes:
ROUTE I: Travelling from international airport of your home country to Jakarta – Connecting flight from Jakarta directly to Abdul Rachman Saleh airport in Malang.
Abdul Rachman Saleh airport in Malang is served by daily flights from Jakarta. Airline travels that operate daily flight from Jakarta to Abdul ranchman Saleh Airport Malang are listed below, for further detail please visit the website.
Sriwijaya Air, website: www.sriwijayaair.co.id
Citilink, website: www.citilink.co.id
Air Asia, website: www.airasia.com
Garuda Indonesia, website: www.garudaindonesia.com
ROUTE II: Traveling from international airport of your home country to Surabaya – Continue your journey by using public/private transportation from Surabaya to Malang.
Juanda Airport in Surabaya is served by several direct international flights from Seoul-South Korea, Tokyo-Japan, Kuala Lumpur-Malaysia and Bangkok-Thailand as well as domestic flights from major cities in Indonesia.
Direct international flights to Juanda Airport in Surabaya are listed below
• Garuda Indonesia: direct flight or transit in Jakarta, website: www.garuda-indonesia.com
• Air Asia : direct flight or transit in Jakarta, website: www.airasia.com
• Korean Air: transit in Jakarta, website: www.koreanair.com
• Singapore Air: direct flight, website: www.singaporeair.com
• China Airlines: direct flight, website: www.china-airlines.com

From Incheon Airport, Seoul, South Korea- Juanda Airport Surabaya, Indonesia:
• Garuda Indonesia: direct flight or transit in Jakarta, website: www.garuda-indonesia.com
• Air Asia : direct flight or transit in Jakarta, website: www.airasia.com
• Korean Air: transit in Jakarta, website: www.koreanair.com
• Singapore Air: direct flight, website: www.singaporeair.com
• China Airlines: direct flight, website: www.china-airlines.com

From Haneda Airport, Tokyo, Japan –Juanda Airport Surabaya, Indonesia:
• Garuda Indonesia : direct flight, website: www.garuda-indonesia.com
• Air Asia : direct flight, website: www.airasia.com
• Singapore Air: direct flight, website: www.singaporeair.com

From Kuala Lumpur Airport, Malaysia – Juanda Airport Surabaya, Indonesia:
• Garuda: direct flight, website: www.garuda-indonesia.com
• Air Asia: direct flight, website: www.airasia.com
• Tiger Air: direct flight, website: www.tigerair.com
• Lion Air: transit in Jakarta, website: www.lionair.co.id
• Jetstar: transit in Jakarta, website: www.jetstar.com

From Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok, Thailand – Juanda Airport Surabaya, Indonesia:
• Tiger Air : direct flight, website: www.tigerair.com
• Jetstar : direct flight, website: www.jetstar.com
• Air Asia: transit Singapore, transit Medan, website: www.airasia.com
• Singapore Air: direct flight, website: www.singaporeair.com
• Garuda Indonesia: direct flight, website: www.garuda-indonesia.com

From Soekarno-Hatta Airport Jakarta – Juanda Airport Surabaya:
• Citilink, website: www.citilink.co.id
• Sriwijaya Air, website: www.sriwijayaair.co.id
• Air Asia, website: www.airasia.com
• Lion Air, website: www.lionair.co.id
• Batik Air, website: www.batikair.com
• Garuda Indonesia, website: www.garuda-indonesia.com

When you arrive at Juanda Airport Surabaya, you may choose one of the following public transportation to continue your journey to Malang.

From Juanda Airport Surabaya – Malang
Several minibuses operated by travel agents are ready in the airport to serve passengers traveling to Malang from Juanda Airport in Surabaya. Travel agents operate airport minibuses may be checked in each website

2. Bus
For national delegates who like to travel by bus, there are frequent buses from cities in Java or within East Java province to Arjosari bus station. Inter-city buses ranging from economic air conditioned buses with frequent stops and PATAS air conditioned buses which stop in major cities only.

3. Train
For national delegates who like to travel by train, there are scheduled trains from major cities in Java (Jakarta, Cilegon, Jogjakarta, Purwokerto, Klaten, Solo, Madiun) to Malang train station. Inter-city trains with long-distance journey, offer business and executive class services

If you decide to go around, you can hire yourself a car or you can go by public transportation. Here are some transportation that yo choose to travel around Malang.
Taxi Service:
• Citra Taxi: (+62) 341-490555, (+62) 341- 404040
• Argo Taxi: (+62) 341-488888
• Taxi Bima (+62) 341 717171
• Mandala Taxi (+62) 341 474747

Motorcycle Service
Go-Jek and Grab motorcycle are popular application based transportations around Indonesia that can get you anywhere in no time with very affordable price. First you have to download the apllication at google play store or I store.

Shuttle Service
• Tirta Jaya Travel (0341) 366148
• Travel Maju Mapan (0341) 575758
• Travel malang juanda surabaya 0812-1627-2424
• Starindo Travel Malang 0812-3148-2151

Projector / LCD are available for plenary, symposia, and free paper session. If you need any additional, please inform the committee one month prior to the event.

English in the official of the conference and will be used for all printed material, presentation and discussion.

1. Kayutangan/Alun-Alun Malang
Kayutangan is Malang City’s main street, a complex of stores along Basuki Rahmad street, from the junction in front of State Electricity Building to the front of Kayutangan Catholic Church, a church built around 1930-1940 with flat roof and square building. Around 1960-1970, the street is the center of Malang’s activities, with various activities such as general business, offices, theatres, fashion, groceries, etc. Other landmarks around Kayutangan are alun-alun kota (city square), Masjid Jami Malang (grand mosque), and GPIB Immanuel Church.



2. Toko Oen
One of the iconic landmarks of Malang that is located in Kayutangan area is Toko “Oen”, dubbed as “A Colonial Landmark since 1930”. Built in netherland colonial era, Toko Oen maintains its old-style building and interior, and even the staff’s uniforms, it’s as if the people who come to the restaurant are taken to the nostalgic colonial era. As written in front of the building, one of the specialities of Toko Oen is the Ice Cream, which has original recipe with no preservatives



3. Jatim Park/Museum Satwa
Jatim Park 2 is a theme park in Batu city. Jatim Pak 2 has two main objects of tourism, Batu Secret Zoo, and Museum Satwa (animal museum). Batu Secret Zoo is claimed as First Modern Zoo in Indonesia. It has several areas with pretty diverse collection of animals. It has various primates, snakes, birds, mammals, with atmosphere like in their natural habitat. There are also various aquariums where various water animal are displayed beautifully.

Museum Satwa (Animal Museum)
In the Museum Satwa (Animal Museum), there are more than 80 dioramas of animals from all around the world, from Indonesia and abroad. The diorama gives a real depiction of the animal’s life in the natural habitat using real taxidermic animal. In the museum there is also a replica of dinosaur fossil made of fiberglass

4. Batu Night Spectacular
Batu Night Spectacular is a theme park with various interesting rides, from the fun ride, scary rides, to the adrenaline-pumping rides. As the name may suggest, the theme park features the beauty of night tourism in Batu, with fresh air of mountain area. You will be amazed by beautiful light shows in Batu Night Spectacular.




5. Batu Apple Tour
Apple is the icon of Batu city, Batu Apple is famous in the country and abroad. That is why, in Batu, you can also enjoy apple agro tourism, such as apple picking, and there is also other fruits such as strawberry picking, oranges, and vegetables. Tourist can also choose various flowers. Apple picking tour right on the apple field can be found in Punten Village, Bumiaji Village, Sidomulyo and sorrounding areas. Or, if you want to get the nearest, there is also in Kusuma Agro Tourism area


6. Selecta
Selecta recreation park is located in Tulungrejo village, Batu city, East Java, sorrounded by Arjuno, Welirang and Anjasmoro mountain, it can be reached one hour from Malang. It was on 1.150 m above sea level, with temperature of 15° C – 25° C and water temperature around 18° C.
Selecta was built by a Netherland man named Ruyter de Wildt on 1930 as a place of tourism and rest for Dutchman while in Indonesia, as the name, Selecta from the word ‘selectie’ or ‘to select’. And in the end, Selecta become a monumental work of a tourism object combining beauty and freshness of natural mountain area, which also become the pioneer of tourism in East Java. Nowadays, Selecta is not only consists of swimming pool with fresh and clear mountain water, but also a wide and beautiful flower garden

7. Coban Rondo Waterfalls
Coban Rondo Waterfalls is 84 meters high, located 1135 meters above sea level, in Pandesari village, Pujon District, Malang Regency. The water is from Cemoro Dudo spring. The tourism object was built on 1980 and is a part of Forest Management Unit, Forest Department Malang




8. Lawang Tea Plantation
Wonosari Tea Plantation, located in Toyomarto, Singosari District, Malang Regency, was opened on 1875 oleh NV. Cultuur Maatschappy. The plantation is 1.144,31 hectares. 90% of the tea product of Wonosari is exported abroad, and the rest 10% is sold for domestic market. Wonosari tea plant has the duty to process tea through five steps: accepting tea shoots; withering process; grinding process; fermentation; drying; sorting; packing, and delivering.


9. Purwodadi Botanical Garden
Purwodadi Botanical garden is a branch of Bogor botanical Garden that is managed by LIPI (Indonesian Scientific Institution). In this area visitor can see various collections of scare and dry plant. Beside as a place for recreation, this Botanical Garden is also used for various researches on botany.



10. Bromo
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park has a natural tourism object that has been famous and become one of the main tourism object in East Java, either for domestic or foreign tourists. Bromo has many interesting tourism object such as sea of sands, savanna hills, lava well, Mahameru Peak, Madakaripura Waterfalls, etc. Bromo-Semeru National Park is the only conservation area in Indonesia with uniqueness of 5.250 hectare of sea of sands, located 2392 m above sea level


Malang Tourism Information
• Malang City Tourist Office
Jl Tugu 1, Malang. Phone +62 341 327661
• Malang Tourism Center
Jl Jenderal Basuki Rachmad 11, Malang. Phone +62 341 7570999
• Bromo Tourism Center
Jl Panglima Sudirman 92, Malang. Phone +62 8564 910 0851
• Malang Visitor Center
Jl Husni Thamrin 6A, Malang. Phone +62 341 3031997
• East Java Tourist Office
Jl Jenderal Basuki Rachmat 6, Malang. Phone +62 341 323966
• Indonesian Guides Asscociation
Jl Semeru 4 Malang. Phone +62 341 366852

General Visa Requirement

(Updated on Mar 2nd, 2016)

Passport must be valid for at least 6 months from the date of arrival and have valid return ticket. Starting March 2016, Indonesian government provides free visa for 169 countries.

Free Visa

Visitor holding passport from the following 169 countries are eligible for VISA EXEMPTION to INDONESIA for TOURISM PURPOSE only.
(source www.imigrasi.go.id/visa-exemption-for-tourism-only)

1. Albania
2. Algeria
3. Andorra
4. Angola
5. Antigua and Barbuda
6. Argentina
7. Armenia
8. Australia
9. Austria
10. Azerbaijan
11. Bahamas
12. Bahrain
13. Bangladesh
14. Barbados
15. Belarus
16. Belgium
17. Belize
18. Benin
19. Bhutan
20. Bolivia
21. Bosnia and Herzegovina
22. Botswana
23. Brazil
24. Brunei Darussalam
25. Bulgaria
26. Burkina Faso
27. Burundi
28. Cambodia
29. Canada
30. Cape Verde
31. Chad
32. Chile
33. China
34. Czech Republic
35. Comoros
36. Costa Rica
37. Croatia
38. Cuba
39. Cyprus
40. Denmark
41. Commonwealth of Dominica
42. Dominican Republic
43. East Timor
44. Ecuador
45. Egypt
46. El Salvador
47. Estonia
48. Fiji
49. Finland
50. France
51. Gabon
52. Gambia
53. Georgia
54. Germany
55. Ghana
56. Greece
57. Grenada
58. Guatemala
59. Guyana
60. Haiti
61. Holy See (Vatican City)
62. Honduras
63. Hong Kong (SAR of China)
64. Hungary
65. Iceland
66. India
67. Ireland
68. Italy
69. Ivory Coast
70. Jamaica
71. Japan
72. Jordan
73. Kazakhstan
74. Kenya
75. Kiribati
76. Republic of Korea
77. Kuwait
78. Kyrgyzstan
79. Laos
80. Latvia
81. Lebanon
82. Lesotho
83. Liechtenstein
84. Lithuania
85. Luxembourg
86. Macao (SAR of China)
87. Macedonia
88. Madagascar
89. Maldives
90. Malawi
91. Malaysia
92. Mali
93. Malta
94. Marshall Islands
95. Mauritania
96. Mauritius
97. Mexico
98. Moldova
99. Monaco
100. Mongolia
101. Morocco
102. Mozambique
103. Myanmar
104. Namibia
105. Nauru
106. Nepal
107. New Zealand
108. Netherlands
109. Nicaragua
110. Norway
111. Oman
112. Palau
113. Palestine
114. Panama
115. Papua New Guinea
116. Paraguay
117. Peru
118. Philippines
119. Poland
120. Portugal
121. Puerto Rico
122. Qatar
123. Romania
124. Russia
125. Rwanda
126. Saint Kitts and Nevis
127. Saint Lucia
128. Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
129. Samoa
130. San Marino
131. Sao Tome and Principe
132. Saudi Arabia
133. Senegal
134. Serbia
135. Seychelles
136. Singapore
137. Slovakia
138. Slovenia
139. Solomon Islands
140. South Africa
141. Spain
142. Sri Lanka
143. Suriname
144. Swaziland
145. Sweden
146. Switzerland
147. Taiwan
148. Tajikistan
149. Tanzania
150. Thailand
151. Togo
152. Tonga
153. Trinidad and Tobago
154. Tunisia
155. Turkey
156. Turkmenistan
157. Tuvalu
158. Uganda
159. Ukraine
160. United Kingdom
161. United States of America
162. United Arab Emirates
163. Uruguay
164. Uzbekistan
165. Vanuatu
166. Venezuela
167. Vietnam
168. Zambia
169. Zimbabwe