de Daunan Home and Garden Guest House

Address: Jl. Trunojoyo 2, Junrejo, Malang, Java, 65141, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jl. Trunojoyo 2, Junrejo, Malang.
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    Travel Blogs from Malang

    Marvellous Mt Bromo

    A travel blog entry by sowhatnext on Jan 24, 2015

    7 photos

    ... at the top just admiring the views, but as we started to climb down it started to rain (as it always does in the afternoon) so what better way to avoid getting wet than to jump on the back on motorbikes and speed back to the hotel. It was so much fun!

    We were all tucked up in bed by 9.30pm, as the following morning it was rise and shine at 3am to watch the sunrise over Mt Bromo.

    Getting up at 3am ...

    Memorials to Monkeys

    A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 19, 2014

    40 photos

    ... their nest and in fairly good view despite being far away. The baby was so cute as it clearly wasn't tired and just wanted to play. So climbing all over mom and swinging in branches close by he was fun to watch. Mom obviously wasn't super comfortable so started breaking more branches to pad her nest with and seeing the little one try to help was hilarious. At one point I swear he was playing peak-a-boo with a large leaf. After awhile I guess she decided it was time to ...

    Sumatra; remote, evergreen island

    A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Apr 24, 2014

    16 photos

    ... one class lower. Difference was the absence of a toilet. That was fine by me, because (bus)toilets only smell bad and I highly control my water intake during long trips, drinking only enough not to get dehydrated. Although it was almost the most luxurious bus you can get here, in our country it would probably be classified as an old bus from the 90's. But it had padded and reclining seats, so what else could you wish for. So I toughened up, expecting the worst and got ...

    Elephant Mahout

    A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Feb 11, 2014

    49 photos

    ... the palm oil trees as it will have a massive effect on the orangutans, and no orangutans means no tourism. What is also interesting is that they haven to burn down the palm oil trees every 25 years and replant and a few years back the Malaysians complained that huge amounts of smoke were drifting across the sea from Indonesia, however the man who has just bought a 30 year lease on the palm oil trees around Bukit Lawang is a Malaysian. It's a crazy world.
    However ...

    Amazing, Amazing, Amazing!

    A travel blog entry by valriley on Jan 17, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... a bunch of bananas. We were just a few feet away from them and had the most amazing view, they were so calm and beautiful it brought tears to my eyes. Another mother and baby came at the back of us and stayed around for 10 minutes or so. We moved on up and down through the jungle which was really quite tough going as it was very wet and slippery and we were fortunate to come across a big male Orangutan that happily sat on his branch whilst we took photos. Further ...