Asean International Hotel Medan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAsean International Hotel Medan
Although it is near business area however the hotel is a bit rundown and smell of old carpet. Will not stay here again.
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We arrived at Singapore airport with plenty of time (this time Tom and his new barnet passing immigration with ease) and so after check-in went in search of food. Enjoying our Subway we thought we had loads of time until boarding- imagine our horror when we saw the board said 'last call' for our flight! There wasn't even a first call, let alone a final call. We went running through the terminal to find our gate which just happened to be the furthest one away. ...
... 12 hours regardless of the amount of kilometres that one covers, we arrived in Malang. Ben, the Canadian, informed us that he had met a Canadian man, named Earl who married an Indonesian lady named Lusi on the island Lombok and that the couple live in Malang. Ben did not manage to contact them the first night so he stayed in the same hotel as us. The next morning he managed to get hold of Earl and Lusi and they came to pick him up. Upon arrival Earl immediately said that we ...
... as a free taxi service. Ricky pointed out some Thomas Leaf monkeys, as well as the 'Punky Monkey', known for his punk rocker mohican. As you can see in my pictures... they do master the 70s rocker look! We then headed deeper into the trees to discover a family of four Orang-Utans! We could not believe our luck... most groups are lucky enough to even spot just one! The 'orang hutan' ('man of the forest'), really does resemble a human close up! Except an extremely furry ...
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... And by jumped, I mean squeezed the two of us, our two huge rucksacks and various hand luggage bags into the tiny one-seater vehicle. The bags were on top of us, I was half sat on Tom, and one of my legs was hanging outside of the becak, to the mercy of the rest of the traffic! We made the 20 minute journey to the local Yuki Plaza with all of our limbs intact, paid the extortionate price for the ride, and headed to the hotel recommended in our lonely planet ...