Bastianos Lembeh Diving Resort

Address: Lembeh Island, Bitung, Sulawesi, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Lembeh Island, Bitung, is near Gili Islands, Mount Rinjani, Mayura Water Palace, and Tanjung Luar.
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    Travel Blogs from Bitung

    Bitung, Indonesia

    A travel blog entry by sally2015 on Mar 06, 2015

    9 photos

    ... When we arrived back at the port there were hundreds of people there lining the dockside to see the boat set sail, singing, dancing and waving, it was very humbling. My commentary doesn't do it justice by any means, big time cruisers said they have never seen anything like it before, it really was very special and most people had a tear in their eye as we sailed away. We arrive in Borneo ...

    Bitung, Celebes

    A travel blog entry by margeric on Feb 28, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... the gangway this time - to be greeted by children everywhere in school uniforms who had come to look at the ship. Everyone was very friendly and wanted to do a high five. It is very hot and humid today so we managed to get a taxi driver to understand that we would like a tour of the town. It is a very poor place with no shops to talk of except a sizeable supermarket and market clothing stalls The capital city is Monado a two ...

    My Mate Primate

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Oct 15, 2014

    2 comments, 62 photos

    ... just sat in the canopy of the jungle. Next up was a bright green and highly poisonous pit viper fast asleep in a small bush totally camouflaged digesting a huge meal which we really hoped was a rat and not a tarsier! Finally our guide led us to the main attraction the huge pack of beautiful Macaques just walking through the forest. We were a little uneasy at first but our guide encouraged us to just walk amongst them. They are so used to ...

    A Volcano and the Expats

    A travel blog entry by jpon on Jun 29, 2013

    39 photos

    ... that the island of Java is so compartmentalized that people there do not even identify as Javanese. They both agreed that an ideological reason was at the root of Transmigration policy, however, and that it fit in with the two-children-is-enough policy that Suharto fostered during his 32 year tenure as president of Indonesia. John and Mika went on to explain how they viewed the conflicts in Jakarta, Pontianak, and Ambon, amongst others after Suharto fell in 1998, ...

    Frustrating Saturday, but a Beautiful Place

    A travel blog entry by jpon on Jun 23, 2013

    52 photos

    ... sounds like juvenile complaints, but since we had already discussed the expectations the night before, I just couldn’t understand how he thought that his only task was to take us 1.5 hours from the hotel and sit there.

    Long story short – I formulated a plan and told Jackson we would go eat somewhere, then continue somewhere that we could see the tarsius. He ended up driving us all the way to Bitung, and as it happened, to his ...