Grand Hotel Soya

Ambon, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Ambon

Ambon - the gateway to the Banda Islands

A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Sep 11, 2014

18 photos

... 8216;holes’ where grates once lived which if you fell in would not end well. Surprisingly it didn’t smell but there were definitely ‘hot spots’ of stench, we just held out breathe and walked a little faster.

Despite how dirty the place was we started to enjoy it on the second day once we did some walking around, got to know the city and realised how friendly the locals are. We were basically the only white people in the entire place ...

Manager style

A travel blog entry by ccmurray on May 02, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... because TJ loves music and apparently if there is a good singer in Indonesia, then they are from Ambon. --Nothing like a mass stereotype to start the trip.
Luckily, the overcast skies cleared as the morning went on. We arrived at a beach that was quite crowded, because of course it was a national holiday --I told you they are constant-- this was the first ever labor day in Indonesia. It was fun though because lots of local kids (in what I assume was a type of daycare) ...

Wasn't planning on coming back here again.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Apr 07, 2014

2 photos

... decided that i would take the ferry back to Ambon on the 7th and then get a flight elsewhere from there, so after three nights on Palau Ai took the local boat back to Bandaneira and caught the Kelimutu back to Ambon. This time it left at 7am and arrived in Ambon at 7pm. Checked into the Royal Hotel this time not far from the port which was much nicer than the Asri but more expensive at Rp175,000 for a twin ...

Back for just 1 night.

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Mar 25, 2014

5 photos

Left the guest house at 12noon and went to catch a bemo to Ume Putih only to be told that there weren't any running there. Sceptical about this i waited for half an hour or so then decided maybe they were telling the truth so paid Rp25,000 for an ojek to take me there instead. The ferry did indeed leave at 3pm as planned and there were even three other travellers on board (two of whom were also heading to the Bandas the next day). Rather than the 2hrs it took ...

Full circle

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia on Feb 15, 2014

2 comments, 78 photos

... white sand, beautiful palm-lined beaches, rustic bamboo huts and fascinating jungle and wildlife. For some time it has been the 'in' destination for wealthy scuba enthusiast, as the only accommodation was upmarket dive resorts usually run by westerners, but that's all changed as local Papuans have realized they can run resorts too, and many families have created 'homestays' where they live and ...