Grand Swiss-Belhotel Medan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Swiss-Belhotel Medan
Located next to Cambridge Shopping Centre, which makes it very convenient. The room that I stayed was quite spacious with city view. Service wise also good, quite fast.
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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. We ...
... 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 ...
... eating a giant Kim Kardashian-style ant! Trekking further into 'Taman Nasional Gunung Leuser' (national park), we saw some monkeys swinging above our heads, using their 'Jungle Taxi', as Ricky calls it. The monkeys and Orang-Utans climb through the upper tree canopy by 'brachiation', basically swinging from branch to branch, which results in many branches being molded to look like real-life ropes. These are incredibly long, flexible and strong, hence the wildlife here ...
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... day. Then we started going up and down hill. Well they were more like steep clay cliffs, and I was really struggling. But, our guides were great. One of them Yan called us mum and dad, as he was the same age as Jordan. He held my hand every time the going got tough, and told me where to put my feet and what to hold. There were times I looked up or down and just saw a wall that we had to negotiate. I would never have managed without Yan's help. Poor Mark had to fend for himself. A couple ...