Inna Dibya Puri

Address: Jl. Pemuda No. 11, Semarang, Java, 50008, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Pemuda No. 11, Semarang.
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Travel Blogs from Semarang


A travel blog entry by ayc17 on Aug 25, 2015

Semarang is about 100km north of yogyakarta and the journey there consisted of 2 hours in a pretty small minibus, having slept though the trip it went by really quickly even though we were very uncomfortable. The city as it turned out was quite small and used to be a Dutch colony, hence why a lot of the buildings here are very European in ...

Leaving Semarang

A travel blog entry by gter1 on Mar 03, 2014

3 comments, 7 photos

... ships prohibit it because of the gutter (sewer) smell in a rural area. This was my chance to have and enjoy without being reprimanded the sweetest, custard tasting fruit EVER! Our host family was so gracious and seeing my delight eating it that they wouldn't take any money for it. So, with this experience I have one more thing checked off my list. Today we're going to explore the beaches of Bali in a VW bus. Surfing Kuta, here we come! Later ...

Crossing the Equator & Beattlemania

A travel blog entry by rileydog99 on Mar 11, 2012

1 comment, 27 photos

... and have to got through an "initiation"to move from "Pollywog" status to "Shellbacks" . This time all the ship’s pollywogs were represented by half a dozen members of the crew - cooks, waiters, dancers, a technical guy and a hairdresser. They were led by pirates down to the pool deck. King Neptune and Queen Myra arrived to be the judges. Next came the Captain surrounded by a bevy of mermaids (only proper fitting for a Captain!). The Pollys ...

A Visit to the Little Netherlands of Central Java

A travel blog entry by venoth on Feb 16, 2012

4 comments, 15 photos

... which perhaps was once where the merchandise from the ports were stored. Today, though many of these warehouses have been refurbished on the inside to cater for modern technology, its outer design and structures have been kept intact for historical and preservation reasons.

We walked around this entire township and its such a beautiful ...

Lawang Sewu....The Building With A Thousand Doors

A travel blog entry by venoth on Feb 16, 2012

4 comments, 22 photos

... thus explaining every detail in the building. All the artefacts in this building are well maintained right up to the fixtures in the toilets. Even the tiles are in very good condition and are the originals.

There is also an entire floor which was used as a badminton court by the Dutch during their occupation which ...

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