Hotel Mambruk Anyer

P.O. Box 10, Serang, Java, 42466, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Serang


A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael


... close to one another. All the farmers have huge plots of land with an incredible array of plantations such as papaya, peanuts, tobacco, guava, banana and rice fields.

Buffet dinner at lunch time was in a modest looking restaurant and the quality of the food wasn't far off the treats we had at the Ramayana buffet yesterday.

Lastly, we went to ...


A travel blog entry by danlogue

... in Kota, the old section of Jakarta. When we tried to find a taxi, it was impossible so we used public transport. The buses arrive at elevated terminals and have dedicated traffic lanes - like an above-ground subway. However, our adventure started before getting on the bus when we tried to find a way to get into the terminus and ended up walking on the roof of the walkway. We finally figured out how to get on, bought our tickets and boarded - ...

A day steeped in Hinduism.

A travel blog entry by mrsmac


... top is spectacular with very attractive countryside against a backdrop of mountains. The struggle to descend took a while as they restrict going down to one entrance so it is narrow and packed with people. Fletcher's knees stood up pretty well. We had to stop several times for him to rest them though.

Once at the bottom it was a long walk back with a compulsory, "Exit through the gift shop" this being miles and miles of ...


A travel blog entry by hariprakash


... to relax with resort, you can reach Anyer beach (20 kms from Merak). No taxi service available from Merak to Anyer, but you can hire the local public transport car ( Ankot ), around 15-20 USD or if you are alone, you can use the bike service ( Ojek ), max 10 USD. Other best way is to get down at Cilegon ( a small town before Merak ) and take public transport or hire a vehicle to reach ...

Ascension at Borobodur

A travel blog entry by erikj


... go through, if he wants to ascend from human desires to Nirwana (spiritual awakening). Each platform represents one stage of enlightenment. Unfortunately, not all of the 6 lower platforms were open for public, preventing the visitors to complete the ascension. Actually, most of the visitors went straight up to the upper levels, just for the stunning views. This evening again we watched the sun set over ...

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This hotel, located on P.O. Box 10, Serang, is near Sultan Palace, National Monument (MONAS), National Museum, and Sunda Kelapa.
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