Mutiara Hotel

Address: Kebon Kawung Street 60, Bandung, Java, 40171, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Kebon Kawung Street 60, Bandung, is near Saung Angklung Udjo, Gedung Sate, Museum of The Asian-African Conference, and Bank Indonesia Building.
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    Travel Blogs from Bandung

    Hell Raiser

    A travel blog entry by govanteam on Dec 29, 2014

    6 photos

    Sunny 33 / 25

    After breakfast into town for some shopping. Lunch was a hamburger, fries and a milkshake (it was very good). You read it correctly and there are pictures as proof.

    The drive back to Jakarta was more like a Formula One racetrack. I thought the drive up set new standards, that was a cake walk. Again I wish I had videotaped, well I thought I had, ...

    Foot Massage in a (Dormant?) Volcanic Crater

    A travel blog entry by shyam_t on Oct 04, 2013

    3 photos

    ... minute we got there, the girls went in search of power points to charge their phones and were quite happy to leave their phones charging in different corners of the cafe - something I'd not seen anywhere else! Post-script - the supposedly dormant/inactive volcano erupted 3 times the day after we were there - either we angered the volcanic gods with our incessant camera clicking, or by soaking our 'non licin' legs in its hot pools... close shave!! Volcano photos coming ...

    Life goes on...

    A travel blog entry by cassnkyle on May 13, 2013

    18 photos

    ... bottom and then the road forks and our school in on the right and there's another hill going up. This is the hill that our school used for the 6km Run for Life. So Alice and I take the angkot from our house to the entrance of Resor Dago Pakar - so that we can pass the dump and it's not very safe to walk that route - and we walk down, up, down and up again. On the way back, there's an Alphamart there and Alice and I will buy a fruit smoothie popsicle as a treat for 7000 rupiah ...

    Cups

    A travel blog entry by toddmchenry on Jul 14, 2012

    ... for a coffee!

    Cups Coffee Shop - a quaint little place that felt very funky and welcoming.
    Evin works as a barista back in Melbourne so he had a few goes on the coffee machine - exchanging notes with the staff.
    Etcha Neza is the girls name - in her mid 20's, she has studied marketing and advertising at uni8versity and now owns her own coffee shop. Cups has been open for 6 months and her aim is to make it feel like a coffee shop in New York where ...

    Little Vietnam

    A travel blog entry by stemaxc on Sep 17, 2011

    10 photos

    ... of them were putting their lives on hold for the sake of their education and their future. It seemed that they kept to themselves rather than becoming part of the larger university society and worked very hard at their courses. Some had girlfriends waiting for them back home but others were single and resigned to that status until they returned home after two or three years in Indonesia. There was a hint of loneliness and/or isolation, I felt, and Dung, ...