Kusuma Agrowisata Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKusuma Agrowisata Hotel Batu
This hotel is really big and have some fruit plant such orange, apple, strawberry and produce some juice and snack from those fruits.
It's good for family holiday, they have a lot of room, and beautiful park for playing the kid.
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... a steep hill to see a family of 3 orang utans. A mother and 2 of her offspring. Incredible! They seemed so relaxed and swung easily from tree to tree. One of the guides held out some bananas and so an orangutan came right down in front of us to take them. Orang utans are much fluffier than they appear on tv! We were lucky enough to see 8 orang utans in all. The most special was a mother with her ...
... on the bus for several hours under these conditions, so I decided to stay two more days. The people of the guesthouse were so sweet and helpful to me. After I took my paracetamol, they claimed that their jungle-medicine would work better, so I gave it a try. First I drank something really disgusting (the worst the taste, the better, right?!). I think it was eucalyptus, mixed with something oily. Later, the lady had some kind of a root (turmeric) on which she was chewing for ...
... day adventure and I'm so glad that I did. I lost count of the amount of orang utans I saw, I would estimate 23-26 which included an encounter with the scary 'Mina'. She was part raised by humans and shows no fear, she's apparently attacked a few tourists but I trust my guides and their knowledge of how to deal with her. She is the only orang utan they will feed to keep her at bay, she tries also to steal back packs as she knows there's normally ...
... the palm oil trees as it will have a massive effect on the orangutans, and no orangutans means no tourism. What is also interesting is that they haven to burn down the palm oil trees every 25 years and replant and a few years back the Malaysians complained that huge amounts of smoke were drifting across the sea from Indonesia, however the man who has just bought a 30 year lease on the palm oil trees around Bukit Lawang is a Malaysian. It's a crazy world.
... further from the truth, it read “ Isuzu Turbo, Intercooler, Soft ride.” It must have been a joke?! .The driver kept phoning someone who would give him mechanical advice. I’m not sure, but I’m guessing it wouldn’t have been the AA or RAC. After 2 hours sat in the heat and swatting flies off us, one of which kept flying up my nose, presumably as it was the only shaded place around, the van fired up and we were off again.
By this point ...