Travel Blogs from Palembang
From the earlier museum, it took us less than 20 minutes to reach the airport.
The check in procedures were at the utmost efficiency that one can ever expect in Indonesia. This is mainly because the Palembang Immigration officers were already used to international tourists during the SEA Games event which was hosted by this city. For sure …
With lunch done with, we were already on the way to the airport and had passed the city limits. Quite close to the airport along the main road, I saw this wooden sign which directed to a museum. Immediately I informed my friend and since we had time at our perusal, we decided to drop by.
The road was a simple village …
This afternoon, we have already checked out of the hotel a while ago and then head for lunch to a deserted part of town, the old port of Palembang which was the main city in the 1600's.
Today, it is more of a fishing village where most of the people staying here are either fishermen or farmers. However, the reason we came here …
The rest of the night was very slow moving. The very first thing that we did was to head to the Ampera Bridge and this time we parked on the curb. All the we did the next two hours was to stand on the bridge, observe the night life, chit chat and enjoy the cool breeze that blew on this bridge.
After getting back to the hotel earlier, we literally dozed off for at least two hours as we were quite exhausted by the journey back and the massive traffic jam caused by the flash floods in the city.
Once we woke, it was already almost time for dinner. We quickly got ready and soon thereafter, we were greeted by my friend in the hotel …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Absolutely fantastic hote, great rooms, fantastic atmosphere!
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