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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Drycleaning onsite
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPuri Asri Magelang
This place is very nice. Quite cute rooms and views.
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I had to add on this page as I hadn't expected to write anything during our two day sea journey from Borneo to Indonesia...but I was wrong. (The location above isn't accurate). We crossed the equator at 10 am yesterday and little did we know that this crossing for us "virgins" or better known as Pollywogs, requires a rite of passage that was first documented in 1798, but we understand started at the time of Magellan's ...
... as close as we dared, about 10m away from the pool, before turning back from the powerful gusts of wind and spray. Our second tour stop was another hour further down the road, by this point merely a broken rubble track, and the sight where the Teletubbies had been filmed – The Bromo Savana. Here we stopped for a while taking in the incredible view and asked our driver to drive ahead so we could walk and catch up. This request confused him and ...
... thought as the weather was sunny that it was a good idea to go and see the Borobudur which is build between 750 and 850, the largest Buddhist temple in the world which is about an hour drive from our hotel. We arranged a cab to get us there and back for 400.000 rupees (around 40 $ and had lunch before we left. While we were driving it started to get dark and poring down which didn't stop even when we arrived. The entrance for ...
Up at 1am for the first day of our 3 day adventure in East Java and we were greeted by our guide Selemat and our driver Harry. Selemat's English was excellent which made things so easy, he also spoke Dutch, Javanese and some Arabic so a very clever chap. Our trusty steed was a lovely air condition 6 seater with comfy pillows and chairs that reclined so it was possible to get a couple of hours kip before meeting up with the 4WD that would take us the rest ...
Chris and I rushed out of bed just in time to make it to the top of Borobudur before the sun rose. We used our flashlights to get up the steps and into a prime viewing spot, facing east this time. The fog was hanging through the trees, waiting for the sun to burn ...