Hotel Santika Premiere Jogja
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We left Bandung early in the morning for an air-conditioned train ride to Yogyakarta. Air-conditioning, but squat toilets. What a ride! This journey revealed some of Java's most iconic rural scenery as we wound along forest-covered hills, through rural towns, and alongside terraced rice paddies cut into the slopes. We saw lots of volcanoes in the …
... in Jogja was spent planning the rest of our trip - no small task given that we were headed to some remote places and hadn't yet booked anything for the next three weeks. We didn't really have much time to explore the city, but I would recommend any visitors to stay on the main tourist strip - Prawiroban - which is a strip of only hotels, restaurants, bars, and tourist agencies. We would have been in serious trouble without easy access to all of these places.
... restaurant chains that had us spoilt for choice and unable to make a decision where to eat. That really doesn't happen often. The creme de la creme was that it had a Chat Time Bubble Tea kiosk. When we spotted it neither of us could contain our excitement and ran over to it like uncontrollable children. Lunch was followed by a lengthy stroll of the makeup and perfume section where we tried every tester we could in the hope that ...
... we met a man from Holland who spends half the year there and the other half in Bali. Him and his girlfriend were on their way to Yogyakarta as well. We all got on the train around 9:40pm and left exactly at 10pm (that's a first for us). The train ride from Banyuwangi to Surabaya was about 6.5 hours and then we needed to wait until 7:30am for our next train. This one also left perfectly on time and the ride was about 4 hours. We made it ...
... is flanked by Brahma and Vishnu temples that are 33 meters high. These towering temples are very majestic, and the impact of them springing up out of nowhere as you approach them from a distance is powerful. There are 13 other smaller temples in the complex, and at one time there were an additional 224 small temples in concentric circles around the main complex. You can still see the ruined piles of the hundreds of small temples.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Santika Premiere Jogja Yogyakarta
Wonderful boutique hotel located in near the city center and within walking distance to ATMs, money changers and restaurants. Comfortable rooms with a rainshower. Breakfast has Indonesian and western food and the coffee is superb. One of our group had a problem with an employee who "accidentally" took some money but it was returned.
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