Shangri-La Hotel Surabaya
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool
Photos of Shangri-La Hotel Surabaya
Travelers also recommend:
TripAdvisor Reviews Shangri-La Hotel Surabaya
Travel Blogs from Surabaya
... health and good harvests. During this time, local daredevils descend into the crater and attempt to catch offerings in nets (money, food and even live chickens) thrown down by others above. It’s a risky business and is as dangerous as it sounds – every few years someone slips and the volcano claims a victim."
If this doesn't convey to you why I was so keen on coming, I know the photos will. I got to the lookout site on a neighbouring peak at 3:30 in the morning, after ...
... the work was using a skilled certified remediator. For those who determine to utilize one, it truly is generally safer and many more reliable in comparison to a "do-it-yourself" method since they utilize unique equipment. In a choice of situation, consistently follow security preventative measures to lower publicity to mold using safety clothing, a respirator, and eye security. Possess seen lots of "Handyman Calamities of Mold and mildew Removal" that fail and ...
... and great food and very reasonably priced.
Full, we head off to the shopping mall Galaxy.
We decide 3 hours is a good time to spend there and as it was quite expensive, we managed to see every shop of all floors (there are about 6) as we don't spend too long in any once we realise the prices.
I expect the wealthy Chinese in the posh houses shop here.
Stacey buys 2 tops and 2 belts.
I purchase some black blingy sketchers thongs.....and they were a bargain at 97 000rp ...
Caught the train from Jawa to Surabaya and along the way figured out that moshulu means gents and wanita means ladies. Bought some doughnuts out of starvation, grabbed a taxi, found our hostel and got some food. Organised a taxi to the airport for 5 in the morning to Singapore! Nice hostel in a disgusting ...
... We write an obituary and have a funeral to commemorate our loss.
A Brazilian walks to get their water and then walking back from teacher's house they need to avoid conflict/war. A whistle is blown and they have to drop everything and run back to the classroom. If they drop their water then they lose that water for the day. The water they are left with is the only water they get to drink.
An American and European gets to get water ...