Sheraton Surabaya Hotel & Towers

Address: Jalan Embong Malang 25-31, Surabaya, Java, 60261, Indonesia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel is located on Jalan Embong Malang 25-31, Surabaya.
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    Travel Blogs from Surabaya

    Pangkalan Bun and Tanjung Puting National Park

    A travel blog entry by willandamy on Feb 11, 2014

    5 photos

    ... and then just waved you on past the scanner. We had to laugh at how lapse it was.

    There were three legs of our journey: Labuan Bajo to Denpasar (Bali), Denpasar to Jakarta and then Jakarta to Pangkalan Bun. Fortunately they all went smoothly and we made it to Pangkalan Bun on time. We had to have another chuckle when we were collecting our bags; a guy was filming the bags going round on the carossel, and then passed the camera over to ...

    Mount Semeru Volcano Climb

    A travel blog entry by rory.macfarlane on Sep 04, 2012

    12 photos

    ... of the mountains around us.
    At the hostel we enjoyed some Bintang Indonesian beer with a nice meal and planned our route up to Semeru. We bought some cosy hats, scarfs and gloves for 50,000 (3.50) to prepare us for the cold conditions on the volcano.

    We woke early to get the 4x4 ride through the Bromo crater (10 Km wide). We arrived at Ranu Pani where we were to start the climb at 9 am. After some panic failing to rent a tent a man on a motorbike ...

    Overlanding 1: Ship to Borneo

    A travel blog entry by deerhunter on Dec 20, 2011

    1 comment, 7 photos

    ... dignity as people wash, eat and sleep right on top of each other. They help each other out when they're vomiting and keep laughing all the way. It feels like there isn't an equivalent of this attitude in England these days? Maybe there is.

    Most of the passengers were off to work in the palm oil plantations and mines of Borneo where they spend at least a month away at a time. Entire families moving there to work to destroy the ...

    The beginning of the end

    A travel blog entry by 1stclasscamping on Nov 19, 2011

    ... heard lightning so loud in my entire life. I think it was just one bolt after another, making one continuous rumbling noise. It was so loud I could feel my bed shaking. I even sat up for a moment to make sure it was lightning, and that we weren't getting bombed or something. Quite epic, tropical storms are cool.

    Also I had a cooking class where I showed Indonesians ...

    Sorry for the monotony

    A travel blog entry by 1stclasscamping on Sep 29, 2011

    ... the students about how you move out, how you learn responsibility and time management, how you learn to take care of yourself, how the professors don't take attendance, and how no one holds your hand through anything, and at the end, they were like "wow, why don't we have that?"

    I did tell them about the amazing social experience you get from living on campus, from hall activities to hanging out with friends in their room to wild ...