The Grand Palace Hotel Malang

Jl. Ade Irma Suryani no. 23, Malang, Java, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Jl. Ade Irma Suryani no. 23, Malang.
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Travel Blogs from Malang

Into the live volcano then into living hell!

A travel blog entry by nataliegodliman on May 14, 2014

8 photos

... it next! An active volcano, wow! The base was a barren land of black ash underfoot like dark sand. Men with horses offered a quick trip up the steep hill but the tour guide had taken all our money so we had to walk. The views were amazing and the horses made it even more so, galloping on the ash it looked like scenes from an artsy movie. Bromo is the smallest volcano here but the main attraction because you can walk along the brim and look down into the yellowish sulfur clouds ...

Day 9: Malang, Indonesia

A travel blog entry by bmcswag on Oct 11, 2013

19 photos

... again got off ute bus very reluctant to be standing in the station in the middle of the night with very few women around. A few men approached us asking the usual "taxi? Taxi?" We knew they weren't working for actual taxi companies so we denied. We weren't even sure where we were going to stay but we decided to just stand at the station until it was light out and then we would walk to the best western as we assumed it was the safest place and we ...

Mount Bromo

A travel blog entry by maexme on Oct 01, 2013

8 photos

... the legend of the starters of the ethnia/tribe of the area. The tribe in the area is the Tengger and the starters were a Princess named Roro Anteng and her husband Joko Seger, who were childless. Joko Seger prayed to Brahma and after some time praying Brahma responded to his prayers saying he and his wife could have as many children as they wished, but the last one, the youngest one, needed to be sacrificed to him in the volcano. Roro Anteng and Joko Seger had 25 children, ...

Orang Utans in Bukit Lawang.

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on Aug 10, 2013

4 comments, 50 photos

... safe as the ground was wet but we made it. Not as impressive as the Bat cave in Kuala Lumpur so we headed toward the quiet river. Then we saw the mosquitos. They were everywhere and regardless of my mozzie repellant I got so many bites on my arms, hands and face. Instantly they started to swell up and were painful. I long for the time when I do not have to encounter them day in day out. I think for me this is one of the hardest things because I react so badly to them.

The ...

Solo travel

A travel blog entry by krissymiddleton on Aug 02, 2013

38 photos

... it was so so loud there's no way I was getting back to sleep! To combat my possible day of moping around alone I demolished breakfast and left for a walk..I walked through the village and across a bridge; the river is huge and you suddenly realise the extent of the villages down there, the bridge was exciting ( :/ ) I felt like Donkey in Shrek! On the other side I wondered through the forest, which slowly turned into lines and lines of palm trees, it was really quiet ...