The Media Hotel And Towers
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5 stars hotel.
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06:00am : -wake up and get ready -went to Bandung Train Station 07:00am : -board a train Argo Parahyangan from Bandung to Gambir. -during the ride you can see beautiful scenery. -eat lunch at train canteen 10:30am : -arrived at Jakarta -walk to Jakarta National Monument. -catch a cab to The Media Hotel & Towers Hotel -check in and rest for a …
... 17,000 islands
Currency ~ the Indonesian Rupiah IDR
£1 = 19,611 IDR
Population ~ 252,164,800 (all islands)
Capital City ~ Jakarta
Official languages: Indonesian
... buildings and next door is either an empty lot or what looks like a shack made of wood and roofs of corrugated iron. The people will live anywhere such as under a highway, little self-sustaining communities.
After a seafood lunch we headed for a Buddhist Funeral. Some pictures below of this colourful event. We were just going to show up for thirty minutes, but there we were hours later, eating the whole time. As you will have noticed and know ...
... my estimation the trip went very smoothly.
We arrived in Taipei on Panu’s 33rd birthday, and with exactly zero Western food options in the entire airport he was able to enjoy a birthday breakfast soup. I believe its official title was “traditional tofu pudding and food.” The Taipei airport had plenty to keep us entertained for hours, including free massages, an indoor “green space” (that consisted of ...
My uncle and aunt invited me to go to a Batik Convention Centre. My aunt loves batik so I agreed. I felt bad as I didn't fast that day and told them I did, so I starved myself until break time. Anyway, the show was fabulous, situated in Plaza Senayan. There were batiks made for all types of objects from outfits, table cloths, jewellery and traditional Indonesian puppets. There were also silver jewellery which I think you could find in London. I also ...