Hotel Baru

Address: Jl. KH Agus Salim No.27, Batu, Malang, Java, Indonesia | Inn
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This inn is located on Jl. KH Agus Salim No.27, Batu, Malang.
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Travel Blogs from Malang

Sunrise & Sulphur

A travel blog entry by orla_liam on Apr 27, 2015

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... There is sulphur gases emitted from vents in the side of the crater, and at night the light given off is a very eerie blue flame. Kawah Ijen is also a large sulphur mine, with miners walking down into the crater with wicker baskets, harvest the sulphur by hand, then carry loads of anywhere from 40-100kgs back up to the rim and 1.5km down the trail to the weigh station.

This hike started at a more reasonable time of midnight. Our hotel organized ...

Remote Temple Hopping

A travel blog entry by viva.sabata on Dec 27, 2014

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... bowed and placed my hand on the right side of her head. I obliged and returned the gesture, which got all the girls really giggly. They hovered while Dorrie and I made a failed attempt at a rubbing from one of the murals. After declining a photo request we wandered back to the car, stopping to checkout the temple sentry statues standing on human skulls, and headed for ...

Memorials to Monkeys

A travel blog entry by kaila.mctavish on Aug 19, 2014

40 photos

... no less. It was actually a lot of fun and pretty decent rapids are times from the torrential storms the past week had brought. With many laughs and lots of splashes we made it back to town in just over an hour. Crazy how we hiked for nearly 9 hours the day before and were back in a blink of an eye.

After our goodbyes, I was happy to check back into my dinghy room and have a cold shower and wash my jungle smelling clothes before enjoying a big bowl of pasta. ...

Java Update Downloading

A travel blog entry by jrm110675 on Aug 12, 2014

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... roots, central Java became converted to Islam following its conquest by the Demak kingdom in the fifteenth century. This means that Yogyakarta now has a sultan, who still holds his title, although it is greatly diminished in modern democratic Indonesia. He lives in an impressive palace, known as the Kraton. After Yogyakarta, I moved even further east to Malang, where the best attraction was ...

Sumatra; remote, evergreen island

A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Apr 24, 2014

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... on the bus for several hours under these conditions, so I decided to stay two more days. The people of the guesthouse were so sweet and helpful to me. After I took my paracetamol, they claimed that their jungle-medicine would work better, so I gave it a try. First I drank something really disgusting (the worst the taste, the better, right?!). I think it was eucalyptus, mixed with something oily. Later, the lady had some kind of a root (turmeric) on which she was chewing for ...

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