Hotel Kartika Raya

Jl. Songgoriti No.17, Batu, Malang, Java, Indonesia | Inn
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Sumatra; remote, evergreen island

A travel blog entry by anne-ruth


... honest, the Kopi Luwak is just a really weak coffee, and maybe a little bit sweeter. That might be the exact reason why people like it. But I think it's overrated and a lot of glory for the most expensive cup of coffee in the world (€60 - €80 a cup, I paid €1.25 , which is still around two meals here!). After more than two weeks Sumatra I took the bus from Bukittinggi to Jakarta, Java. Bukittinggi is only halfway on the island of Sumatra, so had to cross ...

Orangutans, trekking, jungles and Rendang

A travel blog entry by antandrel

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We spent our first few days chilling out in the hammocks watching monkeys come down from the jungle in the afternoons to rifle through our bins; and exploring the spectacular Bat Caves just outside the village. Having been on the road for 5 months, we welcomed the break.

Feeling rejuvenated after our chill out time we booked ourselves on a 2 day jungle trek to see orangutans (many who have been reintroduced in to the ...

Bird and Flower Markets

A travel blog entry by maexme


... br> In the morning we started the day by walking to the bird and flower markt. We walked by the city hall, which was built in 1920 in neo classic style: The roof had the three levels we had also seen in Solo, and which represent the three Hindi Gods Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva, and the building was decorated with columns, more in an European style.
The city hall lies on the side of the Jan Peterson Cun roundabout, where a park has ...

Certainly lives up to the hype.

A travel blog entry by richierich33


... vehicles parked up at the base of Batok. Climbed the stone staircase up to the rim of the Bromo crater and the sight was awesome. You can’t see inside the caldera from the viewpoint and it doesn’t look as impressive as Batok from a distance but up close it really is impressive. Most (about 99%) of visitors just stay by the ‘viewing gallery’ then head back down but i walked along the crater rim over to the other side of ...

Orang Utans in Bukit Lawang.

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41


... bathroom and quickly got ready. Martin was in charge of the alarm which he had set half an hour late! Anyway we caught up with them and walked the 35 minute walk to the Nature Reserve. You pay 20,000 Rupiah per person and 50,000 for taking a camera. I think you are supposed to get your pass and pay the money at the visitors centre but we paid at the Nature Reserve so that was fine, I imagine they will pocket the money as the visitors centre has no way of knowing we went!



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4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding