Hotel Tosari

Address: Jl. K.H. Ahmad Dahlan 31, East Java, Malang, Java, Indonesia | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Jl. K.H. Ahmad Dahlan 31, East Java, Malang.
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Travel Blogs from Malang

Orangutans and wild things

A travel blog entry by kazia on May 25, 2015

7 comments, 13 photos

... the boat. Thankfully, I had Kazia at my side clutching a flashlight ready to fend off any monkeys that managed to make it into our mosquito net. To show us what we were really up against, Emul, J and one of the locals took us for a night trek through the rainforest. Armed with flashlights and bug spray, we ventured into the night to find cool stuff. These guys were amazing at spotting wild life. Tarantulas were lit up at every other tree stump and they caught ...

Malang

A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Apr 14, 2015

3 photos

... slums, made up of tiny little houses build right along the edge of the road with clearly no building codes, and with roofs made of corrugated metal, into what looked like a gated neighbourhood belonging in Hollywood. The house that we had rented had pictures that looked very impressive, and I was expecting to see some nice houses, but the ones that were on the main street that we were driving by to get to our place were decadent beyond belief. 3 story giants, ...

Malang via Probolinggo, Java 18/12/14-22/12/14

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Dec 19, 2014

29 photos

... time again, the kids warmed my heart by the way they shared the toys we brought them and resolved problems. They put English and Australian kids to shame! By this time, the kids had really warmed to us and were chatting away to us, unconcerned that we didn't always know what they were saying. We really got to know them and I had a particular soft spot for a set of identical twin girls, Anya and Inrica who had giant smiles but also some pretty severe disabilities with both of them ...

Bird and Flower Markets

A travel blog entry by maexme on Oct 01, 2013

9 photos

... and the monument of independence is located.
Our guide told us that the monument was first built after the independence from Japan and destroyed in the years between the independence from Japan and the final independence in December 1949. The destruction of the monument had a negative impact on the population of the city, and was rebuilt in 1951 by the first president of the country.
From the roundabout we went to the bird ...

Malang living

A travel blog entry by efopreis on Nov 08, 2012

2 comments, 5 photos

... us this street was called Emmastraat at the time and a lot of Dutch people from Surabaya spent their weekends here. Malang really has a nice leasurely feel to it, easygoing, even the Mosques are not as intrusive as in (yog)Jakarta with thier 5 times daily chanting. You also see more of a mix of religions here: Islam of course, but also hindu, which was the religion in the first century. We learned that at ...