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

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

A travel blog entry by vikkiandchris on Dec 19, 2014

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... is strictly Muslim (hence my outfit) and it was interesting to see their prayer ritual. Again, I was amazed by the kids there and by the quiet and calm of 100 children eating together. They were all so respectful and sat and waited until everybody around them had food on their plate. Not the craziness of the school dining hall! They were so generous and were insistent in their offering of us food. There was a family sitting with us while we ate who we'd learnt were a well of ...

Malang and off to the magnificant Mount Bromo

A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 06, 2014

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... Cemoro Lawang would have had stunning views of Bromo if they had built the rooms facing the right direction. We find this a lot in Indonesia, they build without thought so they build hotels next to the road with 200m of wasteland between you and the beech and the restaurant area facing the road and not the beach? Here was the best example where the backs of everyone's porch faced the other rooms and not the spectacular view of the volcanoes. We think that they get ...

Pangkalan Bun and Tanjung Puting National Park

A travel blog entry by willandamy on Feb 11, 2014

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... They stayed a while stuffing their faces with bananas, then they suddenly climbed really high up the tree. We heard more noise and then the dominant male appeared, he was huge. No wonder they escaped up the tree. It was amazing actually seeing these animals, we were only about five meters away. We were very fortunate that at all three stations we saw Orangutans. There were a lot of baby orangutans, some of these were very entertaining. ...

Day 9: Malang, Indonesia

A travel blog entry by bmcswag on Oct 11, 2013

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... bus and leave our bags on, and it was too much effort to take our bags off. So we were the only ones to remain in the bus and were passed out by the time we started moving again. Around 0430 we made another stop at what looked like a bus station. We knew the drive was supposed to be 12 hours and we still had another 2 or 3 to go so we didn't move. I happened to ask the man behind us though if we were in Makang, just to be sure and surprise! We were! ...

Incredible Ijen

A travel blog entry by teambrazier on Apr 21, 2013

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... sulphur on their backs! Possibly the most horrific job in the world. Not only do they have to have extreme strength to haul their sulpher through unforgiving terrain - they have to battle with the cruelest sulphur fumes belching from the pit. All for 4p (yep that's 4p!) per kilo of sulphur delivered to the bottom.

Standing in darkness on the lip of the volcano our guide asked if we wanted to follow the miners route and see the blue flame close up - I was ...