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 and off to the magnificant Mount Bromo

A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 06, 2014

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... bus to Probolingo. While on the big bus I tried to plan our journey from Mount Bromo to Ijen Plateau which turned out to be extremely complicated seeing as it is in the middle of nowhere. I had my head in a book when a guy who I thought was one of the bus guys distracted me saying we had arrived. We got off the bus checking with the driver it was indeed Probolingo and as the bus drove off the guy who had announced our arrival was still standing on the curb with us. ...

The Misleadingly Named Hotel Happy

A travel blog entry by miss_cegenation on Jul 01, 2014

... not sure if it was because it was Ramadan (I'd have assumed that food places would be open later if nobody was eating during the day?) but it felt like everyone was going to bed.

I didn't see anywhere to go and buy a tour, but that was fine because from what I could tell the only reason people go there is to go to Tanjung Puting, so someone at the hotel must have called a "friend" who sold tours who turned up at our room. I got the impression that the hotel ...

8 + hour ride: Central to East Java

A travel blog entry by maexme on Sep 30, 2013

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... until some farmers in the area successfully produced apples. Nowadays people from all over Indonesia travel to the region of Malang to see apple plantations and collect apples. The weather in the region is characteristic of higher altitude: the temperature was lower, and the humidity in the air less evident. For people from the tropic raised at sea level is cold, and as we drove into Malang we could see people wearing jackets. ...

Incredible Ijen

A travel blog entry by teambrazier on Apr 21, 2013

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... and 2000 people had to be evacuated.

Matt reminded me of my tattoo - 'always do what you are afraid to do' - and off we went, into the darkness with only torches to show the way. We had been told the climb was only 3k but I had not realized it was at a 40 degree incline and it was hard! We were really high so the air was thin and not only was the climb steep it was slippy and rocky. I have to admit at times I really thought I wouldn't make it but the guide ...

Onwards to Malang

A travel blog entry by mattcannon on Apr 27, 2012

... I am not sure whether they are, objectively speaking, more inequitable than those of developed countries, but in any case it seems that explicit displays of wealth through huge houses and posh cars really stand out here. It is there positioning alongside the menacing intensity of abject poverty that accentuates their presence.  It was the same in China; Rolls Royces and gleaming glass fronted skyscrapers a mere stones throw away from communities probably living on little more than $1 ...