Pulau Umang Resort & Spa

Address: Sumur Pandeglang, Serang, Java, Indonesia | Resort
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This resort, located on Sumur Pandeglang, Serang, is near National Monument (MONAS), Sultan Palace, National Museum, and Karimunjawa.
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      Dieng Plateau

      A travel blog entry by viva.sabata on Dec 23, 2014

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      ... soup and was surprised to find a hard boiled egg contained in one of the meatballs. We arrived at Candi Arjuna just in time for the torrential rain. It rained so hard that the stairs leading to the museum turned into a waterfall. The local kids dressed in traditional garb ducked inside one of the temples and smoked clove cigarettes- but I was able to coax them out for a foto for 20k IRP. Other park visitors ducked under umbrellas to wait out the storm. Once again, ...


      A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... out the back streets of the villages, and constantly hearing the cute cries of ‘hellooo Mister’ as we drove past any children. Our last stop was a Kopi Luwak coffee shop where we got to meet the processor of the beans…The Civet Cat. Kopi Luwak is the most expensive coffee in the world due to the unique method in which it is made – basically the cats eat the coffee beans, poop them out, they are washed (thankfully!) then roasted (Jim we ...

      Baptism of fire in Java

      A travel blog entry by salandsteve on Dec 09, 2014

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      ... His turned out, however, to be on the money. "Watch out for the coach drivers, " he said, "They're killers." The morning ride out from Banyuwangi heading for Jember proved this to be the case. Java traffic is a whole different ball game to Bali. The roads are busier and there are so many large coaches ferrying people about that are just too big for the roads they are on. They hurtle along with their hazard lights permanently flashing, most of ...

      D94 - What sunrise?

      A travel blog entry by kimrichings on Nov 08, 2013

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      ... we can see why it was once one of the wonders of the world, evidently it's now down to about number 11, according to a guide! It dates from around 850AD, and has a base 118x118 metres square so is pretty big. The top has 72 bell like structures with carved Buddhas inside. It's on the cover of the new Indonesian Lonely Planet book.
      We spend two and a half hours walking around the many levels, which have fantastic carvings and statues ...


      A travel blog entry by dannyleonisrael on Jul 09, 2013

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      ... impressive museum. We managed to squeeze this in in the short amount of time we had before we had to go to our driver. Sunset wasn't to be as it was very cloudy.

      Next, we went to have dinner which was a real highlight so far. We ate al fresco and the food was superb. There was a dizzying array of Indonesian specialities including sate ajam, gado gado, nasi goreng, a kind of soto, jackfruit, beans, carrots, salad and for ...