Hotel Gajah Mada 100

Address: Jl. Gajah Mada No. 100, Semarang, Java, 50134, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Gajah Mada No. 100, Semarang.
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Travel Blogs from Semarang

A port of intrigue and adventure

A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Jan 09, 2014

37 photos

... trying out the swish of each fan. Very nice too. It goes without saying that while this was going on at least a dozen other guys were desperately trying to part me with more of my cash, but today was not their lucky day. Next stop, after swishing around the roundabout with the Tugu Muda monument on it, no photo sorry, not prepared to risk that much for a photo ;). We arrive at the Lawang Sewu Building. It was the old train station, built when this was a ...

Study time

A travel blog entry by yunihandini on Apr 15, 2013

4 photos

... have alot of experience, friends, and organization team in uni. i try to do best in my study. in the first year in uni, i was so currious to be outstanding student in my uni. i try to do how to relieze it. i follow many activiteis such as student council, senat, voluntary activites and group discusion. i follow compation for research. study time id time for incress my self to be good enought for follow war in the global. do the best and be different. i like be different, ...

A Visit to the Little Netherlands of Central Java

A travel blog entry by venoth on Feb 16, 2012

4 comments, 15 photos

... which perhaps was once where the merchandise from the ports were stored. Today, though many of these warehouses have been refurbished on the inside to cater for modern technology, its outer design and structures have been kept intact for historical and preservation reasons.

We walked around this entire township and its such a beautiful ...

Lawang Sewu....The Building With A Thousand Doors

A travel blog entry by venoth on Feb 16, 2012

4 comments, 22 photos

... occupation of Indonesia. From this monument, this building was clearly visible.

This building is called Lawang Sewu or the building with 1000 doors. This was originally built as the office of Nederlands Indische Spoorweg Maatschappi or also known as NIS. NIS was the National Railway office of Semarang. ...


A travel blog entry by ronniegongsmile on Dec 20, 2011

3 photos

... br> They knew that this is my last week working here, and they are so afraid that I will leave the next day no matter I explain to them how many times. They said to me "dont forget me" every time I left, which made me a bit sad. I will miss them soooo much! one of the kids called me mum, some of them said "you are my sister". I am already ...