Hotel Batu Permai

Address: Jl. Melati 1, Malang, Java, 65141, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Melati 1, Malang.
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        A travel blog entry by jacob.marsh3 on Apr 14, 2015

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        ... stood there for a few seconds before responding with a confused tone, that this was her house, and that we were welcome to come inside and try and figure out our situation. My immediate thought, was that we had been scammed, and that some person had taken a picture of this nice house and posted the listing online and had taken our money, but we took up her offer and went into the entrance way of her hoist try and figure out what to do next. The 5 of us were ...


        A travel blog entry by hanjolo on Dec 12, 2014

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        Well it wasn't the best night's sleep that's for sure, but it could have been worse!

        From the station in Malang we battled our way through the taxi drivers and walked to a local tour company called Sunrise Holidays who had good reviews on Lonely Plant and TripAdvisor...

        We've booked ourselves on a full-on three day tour around Mt Bromo, Mt Ijen and the turtles at Sukamade. It's a fairly expensive at around $350 per person, but we reckon it will be way easier than trying ...

        Village life at its best

        A travel blog entry by bronwyn.donovan on Feb 17, 2014

        PPHL Seliloman is an unusual place. A completely self-sustaining organic organization in the middle of the jungle is the kind of unusual I am talking about. The accommodation included cold showers with a mundy bucket in an open-air bathroom and opening living requiring mosquito nets so as to be not to open to the creatures of the jungle. Honestly, it took backpacking to a whole new level but aside from sleeping on wood, I loved it. Being in nature at ...

        Jungle Jive

        A travel blog entry by bronwyn.donovan on Feb 16, 2014

        Waking with a bout of food poisoning is never fun but having to travel five hours on a train and a further two by car is the worst start to a day ever. The plan was to try to sleep it off. The plan worked so there is not much to say about the change in environment from central Java to east Java as sadly all a saw was the back of my eyelids.

        The arrival at PPLH Seliloman was standard and rushed as always. However the hour ...

        8 + hour ride: Central to East Java

        A travel blog entry by maexme on Sep 30, 2013

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        The ride from Solo to Malang was to be approximately 8 hours, depending on traffic it could be more, and we all came that morning into the bus prepared to entertain ourselves for 8 hours in the bus.
        As we left the city of Solo we learnt a bit about the history of the city, as well as about some of the buildings we drove past. Solo is a special city in that it has both a King's palace and a Prince’s palace, and the ...