Hotel Batu Permai

Jl. Melati 1, Batu, Jawa timur, Malang, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Melati 1, Batu, Jawa timur, Malang.
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Travel Blogs from Malang

Village life at its best

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

... a nice change to the ash-ridden world I had come from.

Today was time for yet another hike though it was one that was promised not to put any more holes in my pants. Luckily the promise held true or I'd soon be running out of pants. The walk went through a local village where we passed some interesting characters like the lady who was walking her goats, the man driving his motorbike full of rice cuttings, or the team of builders flirting with ...

Jungle Jive

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

... could go on a jungle hike, fall and rip a reasonably large hole in the back of my pants without even noticing until approaching the temple we were headed for where local boys lost it laughing and I finally questioned why that was, surely just a dirty bum from falling couldn’t be that funny. Indeed it wasn’t.

The temple over shadowed the comical moments of the hike though. The old walls were crumbling yet still lively and the ...

D98 - Dusty bin

A travel blog entry by kimrichings on Nov 12, 2013

... they don't take visa. We end up back at the train station where there is one outside. This city is like many others we have been to hot, dusty, very busy and not much to see. We have to plan the next move so go and sit in the backpackers on the roof. It's a good bar area and the staff are really nice. It starts to get darker and darker, the staff start moving stuff under the covered bar ...

Semeru Mountain

A travel blog entry by kotamalang on Nov 19, 2012

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... drag you to a relaxed morning. Climb a steep hill to reach Cemoro Kandang, a pinery forest with birds and deers.
Continue the journey, stay overnight in Kalimati and take one hour trek to reach Arcopodo, the last vegetated area at 2,900 meters high. It is suggested to leave bulky luggages in Kalimati or Arcopodo, and start hiking to the peak at around 2 a.m. to avoid toxic gas blowing from Jonggring ...

Indonesia - Java

A travel blog entry by andybrown on May 25, 2011

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... a lift to Ijen and Bali the following day.

The Bromo viewing point is accessible via licensed jeep or motorbike, and is best viewed at sunrise. I was up at 3.30am for our 4am departure. After half an hour’s drive, a group of seven of us got dropped off and made a further 90 minute hike up to the highest viewing point. It was completely dark and in some areas we hit steep, muddy terrain. When we finally got there, it was completely clouded over; there ...