Hotel Mutiara

Jl. Jaksa Agung Suprato 30-32, Malang, Java, 65111, Indonesia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Jl. Jaksa Agung Suprato 30-32, Malang.
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Travel Blogs from Malang

Mold Remediation Atlanta

A travel blog entry by partadult1 on May 13, 2014

... and seal. You would possibly see water spots in the grass. One wanted us to have a look with the inside of the wall, so he took the drywall down. Guess just what, the wall surface was set with mold with decayed wood just about everywhere. Evidently, this water leakage was going down for an extended time of energy. A qualified Certified Mold remediation Atlanta and mildew Remediator would certainly donrrrt you have actually carried this out kind of work. To conclude, ...

Bird and Flower Markets

A travel blog entry by maexme on Oct 01, 2013

9 photos

... markets to the Chinese area of the city we drove past the train station of the city, which had been built in 1884, and learnt that the Chinese population had been persecuted by the Dutch and the people of Malang had taken the Chinese and protected them. This had as a consequence a strong Chinese population in the city, that donates food to the local Muslim population during Ramadan, their way to thank for the protection received ...

More volcanoes. Indonesia is BIG!

A travel blog entry by tomtav on Jun 10, 2013

2 comments, 34 photos

... three really small islands off the north coast of Lombok that are a hot spot for holiday makers and travelers, where lots of beaching, diving and general laziness seems to be the fashion.

Lombok is brilliant and I wish I could stay here longer - I think it's nearly impossible to feel stressed here. The town I'm in is called Senggigi and it's very laidback - Kuta in Bali feels like a metropolis in comparison. Over the past three days ...

Volcano time

A travel blog entry by peterandmax on Jun 17, 2012

2 comments, 9 photos

... times we changed driver (4 different drivers in one day with no explanation - very odd). The Ijen Plateau is a vast volcanic region, whose landscape is dominated by three large volcanoes. We woke on the second day of the tour in time to see the sun rise over these volcanoes as we travelled to our destination of the day, Guning (or Mount) Ijen.

Ijen is known for its sulphur, and our plan for the morning was to hike to Kawah Ijen, a ...

Chinese New Year

A travel blog entry by katihanson on Jan 21, 2012

1 comment, 7 photos

... when Chinese houses are cleaned from top to bottom, to sweep away any traces of bad luck, and doors and windowpanes are given a new coat of paint, usually red. The doors and windows are then decorated with paper cuts and couplets with themes such as happiness, wealth and longevity printed on them.

Typically red packets called Hong Bao, with money tucked inside are given out as a symbol of good luck. ...