Hotel Mutiara

Address: 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

Malang and off to the magnificant Mount Bromo

A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Oct 06, 2014

4 photos

... Cemoro Lawang would have had stunning views of Bromo if they had built the rooms facing the right direction. We find this a lot in Indonesia, they build without thought so they build hotels next to the road with 200m of wasteland between you and the beech and the restaurant area facing the road and not the beach? Here was the best example where the backs of everyone's porch faced the other rooms and not the spectacular view of the volcanoes. We think that they get ...

Day 9: Malang, Indonesia

A travel blog entry by bmcswag on Oct 11, 2013

19 photos

... bus and leave our bags on, and it was too much effort to take our bags off. So we were the only ones to remain in the bus and were passed out by the time we started moving again. Around 0430 we made another stop at what looked like a bus station. We knew the drive was supposed to be 12 hours and we still had another 2 or 3 to go so we didn't move. I happened to ask the man behind us though if we were in Makang, just to be sure and surprise! We were! ...

Incredible Ijen

A travel blog entry by teambrazier on Apr 21, 2013

32 photos

... You just have to cling on and be really bloody brave! At one point I slipped quite badly, much to the amusement of Matt and the guide but I was absolutely bricking it!

After about a 1km descent zigzagging our way to the mine we finally arrived and I was lost for words - I know I have said this alot but this time I really was. I was standing in the heart of a volcano faced be a fierce blue flame of sulphur with only the miners around me. They are very nervous ...

International Peace Day

A travel blog entry by katihanson on Sep 21, 2012

1 comment, 21 photos

... conflict between he needs of plants and animals and the needs or wants of people.
And too often it's people who have their way.
But all living things are part of one giant web of life.
And---in the end---they all depend on one another.
So when we think about the future, we must think about living in peace with the land.

Caring about problems in the world, and even having problems of your own,
doesn't mean you can't feel peace ...

Onwards to Malang

A travel blog entry by mattcannon on Apr 27, 2012

... with activity from a food market. This took the form of small rickshaw styled bicycles which have an oven and glass presentation box attached to their side. The bikes were just parked up on the pavement which is normal. (It is extremely rare to get an operational pavement in Asia, walking on the roadside dodging traffic is the only option.) I opted not to purchase anything from these stalls even if I am quite sure it would all have been very tasty, but in any case I was a little ...