Quirin Hotel

Address: Jl Gajah Mada No 44-52, Semarang, Java, Indonesia | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Jl Gajah Mada No 44-52, 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

... but this little old iPad couldn't catch them, so you will just have to take our word for it. We potter around and Dave is having a great time playing with the dragons and making friends. Some of the shrines only Martin was allowed to enter, and neither of us was allowed to enter the holiest shrine of all. Whether parts of the temple have been built at different times we are not sure, but behind the largest shrine there was a large wall with a picture story ...

Gedonsongo....the Oldest Hindu Temples in Java

A travel blog entry by venoth on Feb 16, 2012

4 comments, 61 photos

... that come and place flowers at the temple pedestals and offer their prayers and salutations.

















As we walked through these temples, we also observed the unique methodology as to how these temples were built ...

Admiral Cheng Ho and His Grand Expeditions

A travel blog entry by venoth on Feb 16, 2012

4 comments, 12 photos

... places in this city, there a great amount of Hindu influence to be found here in this temple. The Kala Makara or the guarding deities found at all entrances in buildings in Semarang, are also to be found here.









The history of this temple goes as follows. During one ...

Farewell party

A travel blog entry by ronniegongsmile on Dec 29, 2011

5 photos

It is my last day in Semarang, UNDIP LC held a farewell party for me and other EPs who will leave soon. I got a chance to catch up with some friends met before and met some new people. It is also the welcoming party for an EP from Japan, who will work in an NGO for environment and travel in Indonesia. I am glad to see that more and more people from different countries come together in Indonesia to help the community ...

Strange trafic rules

A travel blog entry by ronniegongsmile on Dec 12, 2011

... disadvantage.
If people break any trafic rules, their driver license and the motorcycle registration card would be handed in to the police, and they have to go to the court before getting them back. it is so strange when I heard it for the first time. But this may encourage the local to abey trafic rules. ...