Mount Bromo and The Essentials (Bahasa Indonesia)

HOW TO GET THERE?

Untuk ke Gunung Bromo, Gue mengikuti tur dari “Nahwa Tour”. Sebenarnya tur ini sendiri juga gue temuin tanpa sengaja dari Google. Ada banyak banget perusahaan yang menyediakan jasa tur ke Gunung Bromo di Google. Tapi setelah beberapa pertimbangan, saya pun memilih “Nahwa Tour” karena tur ini berbasis di Malang, dan website mereka memiliki informasi yang cukup lengkap dan harga yang lebih murah dibandingkan tour lainnya. Continue reading “Mount Bromo and The Essentials (Bahasa Indonesia)”

Mount Bromo and The Essentials (English)

HOW TO GET THERE?

I joined “Nahwa Tour” for this tour, which I found randomly by searching in Google. There are a lot of tours available to bring you to Mount Bromo, but I joined Nahwa Tour’s tour because they are based in Malang and so far their website provides the best information about the tour and the price is somehow cheaper than the other websites. Continue reading “Mount Bromo and The Essentials (English)”

Malang and It’s Beautifully Dangerous Villages (Bahasa Indonesia)

Setelah menghabiskan 2 malam di Surabaya, saya pun melanjutkan perjalanan saya ke Kota Malang, sekitar 2 jam dengan menggunakan kereta api. Dari stasiun Gubeng di Surabaya, kereta api dijadwalkan untuk berangkat pukul 7.30 pagi dan sampai di kota Malang pukul 9.30. Malang merupakan sebuah kota yang terletak sekitar 93 km dari Surabaya dengan temperatur yang cukup sejuk dibandingkan kota Surabaya, dengan alamnya yang indah dan makanannya yang enak-enak.

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Malang and It’s Beautifully Dangerous Villages (English)

After spending two nights at Surabaya, I continued my journey to Malang, around one and a half hour by train. From Surabaya Gubeng Station, the train is scheduled to leave Surabaya at 7.30am and will be arriving Malang at 9.30am. Malang is a city located around 93 km from Surabaya with a mild temperature, it’s beautiful nature and culinary paradise. Continue reading “Malang and It’s Beautifully Dangerous Villages (English)”

Surabaya: Tur keliling Museum + Transportasi hanya seharga Rp 7.500 (Bahasa Indonesia)

Surabaya merupakan kota kedua terbesar di Indonesia, oleh karena itu, sangat penting bagi Surabaya memiliki tur kota yang mudah dan informatif untuk turis lokal dan mancanegara untuk mengenal Surabaya lebih jauh. Pemerintah kota memperkenalkan program “Surabaya Shopping and Culinary Track” sebagai sebuah program pelayanan publik. Sebenarnya ini adalah pengalaman pertama gue mengikuti tur dengan bus untuk berkeliling museum di Indonesia. Gue yang aslinya bukan penggemar berat museum dengan nekatnya mengikuti tur ke berbagai macam museum di Surabaya. Tapi setelah selesai dengan tur ini, gak nyesal deh pokoknya, dan worth it banget dengan harganya yang sangat terjangkau!
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Surabaya: Exploring A LOT of Museums + Transportation with just IDR 7.500 (English)

Since Surabaya is Indonesia’s second biggest city, it is crucial to have such easy and informative tour for local and international tourist to get to know better about Surabaya inside out. The government came out with a program called the “Surabaya Shopping and Culinary Track” as a part of public service initiation. This was actually the first time I did a city tour with a bus in Indonesia, where I was brought to lots of museums to learn more about the history of both Surabaya as a city and Indonesia as a country. At the end of the day, all I can say is that I am very satisfied with this tour, and if I didn’t sign up for the tour, I might have spend more money for the transportation fee to each of the museum, a great deal I’ve made so far.
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10 Things I Prepared for my First EVER Hostel Stay! (English)

I can’t believe the fact that I will be travelling for 2 weeks all alone!

Hostel itself is a cheaper version of Hotel, where I will be staying in a room with other people, depending on how many beds are available inside the room. The separation of gender in some hostels are also different, some hostels mixed both genders inside the room, while some other hostels separates both genders into their own room. There is also a private room available for 2 person, but because I am going for solo travelling, I will be staying in the room with the most beds (usually 10-12 beds)

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