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Solo, Indonesia Hotels & Resorts - The Hotel Ibis Solo is located in the city center where numerous attractions await, the hotel sits alongside the Novotel, close to the Bustling main street
Solo, Indonesia Youth Hostels - iterally surrounded by the city's numerous cultural attractions and close to find shopping.
Solo, Indonesia Youth Hostels - The Hotel is very close to supermarket, night life such as bar,discotique and clubs. It is only 10 minutes to Mangkunegaran Palace, 25 minutes to Sukuh Erotic Temple.
Solo, Indonesia Youth Hostels - Rumah Turi is one of boutique hotel, Located in the city center and 'crowded peacefull village' of Solo
Solo, Indonesia Hotels & Resorts - OmahSinten is designed as a public space, a business area integrating into local wisdom (Javanese culture). The past civilization reappears with the current package to meet the present society\'s taste.
Ubud, Indonesia Sight-Seeing Tours - Ubud will be your base for this active tour. Jump into a 4X4 jeep for off-road adventures; get wet with white water rafting, and saddle up for exhilarating downhill bike rides
Jogyakarta, Indonesia Sight-Seeing Tours - Discover the volcanoes, ancient temples, shrines and plantations of Central Java; with stunning resort stays, horse rides and trips to local villages
Banda, Indonesia Sight-Seeing Tours - The Toraja people are famous for their dancing and carving skills and elaborate funeral rituals. On this tour you’ll delve deep into their unique culture as you stay in the Toraja capital.
Bukit, Indonesia Sight-Seeing Tours - Tour Bali in a convertible VW amphibious jeep. Drive to black lava fields, active volcanoes, local markets and ancient temples and discover life on a traditional Balinese compound
Denpasar, Indonesia Sight-Seeing Tours - Go to Candidasa in the east of Bali. Stop on the way to visit the small fishing village of Kusumba, with its salt-making huts and colorful fishing boats.