Would like to visiting 1930 era and spend the nights like a Tarzan?

18 Sep

Hello Visitors! Long time no see! I’ve just had a great vacation with my family a week ago, and I’ll share it all for you my dear visitors! 😀

I spent my holiday in Malang, a unique town which is located on East Java, Indonesia. Malang is a popular spot in tourism and become to a tourist destination, because there are many interesting places to visit. Check it out! What I got there!

(My little sister loves this chocolate parfait ice-cream, yummy!)

First place, I’ll take you to the ‘classic restaurant’, Toko Oen. You can order some meals and ice cream which taste are so 40’s! Lol, Yea, If you enter this restaurant, it’ll bring you back to that time, because this restaurant still maintains its interior design since 1930. Waoooo, It’s so long looooong time ago, isn’t it? At that time, Indonesia was still colonized by the Dutch, that’s why you can see the ornament which is written in Dutch language.

(Toko Oen, Malang, East Java, Indonesia)

The second place that I’ve visited is Jatim Park 2. There are 2 kinds of Parks. If you visit Jatim Park 1, you’ll have many kinds of games for fun, but I prefer to visit Jatim Park 2, because it not only has fun games, but it also has an interesting museum and also zoo. Make sure that you have a lot of time to visit Jatim Park 2, because you’ll need a whole day for walking around this area! 😀

(Jatim Park 2 Museum – Mammoth Fossil)

(Jatim Park 2 Museum – Animals Preservation)

(Jatim Park 2 – Batu Secret Zoo)

Hmmm… Or maybe you want to be Tarzan? Don’t worry! There is also a ‘tree-house’ which located near to the zoo! Just open your window, and yell out “AUO…UO…UO…” then all of the animals can hear you! You can stay in this unique hotel for couple days and enjoy your ‘wild life’ like a Tarzan 😉

(Jatim Park 2 – Pohon (Tree) Inn)

And for last, I’ll take you to my favorite restaurant, Lol, maybe you will surprise because this traditional meal is served on the banana leaf, not on the plate. But, trust me, it’s sooooooo delicious! Yummy! This traditional meal called ‘pecel madiun’. It’s similar to salad, but for sauce is made from peanuts and served along with rice. Enjoy it! :9

(Pecel Madiun – traditional meal from East Java)

That’s all my dear visitors, I hope that you enjoy in reading this post! Have a nice day for you all!


10 Responses to “Would like to visiting 1930 era and spend the nights like a Tarzan?”

  1. almira sita September 18, 2011 at 4:47 pm #

    thank god, u have another post haha
    welcome back to blog yaaaaank… 🙂

    u came to jatim park again??uwaaaaow…was that another jatim park u visited before or the same?
    by the way…i love the Tree Inn…tell us more about wat is in?

  2. nilanila September 19, 2011 at 7:06 am #

    Hey sai2, Yea, just got vanished for a while :p
    Now I’m back 😀

    Inside Tree Inn, you can find an ordinary room, just like in other hotels.
    What makes Tree Inn is very special? It located near to the zoo, and even so close! If you open the window, you can see all of the animals in that zoo 🙂

    So, come and visit Jatim Park sai2 😉

  3. pampe September 19, 2011 at 12:33 pm #

    Mbak, ikutan giveaway ku ya ^^



  4. Kortney September 21, 2011 at 2:07 am #

    Hi!! I’m stopping by from the Super Stalker Sunday Blog Hop! Thanks so much for linking up with us this week! Hope you are having a great week!!

    See you again next week for more fun Super Stalking,
    Kortney @ Kortney’s Krazy Life

    • nilanila September 23, 2011 at 4:11 pm #

      thanks for stopping by Kortney,
      Nice to share 😀

  5. thriftyninja September 23, 2011 at 4:14 am #

    Looks like you had a lot of fun!

    I wanted to let you know you were featured on Thrifty Ninja’s Follow Me Friday! 🙂 congrats!

    • nilanila September 23, 2011 at 4:09 pm #

      WAOOOOO!!!! I’m so excited! thanks a lot thrifyninja for featuring my blog! xD

  6. Jamie@dayandagedesign September 23, 2011 at 10:30 pm #

    Wow! What an interesting trip you had! That last dish does look delicious! Thanks for linking up last week!

  7. Maryanna Viener October 13, 2011 at 6:44 am #

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