Hawai Water Park Malang

Back in Singapore now…. We had such a fun and relaxing holiday last week in Malang! This time we didn’t really do much… We mainly just stayed at home, went out only to visit relatives or to go to eating places…..

We managed to go to Hawai Water Park, though. It’s a brand new attraction in Malang, just opened last month.

We went there last Tuesday. We arrived at around 2 o’clock in the afternoon.


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Durian…. Glorious Durian….


Hello everyone, we are on a holiday in Malang, Mamae’s hometown at the moment…. For the past four days, we’ve been relaxing, having fun, and…. eating like crazy! Indonesian food is really the best…. Everytime we come to Indonesia, we’d eat out everyday….

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Batu: Museum Angkut, Pasar Apung and D’Topeng Kingdom Museum

If you go to Malang, you might want to visit Batu, a small town located around 15 km west of Malang city centre. The town lies on the slopes of a mountain, Mount Welirang, thus has beautiful views and cool mountain air.

There are a lot of things to see and do in Batu. We didn’t have enough time, though, so we only went to Museum Angkut, Pasar Apung and D’Topeng Kingdom Museum, all located in the same area.

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Out and About in Malang

Malang is not too big, but there are quite a lot of things to see and do there. In this post I’m going to tell you about Alun-alun Tugu, Candi Badut, and indoor playgrounds.

This is Alun-alun Tugu, a small park right in the middle of the city. The white building in the background is the city hall.


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Museum Malang Tempo Doeloe


If you go on a holiday in Malang, you really should visit Museum Malang Tempo Doeloe. It’s a small but nice museum about Malang throughout the years, from the time of the Hindu and Buddhist kingdoms to the present day.

The first few parts of the museum are about Malang at the time of Hindu and Buddhist kingdoms, when Malang was a part of a small Hindu kingdom Kanjuruhan in the sixth century, until it became a part of the vast Hindu-Buddhist empire Majapahit in late thirteenth century.

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Our Holiday in Malang, Indonesia

Taken from Google Map

Taken from Google Map

We just came back from our holiday in Indonesia last week. We stayed with Oma and Opa in Malang, East Java, for one week.

We took a two hour flight from Singapore to Surabaya. Mamae’s sister Tia Sita joined us at the airport and then we took a car to Malang. The car trip took around two hours too.

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