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Blitar, East Java, Indonesia
23 Sep — 24 Sep2
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Hotel Tugu Blitar
Hotel Tugu Blitar
9.1 Excellent
Jl. Merdeka 173, Blitar, Indonesia
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0.7 km from city centre, Blitar 
ExcellentBased on 25 reviews

This elegant hotel in Blitar provides free wireless internet, as well as an express check-in and check-out feature and 24-hour room service. It also offers a coffee bar, massage services and valet parking.

Grand Mansion Hotel Blitar
Grand Mansion Hotel Blitar
7.8 Good
Melati 90, Blitar, East Java, Blitar, Indonesia
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1.0 km from city centre, Blitar 
GoodBased on 7 reviews

Grand Mansion Hotel Blitar is situated in Blitar and is close to the area's well-known attractions.

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Cheapest month:September
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Blitar:S$ 36/night
Absolute cheapest price found:S$ 19/night
Cheapest day:Saturday
Most expensive day:Thursday
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S$ 25 - S$ 86
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About Blitar

Sitting at the foot of Mount Kelud, Blitar is a laid-back East Javan city. Its main claim to fame is being the birth and resting place of Indonesia's beloved founding father, Sukarno. Beyond its connection to the first President of Indonesia, Blitar is home to an ancient Hindu temple and a handful of gorgeous beaches.

Things to do

Classed as an active stratovolcano, Mount Kelud is part of the Pacific Ocean’s notorious Ring of Fire. Taxis and motorbikes will whisk you to the summit where you can unlock sweeping views over the city. Tour operators can also organise white water rafting, nature walks and overnight jungle treks.

If you’re interested in Indonesian history, a visit to the Sukarno Museum is a must. It celebrates the legacy of President Sukarno, who led his country’s struggle for Independence from the Netherlands. The museum is housed in his childhood home and features a riveting collection of memorabilia.

Dating back to the early Majapahit period, Candi Penataran is a magnificent temple complex nestled on the lower slopes of Mount Kelud. With its lush lawns, crumbling stone temples and ancient Hindu carvings, it’s an incredibly serene area to explore.

Indonesia can be steamy, so why not cool off with a trip to one of Blitar’s nearby beaches? Tambakrejo’s white sandy beach is a great place for a swim, while KedungTumpang is famous for its dramatic rock formations and aquamarine tidal pools.

Getting around

Blitar is compact and walkable, which means the easiest way to explore the city is on foot. Minibuses make regular trips to Candi Penataran with the drive taking around 30 minutes. Malang is just a two-hour drive to the north east and is known as the cultural heart of East Java. Blitar also offers easy access to popular Javan destinations like Yogyakarta, Borobudur and Prambanan.

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