View of paddy terraces from balconyLiving room

Entire home/flat

4 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds

Entire home/flat

4 Guests

2 Bedrooms

2 Beds

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About this listing

A modern apartment set amongst paddy terraces on outskirts of Semarang . . . bordering Ungaran. 2 BR & 1 Bath. Shared open joglo sitting area to relax. Traditional Javanese breakfast is included. Car with driver is available ( chargeable ).

The space
Accommodates: 4
Bathrooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Beds: 2
Pet Owner: Cat(s)
Room type: Entire home/flat


Extra people: No Charge
Weekly Discount: 15%


The space

A self contained 2 Bedroom / 1 Bath / 1 Living Room apartment with the following facilities :
(i) Each bedroom is furnished with a king-sized minimalist teak poster bed, a partner's desk and sofa/easy chairs.
(ii) Comfortable bathroom is equipped with hot-water shower, hairdryer, ect.
(iii) LED TVs with cable
(iv) Fridge
(v) Complimentary drinks incl. tea, ginger tea, coffee, cappucino, white coffee, chocolate drink with hot / cold water Dispenser
(vi) Bath towels provided
(vii) Laundry service available
(viii) Housekeeping services

Guest access

Private entrances to 2nd floor apartment

Interaction with guests

We are always ready to assist in anyway incl :
(i) Airport pick-up / drop-off
(ii) Tour / Flight arrangements
(iii) Banking issues . . . and so on

Our housekeeping staff is able to assist with other more mundane matters.

The neighbourhood

Semarang city, although more commonly known as a commercial / industrial centre for the province of Central Java, has numerous places of interest & loads of nice restaurants and cafes. Among the places of interest are :
(i) Lawang Sewu is Dutch colonial administration building of significance;
(ii) Kota Lama shows off the old city centre of Semarang with historic buildings including a 1753 Immanuel Protestent Church - the largest in the province. Numerous resto & cafes have sprung up in the old city;
(iii) Vihara BuddagayaWatugong represents the largest p(SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) in Indonesia;
(iv) Chinatown
(v) Night culinary centre of Jl Pahlawan & Taman KB
(vi) Sam Po Kong Temple
(vii) Great Mosque of Central Java
(viii) Gua Kreo
(ix) Hutan Tinjomoyo
and so on

The adjoining town of Ungaran ( Regency of Semarang ) offers even more sights & places of interest. These include :
(i) Kawasan Wisata Pergunungan Bandungan
(ii) Candi Gedong Songo
(iii) Taman Wisata Kopeng
(iv) Rawa Pening
(v) Ambarawa Colonial Railway Station
(vi) Umbul Sidomukti
(vii) Curug Benowo
(viii) Curug Lawe
(ix) Kali Pancur Waterfalls
(x) Kampung Kopi Banaran
(xi) Balemong Resort
(xii) Watu Gunung
(xiii) Vanaprastha Gedong Songo Park
(xiv) Kawasan Wana Wisata Penggaron
(xv) Taman Djamoe Indonesia
(xvi) Tlogo Plantation Resort
(xvii) Green Valley: Training, Gathering & Outbound
(xviii) Kopeng Treetop Adventure Park
(xix) New Bandungan Indah Waterpark
(xxi) Hills Joglo Villa, Resor Bernuansa Pedesaan
(xxii) Kencana Agrowisata Resort
(xxiii) Medini Tea Plantation

Off the northern coast of Semarang lies the Karimujawa archipelago . . . some 120 km away. The Karimunjawa National Marine Park Reserve is only one of seven in Indonesia. The white-sand beaches of the 27 coral fringed islands are sublime. Swimming is wonderful and the pace of life as relaxed as a destination defined by coconut palms and turquoise seas should be. Diving & snorkeling opportunity abound.

Other things to note

Do not miss the opportunity to visit the numerous handicrafts & cottage industry centres unique to this region. These are spread across villages & towns in central Java incl. :
Batik - Pekalongan, Solo, Kudus, Yogya
Brassware - Ds. Growong, Juwana
Embroidery - Ds. Padurenan, Kudus
Birdcages - Ds. Megawon, Kudus
Traditional drums " terbang bedhug " - Ds. Tanubayan, Demak
Furniture & Wood-based industry - Jepara
Hand-woven Ikats - Ds. Troso & Ds. Tedunan, Kec. Wedung
Water-hyacinth woven furniture & handicrafts - Tuntang, Kec. Semarang / Ds. Jambu, Bantul
Bamboo handicrafts - Ds. Ngablak, Salatiga
Pelepah pisang ( Banana leaf stem ) / kulit jagung ( corn husk ) hand-woven handicrafts - Ds. Kaloran, Temanggung
Copper products - Boyolali
Gamelan makers - Ds. Wirun, Sukoharjo
Carved cattle/buffalo horn handicraft - Ds. Pucang, Secang
Kain tenun lurik - Ds. Tlingsing, Klaten
Terracota pottery - Ds. Kasongan, Bantul / Ds. Klampok, Banjarnegara / Ds. Kunden, Kendal / Ds. Bayat, Klaten
Rattan Furnishing - Klaten



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