Not literally a bad luck
Malang Travel Blog› entry 45 of 59 › view all entries
April 2nd, 2010 – by: herman_munster
Malang or Bad Luck (a direct English translation) has a breezy and cool climate. And it isnâ€™t densely populated as I could walk around and bumping to fewer people on the street. The town itself looks like a very well planned city. The city was established by Dutch at the closing decade of 18th century.
Day 2 I was still feeling weak after the pills I took I passed out in the noon. So half day was gone. The next day before leaving Malang in the noon I had a quick stroll along Alun-Alun where the busy street of Malang revolves. There was superb newly built Mosque side by side with Church infront of alun-alun. Then I took Angkot to Singosari Temple, it was located off the highway between Malang and Surabaya. After spending decent minutes (nothing much to do other than pictures) I took the bus heading to Probolingo. The journey took about 2 hours on the public bus crammed with local. It was Sunday, the day locals went to town doing some weekend outing with kids.
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