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Bromo Travel Info Sharing

Post by LydiaLydia » Tue, 09 Sep 2008 10:20 am

Hi, I just went to Bromo, a volcano in Indonesia, with another 2 girls I met online from Aug 30 to Sept.1. We had a lot of fun together. It’s a great escape from the work. We spent S$480 for each for this tour( exclude the personal shopping).Now I am sharing the details of this tour with you, just in case you want to go there sometime with your friends.

For 3 PAX Per Person S$
Flight tickets 225
Visa 18

For 3 PAX Rp Per Person S$
Hotel 955,000 50
Car rental 1,700,000 89
Taxi 80,000 4
First day dinner 60,000 3
Bromo hotel parking 75,000 4
Coat rental 75,000 4
Jeep rental 400,000 21
Horse Riding 375,000 20
Surubaya dinner 7
Singgasana Massage 21
Some Toll&Parking 12,000 1
Tips 150,000 8
Airport Tax 150,000 8
Sub Total 238

Total 481

Aug 30 night: Bromo Permai Hotel. Cold at night. No aircon.But seems all the hotels there are around the same level.
Aug.31 night: Surabaya Singgasana Hotel, Nice place to stay and relax. It is about Four Star hotel.

If you have one more day to stay , I will suggest you stay in Kusuma Agro Wisata Hotel in Batu. It is close to the Apple garden. Beautiful place to relax.

Singeri Tour. We use this tour agent for car rental and hotel booking. It can offer you better price than you book directly from the hotel by yourself. You can email Ms. Eva: [email protected]
This tour agent is located in Singgasana Hotel. You can call Singgasana hotel and ask them to transfer you to Sinergi Tour company.

Please go to Bromo during its dry season: Apr.- Oct. If you go for the raining season, I think it may be dangerous when driving through the mountain. Please rent a local driver to drive you there, there are a lot of sharp turns on the mountain area. If you drive by yourself, and you are not familiar with the road there, it may have the accidents.

Have fun!


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Post by LydiaLydia » Tue, 09 Sep 2008 10:26 am

Sorry, I paste a excel file above, so it makes it looks massy. I type it again here. It is the per person S$ cost for each item:

Flight tickets 225
Hotel 50
Car rental 89
Taxi 4
First day dinner 3
Bromo hotel parking 4
Coat rental 4
Jeep rental 21
Horse Riding 20
Surabaya dinner 7
Singgasana Hotel Massage 21
Some Toll and Parking 1
Tips 8
Airport Tax 8
Total 481

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Post by ngkahhui » Thu, 11 Sep 2008 12:55 am


it is a cool information for any one who interested on the Bromo trip

defitintely i will use it as my guide line in future :)

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