Photo: A real crowd pleaser.

Photo of Mini Tiga HomestayMini Tiga Homestay

Over-hyped and in need of a makeover

Jalan Pamugaran Bulak Laut, Pangandaran (in one of the laneways) T: (0265) 639 436  cathirigo@gmail.com

Mini Tiga Homestay

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The main reason to stay at this cosy spot is for the laidback backpacker atmosphere and not for the rooms.

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The communal area is a fantastic spot to socialise and meet new people or simply just relax and have a beer. But you pay a premium for this vibe, as the rooms are old and the beds of the foam variety only. The cold water bathrooms have Western toilets, but they are still not anywhere near the standard of the cheaper rooms of Bamboo House. In short, this place is in need of a makeover to keep pace with the competition. The decision to stay here is essentially for the aforementioned vibe and it has to be said that it is a compelling reason indeed, especially if travelling solo. Free WiFi and breakfast is also included in the tariff and make this place one of the top spots in town despite ageing facilities.

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Walk-in rates at Mini Tiga Homestay

Type of room
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Type of room, low and high season prices
Sgl fan private bathroom
90,000 rupiah
90,000 rupiah
Dbl fan private bathroom
110,000 rupiah
110,000 rupiah
Room: Sgl fan private bathroom, low season: 90,000 rupiah, high season 90,000 rupiah. Notes:
Room: Dbl fan private bathroom, low season: 110,000 rupiah, high season 110,000 rupiah. Notes:

Where is Mini Tiga Homestay

Mini Tiga Homestay
Jalan Pamugaran Bulak Laut, Pangandaran (in one of the laneways)
T: (0265) 639 436 
cathirigo@gmail.com
Room rates: Under 150,000 Rp

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