All of these temples can be visited in one day from Malang by public transport and with the addition of ojeks if you want to speed things up. Candi Singosari Candi Singosari is a pretty temple located about 12 kilometres north of Malang built in the early 14th century to commemorate the death of Kertanegara, the last king of the Singosari dynasty who according to legend died in 1292. The ... Read more about Singosari temples .
It's an area filled with immense beauty and a daytrip here from Malang is worth the minor inconvenience involved in touring around the region. To reach Batu, catch an ADL angkot from central Malang to the Landungsari angkot terminal for 2,500 rupiah. From here, regular angkots make the 30-minute journey up the hill to the Batu angkot terminal for 3,000 rupiah. Then the following sights are ... Read more about Batu area .
It's free to browse the collection of pottery, furniture and puppets and it is also possible to purchase many of the items on display if something in particular takes your fancy. In a city light on tourist activities, this is a highlight that only takes about 15 minutes to spin ... Read more about Ban Lam Antique Gallery .
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