Eco-Lodge - Bukit Lawang
* Eco-lodge reviews (6 reviews)
Accommodation in Bukit Lawang
Eco-Lodge, located on the bank of the Bohorok river, with peaceful and eco-friendly lodging, right next to the Gunung Leuser National Park. At the entrance to Bukit Lawang turn left and walk downstream of the river and then cross the suspension bridge across to Eco-Lodge.
They grew their own organic vegetables which are served within the restaurant which has a view over the river.
Eco-Lodge has 34 rooms with 4 different styles and prices.
Butterfly room - 8 rooms - 155,000Rp per night
With Bathroom and shower, fan + mosquito net
Siamang room - 6 rooms - 205,000Rp per night
Hornbill room - 12 rooms - 205,000Rp per night
Both Siamang and Hornbill room are large than the butterfly with bathroom and shower, fan and mosquito nets.
Orangutan room - 6 rooms - 250,000Rp per night
With open jungle bathroom, shower, fan, mosquito nets and internal garden area.
Thomas Leaf Monkey room have recently been built at Eco-lodge so brand new rooms. Price is 300,000Rp per night.
Open jungle bathroom
Bukit Lawang, Bohorok
North Sumatera Indonesia
Phone number - + 62 812 607 9983
If you would like a car to collect you from your hotel in Medan or from the airport and be taken to Bukit Lawang click here to contact us. Price is 600,000Rp (around 49 Euros) for up to 4 people. This is a quicker, safer trip of under 3 hours from your hotel. The vehicle used is a new air-conditioned Ford Everest SUV.
Contact us if you have a larger group and a price can be quoted for a larger vehicle.
Last updated 12th June 2009
Suspension bridge across to Eco-Lodge
6 reviews of Eco-Lodge
Review submitted 17th September 2011 - from Michael
Just returned from Norm's and my stay at Eco-Lodge. Beautiful location and grounds. Thanks to Norm's wife for booking the trip. We were very pleased with the rooms, the food and the service, including the very efficient and knowledgeable local guide for the jungle trek. We would recommend however, that Eco-Lodge consider changing the room checkout time. A 12 Noon checkout means a patron must checkout before they depart on the jungle hike. Consequently, a person does not have the convenience of showering and cleaning up after having been on a 5-hour jungle hike and maybe a white water raft float on the river.
Review submitted 15th November 2010 - from Steve
I stayed there recently and if you like a karaoke bar across the river then this is the place for you. For me it didn't add to the jungle atmosphere. Also if you get hungry then eat elsewhere as there are far better options available. The rooms were good but not worth the extra money
Review submitted 4th April 2010 - from Arwen
I just found the site! I stayed at the Eco-lodge in May 2009,Really Friendly staff, Nice cottages,
and efficient guides for the Rain forest tour. We would really come back an other time
and stay a couple of days more.
Review submitted 22nd January 2010 - from Jarno
It's been a while since i stayed here. It was during Idul Fitri 2008 but just found the website. During my stay the staff was very helpful and friendly, the rooms are very large and cleaner than most in Indonesia. The food is as fresh as it gets since most of it is grown in the backyard from the lodge. I really enjoyed my stay there and if i ever come back to Bukit Lawang i will definitely be staying at the eco lodge.
Review submitted 11th September 2009 - from Reinie from Holland
The Eco Lodge is fantastic! The rooms are basic, but large and clean. The food is delightful, the orang utans are close by, and the jungle is unbelievable beautiful. We are going to visit the lodge in a couple of months again . We can\'t wait!
Review submitted 16th June 2009 - from Alana United Kingdom
I stayed at this Eco Lodge when I came with Canterbury College, England in March 2009. I had a really nice time there, the views were amazing, the service was excellent and the food was really nice. Everyone there were so nice to us. Would love to stay there again.
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