Indra Inn - Bukit Lawang
* Indra Inn reviews (7 reviews)
Accommodation in Bukit Lawang
Indra Inn and Restaurant is located at the top end of Bukit Lawang close to the Jungle Inn and crossing to the Bohorok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre. It is run by Iwan and his family who really know how to look after their guests. Iwan is one of the best jungle guides available as his father and grandfather were some of the first to take tourists into the jungle.
One of 2 Bungalows overlooking the river and part of the restaurant also over looking the river. 50,000Rp per night with shared bathroom.
2 Rooms upstairs with nice balcony and view over the river. 100,000Rp per night. Each room has private bathroom and mosquito nets over the bed
View across river to Gunung National Park and down jungle path
The new rooms for 3 people at Indra Inn were completed in 2012. There are 2 rooms availale each with a balcony, private bathroom, 2 doubles beds and 1 single bed.
Jungle View Room B 250,000Rp per night
Jungle View Room A 300,000Rp per night
Bungalow with shared bathroom 50,000Rp per night
Standard room with bathroom western toilet 100,000Rp per night
New rooms at Indra Inn with views over to the Jungle. Jungle View Room A 200,000Rp per night, Jungle View Room B 250,000Rp per night.
Rooms have mosquito nets over the beds.
Indra Inn and Restaurant
Jl. Orang Utan Center Bukit Lawang
North Sumatera 20774 Indonesia
Mobile: +62 813 9737 5818 or 0813 9737 5818 you can send SMS message to make a booking or call directly to Obiwan
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 1st September 2012
Iwan owner of Indra Inn and one of the best trekking guides in Bukit Lawang.
Review submitted 23rd December 2012 - from Linnea & Pernilla from Finland
We recommend Indra Inn to everyone looking for company that makes you laugh and cares about you throughout your stay in they cutes jungle village of Bukit Lawang. You gave us the best experience of Indonesia altogether, really not exaggerating! Thank you John, Jacka and Obiwan. We will miss you and always when we think of you we will smile and feel happy.
Review submitted 1st September 2012 - from Kara
My husband and I stayed at Indra Inn in Bukit Lawang in early July. We would like to thank Obi-Wan and his beautiful family for a very pleasant, relaxing stay. We also wish to thank our jungle guide, Dedi, for an exciting and pleasantly strenuous jungle trek! I've attached some photos from our stay. I can't seem to find a direct email for Obi-Wan, so please pass our thanks on to him and his wife. We wish we'd had more time to stay in Bukit Lawang to enjoy the kind hospitality, beautiful setting and delicious food. Thank you!
Review submitted 27th July 2012 - David from Australia
I stayed at Indra Inn for 3 nights. I stayed in one of the new rooms located behind the kitchen which was really nice. A great balcony to sit and look out over the jungle and up the jungle path. Obiwan is a great host and looks after everyone. It's really cool sitting in the restaurant with all the local guys playing guitar and singing songs.
Review submitted 3rd August 2011 - from Heleen from the Netherlands
We stayed in Indra Inn for 4 days in june 2011. We have had a very very nice stay. The jungle with Obiwan, Jacka and another guide was fabulous. We've seen so many orang utan's, gibbons, kameleon, the great hornbill etc. Obiwan is a very nice guide, good host, he has a nice place to stay, the food is very good. We loved to be there and i hope i will come back there again. Thank you guys again for these fantastic days. We still miss you, big hug & greetings from Heleen, Yuri & Nena
Review submitted 11th February 2010 - from Karola Norbat
We stayed in Indra Inn for a few days, and had a really pleasant stay. We also went to the jungle with Obiwan and his crew, which we loved!!! They were so nice and we had a lot of fun. We will never forget it! Waking up with all the monkeys surrounding us was amazing. And they know so much about the jungle, very interesting! We will definitely come back soon!
3rd May 2009 Stuart and Antoinette - Melbourne Australia
Wow, Iwan was such amazing host and very freindly. Iwan and Ranaldo took us into the jungle overnight and looked after us amazingly. We highly recommend eating drinking and fellowshipping at the Indra Inn. Thank you Iwan you are a a good man we had a fantastic time and will be back soon.
2nd January 2009 Scott from Sydney Australia
I've stayed at Indra Inn a few times over the last 6 years. Iwan and his crew are a good laugh and take care of everything you need. The Thomas Leaf room upstairs is awesome with the french doors that open up completely to have a great view down the Bukit Lawang path.
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