Sam's Bungalows - Bukit Lawang

* Sam's Bungalows reviews (5 reviews)

 

 

 

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Sam's Bungalows are located at the top end of Bukit Lawang. Follow the path upstream of the Bohorok River around a 15 minute walk from the start of Bukit Lawang. It is located right next to Jungle Inn and the river crossing across to the Bohorok Orangutan Rehabilitation centre.

Sam's Bungalows Bukit Lawang       Inside rooms at Sam's Bungalows

 

Jungle Bathroom at Sam's Bungalows       Balcony at Sam's Bungalows

 View up the river at Sam's Bungalows

Sam's Bungalows have 5 rooms priced at 100,000Rp, 180,000Rp and 200,000Rp or 350,000Rp per night.

Contact number - +62 813 7009 3597 or 0813 7009 3597. This is a mobile phone so can accept SMS or text message for reservations.

 

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.

Read the comments from people who have used this service

contact us if you have a larger group and a price can be quoted for a larger vehicle.

 

Sumatra Travel now have available package tours to Bukit Lawang. For more details click here.

Last updated 29th August 2010

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  Hotel Reviews

16th September 2009 - review from Marco

We had a really good time in Bukit Lawang and at Sam's GH.
Sam and his family are really nice and helpful people. The rooms are really nice with great views and an open jungle bathroom where the monkeys visited us ;-)
The restaurant serves great food, esp. the Gado Gado!
The GH is one of the closest to enter Gunung Leuser National Park.

26th August 2009 - Carla from Holland

We had a lovely stay with these lovely people. I can recommend their bungalows to everybody. Especially nice we had a room for three persons

21st August 2009 - Travis from Scottsdale USA

Sam's is absolutely beautiful and charming. Sam's has very nice
rooms with mosquito nets and outstanding views of the river and 
jungle, easy walk to center of town or to lounge by river. His 
restaurant has delicious food on a spectacular verandah overlooking
the river. But Sam himself is simply gentle and friendly and a real
asset to Bukit Lawang

30th June 2009 - Ken from Austria

Absolute recommendation. Sam, the 27 years old owner is a very gentle and kind man who also acts as a guide. He was born in Bukit Lawang, survived the flood and has great experience. Rooms are simple but comfortable, food is good and beer is cold.

3rd February 2009 - Scott from Sydney Australia

The restaurant at Sam's Bungalow serves really good food and is a great place to chill out and look over the river to the Jungle

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