Malang, a city awarded as the loveliest town in South East Asia during the colonial times. Until this date it has remained one of Indonesia's most beautiful cities, drifting along in an air of nostalgia. It is where old Dutch planters and civil servants used to retire to a life of ease and luxury, surrounded by hilly apple and tea plantations. It is also the departure point for an early morning trip to the magnificent Mt. Bromo.
Tugu Malang is located at the heart of the old town, looking out to the main monument of Indonesia's struggle for independence and a beautiful lotus pond park.
Tugu Malang houses a vast, priceless collection of antiques influenced by the Javanese Babah Peranakan (the hundreds-years-old mixed culture between the Chinese migrants in Java and the native Javanese). Tugu Malang is more than just a hotel; it has become most indigenous, most essential in experiencing the beautiful richness of the history of Java.