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Hotel Masa Kini (占碑)

Jln. Ki Hajar Dewantara no. 121 Kuala Tungkal, Tanjung Jabung Barat, 占碑 印度尼西亚
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Jln. Ki Hajar Dewantara no. 121 Kuala Tungkal, Tanjung Jabung Barat, 占碑 印度尼西亚
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Hotel Masa Kini really is a family hotel. There are yellowing pictures of the founding couple on the Hajj and at various family events hanging in the lobby and the teenage and married kids occupy rooms and staff the joint, often engaging in cheerful and loud conversations, as families do. It's a fairly low-energy operation that, like a family, ignores you, maintaining a certain reserve with the interlopers in their midst. But when you make a request, unlike most families, they spring, startled out of their domestic bliss, into wide-eyed action with bouncy enthusiasm. At least the teenage boys do, who are the front men of the operation; the married ladies just continue shepherding their tiny children about the place, passing by with some trepidation. The rooms are clean, the beds are hard but comfortable, the AC is new and effective, the bathrooms have Western-style toilets and a nice cool (meaning no hot water but why would you want it) shower, and the boys have got into the habit of spraying the room with mosquito killer the moment they see me step out of the car; not that it has total efficacy. Best to apply your own. Perhaps in honour of my repeat visit or perhaps because it meant less walking for the lads, who rarely seem to leave their post in the lobby where they can lounge on the sofa and play on their phones, I was given one of the rooms off the reception area. It was as described above, with a double and single bed, was painted bright green and was windowless, as is so often the case in Indonesian hotels and, indeed, homes. However, further investigation did reveal a window, at the end of a very narrow corridor that ran past the door to the bathroom and ended a couple of metres further on at a curtained window that looked onto the driveway in which some of the middle-sized children were fond of playing football and the like. After the first night I asked to move upstairs because the teenagers on night shift kept up a loud conversation with soundtrack until around 10.30pm, which was a bit late after the 9-hour drive to get into bed. The said teenagers cheerfully bounced into action when I made my request later the next day and looked somewhat abashed when I said the move was occasioned by noise. They have been noticeably subdued ever since. However, the mums and small kids took over the lobby last night, judging by the different, now somewhat muffled, noises and slightly earlier cessation of play. So I was glad to have moved. The hotel also has an 'aula', a large room meant to sleep 80, presumably on mats, so if you don't like travelling, or sleeping, alone this might be perfect for you. Breakfast is taken in the conservatory or at least looking out onto a small fishpond and potted plants artfully arranged in an artificial rock garden. The table has a TV conveniently located right above it and you can keep up with the latest celebrity gossip or Malaysian cartoons (helpfully subtitled in Indonesian), depending on who has control of the remote. There is no choice of main dish: it is nasi goreng, somewhat spicy, with a fried egg. Cooked by one or other of the young mums, still in their pyjamas. Coffee or tea. The hotel is located walking distance from the 'CBD' but it's pretty quiet around the place. Apart from the mosque diagonally opposite. Though the call to prayer is provided by a professional on CD, which is quite lovely and a welcome relief after the live amateur improvisations common elsewhere. There is a warung opposite the hotel that closes before sunset and the food is good enough, served by a gang of girls in matching outfits; a different colour every day. Thursday was green, Friday purple. A couple of hundred metres walk along the road of roaring motorcycles and creeping, shark-like cars, with occasional forays onto the sidewalk, when it's not occupied by examples of the former and latter or food stalls or holes or building material etc, gets you into the throbbing hub that is downtown Kuala Tungkal. About 100m from the hotel, on the left, is an ATM. Useful when you realise you don't have enough cash to pay the hotel bill. They don't accept credit cards.
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