Get a chance to win a two-night stay at The Shalimar Boutique Hotel, Malang!

Experience The Shalimar Boutique Hotel

The Shalimar Boutique Hotel in the city of Malang features a remarkable design with a strong Dutch colonial touch, renovated not too long ago to portray a combination of Peranakan and Javanese styles. A stay at The Shalimar Boutique Hotel brings a traditional sense of luxury and comfort. For more information about the hotel, please click here.

The Shalimar: A Fragment of Historical Treasure

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Contest ends on 28th February 2018. We will notify the winner within 10 business days of the date and make the announcement on our Instagram

Terms and conditions

One entry per person. Open to readers age 18 or over. Not open to Indonesia Design and prize sponsor employees. Not transferable and no cash alternative. Rooms subject to availability, blackout dates and advance booking is required. Winner will be notified within 10 business days of the draw and results will be published in Indonesia Design’s next print edition and on our Instagram. The winner will need to submit a copy of his/her ID Card or Passport cover to general@indonesiadesign.com, latest 30 days after the winner announcement. ID team will assist the winner to make a reservation. The voucher is not redeemable for cash and cannot be resold or exchanged.

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