ATTRACTIONS NEARBY MT.BROMO

Within Surabaya

Mount Ijen

The Ijen volcano complex is a group of composite volcanoes located on the border between Banyuwangi Regency and Bondowoso Regency of East Java, Indonesia. It is inside a larger caldera Ijen, which is about 20 kilometres wide. The Gunung Merapi stratovolcano is the highest point of that complex.

Pananjakan

The most visited place to for Milky Way is from Pananjakan peak with altitude 2,770 meters high, The Pananjakan peak known as the highest and only possible reached by The private Jeep from Hotel near Bromo mountain. Pananjakan Peak not only good place for Photograph but also good for the Sunrise, Sunset Photograph.

Madakaripura Waterfall

Madakaripura Waterfall is the most popular waterfall in Java Island. It is located at Sapih village, lumbang district of Probolinggo City. Madakaripura waterfall tour easy reach from Mount Bromo Tengger National Park only one hour from Mount Bromo area and about three hours driving from the capital of East Java, Surabaya.

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Bali

Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. The island is home to religious sites such as cliffside Uluwatu Temple. To the south, the beachside city of Kuta has lively bars, while Seminyak, Sanur and Nusa Dua are popular resort towns. The island is also known for its yoga and meditation retreats.

Malang

Malang is a city in East Java, Indonesia. Prized by the Dutch for its mild highland climate, the city retains much of its colonial architecture. The Balai Kota building blends Indonesian and Dutch styles, and grand mansions line the main boulevard, Jalan Besar Ijen. North of the city, the Buddhist-Hindu Singosari Temple ruins are a remnant of a medieval kingdom. To the east is Mt. Bromo, a volcano with hiking trails.

Yogyakarta

Yogyakarta (often called “Jogja”) is a city on the Indonesian island of Java known for its traditional arts and cultural heritage. Its ornate 18th-century royal complex, or kraton, encompasses the still-inhabited Sultan’s Palace. Also within the kraton are numerous open-air pavilions that host classical Javanese dance shows and concerts of gamelan music, characterized by gongs, chimes and plucked string instruments.