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BROMO ECO TOURISM (Putrajaya tour Malang) ) is a Malang, East Java, Indonesia-based tour operator recommended by Tripadvisor.
We recommend that you take a journey from Malang, Surabaya, or Banyuwangi because there are numerous tourist places that you must visit.
Monumment tugu of Malang
Malang is East Java’s second largest city. Its origins can be traced back to the Singhasari. Because of its cool climate, it was a popular destination for European residents during the period of Dutch colonization. People in East Java refer to it as the “Paris of East Java.”
Malang, along with its neighboring city of Batu, has emerged as the primary tourist destination in East Java. Families and friends come to spend their weekends in this heart-warming city because of the range of mountains that surround it, world-class theme parks that have been built here, pristine beaches on the south, and delicious cuisine.
Beaches: If you travel south, you will come across a coastline that faces the Hindia Ocean. Despite the fact that many beaches have been famous for a long time, new beaches are constantly being discovered and opened. Tiga Warna and Banyu Anjlok beaches are two examples of pristine beaches with clear water.
Mountains surround Malang. From the tallest, Semeru, to the shortest, Panderman. A range of mountains can be seen on the horizon from Malang city.
Many world-class theme parks have been built in Batu city. Secret Zoo, Animal Museum, Jatim Park 1, and numerous other options for people of all ages. Everything is very well managed, with beautiful architecture and well-maintained animals and technology.
The rainy season in Malang lasts from December to April. Meanwhile, rainfall is generally low in June, August, and November. May, September, and July saw the highest wind speeds. The average annual temperature ranges between 22 and 30 degrees Celsius. Malang is a pleasant city in comparison to larger cities.
From Malang, you can take a tour package such as:
Moumment of Surabaya
Surabaya (formerly Dutch: Soerabaja, Javanese: Suroboyo) is the capital of Jawa Timur (East Java) and Indonesia’s second-largest city. Located on northeastern Java island, on the edge of the Madura Strait. The city is known as Kota Pahlawan, or “city of heroes,” due to the importance of the Battle of Surabaya in galvanizing Indonesian and international support for Indonesian independence during the Indonesian National Revolution. Surabaya was once the largest city in the Dutch East Indies and the country’s trading center, surpassing Batavia and competing with Singapore and Hong Kong.
Surabaya is now a modern industrial city, economic and trading center in East Java, and the home of the Navy. Surabaya, as a metropolitan city, becomes the center of economic activity in East Java and the surrounding area. The majority of the population is employed in services, industry, and trade. Surabaya is the home of many large corporations.
Surabaya has two major airports: Juanda Terminal 1 and Juanda Terminal 2. Domestic flights and airlines are handled by Terminal 1. Terminal 2 handles international flights and airlines such as Garuda and Air Asia. Both airports are not adjacent, so make sure you know which one you are flying into/out of.
Surabaya has three train stations serving various routes. Pasar Turi is the main train station, and the other two are Gubeng and Surabaya Kota. These three stations serve all destinations in Java, including smaller cities. Terminal Purabaya is the main bus station, and it serves all destinations in most cities.
From Surabaya, you can take a tour package such as:
Moumment of Banyuwangi
Banyuwangi is East Java’s most eastern regency. Situbondo is the regency to the north. To the west, the regencies of Jember and Bondowoso border Banyuwangi. Bali is to the east, and the Indonesian Ocean is to the west. Banyuwangi has diverse natural scenery, rich art, culture, customs, and traditions due to its location.
Nature’s splendor stretches from west to east across Banyuwangi. The landscape of the regency is marked by mountains, forests, and beaches. For example, Ijen Crater in the western part of Banyuwangi is famous for its beautiful crater lake, traditional sulfur miners who miraculously climb up and down Mount Merapi’s slope, and the plantations that cover the Crater’s slope. Meru Betiri National Park is famous for its Java Tigers and turtles. These locations form the center of the Tourism Developed area known as the Diamond Triangle, which connects one Tourism Object to another.
Ketapang Port is a ferry port in Ketapang Village, Banyuwangi Regency, East Java, Indonesia that connects Java’s east coast with Bali. ASDP Indonesia Ferry, a state-owned port authority company, operates the port. Visitors planning a land trip to Bali can take a ferry from this port to Gilimanuk Harbor in west Bali, or vice versa from Bali to the island of Java. The average ferry ride between the two ports takes about an hour.
From Banyuwangi, you can take a tour package such as:
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