3D2N Surabaya Tour Package + Mount Bromo Sunrise Itinerary
Day 01 Surabaya - Bromo D
Pick up at the time of you arrival at Juanda airport and we will transfer you to Bromo. This trip will take approximately 3 hours. Dinner at local restaurant and Overnight at hotel.
Day 02 Bromo Sunrise Tour - Surabaya City Tour B.L.D
Start your journey at 04.30 am to enjoy the beauty of nature and the splendid sunrise at Penanjakan by 4 while drive Then proceed to Mt. Bromo crater through the shimmering sea of sand. Breakfast and take hot shower at hotel. Free program until transfer you to Surabaya for Sightseeing tour, Tanggulangin leather industry visiting as well as grocery market and Submarine Monument, The House of Sampoerna, Mosque and Graveyard of Sunan Ampel, Tunjungan Plaza Shopping Mall. Lunch and Dinner will be provided at local restaurant. Check in hotel for overnight and then free at your own leisure.
Day 03 Transfer Out B
After Breakfast, free program until transfer you to airport for your next destination
Minimum 15 pax - RM799
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We can customize the tour package as per your budget and preference.
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Jalan Imbi, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
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Surabaya is Indonesia's second-largest city with a population of over 3.1 million (5.6 million in the metropolitan area), and the capital of the province of East Java. It is located on the northern shore of eastern Java at the mouth of the Mas River and along the edge of the Madura Strait.
The story goes that Surabaya's name derives from the Javanese words Suro, meaning shark, and Boyo, meaning crocodile. With over 6 million people, unpretentious Surabaya is the second-largest city in Indonesia, but it's a little lacking in sights. However, many people come here on business, and Surabaya is also a gateway city for Mount Bromo and Bali. The city's tree-lined streets, street parks and renovated pavements will impress those newly arrived from other cities in the archipelago, though in general the city's attractions tend to be more apparent to those who make it their home rather than to short-term visitors.
This national park is named after its two mountains, Mount Semeru (the highest in Java at 3,676m), Mount Bromo (the most popular) and the Tengger people who inhabit the area.
Mount Semeru also known as Mahameru ("Great Mountain"), is one of Indonesia's most active volcanoes. What stands out most about this mountain is the fact that it erupts periodically (and very reliably). Every 20min or so, the volcano belches out a huge cloud of steam and smoke, sometimes interspersed with ash and stones. Climbing Mount Semeru requires some planning and a permit from the national park authority. The mountain is often closed due to its highly active nature.