Surabaya and East Java

East Java has many natural attractions with its splendour volcanoes actives Mount Bromo and Kawah Ijen, and the many Park Nationals such as Baluran and Alas Purwo, the information about tourist destinations in East Java to help you visit easier Bromo and Kawah Ijen as the most popular tourism objects.

Surabaya
The city established by Raden Wijaya the first king of Majapahit Kingdom in 1923. As the second biggest city in Indonesia and the capital province of east Java, Surabaya has many tourist attraction especially the colonial building and the complete zoo in South East Asia with the giant lizard of Komodo, The traditional harbor of Kalimas with the Phinisi, Arabic quarter od Kampung Arab. China town of Kya-kya and the museum of sampoerna, the biggest cigarette factory.

Semeru
The highest peak is the 3.676 meter Gunung Semeru followed by Gunung Kepolo (3.035), Gunung Arcopodo (3.150m), Gunung Jambangan (.020 m)Gunung Bajangan (2.800 m), Gunung Ayek-ayek (2.819 m), Gunung Kumbolo (2.390 m), Gunung Lanang (2.313 m ), Gunung Iderider (2.527 m ), Gunung Widodaren (2.614 M ), Gunung Bromo (2.392M),Gunung Mungal (2.480 m), Gunung Batok (2.440m), ending at panoramic platform of Gunung Pananjakan (2.770 m ) which is about 14 km from the village of Wonokitri which is less than 2 km from the town Tosari.

Baluran
Reserve national where we find the habitat of last Javanese bulls and the others exotic animals. Blaluran is wild game preserve and occupies about 25.000 hectares of open savannah, and hill country to the north of banyuwangi. the park is a haven for a great variety of native animals and bird species including deers, wild pigs, buffalos leopards, peacocks, monkeys, and the banteng – the Javanese wild ox. you can abserves the animals in their native habitat from a specially constructed tower.

Sukamade
The beach in where the turtles leave their eggs to regeneration
Conservation efforts at Meru Betiri are Foused largely on the tour the nesting benches, of whies Sukamade is the most famous. Five species of turtle are known to lay eggs here. Emerging from the sea under cover of darkness, usually between about 9 pm and midnight, the turtle crawl slowly up the beach, deposit their eggs beneath half a meter of sand and return to the water in a process that takes several hour to complete

Malang
Malang is quiet and atmospheric, with magnificent scenery. the town is well situated for exploring some fine hindu temple ruins. the countryside on this run is particularly beautiful and malang is a pleasant city with just enough altitude to take the edge of the heat. it gets few western visitors, although it has good parks and trees and a large central market also it has many attractions in its surroundings, such as apple plantations, Coban Rondo Waterfall, Singosari temple etc.