East Java is one of the provinces and one of the most beautiful places in Indonesia. East Java has something to
offer travellers who love nature. East Java is also considered as a national industrial province.
The provincial capital is located in Surabaya, one of the largest cities in Indonesia. Surabaya is a modern industrial
city, considered the economic and trading centre of Eastern Java as well as home to the nation’s navy. The city is
also an ideal base to explore the other attractions of East Java including Mt Bromo.
East Java is also home to the iconic Mount Bromo. Mount Bromo is an active volcanic mountain inside the giant
Tengger caldera, one of Indonesia’s most scenic destination in East Java, famous for sunrise views and the
panorama over the caldera with Semeru volcano in the background. On your visit to Bromo you will watch sunrise.
You’ll also cross the sea of sand with a jeep and climb the stairs to get the Bromo crater. After visiting Bromo, do
not forget to visit Madakaripura Waterfall, this spectacular waterfall lies hidden at the end of a deep valley in the
foothills of the Tengger range. Madakaripura Waterfall is even dubbed as the tallest waterfall in Java and the
second tallest waterfall in Indonesia. Believed to be the final meditation place of military Commander-in-Chief,
Gajah Mada, of the great Javanese kingdom of Majapahit in East Java. To reach this, you need to trek about 20
minutes along the riverbank.
Another popular destinations in East Java is Malang. Malang is the second largest city in East Java. With its cool
climate, mountain scenery and refreshing breezes. Malang tourism is quite popular for both the local Indonesians
as well as international travelers. Locals love to come here for a respite from everyday bustle finding this place
quaint and relaxing Malang city with many things to do like visit Apple Plantation, Museum Angkut, and etc.
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