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- I would like to say thank you for the excellent service. Ms. Enggar tour operator very helpful and fast responses & the team during the tour was super amazing too ! Especially our photographer , he super nice and took amazing picture for us.Written August 1, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Being the largest volcanic region in the province, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park covers a massive area of 800 square km in the center of East Java. Visitors who have an eager interest in volcanic activities must come to the park and witness the smoke of ashes coming from Mount Semeru, an active volcano that rises 3,676 meters above sea level.
Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park is the only conservation area in Indonesia that has a 10 km sea of sand called Tengger, from which four new volcanic cones have emerged. Those volcanic cones are Mount Batok (2,470 m), Mount Kursi (2,581 m), Mount Watangan (2,661 m), and Mount Widodaren (2,650 m).
However, Mount Bromo is still the only one that is active. Temperatures at the top of Mount Bromo range about 5-18 degrees Celsius. Heading south of the park is a rolling upland plateau divided by valleys and decorated with several scenic lakes reaching to the foot of Mount Semeru.
Tengger sand sea with its 5.250 hectares area will make a perfect place to walk around or ride a horse and feel like a wild west cowboy. You can also hike to the top of Mount Bromo or, if you feel challenged enough, to the summit of Mount Semeru, which is the highest mountain in the land of Java. For other options, you can watch the beautiful sunrise from Ranu Kumbolo, where the sun will slowly emerge from the valley between the two hills something just like a fairytale. You can also visit the nearby waterfalls such as Madakaripura, Coban Sewu, Coban Pelangi, and Coban Jahe waterfalls.;
Most of Tengger natives embrace Hindu teachings as their religion. Therefore, there are a number of Hindu temples around Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. You can visit Kidal Temple, Luhur Poten Temple, Mandara Giri Semeru Agung Temple, and Jago Temple to marvel at the historical magnificence.
Besides all the natural wonders, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park also has its own cultural charm. Ngadas, a serene village up on the slopes of Mt. Bromo, will be a fun thing to not be missed. Situated in the highlands only 6,5 KM away from the majestic Mt. Bromo, the average temperature is around 0 - 25 degrees Celsius, with cool to relatively cold refreshing air. The villagers, which mainly consist of Tengger natives, still practice the ancient rituals and ceremonies that are believed to bring order, good fortune, and prosperity.Written July 12, 2022This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Very bright idea to change a dirty area into a very good one with colorful and 3D arts. I really appreciated the initiators. The local people should keep it good and give good service.Written January 12, 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I love all things in here
The price also not expensive which for me, it's very good point of sales to bring people back here for a couple times
I came here with my couple, I tried archery (using simple bow and arrow, haha)
but it is meaningful to meWritten January 7, 2021
- Sempu Island
Sempu is an island located 800 meters from the southern coast of the province of East Java in Indonesia, about 70 km south of the city of Malang. The island is 3.9 km long and 3.6 km wide. Its topography is largely rolling hills whose altitude ranges from 50 to 100 meters above sea levelWritten March 16, 2019
- We went from Malang and that was a long drive!
Very nice beach but little too much trash everywhere!
I would have like to swim but it is not allowed!Written January 28, 2020
- - Reasonable priced entrance tickets, though children taller than 85cm needs to pay full tickets. You do need to pay extra to rent lockers, floaters (30k each - to ride on the slides and swim in the lazy river pool) as well as food and beverage. You can't bring your own F&B.
- The area is quite cool, even on a hot days, thanks to the greens and trees that they've planted around the place.
- The bathrooms are surprisingly clean and of good size; water is great and the lighting is bright.
- The locker area could be cleaner, but since it's sort of outdoorsy, it can't be helped.
- The pools and slides are fun, but the whole area is lacking supervision from the guards and cleaning staffs. Plenty of fallen leaves in the pools and the children pool has no guards to watch over.
- We did feel some discomfort, because smoking is allowed in the area.
Overall, we still had fun and would return one day. If bringing children, you must make sure that you watch them all the time by yourself, in case of anything.Written August 18, 2019
- This place is located in museum angkut area.. If you come to museum angkut.. You can also come to this museum free..
They have a lot of mask collection.. You will learn about the story behind the mask and know about all mask from all over indonesia..
But the museum looks like still on development..Written March 29, 2018
- One of the popular natural tourism objects in Malang for more than 2 decades. From the highway it is quite far, but can be reached by private vehicle. From the parking lot to the location of the waterfall, it is quite close, with complete facilities around it, starting from vehicle parking, food stalls, and toilets. It is advisable for visitors not to give food to the monkeys, in order to avoid attacksWritten April 24, 2021
- It was a Saturday and also a holiday season so it was quite crowded but it didn't prevent us to enjoy the beautiful and colorful lanterns. The site is located a bit outside the city and the ticket costs IDR 75k per person since it's the high season. Usually it's around 50k outside the high season. Additional charges for the boat ride and the theme park rides.
The place is open from 6pm to 11pm. They didn't allow outside food and drinks. There was a big glowing christmas tree right after you enter since it's the christmas holiday. You just need to follow the route to get to the next zone. There are many pretty lanterns in many shapes also a lot of photo spots to snap some pictures.
The entrance fee is a bit too expensive for whatever is offered, although it's pretty. It is also almost similar to Batu Night Spectacular. Nonetheless, it is a pretty good night activity in Malang tho.Written January 7, 2020
- 1. Entry fee is 10.000 IDR / person
2. Car parking fee is IDR 15000, but you can pay IDR 20000 if parking atendee ask some money to you
3. It has white sand, with big wave, be careful!
4. You can get launch in restaurant around beach: cheap.Written May 4, 2019
- The beauty of the beach is not inferior to the Tiga Warna Beach. Some even call this beach the Raja Ampat of Malang. When the Saturday Sunday holiday, this place is crowded with visitors. The manager should be able to anticipate this by providing sufficient rubbish bins and coast guards at several points #batulocalguides #letsguideWritten August 2, 2019
- The unique is the barrier reef surrounded the beach. Its 1.5m height, and fortunately blocking the big wave from the beach. There's also a small hill of rock which could be climbed. You could see amazing scenery from the top of the hill especially during sunset.
However during rainy season its very dangerous to climb since it's very slipperyWritten October 4, 2018
- Located on the center of the city, the square is great place to unwind and meeting friends. So many trees covered the square. #perfectWritten April 20, 2019
- We went from Malang and road there is small, full of slow trucks and a NIGHTMARE! Took the full tour and it was worth it!
When you go there take a water bottle and be prepare to hike to see and experience the best parts!
The view is beautiful!Written January 28, 2020
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- The best day trips from Malang according to Tripadvisor travelers are:
- 1 Day - Amazing Bromo Sunrise tour with 7 spots // 00.30 -13.00
- Mount Bromo Sunrise & Madakaripura Waterfall Tour from Surabaya or Malang
- 1Day - Bromo Sunrise Tour via Malang
- Mount Bromo Sunrise Trip Depart Midnight
- Bromo sunrise tour via Tumpang - start Malang // 1 day tour