Ciputra Waterpark is one of the largest water ecotourism in Indonesia and even in Southeast Asia. Located in West Surabaya and standing in an area of 5 acres, Ciputra Waterpark water rides are inspired from fairy tale adventures of Sinbad. There are some rides in this Waterpark, like Sirens River, Chimera Pool, Marina Lagoon, Sinbad Playground, Roc Tower and Syracuse Beach.
This monument is 41.15 meters tall and is phallus-shaped. It was built to commemorate the events of 10 November 1945 at the Battle of Surabaya. It is the venue every November 10 for the commemoration of the events of 1945, when many heroes died in the war of independence. The first stone was laid by Sukarno, the first Indonesian President, accompanied by Surabaya Mayor, Doel Arnowo on 10 November 1951.
HOUSE OF SAMPOERNA (HOS)
Situated in “Old Surabaya”‚ this stately Dutch colonial-style compound was built in 1862 and is now a preserved historical site. The area is divided into museum area, cafe area, family house, art gallery, and Sampoerna cigarettes company. Don’t miss the free Surabaya Heritage Track program comprises a tour around North of Surabaya or also known as Old Surabaya on a city sightseeing bus arranged by HOS.
SANGGAR AGUNG TEMPLE
A Chinese temple dedicated to Chinese deities and other Asian religious icons, located within the Pantai Ria amusement park. The main icon of this temple is a 20 meters tall statue of Guan Yin on the waterfront, as a symbol that this temple is dedicated to Nan Hai Guan Shi Yin Pu Saof the South Sea.
Also known as the Surabaya-Madura bridge, is a cable stayed bridge that connects Surabaya on the island of Java and the town of Bangkalan on the island of Madura. With full length of 5.4 km and height 35 m above the sea level, the Suramadu Bridge is the longest sea bridge in Indonesia and South East Asia.[/epsilon_one_halft]
Blessed with tropical mountain views & offering a truly unforgettable safari adventure for your entire family.
Located about 20 km west of Malang, this tourist attraction has 36 rides, including a giant swimming pool, spinning coaster, the drop zone also a gallery of agro plants, rare animal dioramas and miniature temples.
One of the most visited tourist attractions in East Java covers a massive area of 800 square kilometers with a spectacular views and dramatic landscapes.
Indonesia’s most famous crater, 2.600 meters tall, topped with a large caldera with the world’s largest lake of highly acid and mineralized volcanic water. The view at the blue greenish lake is astonishing with the yellow sulfur and the brownish-red rocks surrounding it.