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Indonesia’s second city, Surabaya is a thriving, exhilarating city that takes its name from a mythological battle between a shark and a crocodile, and delivers all the thrills that one might expect of such a tussle. A bustling economic powerhouse, the city boasts parks, shopping malls and plazas. And with its tree-lined streets and gleaming pavements, Surabaya also provides the perfect starting point for those looking to venture out to explore the otherworldly landscapes of Mount Bromo and the exotic treasures of Bali.
Loop — If you’re looking for lively nightlife, this area in the west of the city (Graha Famili), truly comes to life as soon as the sun has gone down. There is a huge variety of food stalls and bazaars attracting crowds of young people looking to enjoy delicious food, drink, and of course great company.
Old Surabaya — Located in the shadow of the Red Bridge in the northern part of the city, Old Surabaya, the commercial centre of the city in the heydey of the Dutch colonial era, is now one of Indonesia’s best preserved Dutch colonial quarters and a huge attraction to all with a passion for the heritage of this fascinating part of the world.
House of Sampoerna — Famed as Surabaya’s favourite tourist destination, this grand Dutch-colonial style compound is located in Old Surabaya. At the House of Sampoerna you will discover a museum, art gallery and a range of souvenir shops and outlets. What’s more, a complimentary sightseeing bus and English-speaking tour guide ensures you won’t miss a thing at this fabulous site of historical interest.
Suroboyo Carnival — One of Surabaya’s most recently developed attractions, Suroboyo Carnival Night Market is a centrally located amusement park with loads of fairground rides and attractions for old and young alike.
As you might expect of Indonesia’s second city, there’s no shortage of sights to see in Surabaya. At well over 5000 metres in length, the Suramadu National Bridge is Indonesia’s longest bridge, whilst the Surabaya Submarine Museum in the city centre is housed in an actual decommissioned submarine. The city also boasts the largest zoo in South East Asia, something not to be missed by anyone with even a passing interest in natural history.
Thrill seekers and families alike will want to visit the Ciputra Waterpark, with its selection of waterslides, pools and rapids. Culture vultures will want to check out the Balai Pemuda arts centre in central Surabaya, where you can enjoy performances of dance, theatre and other arts. And if you’re hoping to work on your handicap, Surabaya’s several golf courses - including one designed by Jack Nicklaus - should be just the ticket.