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Things to Do in Surabaya

Get yourself in this magnificent city with diverse culture and everlasting beauty.

60 Most Popular Things to Do in Surabaya

From the 29 districts and nine cities in the Province of East Java, Surabaya is the most prominent and widely known to the public. It is very reasonable, considering the city is very historical as well as the provincial capital. Plus, a variety of achievements swooped up since the leadership of the first female mayor, making Surabaya increasingly popular.

As a metropolitan city, Surabaya is also synonymous with the life of modern society. Therefore, not a few tourists who come-especially from small areas-making luxury shopping centers in Surabaya as tourists’ destinations. Though in addition to the malls, Surabaya also has many other interesting tourists’ attractions which are worth to visit.

For those of you who want to visit Surabaya, try to visit different places. As a reference, here are the attractions in Surabaya which are interesting to stop by at.

1. Museum Sepuluh November (The 10th of November Museum)

If the entire nation of Indonesia alone always commemorates the event of November 10, 1945, of course, Surabaya will also always remember it. One way is to build a museum that records the traces of survival struggles done by arek-arek Suroboyo (The Surabayan Youths). Holding the name of a heroic event in the struggle for independence, Monumen Sepuluh November (The 10th of November Monument) has become a tourists’ attraction in Surabaya that is quite complete in describing the history.

The two-story building is quite spacious. The first and the second floors are filled with a variety of relics of Bung Tomo and several other fighters. Interestingly, here you not only pay attention to images or items that tend to be monotonous. There is quite a lot of static diorama that describes the condition at that time, complete with the clear audio. Even through this diorama and radio, you can also hear Bung Tomo's original speech. Also, there is a mini movie theater on the first floor which plays the November 10th struggle film on a scheduled basis.

Location: Jalan Pahlawan, Surabaya

Operating hours: Monday-Thursday: 08.00-14.30 WIB

Friday: 08.00-14.00 WIB

Sunday: 08.00-13.00 WIB

(Saturday and national holidays closed)

Ticket price: Rp5.000,00

2. Museum House of Sampoerna (The House of Sampoerna Museum)

You may be wondering about the connection between this museum with a very famous cigarette brand in Indonesia is. In fact, House of Sampoerna is indeed a Sampoerna family museum.

The museum that used to be an orphanage has a typical colonial architecture with large columns. The building itself is not extensive and consists of only two floors. However, the information you get here is quite satisfactory-from the successor’s lineage to the leadership ranks of Sampoerna. Various kinds of paintings depicting the atmosphere in the factory and the smoking habits of the indigenous people have always been fully displayed. Not only that, the collection of wrapping matches from time to time until some private collections are also here.

Location: Taman Sampoerna 6 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 09.00-19.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

3. Museum W.R Soepratman (The W.R. Soepratman Museum)

Who does not know Wage Rudolf Soepratman? The creator of the national anthem Indonesia Raya has a huge share for this nation. As a form of appreciation, a museum was created for him.

This museum is also the home of W. R. Soepratman’s brother, which had also become his hideout when the Dutch colonial government pursued him. It is small, only 5 x 10 meters. At the front of the house, there is a statue of W. R. Soperatman as tall as the original size. Inside, you can find the violin’s replica and the text of the national anthem made by him.

Location: Jalan Mangga no. 21 Surabaya

Operating hours: Tuesday-Sunday at 09.00-17.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

4. Museum Bank Indonesia (The Bank Indonesia Museum)

From the outside, you can already guess that this building is a relic of the Dutch colonial era. This building was founded on September 14, 1829, a year after the Government of the Netherlands East Indies founded De Javasche Bank Center in Batavia. After a variety of polemics that occurred at that time, just on July 1, 1953, De Javasche Bank changed to Bank Indonesia.

Due to inadequate capacity, Bank Indonesia's office was moved to Jalan Pahlawan in 1973. After being conserved in 2012, this two-century-old building has become a conservation building of Bank Indonesia. Of the three floors, you can only visit the first and second floors only. The first floor is where the collection of ancient money and heritage collection, while the second floor is just space that is now used as a place for meetings and so forth.

Location: Jalan Garuda no. 1 Surabaya

Operating hours: Tuesday-Sunday at 08.00-16.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

5. Museum Surabaya (The Surabaya Museum)

This museum is fairly new. As the name implies, Surabaya Museum is a museum that displays traces of the history of Surabaya.

Being on the ground floor of the legendary SIOLA building, the Surabaya Museum tends to be open/well-exposed. Compared to other museums, the collection in this museum is still very few. You can recognize the ranks of leaders who were once number one in Surabaya, through the paintings on display and the books that contain their biographies. Also, some portraits of Surabaya in the past are laid out on the right side of the entrance. There are also other collections, such as Surabaya’s traditional clothing worn by mannequins, chairs and school benches in the past, and some others.

Location: Jalan Tunjungan Genteng, Surabaya

Operating hours: Tuesday-Sunday at 09:00 to 21:00 pm

Ticket price : -

6. Monumen Tugu Pahlawan (The Monument of Heroes)

It will be less complete it seems if you visit Surabaya without checking out this monument. Its location is also in the same complex as The Museum of The 10th November. Thus, in the same location, you can find two attractions at once.

This monument is white and towering as high as 41.1 meters, inverted nails. Around it is a large green field. At the front-entrance-you will be greeted by a statue of Ir. Soekarno and Mohammad Hatta standing side by side. Behind him, there are white pillars with eagle statues at the top.

Location: Jalan Pahlawan, Surabaya

Operating hours: Monday-Thursday: 08.00-14.30 WIB

Friday: 08.00-14.00 WIB

Sunday: 08.00-13.00 WIB

(Saturday and national holidays closed)

Ticket price : -

7. Monumen Bambu Runcing (The Monument of Spiky Bamboos)

In the heart of the city, you can find Monumen Bambu Runcing (The Monument of Spiky Bamboos) in the middle of an ever-densely packed crossroads of cities. This monument consists of five pieces of bamboo are intentionally made asymmetric high. Around this spiky replica bamboo, a variety of plants and flowers are planted to make the monument look beautiful.

You certainly no longer need to ask the purpose of this pointed bamboo used as a monument. Without the slightest suspicion against the allied forces who wanted to regain control of Indonesia after independence, Suroboyo's arts and battles struggled with the makeshift conditions. When allies are equipped with weaponry complete with modern and sophisticated technology, indigenous people only capitalized bamboo spikes. But by the power of God Almighty, victory sided with the Indonesian nation

Location: Jalan Panglima Sudirman, Embong Kaliasin, Genteng, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

8. Monumen Surabaya (The Monument of Surabaya)

You may visit various tourist attractions in Surabaya, but the trip will not be complete without checking out this one monument. Being a city icon, a statue of a shark and a crocodile fighting one another is made not only one.

It is said that the name of Surabaya is taken from the history of the battle of sura (shark) and baya (crocodile). Both of these animals are equally strong and befriend very well. Until one day, suddenly one violates the agreement by expanding their territory. Refusing to accept this, the two aquatic animals engage in an eternal battle to maintain power.

Location: Jalan Setail, Surabaya (in front of Surabaya Zoo)

Jalan Moh. Natsir, Surabaya (Silver Region)

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

9. Monumen Jalasveva Jayamahe (The Monument of Jalasveva Jayamahe)

New York may have a towering, iconic Statue of Liberty. But Surabaya is the same. It has Jalasveva Jayamahe Monument standing up facing the ocean. The color is bluish green with a height of about 30 meters standing on top of the building-which is also a museum-about 30 meters high as well.

This statue is a symbol of Navy officers. As for the name, Jalasveva Jayamahe is the motto of AL Indonesia which means in "our sea is victorious." This is to assert that Indonesia triumphed even since the time of the former Sriwijaya Kingdom.

Location: Ujung, Surabaya

Operating hours: Monday-Sunday at 08.00-17.00 (must be through officer permit)

Ticket price : -

10. Monumen Kapal Selam (The Submarine Monument)

To shorten the designation of this tourist attraction in Surabaya this, people prefer to the abbreviation: Monkasel (Monumen Kapal Selam). The location is on the edge of Kalimas and quite crowded by tourists. Not only adult visitors, but there are also many visitors who come with their children. Here, you can see how the condition of this war vehicle, including the machine. In addition, you can also imagine how the Warriors had struggled to keep the Republic of Indonesia united in such a small space even to share oxygen with other 63 people.

This monument is indeed an original submarine. In whole, this submarine is KRI Pasopati 410 which had joined the fight in the Aru Sea battle. This event is a battle between Indonesia and the Netherlands that occurred in the Aru Sea, Maluku, on January 5, 1962.

Location: Jalan Pemuda no. 39 Kaliasin, Genteng, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 08.00-21.00 WIB

Ticket price: Rp10.000,00

11. Taman Bungkul (The Bungkul Park)

Perhaps, you are no longer alien to the name of this one park even though you have never set foot in here. This park is very famous and has become one of the favorite public facilities to citizens of Surabaya. Youths and families come over here to relax or get together with the community simply.

In addition to being a public park equipped with free wireless internet connection and direct drinking water from faucets, Bungkul Park also seems to include one of the pilgrimage tourist destinations. In this region, there is the tomb of Sunan Bungkul, a great cleric during the Majapahit Kingdom.

Location: Jalan Taman Bungkul, Darmo, Wonokoromo, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

12. Taman Korea (Korean Park)

Not long before the Korean epidemic greatly struck the young Indonesians, Mayor Tri Rismahaini had already inaugurated this park. Built in 2010, the Korean Park is the embodiment of friendship between Surabaya and Korea. The cooperation undertaken covers many areas, especially education, trade, infrastructure, and culture. In fact, the design and the entire work of this park were done by the government of South Korea.

Taman Korea was established in the Soetomo area on an area of 1.848m2. The reason for having chosen this location is because of the large number of foreign nationals who are there, including from South Korea as well. Various types of beautiful plants and shady trees are planted in this place. In the middle of the park, there is an inscription that describes Korean Park, while on the side there is a jogging track for visitors who want to exercise.

Location: Jalan dr. Soetomo, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

13. Taman Persahabatan (The Friendship Park)

Despite the skyscrapers that meet the surface of the capital of East Java Province, the land in the middle of the city is used as a counterweight. Besides as an attraction of the city, these parks can also be alternative tourists’ attractions in Surabaya as well as the lungs of the city.

Taman Persahabatan is a public facility in the form of another green open space in Surabaya. It is referred to as Friendship Park because it is the same as the Korean Park. This park is also a symbol of cooperation between Surabaya with seven cities and other districts. In this park, there are trees planted as a symbol of friendship by the government of Surabaya, Sidoarjo, Yogyakarta, Batam, Bandung, Banjarmasin, and Kochi (Japan).

Location: Jalan Sulawesi no. 67, Ngagel, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

14. Taman Mayangkara (The Mayangkara Park)

To commemorate the bravery of 503 Mayangkara Battalion when fighting against the Dutch, the park was built. Mayangkara Park is quite spacious and beautiful with fresh green foliage combined with beautiful colors of flowers. If you want to stop by to escape from tiredness, you can give this park a try.

Still in the area of Taman Mayangkara, on the side facing the Islamic Hospital, there is a monument. This monument is a visualization of Major Djarot Soebyantoro who boarded the white horse of Mayangkara. Major Djarot Soebyantoro himself was the leader of Battalion 503 Mayangkara troops.

Location: Jalan Taman Mayangkara, Darmo, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

15. Taman Gantung (The Hanging Park)

The Hanging Park of Surabaya is also often called Tunjungan Bridge. The word 'Tunjungan' is taken from the name of this tourist attraction, Tunjungan. But you may think, how can the word park be replaced with the bridge?

Actually, in 2016 then, the mayor conjured up and revived the bridge crossing in the Tunjungan area. The bridge was fixed with decorations of various plants and has now been tiled. The greenery of this bridge resembles a park. Not only that but on this bridge, there are also chairs to relax. In the evening, you can see the beautiful blend of dark sky with the combination of lights from the Tunjungan area, which is always crowded.

Location: Jalan Tunjungan no. 12 tile, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

16. Taman Mundu (The Mundu Park)

You will not feel the night sky of Surabaya that much when you are in Mundu Park. The reason for one of the green open spaces in Surabaya here is that it showcases the fountain attraction that blends very nicely with the spotlight of colorful lights. The fountain that should have a clear color becomes livelier because of the game of LED lights.

Mundu Park was inaugurated in 2010. Just like the parks in general, Mundu Park is also filled with various plants. The park is equipped with a jogging track, a playground for children, decorative lights, water pools, up to two Mundu trees that have become the icons of this park. The government even provides free drinking water facilities directly from the taps that can be enjoyed by anyone.

Location: Jalan Tambaksari Surabaya (opposite Gelora Ten Stadium November)

Opening hours: 24 hours

The price of tickets: -

17. Taman Apsari (The Apsari Park)

This park is one of three Dutch heritage parks. Although the size is relatively small compared to other parks in Surabaya, the park is cool and quiet. In fact, the location of Taman Apsari is in the middle of the city face-to face with Grahadi Building.

The area of Apsari Park is about 5300m2. There are about 20 types of flowers and plants which are arranged very nicely in this park. On the sidelines of this beautiful rows of plants, the government built jogging tracks that visitors can use to run, walk, or even play skateboard. Not to forget, the statue of Governor Suryo also stands tall in the middle of the park, complete with the first East Java governor's speech at the bottom of the monument.

Location: Jalan Taman Apsari, Embong Kaliasin, Genteng, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

18. Taman Flora (The Flower Park)

Without counting the amount of pollution caused by motor vehicles that always fill the roads, Surabaya itself is quite hot. Being in the area near the sea makes this city has a fairly high temperature. For this reason, the presence of city parks is enough to help to lower the temperature, increase oxygen, as well as beautifying the appearance of the city.

Flora Park has a land area of 2.4 hectares. Initially, this place is a nursery of all plants that will be planted in all corners of the city. But since there is Seed Garden in the area of Rungkut Wonorejo, all the seeds have been moved there. Now while enjoying the cool air, you can enjoy various facilities of Flora Garden such as deer cages, giant bird cages, library, until the versatile marquee.

Location: Manyar Street no. 80A Baratajaya, Gubeng, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 07.00-17.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

19. Taman Pelangi (The Rainbow Park)

Taman Pelangi (The Rainbow Park) is in a very strategic location. Being in the entrance to the city of Surabaya, you feel welcomed with the hospitality of this city.

As the name suggests, Taman Pelangi provides beautiful colors. These colors are obtained from the game lights lit at night. With a monument composed of 31 pieces of the stem which are designed with a curved pattern like a leaf, the garden view is fascinating. Coupled with the water that flows on the monument, the atmosphere becomes more soothing.

Location: Jalan Ahmad Yani no. 138, Gayung, Surabaya

Operating hours: 17.00-23.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

20. Hutan Mangrove (The Mangrove Forest)

The natural green tourism in Surabaya is not limited to parks only. Other tourist attractions in Surabaya that offer green concept can be found in Wonorejo, Rungkut. Here, you can find a mangrove forest aka mangrove forest which presence also has started in several other cities too.

Once through the entrance, you will not immediately find the area of the mangrove forest. To see the fresh green mangrove scenery, you have to walk first to the dock. From this dock, you need to board a boat to the forest. Or if you want to feel the sensation of riding the speedboat, you can also rent it for a capacity of six people for Rp300.000,00.

Location: Wonorejo Highway no. 1 Rungkut, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 08.00-16.00 WIB

Ticket price: Rp25.000,00 for adults, Rp15.0000.00 for children

21. Hutan Bambu (The Bamboo Forest)

The longer you explore Indonesia, you will increasingly find many attractions that are similar to attractions in other countries. In Surabaya itself, there are very many tourists’ attractions that will make you feel like you are in other countries. One of them is a bamboo forest in Keputih area. Although not very similar to the bamboo forest in Arashiyama, Japan, at least Keputih Bamboo Forest is neat enough to treat those who long or desire to set foot in the State of Sakura.

Formerly, this area was the Final Disposal Place. After not being used for some time, the government then took the initiative to make it a decent place to visit. Now, those of you who want just to take a walk in a cool environment or add a collection of pics in Instagram feeds can visit this sight in Surabaya.

Location: Jalan Asri Marina, Keputih, Sukolilo, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day from 06:00 to 18:00 pm

22. Pantai Kenjeran (Kenjeran Beach)

Another good place to enjoy the sunset is Kenjeran Beach. Here, you can enjoy the beauty of dusk while sitting on the sand or dock. But unfortunately, Kenjeran Beach cannot be enjoyed for swimming activities like other beaches in general. This is because of the muddy conditions.

Nevertheless, this beach is one of the alternative beach resorts which are worth a visit.

There are many things you can do here. Besides just sitting enjoying the scenery and atmosphere, you can do other activities such as a boat ride. For children, the manager provides a flying fox facility. The variety of food sellers selling on the beach is also exciting options to enjoy your relaxing time.

Location: Jalan Pantai Lama no. 12 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 07.00-18.00 WIB

Ticket price: Rp10.000,00

23. Surabaya North Quay

Since February 2016, Surabaya has a new, neat tourists’ attraction. Surabaya North Quay is now a busy place to visit-both locals, and tourists outside the area do so-especially from late afternoon to late evening. Because, from here, visitors can enjoy the atmosphere of the beach-especially at sunset-in a different way.

SNQ is located in the Port of Tanjung Perak, precisely on the third floor of Surya Nusantara gate-the best passenger port in Indonesia. With a cozy outdoor place, you can relax enjoying the breeze on the green grass while relaxing on a rowing chair or leaning against a guardrail. From here, you can watch the busy port activity. If you want to look at a cruise ship that is leaning, you can visit SNQ every Monday.

Location: Terminal Gapura Surya Nusantara 3rd Floor, Tanjung Perak Port, East Perak Street, Surabaya

Operating hours: Tuesday-Sunday at 11:00 to 21:00 pm

Ticket price: Rp7.500,00 for car and Rp5.000,00 for motorcycle

24. Artama Harbour Cruise

As the name suggests, Artama Harbor Cruise is not a tourists’ attraction in Surabaya, but a tourists’ activity. Managed by PT. Pelindo Marine Service, this voyage you can enjoy with family, colleagues, or even quite yourself.

For two hours, you will be taken around the Madura Strait. From here, you can see the maritime splendor of Indonesia, including the Port of Tanjung Perak Surabaya. And certainly, you can also see how dashing monuments Jalasveva Jayamahe from the sea.

Location: Jalan Prapat Kurung Utarano. 58 Surabaya

Opening hours: Sunday at 09.00 WIB

Ticket price: Rp120.000,00

25. Kebun Binatang Surabaya (The Surabaya Zoo)

Surabaya Zoo is one of the tourists’ attractions in Surabaya which also includes the relics of the Dutch colonial era. KBS was established under the Decree of the Governor-General of the Netherlands dated 31 August 1916 no. 40. In 1922, KBS was about to be dissolved due to high operational costs, but some members of the board objected and were prevented by the municipal government.

This family recreational place was once the largest in Southeast Asia. There are now over 2,000 animals of 351 species residing in the KBS. Fauna that is maintained here is not only from Indonesia, but also from other countries.

Location: Jalan Setail no. 1 Darmo, Wonokromo, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 08.00-17.00 WIB

Ticket price: Rp10.000,00

26. Ciputra Waterpark

From the name, you certainly can imagine what and how Ciputra Waterpark is like. Standing on an area of ​​five hectares in the western area of ​​Surabaya, Ciputra Waterpark is practically the largest water rides in Surabaya. When planning to visit this city with family especially with your child, Ciputra Waterpark is the right destination option.

There are many interesting rides that you should try while in Ciputra Waterpark. One of them is Sycaruse Beach, which is a wave pool that will make you feel the sensation to oscillate as if being in the middle of a real sea. In addition, there is another Roc Tower, Sirens River, and Racer Slide that raises the adrenaline. Not only the water rides are very diverse, but you can also enjoy the thrill of flying fox, playing trampoline, or watching 5D cinema.

Location: Waterpark Area Boulevard Citraland, Sambikerep, Surabaya

Operating hours: Monday-Friday at 13.00-19.00 WIB

Saturday-Sunday at 10:00 to 19:00 pm

Ticket prices: Rp110.000,00 (weekdays) - Rp130.000,00 (weekends and public holidays)

27. Suroboyo Carnival Night (SCN)

If Batu has always been a recreation destination with a variety of exciting rides, Surabaya could be an alternative now. Since 2014, Surabaya has owned another recreation area that resembles East Java Park and Batu Night Spectacular (BNS). You and your family or friends can now enjoy entertainment with a variety of exciting rides at night at SCN.

If you are in Ahmad Yani area heading to Juanda toll, you can see from a distance this interesting entertainment oasis. In addition to the high rainbow rides to enjoy the beautiful view of light flickering from such a height, you can feel the experience of various other rides. Throughout the night, you can try exciting Art and Wax House, Bumper Cars, Omah Mumet, Gondal-Gandul, and many other rides.

Location: Jalan Ahmad Yani no. 333, Hamlet Dangguh, Gayungan, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 17:00 to 23:00 pm

Ticket price: Rp60.000,00 - Rp150.000,00 (depending on which rides you want to ride)

28. Jembatan Merah (The Red Bridge)

The Red Bridge is not just a bridge lined with red paint. There is a historical value here.

History noted The Red Bridge is the main link of Kalimas area and Surabaya Residency Building. Practically, this region has become a commercial area. In addition, on this bridge is where the battle between arek-arek Suroboyo (The Surabayan Youths) against the Dutch that killed Brigdair A.W.S. Mallaby happened.

Location: Jalan Rajawali, Krembengan, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

29. Jembatan Suramadu (The Suramadu Bridge)

The longest bridge in Indonesia is here. With a length of more than five kilometers, now traveling from Surabaya to Madura or otherwise has become more efficient and comfortable. In just a matter of minutes, you have officially moved the island.

Although the main function is as a liaison, not a few people who just want to try the sensation in this bridge. Mostly, after crossing to Madura, they will turn back in the Bangkalan area and return to Surabaya. Especially at night when the lights on the bridge are on and flickering from the shimmering land, more people want to capture the beauty.

Location: Suramadu Toll Road, Wedi Farm, Kenjeran, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price: Rp15.000,00

30. Jembatan Baru Kenjeran (The Kenjeran Baru Bridge)

The Kenjeran Baru Bridge was also only a year old after having been inaugurated in 2016. This 800-meter-long bridge connects coastal areas on Jalan Pantai Ria Kenjeran Baru and Pantai Kenjeran Lama.

Supported by 150 piles, this bridge is formed in an arched way like an arc. The other attraction of this bridge is the fountain show. However, the show does not take place every day. If you intentionally want to see the attraction that only lasts one hour (starting at 20:00 to 21:00 pm), you can come on Saturday night.

Location: Jalan Pantai Lama, Kenjeran, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

31. Patung Buddha Empat Wajah (The Four-Faced Buddha Statue)

No need to go all the way to Bangkok, Thailand, to see the famous Four-Faced Buddha statue. In Kenjeran area, Surabaya, there is a similar statue that you can visit more easily. Made of gold that makes it look so shiny-especially at night-this statue is also crowned as the highest statue in Indonesia.

This four-faced Buddha is not made without meaning. The four faces represent the four good qualities of the Buddha: compassionate, benevolent, just, and meditative. In addition to the Buddha statue, you will also find four white elephant statues in every corner. In addition, if observed, the eight Buddha's hands hold different objects, which are the greatness of the stick, the discs, the scriptures, and several others.

Location: Ria Kenjeran Beach Road, Sukolilo Baru, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 08.00-17.00 WIB

Ticket price: Rp10.000,00

32. Citra Raya

If you want to travel to Singapore but have not done so, you may be able to set foot to the replica of Singapore in Surabaya. The land that was once barren has now been transformed into clean, green, and modern. Even to add the impression of Singapore to be more real, there is a replica of The Merlion statue here.

This area is an independent city that has been worked on by Ciputra Group. Apart from being a tourists’ place, Citra Raya Surabaya also has a variety of other facilities, such as water parks, schools with international standards, universities, to golf courses with 27 holes.

Location: Jalan Citra Raya, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

33. Masjid Akbar (The Great Grand Mosque)

This tourists’ attraction in Surabaya is one of the Muslims’ favorites. This mosque is the second largest mosque in Indonesia after Istiqlal Mosque in Jakarta. The uniqueness of this mosque is a blue-green dome designed with a leaf-like structure that gives the cool and peaceful impression. In addition, the interior design is more interesting and luxurious.

Visitors who come are not only those who perform worshipping. You can also enjoy the view of Surabaya, Sidoarjo, to Bangkalan (Madura) through the 99-meter tower.

Location: Jalan Al-Akbar Timur Mosque no. 1 Pagesangan, Jambangan, Surabaya

Hours of operation: Hours of worship (except towers)

Ticket price: - (to ride tower pay Rp3.000,00)

34. Masjid Muhammad Cheng Ho (The Muhammad Cheng Ho Mosque)

You may have heard of Cheng Ho Mosque in another city. Also in Surabaya, you can find this mosque which has a Chinese Muslim nuance. Buildings that resemble this one are dominated with red, green, and yellow with thick ornaments with Chinese nuances.

There is much uniqueness in this mosque. First, it is only 11 x 11 (meters), which is taken from the size of the Ka'bah when Prophet Ibrahim first established it. Second, the roof of the mosque is made in the shape of an octagon resembling a spider's web. In Chinese belief, the number eight is considered good luck, and the cobweb is the thing that had saved the Prophet Muhammad from the pursuit of the Quraysh. In addition, the numbers of stairs to the right and left door are five and six. This figure is a symbol of the pillars of Islam and principles of faith.

Location: Jalan Gading no. 2 Ketabang, Genteng, Surabaya

Hours of operation: Hours of worship

Ticket price : -

35. Masjid Ampel (The Ampel Mosque)

Another tourists’ attraction that has become a religious tourists’ destination for Muslims in Surabaya is The Ampel Mosque. This ancient mosque is near the burial complex of one of the most famous Walisongo named, Sunan Ampel. Its location is in the middle of the settlement of Ampel residents and surrounded by buildings of Arab and Chinese architectures. Being here will also remind you of the atmosphere of the Arab village with many merchants who peddle the goods exactly as in the Arab region.

In addition to the architecture and the atmosphere, there is much more to the uniqueness of the Ampel Mosque. To enter the mosque, you will go through the gates first. Five gates greet you-each gate represents the pillars of Islam. In addition, on the left side of the mosque, there is also a well. This well is believed to be lively and often used as a place to strengthen a promise or an oath.

Location: Pegirian, Semampir, Ampel, Surabaya

Hours of operation: Hours of worship

Ticket price: -

36. Gereja Perawan Maria (The Virgin Mary Church)

This place of worship is also often called by the name of the Catholic Church of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary. The ancient architecture of this church has become its main attraction with the classic European brick exterior along with the towering unique pillars. Not only the appearance, but in fact, Kepanjen Church is also quite ancient considering the age of its establishment on April 18, 1899.

The neo-Gothic building was designed by a Dutch architect named W. Westmaas, and an Indonesian architect named Muljono Widjosastro who had played a role in making glass mosaic design. Although it looks magnificent, this church apparently had been destroyed by fire during the battle in 1945. By the British army, this church was destroyed. Only in 1950, this church was remodeled massively by not changing the structure of the building.

Location: Jalan Kepanjen no. 4-6, Krembangan, Surabaya

Hours of operation: Hours of worship

Ticket price : -

37. Kelenteng Hong Tiek Hian (Hong Tiek Hian Temple)

This temple has become a landmark of the Chinatown area of Surabaya. There are many altar shrines with interesting Chinese ornaments here. On the ground floor, there is the altar of Mak Co and Kong Co, while on the second floor is the altar of Kwan Im Goddess, Buddha, and other gods and goddesses.

This temple has reached seven centuries old of age and automatically become the oldest temple in Surabaya. At night, the temple atmosphere feels serene. With the smell of hio (incense) filling the room and the candle burning in the darkness, the procession of prayer becomes more solemn. The landscape is now also often a favorite for photographers. No wonder, many photo hunters visit this location to get good shots.

Location: Jalan Dukuh no. 23 RT002 / RW005, Pabean Cantian, Surabaya

Hours of operation: Hours of worship

Ticket price : -

38. Kelenteng Sanggar Agung (Sanggar Agung Temple)

In addition to the statue of Kwan Im Goddess as high as 18 meters facing the sea, the other uniqueness of Sanggar Agung Temple is its location. Being just above the sea causes the temple to be shaped like a cove and surrounded by mangrove plants that beautify its surroundings. Its multicultural architecture is also the main attraction. There is a blend of Chinese, Javanese and Balinese elements here.

In front of the statue of Dewi Kwan Im, there are two highly iconic dragon statues. Many people capture the moments of their existence in the temple which is also called Hong Sang Tan Temple here. With the sea as the background, the dragon statues flanking Kwan Im Goddess and its guards, the atmosphere will make you feel as if you were in Taiwan.

Location: Jalan Sukolilo no, 100, Surabaya

Hours of operation: Hours of worship

Ticket price : -

39. Temple of Heaven

Again, in a corner, there is one tourist attraction in Surabaya that will take you as if you were in another country. This time, still in Kenjeran, precisely in Kenjeran Park, there is a clone of Beijing Temple of Heaven. In fact, the size is larger than the original Temple of Heaven. Consisting of three floors, this building has a diameter of 60 meters with a height of 58 meters.

Another difference, Temple of Heaven Kenjeran is deliberately opened to the public, unlike in China which is only in certain circles only. This section is deliberately designed empty without being filled with certain knick-knacks. The reason? Because this building is not intended for religious purposes and certain groups, it is made as a multi purpose building. This is the explanation why the whole public can get in here.

Location: Jalan Sukolilo no. 100, Sukolilo Baru, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day from 07:00 to 18:00 pm

Ticket price : -

40. Delta Plaza

When you visit Surabaya by train and stop at Gubeng Station, Delta Plaza is the nearest shopping center you can visit. The distance is in fact only about 500 meters, so you simply cross and walk to this mall.

Formerly, this shopping center used to be a hospital. Since about the end of the 1980s, the building was then converted into a shopping center after the previous hospital operations had been disabled. Now, although not as grand as Tunjungan Plaza, this six-story building is quite crowded and in demand by visitors, including residents of Surabaya itself.

Location: Jalan Pemuda 33-37 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 22:00 pm

Ticket price : -

41. Tunjungan Plaza

After exploring the corners of the city that is not highlighting the impression of the metropolis, now is the time you know a variety of famous shopping centers in Surabaya. Tunjungan Plaza is the most iconic and famous shopping center here. Standing majestically in the city center, Tunjungan Plaza is also the second largest and oldest shopping center owned by Surabaya.

Since its establishment in 1986, this mall is never deserted. Now in addition to being a shopping and entertainment center, this area is also equipped with offices, hotels, and luxury apartments.

Location: Jalan Basuki Rahmat 16-18 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 22:00 pm

Ticket price : -

42. Pasar Atom (The Atomic Market)

Since the beginning, the name Atomic Market has been quite identical with when people first hear of Surabaya. Established since 1972, this shopping center has been one of the largest markets in Indonesia. Not only large as a physical building, the number of visitors who come every day is also quite a lot. On average, there are about 50,000 visitors who come to the Atomic Market every day. When it is the weekend, the number of visitors can multiply up to two to three times.

The number of booths in the Atomic Market is around 2000 with various types of goods offered. For gold alone, there are about 150 gold shops in the market. For clothing shops, there are about 500 booths opened in Atomic Market. Quite a lot, isn’t it? Therefore, when visiting here, you do not need to rush to decide what to buy without comparing it with the goods from the other stores. Especially in the Atom Market, you can bargain with the sellers.

Location: Jalan Bunguran no. 45 Unloading, Customs Cantian, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 18:00 pm

Ticket price : -

43. Grand City Mall

Grand City Mall is one of the largest shopping centers in Surabaya as well as part of the category of elite shopping centers. From the physical building, you could already guess its class from the size of this mall. Standing on 4.5 hectares of land, this building looks luxurious with a clear, modern impression.

Not only that, Suntec Singapore inspires Grand City Mall’s design. PT. Hardayawidya Graha has intended to turn Grand City into the most representative venue for various large-scale events, especially the international ones. The shopping center is not only functioned as one of the facilities of modern humans with a lifestyle that prefers the concept of a one-stop-shopping but also as a one-step-MICE.

Location: Mustajab Mayor Street no. 1 Ketabang, Genteng, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 22:00 pm

Ticket price : -

44. Kampung Ilmu (The Knowledge Village)

If Bandung has Palasari, then Surabaya has Kampung Ilmu (The Knowledge Village) in the area of Jalan Semarang. Particularly among students and college students, this place is certainly no longer foreign.

They do not only sell books related to college or schools in kiosks here. You can also find magazines, comics, children's books, novels, and much more. As good-conditioned secondhand, the prices you spend to get these reading materials will not be high.

Location: Jalan Semarang, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 08.00-18.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

45. Jembatan Merah Plaza (The Red Bridge Plaza)

Previously, the building now known as the Red Bridge Plaza was the city bus and mikrolet (public minibus) terminal. In 1997, the terminal was converted into a four-storey shopping center run by PT. Partner Services.

The goods sold in JMP have good quality, with reasonable prices. The types of goods available here vary, such as clothes, fabric, jewelry, to household equipment. In addition, there are also some areas for children's play lands and fast food restaurants.

Location: Jalan Taman Jayanegrono no. 2-4, Krembangan Selatan, Krembangan, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 09.00-21.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

46. Plasa Marina

Not too broad, majestic, and big is indeed this shopping center. It is only three floors high, but Plasa Marina is now so famous and crowded by visitors. Whereas once, this shopping center was considered quiet. But now, the parking lot is always full and frequently becomes the cause for traffic jams.

Plasa Marina is a shopping center for electronic goods which are identical to relatively low prices. Some of the leading mobile brands open their stores and service centers here. Because it is complete, many people-even visitors from out of town-come to this place.

Location: Margorejo Road 97-99 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 21:00 pm

Ticket price : -

47. Pakuwon Mall

Like Grand City, from outside even the luxury of this building is visible. And more recently, this shopping center has been claimed as the largest shopping center in Indonesia. Consisting of six floors, Pakuwon Mall provides the needs of a diverse and fairly complete community, especially from top-class brands.

Pakuwon Mall integrates with condos and hotels. This mall is an extension of the Supermall Pakuwon Indah (SPI) shopping center and Pakuwon Trade Center (PTC). Furthermore, Pakuwon Group then merged the two malls with Pakuwon Mall. Thus, the area of Pakuwon Mall reaches 180,000m2.

Location: Jalan Puncak Indah Lontar 2, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 22:00 pm

Ticket price:-

48. Pakuwon Food Festival

You certainly can already guess what you will encounter if you are in this place. Since 2008, Pakuwon Food Festival has become an alternative tourists’ location for food lovers. A wide range of food and beverages ranging from snacks to heavy are all here.

On weekends, Pakuwon Food Festival visitors spill over. Even according to the data, the number of visitors can reach 11 thousand. It makes much sense because in addition to being a place that provides a variety of culinary with cleanliness maintained, the prices offered are also very affordable. Therefore, if you only have a short time during a visit to Surabaya and want to taste a variety of distinctive culinary, just come to this place.

Location: Jalan Kejawan Putih Mutiara X, Mulyorejo, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 17.00-00.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

49. Kya-Kya Shio

Still, in the same location with Temple Sanggar Agung and Tian Ti Pagoda aka Temple of Heaven Kenjeran, Kya-Kya Shio is one you should not miss. This place has a color mixture that is quite vibrant. Not only that, but Kya-Kya Shio is also an interesting spot to hunt for nice photos.

Upon entering this area, you will be greeted by a gate complete with 12 zodiacs that are according to the beliefs of the Chinese community. Kya-Kya Shio itself is a place to eat alias a food court. Even there is a lot of information that mentions that this place is a legendary Kya-Kya Jepun relocation. Here, you can rest your legs and body after going around while filling your stomach with a view of the beach and mangrove forests.

Location: Jalan Sukolilo no. 100 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 22:00 pm

Ticket price : -

50. Rawon Setan (The Rawon Satan)

The name Rawon Setan (The Rawon Satan) may now have been found in many other cities. However, the original rawon satan-and does not open any branch-exists in Surabaya. Since 1990, Satan Rawon has been famous and become one of Surabaya's leadings in culinary.

As a complement to rice with very tender cuts of meat and gravy, you can add other side dishes. Suitable, rawon is combined with fried tempe, salted eggs, empal meat, and others according to taste. Most importantly, the presence of chili sauce certainly should not be forgotten. You can ask the seller if you feel more.

Location: Jalan Embong Malam no. 78, Genteng, Surabaya

Operating hours: Sunday-Tuesday at 08.00-23.00 WIB

Wednesday-Friday at 08.00-16.00 WIB and 18.00-04.00 WIB

Price: from Rp34.000,00

51. Lontong Balap Pak Gendut

What is the most typical culinary of Surabaya? The Racing Lontong! Of the many sellers who peddle racing lontong, you can go to try Pak Gendut’s delicious racing lontong, which has been a legend since 1956.

Delicious slices of lontong combined with clear gravy with a special flavor will make your tummy satisfied; not to mention the sauce and the letho of its increasingly exciting taste. With recipes and techniques that are of family heritage, this culinary has got growing loyal customers.

Location: Jalan Kranggan no. 60 Sawahan, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 09.00 - 20.00 WIB

Price: IDR 10,000

52. Sate Klopo

Sate Klopo Ondomohen Surabaya does not open branches in other cities. Therefore, make time to enjoy a unique meal in Surabaya while you are on vacation in this city.

There are several choices of satay that you can enjoy: shrimp satay, chicken satay, cow satay, and sate intestines. The making is the same as making another sate (satay). Pieces of meat that have been prepared on bamboo skewers are baked, then served with peanut sauce complete with sliced onions and chili. What makes it different is that before it is pierced, the meat is already mixed with herbs and coconut that have been roasted.

Location: Mustajab Mayor Street no. 36 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 06.30-23.30 hrs

Price: Rp20.000,00 per serving

53. Nasi Goreng Jancuk (Jancuk Fried Rice)

You are certainly no longer unfamiliar with this cursing. Aside from being a condemning word, the word 'jancuk' can also be a greeting to a close friend. So, what about the origin of the name of this food?

Apparently, the name 'Jancuk fried rice' is also not a deliberate thing. At that time, the chef made a dish for his friends. Who would have thought, apparently he made a different fried rice than usual. When spooning the rice into his mouth, one of the chef's friends spontaneously said, "Jancuk, Pedes, Cak!" (“Damn, this is hot, dude!”) So since then, this fried rice has a unique name.

Location: Kartini Restaurant Surabaya Plaza Hotel, Plaza Boulevard, Jalan Pemuda 31-37 Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 22:00 pm

Price: from Rp150.000,00

54. Es Krim Zangrandi (Zangrandi Ice Cream)

The culinary business of late has become increasingly popular and widely done by many parties. It is all good. It is just that, some of the obstacles that usually arise are less consistent regarding the taste.

However, this ice cream is guaranteed to make your tongue addicted. Since 1930, this ice cream shop has managed to survive even though there are more and more competitors. As for the characteristics of this ice cream, it has a slightly rough texture because it does not use too much milk. In addition, the architecture is still very thick with Dutch colonial past, which also makes this ice cream shop more interesting to visit.

Location: Jalan Yos Sudarso no.15 Embong Kaliasin, Genteng, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 10:00 to 22:00 pm

Price: from Rp20.000,00

55. Batik House

Each region in the archipelago has a different style of batik between one and the other. Unfortunately, this uniqueness is still not understood by the public. Until today, the most familiar batiks are from Pekalongan, Yogyakarta, Solo, and Cirebon.

There is a tourists’ attraction in Surabaya which is specialized to showcase the collection of batik from various districts and cities, especially in the area of ​​East Java. Not only purchasing and looking at the collection of batik clothes, but you can also learn to make batik there.

Location: Pond Dukuh Street no. 4 Surabaya

Operating hours: Monday-Friday at 08.00 - 20.00 WIB

Saturday-Sunday at 08.00-19.00 WIB

Ticket price : -

55. Gedung SIOLA (SIOLA Building)

This historic building is quite eye-catching with its very strategic location. SIOLA extends on Jalan Tunjungan and Kali Genteng Kali to form a corner at the two-way encounter. Its architectural design is still very ancient enough to attract attention from a distance.

The history of this building is quite long. After the independence period, SIOLA functioned as a shopping center in Surabaya until 1998. Furthermore, in 2015, this building was converted into a government office. Now in addition to being used as a Museum Surabaya, SIOLA is also functioned as the Office of Occupation and Civil Registration and the Office of the Coordinating Ministry of Services and Investment.

Location: Jalan Tunjungan, Genteng, Surabaya

Operating hours: Tuesday-Sunday at 09:00 to 21:00 pm

Ticket price : -

56. Jalan Gula

If you are fond of photography or like antiques should not miss this tourists’ attraction in Surabaya. Just like any other old city, you will find many ancient buildings on Jalan Gula. Not much has changed since hundreds of years ago, from morning until afternoon, the area is still crowded with crossing trades.

The road is a small alley, which is even supposedly has been a commercial area since the time of Majapahit Kingdom. In addition to the old Dutch-style buildings, you will also find the former worship place of Confucians. A variety of Chinese ornaments is also here, such as lion and dragon statues, tall, towering large pillars, and ancient Chinese rooftops.

Location: Jalan Gula, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

57. Jalan Pahlawan

Not too different from Jalan Gula, you can explore this area with camera and intuition. Along Jalan Pahlawan, there are a lot of Dutch historical relics and which is very tempting to be photographed.

Since the first sight, this area has already been crowded. Back then, it was called Straat Square. In a photograph taken in 1930, the condition of the Straat Square was extensive with various human activities. In those days, the gig was still operating on the road, along with the cars and also the electric trams.

Location: Jalan Pahlawan, Surabaya

Opening hours: 24 hours

Ticket price : -

58. Lapis Kukus Pahlawan

Once you are satisfied from surrounding and visiting various tourists’ attractions in Surabaya, there is nothing wrong with you buying gifts for yourself or others. As souvenirs, you can visit the famous Lapis Kukus Pahlawan

This steamed cake has a very soft texture and is made from cassava flour. On top of a steamed layer, there is a filing cream that fits-not too sweet and thick that it can make you sick. As a topping, grated cheese grater makes Lapis Kukus Pahlawan perfect.

Location: Jalan Jagir Sidomukti IX no. 107 Wonokromo, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 07.00-21.00 WIB

Price: Rp26.000,00 - Rp29.000,00

59. Spikoe Resep Kuno

As the name implies, this cake recipe has been a family heritage since the 1970's. The taste is still very well, especially with a very soft texture.

The Ancient Recipe of Spikoe looks is simple, which is brown and yellow with a little grain of raisins in the middle of the layer. However, this simplicity looks elegant. Coupled with packaging that gives the impression of something elite, Spikoe Ancient Recipe is also what you can make as a gift or souvenir very much.

Location: Jalan Rungkut Madya no. 41 Gununganyar, Rungkut, Surabaya

Operating hours: Every day at 07.00-20.30 WIB

Price: From Rp75.000,00

To note down, there are quite a lot of tourists’ attractions in Surabaya that do not require a fee for entrance tickets. But usually, you will still be charged for parking. In addition to the shopping centers, a number of parking fees are relatively standard for Surabaya. If you are on motorbikes, you will be charged a parking fee of Rp2.000,00. Meanwhile, when you visit with the car, generally you will only be charged a parking fee of Rp5.000,00.

There are also some tourists’ attractions that do not require you to pay any fees. However, as a form of appreciation, it will not hurt you to give some money with the amount that you feel like. Tourists’ attractions like these are usually historical places and guarded by local people (such as the example of the W. R. Soepratman Museum).

Well, those are some reference places of interest in Surabaya which are interesting for you to visit. Whether coming alone or with family or friends, every corner of Surabaya is too interesting to pass up. As a big city and a silent witness to the struggle of the nation, there are many stories marked in old buildings, hundreds of years of trees on the roadside, and others. With a little information above, you can start walking around and find more well-kept stories. Happy touring.

Attractions & Activities in Surabaya

  • Ciputra Waterpark Surabaya Tickets

    Are you fond of swimming in the sea and love the crashing of waves? Then you will love swimming at Ciputra Waterpark Surabaya, one of the biggest water play area in Southeast Asia. One of the attractions, Syracuse Beach, gives the sensation of swimming in the middle of the sea, with small and big waves that come in turn. With its spacious area, many attractions, and fun playing facilities including adrenaline-pumping slides and a playground, the water park is surely an exciting place to spend the day with friends and family.
  • Suroboyo Carnival Park Tickets

    If you're in Surabaya and looking for something to do on the weekend, come and visit Suroboyo Carnival Park! There are more than 50 rides you can choose from, including roller coasters and a 4D cinema. With a night market concept, there are more than 40 different food stands so you never have to be worried about getting hungry there. The theme park also has a spacious parking space if you're planning on traveling here by car. Here's a tip: get on the ferris wheel around sunset and enjoy the last rays of the golden sun from the heights of the ride!

    Well, what are you waiting for? A trip to Surabaya is never complete without visiting here!
  • Chipmunks Playland East Coast Center Tickets

    Still trying to decide where to take your child this weekend? Why not try Chipmunks Playland? Here, your child can play exciting games such as Adventure Bridge and Bumper Cars, or slide down the 7-meter slide! For parents, you can let your child roam freely without worrying too much because you can supervise them always!

    Seating is provided around the playing area as part of a cozy cafe so you can watch your children while enjoying a nice cup of coffee. Chipmunks Playland caters exclusively to children up to 11 years old so it's a great opportunity for the little ones to learn how to make friends with children their own age!
  • IDR 140K Voucher at Trans Studio Mini Rungkut

    Take a break from your usual, busy routine and spend some quality time together with your little ones at Trans Studio Mini! Just like the name suggests, this indoor theme park is a mini version of the famed Trans Studio. Designed thematically with decorations like a replica of the Liberty Statue and the Golden Gate, there are also plenty of rides that you and your children can enjoy together! From ball pits, climbing games, to mini trains and flying swings, there's a lot to keep your children entertained!
  • Funworld Ciputra World Surabaya Rp120k & Rp250k Funcard Top-Up

    Funworld has got to be up there when it comes to family entertainment! Founded in 1983, Funworld presents itself as a family recreation center. What makes it different from other playgrounds? The games and rides are designed not just for young children, but also teens and adults, so everyone in the family can have fun together.

    Pump up the adrenaline with a quick ride on the Roller Coaster or the Bazooka Drop Zone Tower, spin around on the Carousel, or play educational games on the many arcade machines together. It’s a great way to bond with the family!
  • Funworld Grand City Surabaya Rp120k & Rp250k Funcard Top-up

    Funworld has got to be up there when it comes to family entertainment! Founded in 1983, Funworld presents itself as a family recreation center. What makes it different from other playgrounds? The games and rides are designed not just for young children, but also teens and adults, so everyone in the family can have fun together.

    Pump up the adrenaline with a quick ride on the Roller Coaster or the Bazooka Drop Zone Tower, spin around on the Carousel, or play educational games on the many arcade machines together. It’s a great way to bond with the family!
  • Miniapolis Pakuwon Mall Tickets

    Miniapolis Pakuwon Mall provides indoor activities for children. Let them freely play at Miniapolis' two main areas, Fun Park and Trampoline Park. In the Fun Park, children can play games like net-climbing, ball pits, and flying fox.
    Trampoline Park is a big room full of trampoline which lets the children jump around safely. Each Miniapolis Pakuwon Mall admission ticket will give free access to these areas. To end their joyful day, there is a baby and kid's spa provided. Miniapolis will make a great place for school field trips and birthday parties.
  • Trans Studio Mini Rungkut Rp140k Top-Up

    Take a break from your usual, busy routine and spend some quality time together with your little ones at Trans Studio Mini. Just like the name suggests, this indoor theme park is a mini version of the famed Trans Studio. Designed thematically with decorations like a replica of the Liberty Statue and the Golden Gate, there are also plenty of rides that you and your children can enjoy together. From ball pits, climbing games, to mini trains and flying swings, there's a lot to keep your children entertained!
  • Amazing Zone Surabaya Rp200k & Rp300k Card Top-up

    Time spent with family and loved ones is never wasted, especially if you spend it having fun at Amazing Zone! Amazing Zone has plenty of fun rides and games that are great for all ages. Various games across all genres, from racing, sports, music, to shooting, means that there's something to please everyone. With plenty of outlets all across the nation, Amazing Zone is one of the best known family entertainment centers, so if you get a chance to visit, you definitely should!
  • Adventure Rafting in Surabaya

    Rafting is an adrenaline pumping water sport where you row down a speeding river with a raft. If you're an adrenaline junkie, going rafting should be on your list of things to do already, and when it comes to rafting, East Java is surely one of the best places in Indonesia for it! Now is the perfect opportunity for you with this package from Regulo Arus Liar! You'll be rowing down the rapids accompanied by an experienced guide who's ready to assist you on everything you need. Insurance is already included, and you'll also be provided with all the necessary rafting equipments!
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