d'Season Hotel Surabaya

Tenggilis Utara 14, Surabaya, 60292, Indonesia
d'Season Hotel Surabaya
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by ulm168

Can anyone please advise an ideal itinerary for an 11 day visit to java and bali? i got 11 full days. flying in to jakarta, my option is to connect to bali by plane, or to surabaya to visit mt. bromo. Then fly on to bali from surabaya? 3-4 days in bali, then fly to yogya to visit borobudur, from there perhaps a night train to jakarta? Can anyone please advise the better thing to do to manage time?

Many thanks.

Re: jakarta-surabaya-bali-yogya?

by theo1006

Unless you have a reason to spend time in Jakarta and West Java, the better thing to save time is not to fly into Jakarta but into Yogyakarta or Bali. Fro first time visitors these are the most attractive destinations.
In Yogyakarta you can get a tour by road to Bali via Bromo. Then from Bali fly back to Yogya.
Malaysian airlines flies from KL to Yogyakarta, I think AirAsia too.

You're welcome

Re: jakarta-surabaya-bali-yogya?

by ulm168

got a budget fare to jkta, so will follow
your advise and book flght to yogya, by land
frm yogya to bromo and bali, and flight frm
bali to jkta to connect home.

many thanks.

Re: jakarta-surabaya-bali-yogya?

by ulm168


Travel Tips for Surabaya


by ukirsari

Beside local traditions (Surabayanese, east Javanese also Madurese), Surabaya has several Chinese districts with their own tradition. Like klenteng (means temples) for the worshippers, Chinese food and restaurants and drugstores. Several Chinatown in Surabaya can be found at; Jalan Kapasan, Kembang Jepun (kembang means flower, meanwhile Jepun means Japan) and Jembatan Merah (the Red Bridge), also Kalianyar, Undaan and Pasar Besar. When my Dad is a freshman in the Navy (called as 'Ensign') and after he finished his college in the Navy Academy (called AAL or Akademi Angkatan Laut), he and several friends got a boarding house in a Chinatown area, called Jalan Undaan. Everytime he miss the atmosphere of this area, my Dad always bring his family to this district. And it's becomes my favorite place too :)

if you go by 'bemo' (public...

by siung2

if you go by 'bemo' (public transports in surabaya), you can tell the driver to drop you off by saying 'kiri, Pak' ('kiri' literally means 'left', while 'Pak' means ' Sir'.) why this expression is used, i think, because we indonesian drive on the left side of the road. if we want to stop our cars, therefore, we should move our car to left side.

Taman Safari

by DSwede

Having one free day in Surabaya, but not having time to make any plans for far off places, I decided to take about an hour’s drive from Surabaya, to Taman Safari. It is actually a well maintained and populated drive-thru zoo, or Mc Zoo as a friend got me hooked on. From hippos to lions to monkeys to ostriches, they all came up within a few feet of the car.

The road systems are not well marked, so it is best that you get directions from a local (maybe hotel concierge) from your specific location.

Try d hisit soup.... heavenly..........

by l-e-z-ah about Fajar restaurant

there's nothing special about d interior.... but d location is great coz u can easily drop by after hours of shopping in Tunjungan Plaza....

it's a typical Chinese restaurant, but with d best hainan rice (a kind of chicken flavoured rice) in town Try d hainan rice instead of normal one... combine it with d rolled shrimp (udang gulung) .... oh yeah, for d appetizer, don't miss d hisit soup... choose d one with crabmeat or shark fin... rather expensive but worth every penny.....

Gado-gado Surabaya

by ukirsari about Any hawkers and by cart of food

Local salad, content fresh vegetables (lettuce and tomato) and boiled vegetables (spinach, green beans and seasonal vegetables), fried tofu and tempe also boiled egg and shrimp crackers, added with fried potato and rice cake then topping with peanut sauce. The taste is unique, different than gado-gado ala Betawinese.


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