Private Surabaya City Tour
The second largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta, Surabaya is only recently being discovered by international tourists. A 5-hour journey through this City of Heroes will give you a glimpse into its historic past as the birthplace of the Indonesian nation through its plentiful statues of independence scattered all over the city.
Stroll through Chinatown, one of the nation's biggest, to survey Chinese crockery, hand pulled carts and disintegrating Dutch flavored buildings. North of Chinatown is the Arab Quarter where you will find everything from Muslim prayer beads and goat fried rice to sweet perfumes and plastic camels. While here, make your way through a labyrinth of roads leading to a 15th century mosque routinely visited by devout pilgrims.
At the House of Sampoerna you will find a tobacco museum full of quirky curios as well as a factory floor where the fastest rollers churn out 4,000 cigarettes a day.
The Buddhist Temple and historic luxury Majapahit Hotel are also on tap and certainly worth the visit.
While out and about you will have the opportunity to try novel types of different food at a 4-star restaurant and soak in the chaotic beauty of this quixotic little corner of the world.
Book now and get ready to discover the mesmerizing culture and people of Surabaya.