East Java GuideEast Java covers the eastern third of the island of Java, Indonesia, as well as the island of Madura and several small offshore islands. The spine of East Java is dominated by a series of rugged, spectacular volcanic peaks. HotelsFind hotels in Surabaya, Malang, Malang, Batu and more.
Popular in East JavaSurabayaSurabaya is the capital of East Java and the 2nd largest city in Indonesia. The story goes that Surabaya's name derives from the Javanese words Suro, meaning shark, and Boyo, meaning crocodile. Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National ParkBromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park is in East Java, Indonesia. The national park is named after its two mountains, Mount Semeru, Mount Bromo and the Tengger people who inhabit the area. MalangMalang is a city in East Java. Malang is the second largest city in East Java with a rapidly growing population of about 1.2 million.
In East JavaMaduraMadura is an island off the coast of East Java A byword for crowded poverty even in Indonesia, Madura's infertile soil has led … BatuBatu is a city in East Java. The cool, fresh hill town of Batu was a retreat for the Dutch in colonial days. BanyuwangiBanyuwangi is a city at the eastern-tip of East Java in Indonesia. Banyuwangi is at the easternmost tip of Java, and is best known for its ferry connection at Ketapang to Gilimanuk in Bali. SukamadeSukamade is turtle conservation area in East Java, Indonesia. Sukamade beach is about 97 km to southwest of Banyuwangi. JemberJember is a city and regency district in East Java. This is East Java's third largest city after Surabaya and Malang. MadiunMadiun is a city in East Java. The city is located 169 km west of Surabaya, or 114 km east of Surakarta City. Baluran National ParkBaluran National Park is in East Java, Indonesia. This park is a forest preservation area that covers about 25,000 hectares of the north coast of East Java. BlitarBlitar is a city in East Java. The main claim to fame of this quiet and charming town is as the birth and burial place of Indonesia's founding father, Sukarno. BondowosoBondowoso is a town in East Java, Indonesia. The lost ancient city and the western gateway to the Ijen Crater. PacetPacet is a mountainous district in Mojokerto East Java, about 1 hour from Surabaya, the provincial capital. TretesTretes is a mountainous resort in East Java, about 1.5 hours by car from Surabaya and approximately 10 km from Trawas and Pacet. ProbolinggoProbolinggo is a city in East Java, Indonesia. This is a port town, particularly for the fishing industry and is the nearest town of any size to Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park. LumajangLumajang is a city in East Java. Most comfort way to get in to Lumajang is by minibus. TrawasTrawas is a small mountainous district in East Java, about 1.5 hours by car from Surabaya, the capital city. Pulau SempuPulau Sempu, meaning "Sempu Island," is a national park in Malang region of East Java, Indonesia. TrowulanTrowulan is in East Java. Bus From Surabaya Terminal Bungurasih take a bus headed for Jombang and ask to get off at "Trowulan perempatan, lampu merah". BojonegoroBojonegoro is a city and regency district in East Java. In modern times Bojonegoro has lived in the shadow of its much larger and much wealthier neighbour of Surabaya to the east. KediriKediri is a city in East Java. It is located near Brantas River, the longest river in East Java.
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