You will Realize why you should visit Malang after read this post. we show you many things that you can enjoy while Traveling to Malang. its up to you to choose it from now. lets enjoy malang View


Traveling in Malang would not be so great if you don’t do having fun with your friends, family and the one you love. there are many park that you can enjoy in Malang City for having fun even can amuse you with your traveling time. here are some recommended place for you to go :

  • Batu Night Spectacular (BNS)

    bnsthis is the place that you cannot miss while traveling to Malang. BNS is a park located in Batu City filled with enormous and sparkling light makes your time felt be more interested. you can visit BNS start from 03.00 PM untill midnight


    jp1if you are looking for a great amusement fill with all fun games and play ground for you and your family, then Jatim Park Malang is one of considerable for you. This place located 20 KM from Malang City tho the West (Batu). there are 36 fun lit which welcome you to enjoy your time


    jp2a great Fantasy Land that you an enjoy with your friends and family. this place reflects learning while playing concept especially for your children who need to discover the world. this is a good choice for you to come. Jatim Park 2 provides a really big and heterogeneous Secret Zoo Zone, Tree In Hotel and another interesting lit.

  • Batu City


    the famous place with apple garden that allow you to pick apple and feel going back to nature is one capability of Batu city. you can enjoy walking in a garden full with apples and make you feel more relaxed.

Malang Evergreen City

alun-alunlocated in the heart of Malang, evergreen city is a place that enable you to have quality time while traveling and feel the coolness of Malang City.

  • Mountains to Visit

If you are a hikers, Hiking in East Java would be a great experience for you

here are the mounts that you should hike while Traveling to East Java

1. Mount Bromo


Mount Bromo, at 2329 m, is one of the most iconic mountain in Indonesia. This is due its majestic beauty, where it stands forebodingly within the Tengger caldera sea of sand while spewing off white sulfurous smoke. Mount Bromo is one of the most active volcanoes of the world and one of the frequent visited ones. Travelers from far and wide come here to view the sunrise over this mountain, where the ethereal landscape is not to be missed.

2. Ijen Crater


Ijen Crater or locally known as Kawah Ijen is another popular mountain of Java after Mount Bromo. Many travelers continue to visit here after Mount Bromo and the experience is refreshingly new. Inside the crater you will see a magnificent turquoise sulfur lake that exudes flames, blue fire at night and smoky white in the day.You will also meet many sulfur collectors on your hike up and be shocked by the condition of their work consuming the harmful fumes all the time. Ijen volcano contains the world’s largest acidic volcanic lake that shines in beautiful turquoise color. By night the lake will throw off blue flames which many hikers brave the dark for.

3. Mount Semeru

semeruMount Semeru is the tallest mountain in Java, located at the east. It is also known as Mahameru by the locals which means The Great Mountain, deriving from the mystical Hindu-Buddhist mountain of Meru and Sumeru the gods. Climbing to the peak takes two hiking days and it is relatively easy for seasoned hikers. The only challenge is the last slope up to the summit. Mount Semeru is an active volcano with constants smoke from it’s crater.

4. Mount Merbabu


Mount Merbabu, the name loosely translated as “Mountain of Ash”, is the only volcano mountain in this list that is dormant. But even with that, it is still a volcano to be reckoned with. It lies adjacent to Mount Merapi towards the southeast at the height of 3142 m. It is a challenging hike up to the peak, there are two peaks – Syarif (3119 m) and Kenteng Songo (3142 m), forming a U-shaped valley. The area of the mountain had been declared as a national park in 2004.

5. Sleeping Beauty Mountain

sleeping beauty mount

Sleeping Beauty Mountain located outstretched between Malang Regency dan Batu City. around 30 km to the West of Malang City. Sleeping Beauty Mountain is a suite of mountain, which consist of  Panderman Mount (feet), Kawi Mount (chest) and  Butak Mount (head). the Shape of this mountain only can be seen from far distance,especially from Malang City View. an ideal place to see to see Sleeping Beauty Mountain without any hindrance are in Bamban Street, Pakis, Malang Regency. it is located in a main road beside the wet rice field from Malang City Park you can go 8 km through north east

  • Temples

Top Temples List in East Java that you need to Visit here if talking about Malang Tourism Center

  • The Keraton of Singasari Temples


    Situated 12 kms outside of Malang on the road to Pasuruan, Singosari is an unexceptional Javanese village in most respects. However, the humble appearance of the village today belies its great importance in history. For between 1222 and 1293 this area housed the keraton (palace) of Singosari, a Hindu-Buddhist kingdom that was the most powerful on Java in the thirteenth century. Though the great majority of its treasures have been destroyed or pillaged, just enough remains to make this an essential stop on a tour through the highlands around Malang.

    In its heyday, the area must have boasted one of the most impressive ensembles of religious buildings in East Java; the remains of no less than eight Hindu and Buddhist temples have been found in the vicinity. They were built around the edge of the alun-alun (town square) which stood in front of the keraton of the king of Singasari, and they would have been a reminder to the ancient Javanese that their ruler wielded not just secular power, but also possessed sakti, an aura of spiritual and religious authority. This would have been especially important for the Singasari kings, whose progenitor, Ken Arok, was a commoner who had seized power by force.

  • Candi Badut


    Candi Badut, the oldest surviving structure in all of East Java, is a dated temple; according to an inscription on the temple body, it was completed on the 28th of November in the year 760. This date is now used as the official ‘birth date’ of Malang. During our visit in 2009, there were signs all over town commemorating the 1249th birthday of the city of Malang, with the year 760 being the starting point. From the viewpoint of historical accuracy, this was clearly a rather arbitrary designation. There is no real proof of continuity between Candi Badut and the city of Malang. When the temple was rediscovered by an archaeologist in 1923, it was little more than a pile of rubble and it had clearly been abandoned for many centuries; it is by no means apparent that the area had been continuously settled since 760.

Candi Kidal and Jago


In the villages around the modern city of Malang are a number of temples dating back to the Singosari kingdom, also known as the Singasari or Singhasari. Most of these actually served a dual function. While they were certainly sites for religious ceremonies, they were also, perhaps predominantly, funerary monuments to the Singosari kings. Like the kings of Angkor, who ruled in Cambodia at that time, the Singosari kings were ‘devaraja’, God-kings, and a magnificent funerary monument was required as a projection of their immortal, god-like nature. These temples then were an important part of a worldview which saw the Singosari kings as an essential link between Earth and Heaven, and a visit to them can lend a lot of insight into the culture of ancient Java.

Two of them, Candi Kidal and Candi Jago, are located about 7 kilometres apart to the east of Malang, and they are best visited on a single trip. The closer of the pair to town is Candi Jago but it is also the more recent of the temples, so we will start with Candi Kidal, which is located 22 kilometres from Malang in the small, semi-rural village of Rejokidal. Though taking public transport, we made it there with comparatively few hassles; the whole trip only involved a single change of angkutan (minibus). As always the angkutans were a hot and stuffy way to travel, but they weren’t especially crowded, so at least we had leg room. Admittedly, the trip wasn’t fast, but we got out to Candi Kidal in about an hour and a quarter, which was toward the more hopeful end of our expectations. And the glimpses of village life proved to be a decent pay-off for our efforts.

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