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Cruise ships arrive at the high tech Surabaya cruise terminal. This modern building has lots of facilities to welcome cruise passengers to their wonderfull destination. Read all about your transportation options and what to see and do in the full Surabaya cruise port guide.
In the city you will find 2 statues like this; one at the zoo and one at the river. It is the symbol of the city because of a famous story. Sura means shark and Baya means crocodile, hence the name of the city. The story goes that these 2 creatures fought each other in order to gain the title of strongest and most powerful animal in the area.
Jl. Raya Diponegoro No.1-B, RT.001/RW.02, Darmo, Wonokromo, Kota SBY, Jawa Timur 60241, Indonesia
The official taxi of Surabaya (and Indonesia) is the blue bird company. You can recognise these taxis by their blue color. They have got the best price for you and they are always willing to go on the meter. You will find these and also other freelance taxis at the cruise terminal on the parking lot. Rule of thumb and easy calculation for you: if you let the Blue Bird taxi of on the meter it will coast about 10 USD per hour.
This building stand in the middle of Surabaya. It is the Grahadi building which is a convention hall and the official resident of the East Java Governor. You can visit the house if you want.
Jalan Gubernur Suryo, Surabaya, Jawa Timur, 60271, Indonesia
This hotel will never disappoint whatever your interests are. If you like the spa: they have the packages here for you. If you want to relax at the pool: your welcome to join in. If you want a luxurious lunch: they make that for you. If you want history: there is not a better location in the city. The Majapahit hotel is a luxury hotel in Surabaya formerly known as Hotel Orange that opened in 1911. In the new art deco style lobby you will find several historical photos reminding the Indonesians of the time they tore down the Dutch flag right here at this hotel, claiming their freedom from the Netherlands. Whatever you are looking for we think a stop at the Majapahit hotel is mandatory.
Jalan Tunjungan No. 65, Genteng, Kota SBY, Jawa Timur 60275, Indonesia
This Russian submarine is one of the eye catchers of the city. This submarine was build in 1952 in Vladivostok and it was bought by Indonesia in 1962, decommissioned in 1990. It now stands tall next to the river and if you want you can actually peek inside. All the rooms are open for the public and you’re free to get an inside look into the periscope and torpedo tubes.
Jalan Pemuda No.39, Embong Kaliasin, Genteng, Embong Kaliasin, Genteng, Kota SBY, Jawa Timur 60100, Indonesia
The House of Sampoerna often organized a free heritage track tour through the city. Catch it at the house of Sampoerna. Read more information about this on their website.
Surabaya has tons of shopping malls. The Grand city mall is a superb one, but the best one of all is perhaps Tunjungan Plaza. See both shopping malls location on the map.