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Travel Update: Things to See and Do in Mount Bromo

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September 25, 2014 4:25 AM

Westhill Consulting Travel and Tours, Inc., Singapore provides services such as booking, tour facilitation, travel documentation and other related services to Southeast Asian. This article will present you other destination in Indonesia aside from Bali and Jakarta.

Hike Mount Bromo - With its iconic distorted top and smoldering smoke, Mount Bromo is the focus of the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park. Visit at sunrise to observe of spectacular views of the Sea of Sand and the nearby misty peaks.

Go to the Madakaripura Waterfall - Legend says cleansing in the cool waters of these falls is the elixir of life. Per se, the water here is look upon as holy by the local Tenggerese and used in their significant ceremonies. Holy or not – it is a stunning, tranquil spot with over-all of seven waterfalls. Weather this is a fraud or not, this place is worth visiting.

Stopover the Poten - The Poten is the Tenggerese Hindu temple that stands in in all its enigmatic magnificence within the Sea of Sand surrounding Mount Bromo. This entire area has an strangely mystic appeal that is not to be neglected.

Meander Through Beautifully Colorful Houses - The local Tenggerese houses tend toward the wildly colorful. Walk around the village near Mount Bromo to take in this uniquely beautiful culture reflected in their houses.

Hike Mount Batok- Warning, this beauty will take you to the dreamlike experience. Mount Batok is a stunning volcano to the north of Mount Bromo. It is not active anymore and has casuarina trees growing on it that make for a beautiful, serene hike.

Hike Mount Semeru - Situated at the far south end of the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park, Mount Semeru bids an exciting hike for the most serious and fit of trekkers. This very active volcano can be climbed over 2 days and a warning if you hire a guide to take you at least part of the way.

What to Eat in Mount Bromo - There are very rare independent restaurants or dining options here – more often than not restaurants are a portion of lodges and hotels and you’ll most probably be eating where you sleep.

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