Day Tour - Historical Majapahit City Tour via Surabaya

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This trip is perfect for family or couple or solo traveler who wants to have some getaway from standard tour package. By having a day off from bustling Surabaya, our team will bring you to travel back in time until Majapahit kingdom reign. Guests will visit the ancient bathing palace under Penanggungan mountain; and visit the archeological sites in the past capital city of Majapahit kingdom. Majapahit kingdom is the last major empires of the region and is considered to be one of the greatest and most powerful empires in the history of Indonesia and Southeast Asia, one that is sometimes seen as the precedent for Indonesia's modern boundaries. Its influence extended beyond the modern territory of Indonesia and has been the subject of many studies.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: The Java Tour

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Jolotundo Temple

Morning pick up in guest's hotel by 8AM, our driving team will deliver guests to Mojokerto town for 2hours. Here guests will visit the ancient communal bathing under Penanggungan mountain. This bathing was commonly used by Udhayana, the king of Bali in 991 year. Jolotundo water debet known as never dried and therefor was built temple next to it to give a prayer and show respect to nature for everlasting water source.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Trowulan Archeological Site

Next stop, we will explore the great ancient Majapahit kingdom which ruins are still under on-going study by domestic or foreign archeologist. Trowulan area was capital of Majapahit kingdom, therefor geuts will spot more than 1 site or temple in this area. Older research at Trowulan has concentrated on monumental remains: temples, tombs, and a bathing place. Archaeological surveys and excavations have recently found the remains of industrial, commercial and religious activity, habitation areas, water supply systems and water canals all of which are evidence of dense population during the 14th to 15th centuries. In October 2009 Ministry of Culture and Tourism of Indonesia submitted Trowulan as UNESCO World Heritage list.

Duration: 4 hour
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