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The nostalgic atmosphere of Malang will relive the time of Dutch colonial era as you stroll through the town of Malang. In this short tour, you get to explore the scenic town view of Malang, from its ‘Tempo Doeloe‘ houses to the colourful village of Jodhipan.

This laidback tour will be even more enjoyable as you will ride becak to explore this town. Accompanied by an enthusiastic local guide, take this tour as the start of your East Java adventure!

4 hours
15+ Age
  • Destination

  • Departure

    Hotel Lobby (Hotel at Malang City Centre)
  • Departure Time

    Please arrive by 8:30 AM for a departure at 9:00 AM.
  • Return Time

    Approximately 8:30 PM.
  • Dress Code

    Casual Clothing, comfortable walking sandal or shoes, hat
  • Included

    Entrance Fees
    Private Transportation
  • Not Included

    Airplane Transport
    Departure Taxes
    Return Hotel Transfers

Tour Details:

You will be picked up at your accommodation and start the becak tour with a local guide. You will visit the interesting places in Malang. The Ijen Boulevard still is as in Colonial style. With broad lane, Dutch architecture houses, Palm trees and bougenville flowers. The route continues along the market to the Chinese Temple. This colorful temple is the icon of Malang and belong to worshippers of Buddhism, Confucianism and Taoism. From the temple continue by becak to the Kampung Jodipan. You can take a walk here and admire the project of students to paint the buildings and converted a kampong in a tourist destination and photogenic area. Before going back to the accommodation you will visit Toko Oen, which was a well-known restaurant in Colonial time. You may have a coffee, ice cream or take lunch here before returning back to the hotel.

Tour Location

Malang, East Java

History Of The City

Malang is a city in East Java, Indonesia. Prized by the Dutch for its mild highland climate, the city retains much of its colonial architecture. The Balai Kota building blends Indonesian and Dutch styles, and grand mansions line the main boulevard, Jalan Besar Ijen. North of the city, the Buddhist-Hindu Singosari Temple ruins are a remnant of a medieval kingdom. To the east is Mt. Bromo, a volcano with hiking trails.  
The tour is inclusive of:
  • Indonesian Speaking Guide
  • Entrance fee to Jodhipan Village
  • Becak
The tour is excluded to:
    • Meals
    • Tipping
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