Mount Bromo is one of the active volcanoes to date, Mount Bromo is located in Malang City, East Java, precisely bordering Probolinggo, Pasuruan, Lumajang, and Malang Regency. This mountain is very popular both for foreign and foreign tourists because of its beauty, the name Bromo is taken from Sanskrit ‘Brahma’ which is one of the Main Gods of Hindus.
You can use various kinds of ways to get to Bromo, practically, friend travelers can use Travel services such as in Surabayabromotours.com, or friend travelers can use private vehicles (cars) to be more comfortable, rent motorbikes / cars, or use public transportation to Mount Bromo. For Travel services, my friend can directly search on google search because I want to share info about public transportation and the path that is passed if I bring my own vehicle so that more local tourists can come to this beautiful place without having to spend a lot of money.
Access And Route to Mount Bromo
Surabaya Line – Bromo Using private vehicles (cars)
To access the road to Bromo by using a Private Car, you can follow the same road with the motorbike lane, or you can shorten the time by going through the Toll road, turning the Waru Roundabout into the Toll Road and taking the route to Malang to exit at the exit of the Toll Road in Porong, and then just follow the same direction as the motorbike track user.
Surabaya Line – Bromo Using a private vehicle (Via Cemoro kandang – Tumpang)
Another alternative to get to Bromo can also be through the Tumpang village path, but I forget the details, the exact starting point is still the same, my friend travels to Sidoarjo through Porong, but no need to turn left towards Pasuruan Bangil, but just keep going straight follow the road to Gempol and Lawang until arriving in Malang City. After going through the Blimbing station on the left side of the road, friend traveler turned left on Adi Sucipto street. From Adi Sucipto road, continue through Wendit Road and turn right past Wijaya Kusuma road until the junction and turn right through Madyopura road and then turn left through Cemoro Kandang road. From Cemoro Street, this cage is a straight way to arrive at Tumpang Village. From the Pasar Tumpang, just ask the residents around the Tumpang market, where the right route to get to Mount Bromo.
Access to Mount Bromo using public transportation from Surabaya
There are two public transportation lines that can be used to go to Mount Bromo, through Malang or via probolinggo, the most frequently traversed route is the probolinggo route via Cemoro Lawang.
Access to Public Transportation Towards Mount Bromo via the Probolinggo (Purbalingga) route
If you depart from Surabaya, the traveler must go to Bungurasih (Purabaya) Terminal in Surabaya first. If you are a traveler living outside Java / outside East Java, then when you arrive at Juanda airport, your friend can use Damri Airport bus to go to Bungurasih terminal at a rate of Rp.20,000. From Bungurasih Terminal, choose the Bus that goes to Malang City, Arjosari Malang Terminal with a tariff range of Rp.15,000 to Rp. 25,000 for +/- 2 hours, don’t forget to always be aware of the fraud in the Terminal, avoid buying tickets from terminal brokers.
After arriving at the Arjosari terminal, the next destination is Bayu Angga Probolinggo Terminal, the traveler can continue the trip at a rate of Rp +/- 15,000 for 2.5 hours. After arriving at the Probolinggo terminal, continue with the Elf (a size Mini Bus) to go to the Cemoro Lawang area for Rp. 25,000. Elf is only available until 2:00 p.m., and starts operating again at 8 o’clock the next morning, so don’t let buddy travel late. In general, elves only just started to leave after full passengers (around 12 people).
From Arjosari Malang terminal to Bayu Angga Probolinggo Terminal, it takes about 2.5 hours of driving with Rp 10,000 per bus ticket price.
From Cemoro Lawang, the location of Mount Bromo is still far enough to walk, except for friends, travelers like trecking, the transportation options here are Jeep / Hardtop with a cost of Rp. 350,000 – Rp 550.000 (negotiable)