Stay 2 Nights and get up to 17% off – Swiss Belhotel Petitenget, Bali
Book for 2 nights and get up to 17% discounts at Swiss Belhotel Petitenget, Bali.
– 2 nights accommodation in a Deluxe room
– Daily breakfast for 2 persons
– Free WiFi internet access
– Access to gym and swimming pool
– Complimentary bottled water
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This city used to be the trading hub for the illustrious inland empires of Java. Situated on the mouth area of the Brantas river, today Surabaya is today's professional city, considered the monetary and trading centre of Eastern Java as well as home to the country's navy. For site visitors, highlights of metropolis include its submarine museum, the immaculately provided Sampoerna museum, Cheng Hoo Mosque or a trip to the island of Madura where you can go through the excitement and excitement of an area bull race. The town is also an excellent bottom part to explore the other visitors attractions of East Java including Mt Bromo, the cool pile retreats of Malang and the natural splendor of Ijen Plateau.
Explore the culinary excursion of fine eating out choices to stunning nighttime stalls offering unique local snack foods. From fruit salad known as Rujak, the savoury blacksoup with diced beef called Rawon and the deep-fried tofu dish known as Tahu Tek. Most well-known food souvenir from Surabaya is the layered cake make of Spikoe Resep Kuno, Almond Crispy potato chips, Bu Rudy's Chilly Sauce and the latest visits of Surabaya Snowcake – combined of pastry and sponge wedding cake.
Makassar is the largest city in east Indonesia and the capital city of South Sulawesi province. Makassar enjoys a central location in the Indonesian archipelago and is the Indonesia’s busy air hub, connecting Sumatra, Java, Bali and Kalimantan in the west with Sulawesi, the Moluccas and Papua in the east. Ever since the 14th century and located on the busy trading route along the deep Straits of Makassar, the city of Makassar is a bustling cosmopolitan town with settlement of many races and ethnic groups, of Chinese, Europeans, Javanese, Balinese, Ambon and others. Makassar is the Gateway to East Indonesia, as well as the entry point to an adventurous tour to the Tana Toraja highlands, where awesome mountain scenery and the unique rituals of the Toraja people await.
The island of Makassar are also known to have some of the best spots for diving. Just a mere 50 km from the city, Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park awaits with its stunning waterfall and hordes of enchanting butterflies, or visit Bulukumba's fascinating traditional ship building dockyards and pristine beach at Bira. Freshly caught seafood served in a variety of ways, Chinese or local, is the highlight of any visit to Makassar.