Mount Bromo, located in East Java, indeed invites many tourists because of its natural scenery. The name of Mount Bromo itself is taken from one of the main deities in Hinduism, Brahma. This mountain has a height of 2329 meters above sea level.
Travel to Mount Bromo
From the Arjosari terminal, you can use public transportation to Tumpang Market. There you can continue your night trip with Hardtop or Jeep with several other groups if you want to see the sunrise. Hartop’s rental price currently ranges from Rp1.2 million for 4-6 people. Some charge IDR 250,000 to IDR 350,000 per person with a minimum departure of 6 people.
The price of the entrance ticket for Mount Bromo
The price for Indonesian Travelers is Rp.29,000 on weekdays and Rp.34,000 on weekends.
The price for Foreign Tourists is Rp.220,000 on weekdays and Rp.320,000 on weekends.
Enjoy the Tourist Area of Mount Bromo
There is one thing that is so anticipated by tourists, namely the beauty of the crater of Mount Bromo. Here you will be spoiled by the beauty of Bromo crater that is exquisite. But to be able to see it with a closer distance, visitors must be willing to walk about 2 km from the parking area. Not to mention, there are still hundreds of steps that you must conquer. But if you feel lazy or having a hard time climbing the stairs here, you can choose by riding a horse while enjoying the beautiful scenery around Mount Bromo.
Pura Luhur Poten
Still, in the Bromo sand area, there is one of the best places that you can visit, namely Luhur Poten Temple. Pura here is a place of worship for local residents who embrace Hinduism. No wonder when the Nyepi celebration arrived, this area was always enlivened by visits by local residents who wanted to worship there. Usually, the Bromo Tengger National Park area is also closed for the convenience of residents who want to carry out their worship in this temple.
Tengger Cultural tourism
The Tengger community living in Mount Bromo has cultural tourism which is carried out once a year as a routine event and is visited by tourists. On the 14th day of the Hindu Yadnya Kasada festival, people often bring offerings in the form of livestock, fruit, vegetables, and others brought to the summit of Mount Bromo as a sign of gratitude to God Almighty.