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  • Museum Kesehatan dr. Adhyatma, MPH (Dr. Adhyatma Health Museum), Indrapura 17,  +62 31 352-8748, fax: 031 352-8749. A museum built in the 1990s oriented towards the history of human health and sanitation.
  • Museum Negeri Mpu Tantular Formerly the Stedelijk Historisch Museum Surabaya (Urban Historical Museum Surabaya) established by G.H. Von Faber in 1933. The largest museum in East Java, convering geology, biology, ethnography, archaeology, history, numismatics, philology, ceramics, fine arts and technology. Named after Mpu Tantular, a 14th century Majapahit-era poet. Address: Raya Buduran (Barat Jembatan Layang), Sidoarjo 61252. Phone/Fax: 031 805-6688.
  • Museum Rudi Isbandi (Modern and contemporary art museum),  +62 31 503-2931. Holdings collected from 1952 to 2009. Opened 20 December 2009, and named after collector Rudi Isbandi. Address: Karangwismo I/10, Surabaya.
  • Museum TNI AL Loka Jala Çrana (Loka Jaya Çrana Navy Museum). Established in 1969, the museum contains various displays related to the Indonesian Navy since the revolution era, including ships and amphibious tanks and a planetarium. Address: Candradimuka Kompleks Pendidikan TNI AL Bumimoro, Surabaya. Phone: 031 329-1092 x4380.
  • Gereja Kelahiran Santa Perawan Maria. The oldest church in Surabaya. Beautiful glass panels and serene surroundings.
  • Grahadi. The colonial-era residence of the Governor of East Java. You can watch Reog dance, a vigorous traditional dance at the nearby 'Balai Pemuda' (Youth Hall- one historical building in Surabaya) every Sunday at 8.30AM.
  • G-Walk located in west Surabaya (CitraLand). There are many food stalls and bazaars at night where you can find a lot of good food. It gets very crowded at night and it's a place for a lot of young people to hang out. A new food market just opened in 2011 and close to G-Walk you'll also find some bars. G-Walk is located between Pakuwon Super Mall and Ciputra Golf.
  • Hok An Kiong Chinese Temple (Klenteng Jalan Coklat). Excellent example of an older Chinese Southeast Asian temple, built in the early 19th century. Numerous old wooden carvings and statues from around the region. Just ask a bicycle to bring you to "Jalan Coklat" (Chocolate street) and you'll see a bright red temple building. Afterwards, walk westward then north through some of the city's numerous examples of old colonial commercial architecture.
  • House of Sampoerna. Situated in "old Surabaya"‚ this stately Dutch colonial-style compound was built in 1862 and is now a preserved historical site. Cited as the top tourist destination in Surabaya, the complex offers a museum, an art gallery, a cafe as well as souvenir shops. It also provides a City Sightseeing bus for free with a tour guide speaking English. Check out the timing for the museum's main attraction: hundreds of girls hand-rolling Indonesia's most prestigious cigarette, Dji Sam Soe, using traditional equipment. They do it at an unbelievable speed.
  • Kya-Kya Kembang Jepun is now defunct. At night the Kembang Jepun area in Chinatown is transformed into a street bazaar of food stalls. An interesting show of Indo-Chinese culture and atmosphere.
  • Loop located in west Surabaya (Graha Famili). There are many food stalls and bazaars at night where you can find a lot of good food. It gets very crowded at night and it's a place for a lot of young people to hang out.
  • Masjid Al Akbar Surabaya A huge mosque (some say it's the biggest mosque in SE Asia). The mosque has a tower which is equipped with an elevator, so that visitors can see Surabaya from top of the tower, 65 m (195 ft) above ground level.
  • Masjid Cheng Hoo, a small but impressively detailed modern mosque, built circa 2001 and named after Zheng He, the Chinese Muslim (of distant Turmenistani-heritage!) admiral who lead the Ming Dynasty treasure fleets on their seven voyages through the South China Sea to Southeast Asia, South Asia, the Middle East and East Africa. Beautiful Chinese architecture, and a large outdoor model of one of the ancient Chinese treasure vessels! About 10 minutes walk from Surabaya City Hall, or 5 minutes by "becak".
  • Monumen Jalasveva Jayamahe A monument on Surabaya's seafront dedicated to the service of The Indonesian Navy.
  • Monumen Kapal Selam KRI Pasopati (410), A Soviet-built submarine display which proudly served in Indonesian Navy since 1962. Launched in 1952 and since her decommissioning in 1990, now preserved as a monument. The body/hull was slightly cut for stairs & door for easier public entrance & viewing. Right beside the monument, there is a building where a short movie about the history of the submarine itself can be viewed. It is located beside the river next to Delta Plaza. You also can see the Suroboyo monument near the river.
  • Pasar Ampel A large Arab market selling carpets and all sorts of other goodies. At the end of the main narrow lane is the mosque and grave of one of the nine Muslim saints of Java, Sunan Ampel.
  • Pasar Keputran Apparently a small local food market.
  • Surabaya Cathedral (Katedral Hati Kudus Yesus), seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Surabaya, established on February 15, 1928 as the Apostolic Prefecture of Surabaya from the Apostolic Vicariate of Batavia, promoted on October 16, 1941 as Apostolic Vicariate of Surabaya, promoted on January 3, 1961 as the Diocese of Surabaya, and renamed as such August 22, 1973. The local area apparently includes 150,457 (4.4%) Catholics.
  • Surabaya Zoo (Kebun Binatang/Bonbin), 3 km south of the city centre (near Joyoboyo bus terminal). One of the largest and best in Southeast Asia. You also can see the Suroboyo monument near the zoo entrance.
  • The Suramadu Bridge (Jembatan Suramadu), also known as the Surabaya-Madura Bridge, is a bridge with cable-stayed which connects Surabaya on the island of Java and the town of Bangkalan on the island of Madura. The bridge is open for public since June 10, 2009.
  • Kenjeran Beach (Pantai Kenjeran), is a beach with black sand.
  • Tugu Pahlawan A monument dedicated to the fallen heroes of Surabaya during the Independence war of 1945-49. It is located right in front of the Governor official building at Jl.Pahlawan.
  • Pakuwon.


Tunjungan Plaza

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Submarine Monument (Monumen Kapal Selam)

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Heroic Monument

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Surabaya Zoo

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Surabaya Grand Mosque

Mpu Tantular Museum

BG Junction

Joko Dolog Statue

Al Akbar Mosque

House of Sampoerna

Royal Plaza Surabaya

Surabaya Town Square

Sepuluh November Institute of Technology

Ampel Mosque

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About Surabaya


Very tropical and you need to wear casual, light clothes: T-shirts, shorts, sandals or shoes. Temperatures vary little through the year, with daytime highs around 32-34°C, falling at night to 22-26°C. During the rainy season (November–April) be prepared for occasional flash floods and traffic jams, although it's not as bad as Jakarta.


  • Swim and have fun with water in Ciputra Waterpark, a great place for swimming, it has a wave pool, slides, and more. This waterpark is located in the CitraLand complex. It is usually crowded on Saturdays, Sundays and other holidays. The waterpark is open until 8 pm.
  • Enjoy the local arts at Balai Pemuda, an art center in the heart of Surabaya, near the City Hall. You can watch the Reog Dance and other art performance. The big event is Festival Seni Surabaya (FSS), held every year on June. During the Dutch Colonial era, this building was a club called Simpangsche Societeit.
  • Get around the Old Town area (Around Kembang Jepun to the port) and enjoy the view of nice colonial buildings.
  • Surabaya has several golf courses. Try to golf in Bukit Darmo Golf [4]. This golf course is located in the elite housing area in West Surabaya. This course has 18 holes, designed by Jack Nicklaus II. Another alternative is Yani Golf. This course is built in hilly terrain and is the oldest course in town with the crypt of the last Dutch Governor on it. Otherwise, you can try Graha Famili golf course (18 holes), inside Graha Famili real estate site, near the Bukit Darmo Golf. Also Ciputra Golf found within Citraland Estate. For beginner, try Pakuwon Golf instead within Pakuwon Estate - a 18-hole par 3 course, the 'back nine' - just opened in 2011 - are quite challenging. There's also excellent Taman Dayu golf located about an hour drive south, towards Malang. There you also find the very nice course of Fina Golf. Another 9-hole Par 3 course can be found on the estate of Semen Gresik in the town of the same name. Generally Golf in Surabaya is both Great and Cheap if you compare with most other countries.
  • Watch movies in 21 Group cinemas, a nice cinema. 21 Cinemas have air-conditioners and nice seats. You can identify if a cinema is part of Group 21 from the last name, like Empire 21 or Tunjungan 21. And now there are also XXI which is still the same group of 21. The XXI cinema available at SUTOS (Surabaya Town Square) and Tunjungan Plaza. The XXI cinemas are more expensive than 21 Cinema. This is where you can see the schedule of the cinemas [5]. Beware of other cinemas, which are usually dirty, unsafe, and without air-conditioner.
  • Get special souvenirs of Surabaya at Roode Brug Soerabaia, Jl. Pucang Anom TImur 70. You can bring the memory of old Surabaya on a t-shirt, miniature of KRI Pasopati Sub Marine, replica of WWII army uniform, British helmets, Japanese helmets, KNIL helmets and old fashion clerk hats. You can also ask for heritage tour to kolonial buildings and kampong of Surabaya.


Surabaya is famous for rujak cingur, a local salad with sauce and cingur (slices of cooked cow nose). Try also the sate kelopo, satay with coconut rasp which you can find in Jalan Walikota Mustajab.

Surabaya is home to a huge number of restaurants - this is an eating culture.

Don't forget to try pecel, gado-gado, semanggi, bakso, es cendol, es campur, es teler, and es kacang ijo (mung bean milk).

Kue lapis Surabaya is the local variety of a cake that's made throughout large parts of Indonesia and Malaysia.


  • Kafe Bromo, Sheraton Surabaya Hotel & Towers, Jl. Embong Malang 25-31,  +62 31 546 8000. Offers delicious all day dining in a relaxed setting with a view that gives to pool.
  • Lung Yuan Chinese Restaurant, Sheraton Surabaya Hotel & Towers, Jl. Embong Malang 25-31,  +62 31 546 8000. Enjoy the exquisite Chinese dishes at Lung Yuan Chinese Restaurant. The menu features fresh seafood, premium fish and other renowned Cantonese cuisine. Its private room is prefect for business meeting or family gathering
  • Tradewinds Restaurant +62 31 7326066, e-mail: Jl. Raya Kupang Baru 17A.
  • Qua-Li. Specialized in authentic Singaporean and Hong Kong cuisines conveniently and inexpensively, Qua-Li tenants are located at East Coast Center, Supermal Pakuwon Indah, Tunjungan Plaza, Galaxy Mall and many other shopping centers.
  • JW Marriott Hotel. International buffet, French, Tang Palace Chinese and Japanese themed restaurants.
  • Angus House, World Trade Centre &amp HR. Muhammad. Premium quality steak.
  • Peking Duck, Tunjungan Plaza 4. Crispy Peking duck.
  • Sea Master, Mayjend Sungkono. Fresh seafood.
  • Boncafe, Mayjend Sungkono. Popular steakhouse next to the Sea Master restaurant.
  • Trattoria Valentino +62 31 734 3124. Jl. Bukit Darmo Golf R-12, (next to the golf club). Italian owned Restaurant, Wood fried pizza, hand made pastas. Family style, popular prices. Italian, English and Indonesian speakers.
  • Surabaya Suki +62 31 501 5979. Jl Raya Gubeng 34. Popular steam boat hang out. Also serves a variety of Chinese, Thai and other asian cuisines. Try "Thai Singkong" dessert. Also serve Hong Kong style Dim Sum all day and night.
  • Portofino, Shangri-la Hotel, Mayjend Sungkono. Great Italian Food, can be pricey.
  • Capital, Lenmarc Mall. There is no other restaurants serving complete original Western dishes except here in Capital, located in Lenmarc Mall.
  • Crystal Jade Chinese Restaurant, Lenmarc Mall. Cooked by professional chefs from Singapore, Hong Kong and People's Republic of China, Crystal Jade Chinese Restaurant has become a famous grand Chinese restaurant in many nations for serving authentic Chinese cuisines from the mainland of China.
  • Food courts, in all the main shopping malls offer a variety of Indonesian, Western Chinese and Japanese dishes at reasonable prices. The shopping malls also have good variety of small restaurants.
  • Ahimsa Restaurant, Kusuma Bangsa 80,  +62 31 5350466. Open from 7AM-10PM daily. Best known vegetarian restaurant in stylish decor. Pan Asian, Chinese and Indonesian cuisine.
  • American Grill, Tunjungan Plaza 3 Lower Ground Floor. All you can eat American style salads soups hot appetisers, desserts,

steak, seafood, chicken and salad.


  • Kahyangan Resto, Citraland. Authentic à la carte Indonesian cuisines accompanied with oriental touch are served here at precise prices.
  • Soto Ayam Ambengan, Jl. Ambengan. Serves soto, a yellow soup with chicken meat, noodle, and cabbage. The soup is yellow because of the turmeric and other spices.
  • Hary Hary Restaurant, Jl. Musi 47. Special Indonesian grilled fresh fish and prawn in Dutch colonial house with cozy and classy atmosphere. Many other heritage recipes like tahu tek-tek,nasi goreng,sate kelapa, etc.
  • Puri Garden, Plaza Surabaya 1F. Tasty selection of Indonesian food with dishes for Rp 10,000-20,000. Try puri kuali asam, an Indonesian twist on the spicy Thai tom yam kung soup.
  • Bakwan Dempo, Jl Dempo, Bakwan and fried or braised stuffed intestines.
  • Bakwan Gili, Ps Atum, Authentic Bakwan.
  • Bakwan Kapasari, Mayjend Sungkono. Serving meatballs (called bakwan), soup, tofu (called tahu), siomay and more since 1930s.
  • Nasi Uduk Kebon Kacang, Jl HR Muhammad, Jl. Ahmad Yani. Serving nasi uduk, Indonesian version of nasi lemak.
  • Bakwan Dempo 19, Jl. HR Muhammad 46. Try Bakwan campur, meatballs (bakwan) with siomay, tahu.
  • Depot You Yuen, Jl Undaan Kulon 87. Local vegetarian cuisine. Indonesian speakers only.
  • Ayam Bakar Prima Rasa, Jl.Kusuma Bangsa 3a, Jl.Raya Manyar Kertoajo 78, Jl.Raya Kupang Indah 1a, Jl. Indonesian food, especially grilled chicken (ayam bakar). BBQ fish (gurame bakar) with nice soy sauce, fresh fried fish (gurame goreng) looks like it is flying when served.
  • Ikan Bakar Cianjur, Mayjend Sungkono, Jl. Manyar Kertoarjo V. Try the ikan pesmol, fried fish with delicious local sauce or Nila Goreng, fried Nila fish with sambal or 'hot sauce'.
  • Ayam Goreng Kertajaya, Jl Pemuda (opposite Bonnet Supermarket and to Jl Jaksa Agung Suprapto.
  • Kartika Pujasera, Jl. Diponegoro. Pujasera is the abbreviation of 'Pusat Jajan Serba Ada' or if translated in English, 'complete snack Centre'. Here you can order various local food, ranging from semanggi, bakso, pecel, tahu tek, mie kluntung, gado-gado, lontong balap, bakwan kotak, bebek goreng.
  • Rawon Setan, Jl. Embong Malang, (opposite JW Marriot Hotel). Open 24 hr a day. Favourite among the locals.
  • Sate Klopo Ondomohen Jl. Walikota Mustajab. Local minced beef satay mixed with shredded coconut. One of Surabaya Cuisine
  • Leko Jl. HR Muhammad. Serves Indonesian cuisines and specializes in beef ribs presented in a special mashed spices, known as one of the prominent Javanese delicacies of lifetime. Recommended by the people of Surabaya.

Fast food

  • A&W, 3 food court. TP SuperMall
  • McDonald's, 3 food court. TP Galaxy Mall, Surabaya Plaza, and almost any other mall/plaza
  • KFC, Jl. Basuki Rachmat 16-18 (Gelael Supermarket). The original KFC, available in many larger malls.
  • Burger Bunder, Jl. Gayungsari Barat 125. The original recipe surabaya burger

Ice cream and pastry

  • Jasmine Ice Cream and Pastries, Grand City Mall lt 2-38, Jl. Gubeng Pojok no. 1, Galaxy Mall Lt 2 - 315. ☎ +62 31 594 7452, ☎ +62 31 7099-1431
  • Ibu Hasan, Jl. Manyar Rejo 8, Surabaya. Tel.: (62)(31) 594 8710. Jl. Kutai 25 A, Surabaya. Tel.: (62)(31) 709 9975. Website: Ibu Hasan. Local bakery chain.
  • Baskin and Robbins, JL. Komp Ruko Mangga Dua Blok A.9 No. 10. ☎ +62 31 843 2545. Galaxi, Jl. Dharmahusada Indah Timur No.37 Lt.2.☎ +62 31 593 7159. Plaza Tunjungan 4 - Jl. Embong Malang 7-21, ☎ +62 31 535 5081. Pakuwon Supermall, Perumahan Pakuwon Indah, ☎ +62 31 739 0331. Golden City Mall, Jl H. Abdul Wahab Siamin 2- 8.☎ +62 31 565 3386. Baskin and Robbins. Ice cream parlour.
  • Es Krim Zangrandi, Jl Yos Sudarso. The oldest ice cream stall in town. Located in downtown area, at Jl. Yos Sudarso, near the Balai Pemuda
  • Turin Italian Es Krim, Jl Embong Kenongo.
  • Amore, Jl Raya Kertajaya Indah.
  • Cocofrio Ice Cream, Jl Dharmawangsa 113-A-B


  • 15 Palms (Pub and Sports Bar), Taman Gapura, Blok H 1 (Citraland). 4:30PM-12midnight.
  • 360 Royal Plaza, Jl.Ahmad Yani.
  • Big Box Cafe, Jl.Sumatra. Under renovation but still open. Seems to have some other names, like 'Lava Lounge' and 'Box Entertainment Complex'. Basically an ourdoor bar/restaurant with couches/stools, some decent western food and juice, alcohol and regular live music.
  • Blowfish Kitchen & Bar@MEX One Stop Entertainment, Jl.Pregolan, Tegalsari.
  • The Capital Restaurant & Lounge, Lenmarc Mall G-12,  +62 31 5116 2899. 10:00AM-02:00AM. Californian Fusion, Texmex and Asian food. Wide range of beverages including CO² cocktails and jelly noodles. Special liquors have lower price rates on special hours. $$$$.
  • Citilites Skyclub & Bistro (Java Paragon Hotel), Jl. Mayjend Sungkono 101-103,  +62 31 562 1234. 6PM-11PM. On the 21st floor with a good view of the city lights. Regional and international beverages, snacks and pastries. Cozy and stylish. $$$$.
  • Colors Pub & Resto, Jl. Sumatra 81. Popular and very, very loud nightclub.
  • Coyote Top Ten Bar, at Plaza Tunjungan
  • The D Club, Jl. Mayjend Sungkono 83,  +62 31 567 7999. 12:00AM-11:00PM. Comfortable place to enjoy wine, and premium cigars from Indonesia, Cuba, Honduras and Nicaragua.
  • D'esperados, (Shangri la Hotel), Jl. Mayjend Sungkono.
  • Foreplay Eclectic Lounge, Sutos, Jl.Adityawarman No 55.
  • Ice Club, Lenmarc Mall. Drinking of spirits in a club environment.
  • Kantor Discotheque, Jl Semut Kali. Very nice place to hang out and drink at decent price.
  • Kowloon Palace Discotheque, at Delta Plaza or known as Plaza Surabaya building. Very nice place to hang out and chill out.
  • Lava Lounge, Jl. Sumatra 40 (near the Japanese consulate office),  +62 31 5043151. 4PM-1AM, midnight on Fri/Sat. Cheap beer, great outdoor setting. Nice regulars that are expats and Indonesian. Arak Bali (an Indonesian vodka-like spirit), cocktails, coffee, tenderloin steak, nachos.
  • Lido, off Jl Mayjen Sungkono. Expat-oriented bar.
  • Tavern, at the Hyatt Regency.
  • The Penthouse, East Plasa, Ngagel.
  • Vertical Six, (V-Six at J.W. Marriot Hotel), Jl. Embong Malang.

The tap water is unsafe to drink, make sure you order your drinks or soft drinks that come in sealed bottles. One drinking water brand that is pretty well known here is Cheers, the official drinking water of Surabaya approved by the city government.


Surabaya boasts some of South-East Asia's largest shopping malls. Try to shop between 1 May and 30 June when the Surabaya big sale is on. Discounts up to 50% at this time.



  • Tunjungan Plaza (TP), Jl Basuki Rahmat. Anchored by SOGO, Matahari, and Hero. The largest in central Surabaya, with four interconnected buildings (TP 1 - TP 4) selling everything. Good selection of restaurants on the top floors and the basement. Enjoy yourself at Stingers, a game area near the food court, or Timezone, a popular arcade.
  • Galaxy Mall (GM), Jl Dharmahusada Indah Timur (Middle East Ring Road). Anchored by SOGO, Centro, Ranch Market 99, Cinema XXI and more than 400 shops selling well known brands such as Mango, Guess Marks ans Spencer, LaSenza, Next, Nine West, The Body Shop, L'Occitane, Mothercare and many more. There are two Food Courts one completely dedicated to the best local Indonesian food and an International Food Court plus o The Dining Town which gathers many fine-dining restaurants on one exclusive floor. The largest Mall in the eastern part of Surabaya, with two interconnected buildings lavishly finished throughout with marble floors and stainless steel finishes.
  • Supermal Pakuwon Indah (SPI) and Pakuwon Trade Center (PTC), Jl Puncak Indah Lontar (Middle West Ring Road). Anchored by Matahari, Hypermart, ACE, and Index. The largest in the western part of Surabaya. SPI contains the exclusive part of the mall and PTC is the less exclusive part. PTC has an area that sells pets.
  • Surabaya Town Square (Sutos), Jl Adityawarman. Anchored by Foodmart. A shopping mall with the largest cinema studio in surabaya. Open until midnight.
  • Grand City Mall, Jl Gubeng Pojok. Next to Grand City Convention and Exhibition Hall. The luxurious mall in Surabaya.
  • Lenmarc Mall, Jl Bukit Darmo Boulevard. Full glass façade and the first golf-view mall in Surabaya.
  • Ciputra World Mall, Jl. Mayjen Sungkono. The longest escalator in Surabaya.

Factory outlet

  • Family Outlet. Jl. Raya Darmo Permai Selatan No. 11. Babies', boys', girls', men's, and women's clothing are available. Open 10AM-9PM.


  • The Square, Jl Sumatra. At Big Box Complex. Mens, women's and children's apparel, featuring many branded items at discount prices. Open till 10pm
  • Pasar Atom & Pasar Atom Mall, Jl Bunguran. Anchored by Hartani. A large, indoor Chinese and local market, selling foods, clothes, jewelery, catering to Chinese locals. You can bargain the prices here. Loads of DVDs (5k each) of movies made everywhere. Excellent food court (begins to open around 11AM), featuring excellent vegetarian cuisine among at least 40 other choices.
  • City of Tomorrow (Cito), Jl Raya Jendral Ahmad Yani. Anchored by Matahari and Hypermart.
  • Plaza Surabaya (Delta Plaza), Jl Pemuda. Anchored by Matahari and Superindo. One of the oldest shopping malls in town. Beside Delta Plaza is the Monkasel (Monumen Kapal Selam) or the Submarine Monument.
  • Royal Plaza, Jl Raya Jendral Ahmad Yani. Anchored by Matahari, Hypermart, ACE, and Index. Another medium size shopping mall in Surabaya.
  • BG Junction, Jl Bubutan. Anchored by Carrefour (be warned: dismal cheese selection, long queues) and Cahaya. A variety of jewellery stores so if you want to buy jewellery you definitely have to go to this place. The food court is terrible unless you would like yet another "special" Indonesian dish (check out Pasar Atom's, instead).
  • ITC, Jl Gembong. Anchored by Carrefour.
  • Golden City Mall, Jl Abdul Wahab Siamin. Anchored by Carrefour.
  • Maspion Square, Jl Margorejo Indah. Anchored by Giant. A shopping mall situated in Southern Surabaya.


  • Jembatan Merah Plaza (JMP).
  • Pusat Grosir Surabaya (PGS).
  • Darmo Trade Center (DTC).
  • Kapas Krampung Plaza (Kaza).
  • Royal Square (due to open in 2010).


  • World Trade Center (WTC), off Jl Pemuda. Despite its name, the building is actually more famous as the place to shop for cellphones. Beware of pickpockets. For locals, WTC is often referred to as 'World Telephone Center'.
  • HI-TECH Mall (THR Mall), Jl Kusuma Bangsa. The ultimate place to shop for computers, software, and computer peripherals.
  • Plasa Marina, Jl Margorejo Indah. a shopping area for computers, software, and cellphones.
  • Tunjungan Electronic Center (TEC), Jl Tunjungan. A home of video games and its console.
  • Empire Palace, Jl Blauran. A place specialising in weddings and jewellery.
  • Roode Brug Soerabaia, Jl Pucang Anom Timur 70. Heritage souvenirs specialist. Reference books about old Surabaya, miniatures of Suramadu Bridge and KRI Pasopati Submarine which is done with a high level of detail. Heritage buildings on t-shirt such as the lindeteves-stokvis & Haven Kantoor building. You can enquire about a special heritage tour to Surabaya old kampong and heritage building.
  • Cak Cuk Surabaya, Jl Mayjen Sungkono 35, Putat Gede, Sukomanunggal,  +62 31 7035 8118. Eclectic souvenir shop with the theme of Surabaya presented on many of its products, including t-shirts, mugs, pins, and many other items. Established in 2005


  • Pasar Genteng, Jl Genteng Besar. Around this market you'll find shops selling bandeng asap (smoked milk fish) and kerupuk (local chips). Also called the largest electronic spare part market in Indonesia (level 2 and above).
  • Pasar Ampel A large colourful Arab Market, and a definite highlight of the city. You are able to find unique food here. An excellent place to shop for hats, imported dates, perfumes, water pipes and tobacco, a Quran for that special someone, etc. (Note: Dress reasonably conservatively and be friendly. Most people are very warm and it is perfectly safe in the day time, but you can meet the odd person who is less than warmly welcoming to westerners. It is probably best not to amble down too many alleys here at night... locals warned us unprompted.)

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