The 10 Best Things to Do in Trawas, Indonesia

July 29, 2017 Rosalyn Ihle

Discover the best top things to do in Trawas, Indonesia including Fresh Green, Taman Dayu Golf Club, Taman Safari Prigen, Cheng Hoo Mosque, Kebun Teh Wonosari, Tretes Treetop Adventure Park, Dlundung Waterfalls, Vanda Organic, Mount Penanggungan, Jawi Temple.
Restaurants in Trawas

1. Fresh Green

Dusun Bantal Desa Dutyung, Trawas, Indonesia
Excellent
25%
Good
38%
Satisfactory
31%
Poor
6%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 16 reviews

Fresh Green

Reviewed By peteraU4839RP - Surabaya, Indonesia

Not to big place but green, and the seaosons of durian only during january to march. We can buy some food in this place and there are some playground for children. But if you go on normal day will be very quiet

2. Taman Dayu Golf Club

Jl. Raya Surabaya Malang Km. 48 | Pandaan, Pasuruan 67156, Indonesia +62 343 6741234
Excellent
36%
Good
49%
Satisfactory
15%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 63 reviews

Taman Dayu Golf Club

"UNIQUE BY NATURE" Opening since 1995, Taman Dayu Golf Club & Resort is a luxury 4-star resort surrounded by lush 18-hole Jack Nicklaus designed signature championship golf course - a family friendly, strategically located golf club set in the lush green foothills of Mount Welirang. AWARDS (2002 - 2006) 1. The Best Golf Course in Asia #50 amongst 100 Best Courses outside the U.S 2. One of The Best Golf Course in Indonesia 3. One of The Best Clubhouse in Asia

Reviewed By Callaneous - Surabaya, Indonesia

Alice S from Denmarks review was for Taman Safari not taman Dayu. Completely incorrect information. Unable to report with ease to trip advisor so had to write a review instead. Taman safari has the restaurant with white tiger prowling around and can pick up take photos with baby animals. This has nothing to do with taman dayu

3. Taman Safari Prigen

Jatiarjo Village, Prigen, Indonesia
Excellent
37%
Good
51%
Satisfactory
10%
Poor
1%
Terrible
1%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 285 reviews

Taman Safari Prigen

Taman Safari Prigen, part of the Taman Safari Indonesia Group which is located in the village of Jatiaro, Prigen, Pasuruan, East Java, and has a land area of 250 hectares and is located at the foot of Mt.Arjuno. Taman Safari Indonesia Group's success in the field of conservation and education about wildlife, make Taman Safari Indonesia II Prigen be a conservation center in East Java. Taman Safari Indonesia II is built with the concept of Modern Zoo, the animals were released freely as in their natural habitat. This will give you hope and a positive impact on the survival of animal life itself and to the visitors, so as to increase public awareness of the love flower and exotic animals and their environment. Taman Safari Prigen provides a wide range of facilities that can be enjoyed, one of which is a Safari Adventure. The public will get to know the animals more closely, knowing how the behavior of animals in their natural habitat and can provide food directly to animals.

Reviewed By thelonious22 - Seongnam

This is actually a good place to spend a day with children if you can find a way to get there (probably impossible by public transport)...the place has the potential to be a world class zoo but is run a bit poorly...
You begin with a safari (can take your own car or take the bus provided by the zoo)...our driver would just zip through everything not giving us enough time to see the animals despite numerous requests...also the buses were fuming exhaust constantly which can't be good for the animals...there's gotta be some serious liability issues and safety issues (for both visitors and animals) when people can take their own cars inside...
There's another zoo area other than the safari area where the animals are kept in a smaller area...while there are signs requesting that animals not be fed, no one enforces this...some animals are out in the open and there are no staff to enforce the visitors petting/touching them...
The rides are all outdated and probably can be skipped...
We watched the elephant show which is the typical circus show...while no signs of animal abuse is obvious, some serious potential danger as one part had an elephant pretending to step on a guest...
The worst part was the photo zone where visitors can practically stand next to a tiger or a lion...those animals were totally drugged up while chained at the neck, which was a depressing sight...

4. Cheng Hoo Mosque

Jl. Raya Gempol Malang, Pandaan 67155, Indonesia
Excellent
22%
Good
62%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 18 reviews

Cheng Hoo Mosque

Reviewed By Budiono S - Surabaya, Indonesia

Ini adalah masjid Cheng Hoo kedua di Indonesia. Yang pertama ada di Surabaya. Lokasinya strategis di pinggir jalan utama sehingga sering digunakan wisatawan untuk istirahat sekaligus menikmati pemandangan dan keunikan arsitektur masjid cheng hoo yang sangat bagus

5. Kebun Teh Wonosari

Lawang, Indonesia +62 341 426032
Excellent
20%
Good
53%
Satisfactory
21%
Poor
2%
Terrible
4%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 82 reviews

Kebun Teh Wonosari

Reviewed By Wempi N - Malang, Indonesia

Whenever you get bored of your daily activities, consider this place for escaping your routines. They have a hotel in the middle of tea plantation. You will be surrounded with mostly green color which is good for eye relaxing. The air is so fresh there, and the location is quite far from the main road of Lawang which is good for you who like a quite surrounding.

6. Tretes Treetop Adventure Park

Jl. Raya Trawas | Desa Lumbangrejo, Prigen 67157, Indonesia
Excellent
55%
Good
40%
Satisfactory
5%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4.5 based on 20 reviews

Tretes Treetop Adventure Park

Company outing, school outing, team building, promotional event, birthday party & star camp (summer camp) with hotel's facilities (BF, Hot shower & bonfire)

Reviewed By Ivydonglin - Jakarta, Indonesia

Good for family with kids age over 6yrs up. We have been tree tops in Bali and this one. This one is far more fun and less crowded.

7. Dlundung Waterfalls

Trawas, Indonesia
Excellent
0%
Good
60%
Satisfactory
20%
Poor
10%
Terrible
10%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 10 reviews

Dlundung Waterfalls

Reviewed By Aiken K - Surabaya, Indonesia

This place is a waste of time, beside the camping ground which is pretty bad also, i would not recommend going to this place, once you say the waterfall all you feel is a disappointment and exhaustion only, not worth keeping a memory and sort of.
The price to go in is = Rp. 30.000
but you can get it for free if you park in a friends villa and walk to the waterfall, from the gate to the waterfall probably takes 10 minute.

8. Vanda Organic

Jl. Raya Trawas | Behind Pusat Oleh - Oleh Trawas, Trawas 60660, Indonesia +62 343 882318
Excellent
0%
Good
0%
Satisfactory
100%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3 based on 1 reviews

Vanda Organic

This is the only one that you actually go to the organic farm, and get educated on the food they grow. Not only Vegetables farming, it also have Mushroom house, Strawberry, Organic Fertilizer, medicine plant, and you can also join the cooking class program that spans a good portion of your time.

Reviewed By Soegiarto S - Surabaya, Indonesia

berlokasi di dekat grand trawas hotel, tempat ini menyatu dengan resto nuansa alam di sebelahnya. menyediakan berbagai macam sayur organik, walaupun saya seringkali kehabisan sebab stok sayur terbatas atau masih dalam usia tanam. di sebelahnya ada resto nuansa alam,walaupun tidak terlalu besar namun cukup asri,sejuk dan menyenangkan walaupun hanya sekedar minum saja.

9. Mount Penanggungan

Terawas, Mojokerto, Indonesia, Mojokerto, Indonesia +62 812-3215-2477
Excellent
37%
Good
47%
Satisfactory
16%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

4 based on 24 reviews

Mount Penanggungan

Reviewed By ricky_indo - Canggu, Indonesia

I dont remember the full story, you can do the googling, but as I remember it, as the Majapahit empire was in decline, the nobles of the empire started to build temples on the holy mountain Pananggungan, both to the Hindu gods and also to the gods of the mountain. As time went on, the nobles tried to outdo each other and build higher and more elaborae temples. The result of this is that there is a serious of small, difficult to access temples scattered around the flanks of Gunung Penanggungan and its 4 satellte peaks.
We didnt climb the summit of Penanggungan, as we had limited time, but we hired a guide (from the Jolotundo Temple at the start of the climb) and trekked the temples using Seloliman as the base for our efforts. We followed sometimes very poorly marked paths through forest, scrub and savanna, and visited 12 small temples which ranged from piles of stones, to beatifully preserved small monuments from the distant past. It was a great walk ... but you definitely need a guide, the correct footwear, a high level of fitness, and plenty of water. Also, you need to be sure on your feet, as some of these paths are overgrown and others go up and down nealry vertical hillsides. The entire hike, including sitting back and relaxing at the temples, took from 10am to 4pm, through the heat of the day. Ths isnt a high volcanoe ... so it can be very hot work. Do not underestimate this walk, it is a little dangerous in places, and very hot work.
Definitely one of the nicer climbs / treks I have performed in Indonesia in terms of views, effort and culture. I will return to do this again, and also climb to the summit.

10. Jawi Temple

Desa Bogem, Kec.Prigen, Kab. Pasuruan, Pasuruan, Indonesia
Excellent
11%
Good
35%
Satisfactory
54%
Poor
0%
Terrible
0%
Overall Ratings

3.5 based on 17 reviews

Jawi Temple

Reviewed By gun_pasuruan - Pasuruan, Indonesia

This is another beautiful temple that I had the opportunity to visit. Its situated in the Prigen district in Pasuruan Regency.
I just loved the mountain scenary in the backgroud of the temple. There was a man working here and he was kind enough to let us in tell us all about the temple. Aparently the temple was restored as the roof was colapsing. There is just one entrance to the top of the temple as its surrounded by water. The ancient extrance to the temple still remains further to back of the exntrance to Candi Jawi.

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