Last Updated on November 12, 2023 by asifa
The vaccine percentage Indonesia is said to reach 62%. However, this is still lower than other countries in Southeast Asia. Yet, you can find several tourist attractions as soon as the government enforces the new normal. Visitors are required to follow health protocols for personal safety. Some of the tourist attractions in East Java opened during the new normal period, are as follow:
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4 New Normal Tourist Attractions in East Java You Can Visit
1. Mount Bromo
For climbing lovers, Mount Bromo is a popular mountain. Not only domestically, but this mountain’s popularity has also reached foreign countries. Many foreign tourists come to this mountain, especially in summer.
One of the reasons is the opportunity to witness the splendor of Mount Bromo with an altitude of 2,329 meters above sea level. This mountain itself presents a refreshing and very beautiful view. Especially for sunrise hunters, from the top of this mountain, they can enjoy a stunning view of the sunrise. In addition, you can also see green hills covered with grass. Even visitors here can also circle vast stretches of sand.
2. Prigen Safari Park
Prigen Safari Park is a 350hectares park with various wildlife attractions. Here, visitors are free to witness the animals directly but still have to keep a safe distance. This tourist destination in Jatiarjo Village, Prigen District, Pasuruan, is already equipped with public facilities, such as camping grounds, playground, lavatory and mosque.
There are around 2,000 animals in this safari park, all of which can be witnessed directly by car, whether it’s a private car or a car that the safari park manager has provided. During the tour, tourists can witness firsthand various animals like rhinos, tapirs, giraffes, white-spotted deer, elephants and many other animals. Visitors can even interact directly with these animals that are considered safe.
3. Cimory Dairyland Prigen
Cimory Dairyland Prigen is one of the tourist attractions for families, which is located in Prigen District, Pasuruan as well. This tourist spot is very child-friendly, and tourists can witness the stunning natural scenery.
Besides seeing the natural scenery, tourists can also feed the animals such as sheeps and rabbits. In addition, you can also visit the Museum Susu (Milk Museum), which will provide information about the types of milk. This museum shows various kinds of milk and the correct way of milking cows and even processing them to make yogurt. The officers there are also ready to help tourists who want to milk cows.
Reopening tourist attractions after a long time staying at home feels like a refreshing breeze indeed. The various tourist attractions mentioned above can be enjoyed again, of course, using the Indonesian currency.