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Surabaya Internatio building
Internatio building (Internationale Crediten Handelvereeniging) in Surabaya, East Java.
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About Surabaya

Surabaya LogoSurabaya is a major port and the second-largest city in Indonesia. The city is located in northeastern Java at the mouth of the Mas River and along the edge of Madura Strait which separates Java from the much smaller island of Madura (Pulau Madura). Madura is now connected with Java by the Suramadu Bridge.

At the beginning of the 2nd millennium Surabaya was the capital of the Javanese Kingdom of Janggala, the port city was known then as 'Hujung Galuh'. A hundred years later it merged with the Kingdom of Kediri. In 1743 the Dutch East Indies Companies took over the city from the Islamic Sultanate of Mataram.

Suramadu bridge
Suramadu Bridge, Indonesia's longest bridge connects Surabaya and Madura Island over the Madura Strait.
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Today Surabaya is the capital of the Indonesian Jawa Timur province (East Java). The city has become one of the major trading port cities in Asia, its Tanjung Perak harbor is the second busiest port in Indonesia.

Surabaya has a population of around 3 million, more than 6 million people live in the metropolitan area. Spoken language is Suroboyoan, a Javanese dialect.

Some of the few attractions of Surabaya are: Heroes Monument, the tower is the best known landmark in the city.
Ciputra Waterpark, one of the biggest waterparks in Southeast Asia. Pantai Ria amusement park, one of its main attractions is the Sanggar Agung Temple, a Chinese temple with a 20 meters tall statue of Guan Yin. Muhammad Cheng Hoo Mosque, offers Islamic and Chinese architecture. Surabaya Zoo (Bonbin Surabaya), once known as the largest zoo in South-East Asia is today just another neglected zoo in Indonesia. Suramadu Bridge, Indonesia's longest bridge. Mount Bromo volcano, part of the Tengger massif, an active volcanic complex in East Java.

The map shows a city map of Surabaya with expressways, main roads and streets. Zoom out to find the location of Surabaya International Airport (IATA code: SUB). The airport is also known as Juanda International Airport, it is Indonesia’s second-largest and second-busiest airport.

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Local Time Indonesia:
Sunday-October-1  16:24  
Time zone: Western Indonesian Time (WIB) UTC/GMT +7 hours
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Google Earth: Searchable Map and Satellite view of Surabaya, Indonesia.

City Coordinates: 7°15′55″S 112°44′33″E
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External Links
Official website of the city government (in Indonesian)
Pariwisata Surabaya
Surabaya's official tourism website.
Wikipedia: Surabaya
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