Photo: Java’s very own Trojan Horse.

Things to see and do

Museum Dokter Mohamad Saleh
Jl Dokter Mohamad Saleh #1, Probolinggo

Dedicated to Probolinggo’s favourite son (though he was actually born in Central Java), Museum Dokter Mohamad Saleh traces the life and times of Mohamad Saleh and the hospital he ... Read more about Museum Dokter Mohamad Saleh .

Candi Jabung
35 kilometres east of Probolinggo

Candi Jabung is Java’s easternmost Majapahit temple, a relic from the Hindu-Buddhist Kingdom based in East Java between the 13th and 15th centuries that during the golden age in the 14th century spread its tentacles as far as mainland Southeast Asia. ... Read more about Candi Jabung .

Candi Kedaton day trip
50 kilometres southeast of Probolingo

Candi Kedaton is a small, incomplete 14th century Majapahit temple on the slopes of Gunung Argapura in Tiris, some 50 kilometres southeast of Probolingo, and though the temple is important historically and harbours some exquisite detailed carvings, this is one for the hardcore candi chasers ... Read more about Candi Kedaton day trip .

Museum Probolinggo
Jl Suroyo, Probolinggo

Set just a ten to fifteen minute walk from the train station, the dusty collection at Museum Probolinggo isn’t one of the better collections we’ve seen, but if you’ve got some time to kill while you wait for your train, you could do worse than wander through for a quick ... Read more about Museum Probolinggo .

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Where to next?

Where are you planning on heading to after Probolinggo? Here are some spots commonly visited from here, or click here to see a full destination list for Indonesia.

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