Morning. Visit the historic Ampel Mosque, one of the oldest mosques in Surabaya and a popular pilgrimage site for Muslims. Afterwards, take a stroll through the nearby Arab Quarter, where you can find traditional Middle Eastern food and exotic perfumes.
Afternoon. Head to the Surabaya Zoo, one of the largest zoos in Southeast Asia, to see over 3,000 animals from 350 species, including endangered species like orangutans and Sumatran tigers.
Evening. Spend the evening at the Surabaya Night Carnival, an amusement park that comes alive at night. Enjoy carnival games, rides, and street food as you immerse yourself in the lively atmosphere.
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