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5 Interesting Facts Behind The Beauty of Mount Bromo – Mount Bromo is part of the Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park. These mountains have a sea of ​​sand and a very exotic crater, as well as beautiful sunrise views.

Mount Bromo Facts

The Bromo area is located at an altitude of 2,392 meters above sea level and is squeezed by four districts within the government area of ​​East Java Province, namely Malang, Probolinggo, Pasuruan and Lumajang Regencies.

Five interesting facts about Mount Bromo have been summarized from various sources.

1. History of Mount Bromo

According to the history of the formation, Mount Bromo and sea of ​​sand originated from two mountains that coincide with each other which are both called Mount Tengger (4,000 m above sea level). The mountain is the largest and highest mountain at that time. Then a small eruption occurred, volcanic material was thrown to the southeast so that it formed a large and deep valley.

Then a powerful eruption created a caldera with a diameter of more than 8 km. Because of the depth of the caldera, the volcanic material of the volcanic eruption is piled up inside and is now a sea of ​​sand and is thought to have once been filled with water.

The continued activity of the volcanic eruption gave rise to the magma passageway in the middle of the caldera so that the mountains appear, namely Mount Widodaren, Mount Wanaka, Mount Kursi, Mount Batok and Mount Bromo, as well as causing the occurrence of sea sand.

2. Community Legend About Bromo

Based on the legend that circulated in the community, the origin of the Tengger Tribe originated from the time of King Brawijaya. At that time there was a daughter named Roro Anteng who married Joko Seger. The name Tengger is derived from the legend of Roro Anteng and Jaka Seger, which is believed to be the origin of the name Tengger, namely ‘Teng’ ending in the name Roro An-‘teng’ and ‘ger’ ending in the name of Jaka Se-‘ger ‘.

Mount Bromo itself is believed to be a sacred mountain. They called it Mount Brahma and the Javanese later called it Mount Bromo.

3. Kasada Ceremony

The Kasada ceremony is always held in December, during which many tourists visit Mount Bromo. This ceremony was conducted as a form of thanksgiving for the results of the fields and livestock of the community around Mount Bromo.

The Kasada Ceremony is a traditional holiday of the Tengger Tribe which is held every 14th day of the Kasada month in the Javanese calendar. During the ceremony, the Tengger tribe threw various offerings in the form of vegetables, fruits, livestock products, and even money into the crater of Mount Bromo.

4. Enjoy the Sunrise

One of the most interesting and felt beauties on Mount Bromo is the sunrise. The beauty can be enjoyed on a ramp called the Peak Pananjakan.

5. SavannaTeletubbies

Teletubbies Hill is actually a savannah meadow. On that hill the community can also enjoy the beauty of a vast expanse of flowers. The location of this hill is behind Mount Bromo, so it takes extra energy to be able to come north from the Probolinggo Regency. This hill offers an amazing view. When it is daytime, this hill looks beautiful with a stretch of green grass.

It never hurts to remember these five unique facts, so that if you visit Mount Bromo you can prove your own beauty.

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