Malang is a city located in East Java, Indonesia. It is situated in the southern part of the province, about 90 kilometers south of Surabaya, the provincial capital. With a population of over 800,000 people, Malang is one of the largest cities in East Java and is known for its beautiful scenery, mild climate, and rich history.
Malang has a long history, dating back to the ancient Mataram Kingdom. The city was later ruled by the Singosari and Majapahit Kingdoms, and later became an important center of trade during the Dutch colonial period. Today, Malang is a thriving city with a vibrant culture and economy.
Some popular attractions in Malang include the Jatim Park amusement park, the Singosari Temple, the Malang City Square, and the Mount Bromo volcano, which is located just a short distance from the city. Malang is also known for its traditional food, such as bakso (meatball soup), rujak cingur (a spicy salad with sliced cow nose), and rawon (a beef soup made with keluak nuts).