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Stargazing in Bromo at Penanjakan 1 Indonesia

There's a secret place hidden just about a hundred meters or so away from the popular spot of viewing Bromo sunrise in Penanjakan 1 viewing spot with an ancient looking tree, and a hill with an almost private panoramic view of Mt. Bromo.

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Take a walk to the right after reaching the sunrise viewing spot and you will find a tiny entry through a broken down fence down to the hills. You will need to bring a flashlight as it will be pitch dark and trekking down the hills although short but are quite steep.

I hope this place would somehow be hidden as the spot is small and the spot with an ancient looking tree framing Bromo would only comfortably fit 2 tripods.

When I was there there's up to just over a dozen people who showed up to the spot, instead of 2oo's on the usual normal viewing deck.

I hope there won't be too much people around as the spot was quite neat and still pristine. Please take your trash back with you.
Crowd Factor Just a few people
Best Timing Sunrise
Sunrise & Sunset 05:34 - 17:16 | current local time: 16:20
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Photo Themes Bromomountainvolcano
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Thank you Jimmy Kohar for creating this photo spot.
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