Fodor's Expert Review House of Sampoerna

Surabaya Museum/Gallery

Even nonsmokers will appreciate the architecture of this historic colonial building, constructed in 1862 by the Dutch and originally used as an orphanage before being purchased in 1932 for use as a clove cigarette production facility. Today it houses a museum with displays about the founding family, and if you visit during weekday mornings you can see women speedily hand-rolling cigarettes. The café is a fine choice for a lunch in historic surroundings (and does include a nonsmoking section).

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Taman Sampoerna 6
Surabaya, East Java  60163, Indonesia

31-353–9000

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