Surabaya sees itself as a port city on the Indonesian island of Java. The city is the trading, financial and economic centre of the Eastern Java and the navy centre of the country. The city holds an iconic Sura and Baya monument to be visited. There are submarine museums aka Monkasel, the Sampoerna museum, the Cheng Hoo Mosque, the Sanggar Agung temple as the prime tourist places of the city. Suramadu bridge is another yet important attraction and the landmark of the city. This bridge stands as the longest cable-stayed bridge in the country. The city is known for its Chinatown and an Arab Quarter whose Ampel Mosque dates to the 15th century. The Tugu Pahlawan (Heroes Monument) also makes a unique mark in the history of the city. Surabaya is known for its natural attractions of the East Java as Mt Bromo, Malang and Ijen Plateau. The city is also famed for its moth relishing cuisine and the premium shopping centres.