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    30 Incredible Things to Do in Bandung Tourism

    Duniacare - 30 Incredible Things to Do in Bandung Tourism.Bandung tourism so much a adventure place for new to explore.Like beach,shopping place and street food on traditional Bandung.bandung tourism most popular with 7 areas for traveling.Here you can check 7 areas for Bandung traveling.And you will find so much amazing tourism place in Bandung.And in this section will sahre 30 incredible things to do in Bandung Tourism that you make stay cool on Bandung for traveling and adventure.As we know Indonesia rich with culture ,tribes,and Tourism place,For the main place in Indonesia tourism like Bali tourism,Yogyakarta Tourism,and Bandung Tourism.Now here we find the best things to do in Bandung tourism.

    30 Incredible things to do in Bandung for an extraordinary vacation.
    1.Feed the deer and camp at Ranca Upas, Ciwidey

    Do you know that other than the white lake (Kawah Putih) at Ciwidey, you can also visit the Deer Conservation Park and Camping Ground at Ranca Upas? Here in Ranca Upas, you can even buy vegetables or carrots to feed the deer (~Rp. 5,000) or simply watch them graze peacefully.There’s also an outdoor adventure park (yes, with a tree house!) and water rides where your kids can have fun while you soak in the hot springs.If you spontaneously feel like spending a night here, camping equipment is also available for rent at the nearby shops.

    Traveling Information Ranca Upas, Ciwidey
    Address: Jl. Raya Ciwidey – Patenggang KM 11, Desa Alam Endah, Ciwidey, Kabupaten Bandung, Jawa Barat. Coordinates here
    Entrance: Rp. 10,000/pax (weekday), Rp. 15,000/pax (weekend), if you would like to stay overnight and camp there, there will be an additional charges of Rp 10,000/pax. If you are driving there, two-wheeled vehicles will be charged Rp. 2,000 and four-wheeled vehicles will be charged Rp. 5,000.

    2.Go on Vacation Before you even Unpack your Bags: Stay at Bandung’s Unique Hotels

    If your trip to Bandung is a form of getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city, the accommodation of your choice should also be a reflection of that.Fancy a slumber on sheets of satin, under a thatched roof of wooden huts surrounded by nature’s melody and the echo of a gushing waterfall in the distance? The Sapu Lidi Resort might just have the answer to your needs.And if you have always wanted to get closer to nature and spend a night camping in the woods, but just can’t stand the thought of not being able to charge your phone or go to the bathroom in peace, you can now get the best of both worlds and have a go at glamping!

     Soak up the wilderness without sacrificing the comfort of modern-day amenities.Bandung isn’t Paris Van Java for no reason. If you’re looking for a taste of Europe in West Java, the GH Universal Hotel is your answer. With Renaissance-style decor inside and out, you might even forget that you’re in Bandung!At Saung Gawir, you can even stay at the Joglos and pick strawberries at your doorstep!Or you can take a dip in the infinity pool of Dulang resort and unwind with a cocktail, as your eyes feast on a mesmerising view of paddy fields and city lights in the horizon.And that’s just a tip of the iceberg from the unique accommodations Bandung has in store. Don’t blame us if the kids refuse to leave the hotel!

    3.Go on a Family Adventure at The Lodge Earthbound Adventure Park

    Looking for a fun way to spend the weekend with the family? Say no more – the Lodge Earthbound Adventure Park is rigged with activities for children of all ages.You can either chose to meditate amidst the pine trees in the cool mountain breeze, or run around shooting each other with paintball guns – there’s plenty of fun, games and activities you can do.And after a tiring day, it’s time to gather round the picnic table for a barbeque or a Sundanese feast!

    The Lodge Earthbound Adventure Park traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: KM 4,5 Maribaya, Cibodas, Lembang
    Phone: + 62 22 87802756 / 2536110
    Entrance: Free
    Opening hours: 10:00-17:00
    Official Site:http://www.thelodge-earthbound.com/

    4.Reconnect with Nature: Dago Pakar

    Whether you fancy a short stroll for a splash of greenery to your everyday routine, or exploring the 2500 species of fauna, there are just so many things to do in this patch of forest just north of the city centre.Dago Pakar contains two adjacent parks separated by Jl. Maribaya, and both parks offer different but equally interesting sights to see.
    a) Historical tunnels and an Instagrammable cliff: Taman Hutan Raya Ir. H. Djuanda
    A mere 30-minute drive from the city center lies Taman Hutan Raya, or ‘TaHuRa’ for short.Stretching across 590 hectares of land, the Taman Hutan Raya was built to conserve Bandung’s diversity of plants and flowers. Named after Indonesia’s 10th Prime Minister, a museum showcasing Ir. H. Djuanda’s memorabilia along with artifacts found in the area can be found in Taman Hutan Raya.There is a spot up the park locals refer to as ‘Tebing Keraton’, a cliff with a stunning view of the pine trees below, very instagramable.The park also houses two separate waterfalls, Curug Lalay, and Curug Omas.
    Taman Hutan Raya Ir. H. Djuanda traveling information bandung tourism:
    Address: Jl. Ir. H Juanda, Lembang, Jawa Barat 40391
    Entrance: 11,000 IDR (USD 0.86)
    Opening hours: 08:00-18:00
    Official Site:http://www.tahuradjuanda.jabarprov.go.id/
    b) Waterfalls and hot springs: Taman Wisata Maribaya

    Known as the home of Curug Maribaya, Taman Wisata Maribaya is located just north of Taman Hutan Raya. The park is easily accessed through Lembang, but there is also a walkway from Taman Hutan Raya.Getting to the Maribaya waterfall is a joy itself; walking through the forest treks while breathing in the fresh mountain air is a great way to rejuvenate the body and mind.Upon reaching the waterfall, visitors can even feel the water droplets as it cools the skin and bask in its refreshing scent.To rest your tired legs after a day of trekking, the Taman Wisata Maribaya also offers natural hot spring pools, which is believed to cure skin diseases.
    Taman Wisata Maribaya traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jalan Maribaya, Lembang, Bandung Barat, Jawa Barat
    Entrance: 8,000 IDR (USD 0.62)
    Opening hours: 08:00-16:00

    5.Eating Out Shouldn’t be an Average Experience: Themed Cafes and Restaurants

    Planning to take the children out for dinner for a special occasion? Bandung is the place for those looking for a culinary haven. Just look a little harder and you just might find themed eateries with a ‘wow’ factor for a truly unforgettable dining experience.Take the girls out for a treat at Nanny’s Pavillon and pleasure your tastebuds with its famously mouthwatering peach pancake with vanilla ice cream and blueberry pancake cheese roll.Let them choose between a variety of cottage-themed rooms, from the bedroom to the bathroom (with toilets for seats, no less!)

    Alternatively, have you ever wanted to dig into fresh lobsters onboard a ship? Or maybe your goal in Bandung is to dine at all those cool cafes!One place you shouldn’t miss is Kampung Daun. Besides the Sundanese traditional dishes, you get to enjoy your meal in a bamboo gazebo, surrounded by trees and the sounds of a gushing waterfall.

    6.Chilling in an Exquisite Atmosphere: Lawang Wangi Café & Art Space

    Located higher up in the mountains leading to Lembang, the view from this café is astonishing – it’s surrounded by greenery by day, and when night falls, city lights can be seen from the 200-degree panorama on a deck.The place may be crowded during late afternoon and you may have to wait for a table, but it wouldn’t be so bad, because at the Lawang Wangi, there are four galleries (on display – works of local contemporary artists and emerging art students) bound to keep you occupied.And if you’ve got the munchies or sudden cravings, no worries, the cafe serves a variety of snacks and light meals.Try the Lawang Wangi Platter for a little of everything from the cafe’s favorite selection!

    Lawang Wangi Café & Art Space traveling Information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jl. Dago Giri no. 99, Bandung 40391,Indonesia
    Phone: +62 22 250 4065
    Entrance: Free
    Opening hours: 07:00-23:00
    Official Site:http://www.lawangwangi.com/

    7.A Miniature Zoo on a Mall Rooftop: Bandung’s Paris Van Java

    Once you are done shopping in Paris Van Java’s multiple chains of retail store, be sure to spare an hour or two at this hidden gem on the rooftop.Perfect for educating young children on caring for animals, the rooftop garden at Paris Van Java has two separate attractions – the Lactasari Mini Farm and the Bird Park.Get ready to be greeted by a flurry of kaleidoscopic-coloured tropical birds!Upon entering the aviary, you’ll be given crickets in a cup for the birds to feed on. The bird park houses some of Indonesia’s rare birds, such as the Parrots of Nusa Tenggara and the Hornbills of Borneo.On the other side of the rooftop lies the Lactasari Mini Farm, a tiny farm where only five species of animals are kept – goat, sheep, cows, rabbits and Siberian Huskies.You’ll be equipped with aprons, vegetables and a bottle of milk for feeding the animals.The farm is well-maintained and clean, so you don’t have to worry about dirt and animal stains – you can totally visit in comfort.

    Paris Van Java traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jl. Sukajadi no.131-139, Bandung, Jawa Barat 40162, Indonesia
    Phone: +62 22 2060800
    Entrance: Bird Park 29000 IDR (USD 3), Lactasari Mini Farm 60000 IDR (USD 4.50)
    Opening hours: 10:00-22:00
    Official site:http://www.parisvanjava.id/

    8.Coral Rocks at the Top of a Mountain: Goa Pawon and Stone Garden of Padalarang

    After a 20-minute hike up Mount Pasigit, there lies the mouth of Goa Pawon (Pawon Caves), a significant historic site where ancient human remains (now on display in Bandung’s Museum Geologi) were found.Take a few steps further towards the peak of the mountain and you will find an array of calcium-rich rocks, which are usually found along a beach.Scientists believe that there once existed a sea stretching from Padalarang to Negreg, with Bandung lying hundreds of metres underwater. The theory is that a few volcanic eruptions later caused the valley to be formed.Here, you can find seashells embed on the rocks, bizarre indeed!Since not many people know about this spot yet, make sure you bring your own water as there are no warungs open at the venue (as of now!).

    Goa Pawon and Stone Garden of Padalarang Traveling Information Bandung Tourism:
    Address: Desa Gunung Masigit, Kecamatan Cipatat, Padalarang, Kabupaten Bandung Barat
    Entrance: Rupiah 5,000

    9.Take your Tastebuds on a Journey: Floating Market, Lembang

    If you’ve been to Thailand before, do you love its floating market? You can find one too in Bandung!Enjoy a wide selection of traditional Indonesian food served from small boats with a beautiful view of a lake.For those looking for western dishes, the Rockpool serves pizza and pasta within the vicinity.You can also do various activities, such as the usual ATV and paddle boat rides, swan feeding or visit the cactus garden and stone garden.Do look out for the european house and the miniature train set – it takes up to 10 minutes to go a whole round!

    Floating Market traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jl. Grand Hotel No. 33 E Lembang, Bandung,Indonesia
    Phone: +62 708 888 81
    Entrance: $1 (15,000 IDR)
    Opening hours: Weekday: 09:00 – 17:00 | Weekend: 09:00 – 20:00 (The Floating Market is open during weekend only, during weekdays, visitors can still enjoy the lake view)
    Official site:http://www.floating-market-bandung.com/

    10.Kill Two Birds With One Stone: Have a Feast with a View

    What better way to bask in lush greenery of the valley from above, than from a few selected restaurants with a warm grub on a plate served right in front of you? The hills that surround the city provide an abundance of vantage points, ensuring that there’s no shortage of spots with spectacular views for you to enjoy your dinner.

    One of the first few eateries with the concept of ‘dinner with a view’, is the legendary Warung Daweung (roughly translates to Daydream Cafe) nestled right on top of Bukit Moko.Retaining its title, the Bukit Moko is one of, if not, the best spots in all of Bandung to appreciate a breathtaking view of the city from above the valley. It provides an exceptional sight from dawn till dusk, and even after the sun goes down, the lights of the city appear as stars in the night sky.

    11.A House on the top of a Waterfall at Situ Patenggang

    Just 10 minutes away from the well-known ‘Kawah Putih’ lies a lake that you would definitely regret to miss.Legend claims that Prince Putra Prabu of 15th Century West Java and Putri Titisan Dewi met in a heart-shaped island in the middle of Situ Patenggang, after being separated for years due to the difference in their beliefs.The surrounding view is purely breathtaking – tea plantations circle the area, so it looks as though someone had spread a green wool rug across the landscape.There’s even a house right on top of a natural waterfall!

    Situ Patenggang traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Patengan, Rancabali, Bandung 40973 (10 minutes from the well known Kawah Putih crater)

    12.The Mystical lake above the Clouds: Kawah Putih

    This Crater Lake, which formed after Mount Patuha blew its top, has been considered a mystical one – birds that flew near the area would die, which made people reluctant to find out what was really up there, until the 19th century when a German botanist explored the area and discovered a beautiful crater lake.Its crystal blue waters changes with the weather conditions, and is lined with fine white sand, giving visitors an otherworldly experience. Even the vegetation around the area is quite different to those below.Although situated at the top of a mountain crater, essential facilities such as toilets and parking space are available, along with small eateries.

    Kawah Putih traveling information Bandung Tourism:
    Address: Jl. Raya Soreang, Ciwidey, Bandung, Jawa Barat
    Entrance: 18,000 IDR (USD 1.38)
    Opening hours: 07:00-17:00

    13.Draw closer to Nature at the Dusun Bambu Family Leisure Park

    An hour away from the city lies a patch of paradise, ‘where the grass is green and the girls are pretty’.The Dusun Bambu Family Leisure Park is located right on the foothills of the Situ Lembang region, where the air is at its purest. In fact, getting to the actual park requires a shuttle ride from the car park.This site serves as an escape for those tired of the hustle and bustle of the city, perfect for families in urgent need of an alternative destination besides malls!You can participate in numerous activities, from riding in hot air balloons to canoeing from hut to hut, enjoying the crisp atmosphere of Lembang.Since the park closes at 10pm, guests who still haven’t had enough can stay in one of the wooden cottages. Those looking for a bit more of an outdoor experience without the hassle can rent a 6-person tent for 1,400,000 IDR (USD 108) a night.

    Dusun Bambu Family Leisure Park traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jl. Kolonel Masturi Km. 11, Situ Lembang, Bandung Barat, Jawa Barat 40551
    Phone: +62 22 82782020
    Entrance: 15,000 IDR (USD 1.21)
    Opening hours: 08:00-22:00
    Official site:http://www.dusunbambu.com/

    14.Not Your Average Adventure Store: Eiger Flagship Store, JL. Sumatra, Bandung

    One of the biggest names in local outdoor equipment, Eiger was founded in 1993 by Ronny Lukito in Bandung.20 years later, the brand has gotten so big that they decided to move their flagship store in Cihampelas to Jl. Sumatra, with Ridwan Kamil, the Governor of Bandung, as the architect.There’s a sleek-looking eatery on the second floor called Kafe Khatulistiwa, where food from across the archipelago is served.Try the Papeda fish in Yellow Soup; a Papuan traditional dish eaten with ‘Sago’ instead of rice.
    Eiger Flagship Store Traveling Information Bandung Tourism:
    Address: Jl. Sumatera No. 23, Pasirkaliki, Bandung, Jawa Barat 40171
    Phone: +62 22 4213487

    15.Pick Strawberries in the hills of Lembang and Ciwidey

    Brought to Bandung by the Dutch during the colonial era, berries, most commonly strawberries, are discovered to grow well in Bandung.As a result, the roads leading to Lembang and Ciwidey are abundant with strawberry plantations that guests can come and harvest themselves.
    The ‘Natural Resto and Strawberry Land’ offers 1.5 ha of strawberry fields in the Lembang countryside, all grown using organic fertilizers.Besides strawberry picking, the restaurant has also been featured in multiple television shows, shedding light to its strawberry-themed menu.The ‘Gourame Goreng Strawberry’ and ‘Nasi Liwet Strawberry’ are two must-try dishes here!

    Natural Resto and Strawberry Land Traveling Information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jalan Tangkuban Parahu 109, Ciburial – Lembang – Bandung Barat
    Phone: +62-878-2552-7771
    Entrance: Free
    Opening hours: 09:00-19:00
    Official Site:http://www.naturallembang.com/

    16.Cruise the City on the Bandros

    Short for ‘Bandung Tour on Bus’, the Bandros was launched by Bandung’s current Mayor, Ridwan Kamil.The red tour bus resembles a mini-sized London double decker bus, with an open-air upper deck, and complete with an old-fashioned interior where wooden floorboards meet metal railings and stained glass.The 30-minute tour brings you to Bandung’s historical landmarks, such as the Gedung Sate, Dago City Hall, Jl. Braga, and many more. And you’ll also get a tour guide who will explain a dash of the city’s history.
    Bandung Tour on Bus Traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jl. Indramayu No.66 Antapani, Kota Bandung, Jawa Bar. 40291
    Phone: +622-61591010 / +62877-36081998
    Entrance: Currently only available upon reservation
    Opening hours: 08:00-16:00

    17.Shop and dine outdoors at Cihampelas Walk

    Built on a hilly slope, the Cihampelas walk (or CiWalk for short) is a mall like no other.With only a third of the total 3.5 ha of land being made into buildings, CiWalk utilizes a lot of open spaces and decades-old trees.Hunt the many local and international retailers available, from Pierre Cardin to Metro.Once all the shopping is done, grab some grub in the cafes and restaurants lined up along the outdoor plaza.If that’s not enough, the Cihampelas Walk offers activities suited for everyone – a toddler’s playground, video game arcade, movie theaters, karaoke and two nightclubs. It’s a city of its own!The building architecture also showcases the fusion between environmentally friendly sculptures and contemporary abstract design – truly a concept found nowhere else.

    Cihampelas Walk Bandung Tourism traveling Information:
    Address: Jl. Cihampelas No. 160, Bandung, Jawa Barat 40131
    Phone: + 62 22 2061122
    Opening hours: 10:00-22:00
    Official site:http://www.cihampelaswalk.com/

    18.Release your Inner Cowboy: De’Ranch, Lembang

    Previously an actual ranch, this family favorite was transformed into a leisure park in 2007 and since then has become one of Bandung’s must see attractions.Guests are given cowboy costumes and a horse ride (with a professional at bay, of course) to roam the 5 hectares of greenery.There are 22 activities to choose from, which cost between IDR 20,000 – 200,000 (USD 2 to 15), including archery and gold hunting.Not to mention, guests can also learn how horses and cows are taken care of – from feeding, bathing, to milking the cows.You can even purchase the milk and meat – sold fresh from the actual livestock!
    De’Ranch Bandung tourism traveling information:
    Address: Jl. Maribaya No 17, Lembang, Jawa Barat 40791
    Phone: +62 22 2785865
    Entrance: Free
    Opening hours: Open everyday except Monday from 09:00-17:00
    Official site:http://www.deranchlembang.com/

    19.Lay Eyes on the Magnificent Javanese Niagara: Curug Malela

    Standing at 70 metres tall and 50 metres wide, Curug Malela can be considered as Bandung’s largest waterfall.Either it’s the distance (it’s about a three-hour drive from the city), or the rough terrain (much needs to be conquered to get there!), Curug Malela is the kind of place that people talk about but have never really gotten the chance to see it for themselves.So if you get there – congrats – achievement unlocked!
    Curug Malela Bandung waterfall traveling information:
    Address: Kampung Manglid, Desa Cicadas, Kecamatan Rongga, West Bandung Regency, West Java.
    Entrance:Free

    20.Wish upon a Meteor Shower at the Bosscha Observatory

    You can wish upon a star at the Bosscha Observatory in Lembang.Trust us, this is a sure romantic way to impress your date. And it makes a great family day out too, to get the kids to learn about the planets and constellations.One-of-its-kind in the country, the observatory was built in 1923 during the Dutch colonial era and was acquired by Institut Teknologi Bandung in 1959 for research in mathematics and natural sciences.The observatory is only open to the public between 9:00-13:00 on Saturdays (it’s advisable to make a reservation beforehand).And depending on the weather conditions, lucky visitors can even get the chance to see Jupiter, Venus and several Nebulas.Yes you may also get to witness a meteor shower – it’s only visible on a few nights every other month. A schedule is shown on the observatory’s website, so you can prepare to go check it out in advance!
    Bosscha Observatory Bandung tourism traveling information:
    Address: FMIPA Institut Teknologi Bandung, Lembang, Bandung 40391, Jawa Barat, Indonesia
    Phone: For reservations, call +62-22-2786001
    Entrance: $1 (15,000 IDR)
    Opening hours: Saturdays between 09:00-13:00 (visiting hours)
    Official site:http://www.bosscha.itb.ac.id/

    21.Go Behind the Scenes of a Traditional Orchestra: Saung Angklung Udjo

    Marketing itself as a ‘one-stop cultural workshop’, Saung Angklung Udjo is the perfect destination for visitors looking for an educational entertainment experience in Bandung.Made from bamboo tubes carved to produce a particular note, the Angklung produces a sound unlike any other musical instrument, and is considered a unique identity of the Sundanese culture.You can attend Angklung-making classes and watch how it goes together with a traditional dance and puppet show performance.Udjo Ngalegana, a traditional craftsman, built the place in 1966 as a means of giving back to the community. All proceeds of Saung Angklung Udjo go to students education, most of whom are local underprivileged children in the area.

    Saung Angklung Udjo Bandung traveling information:
    Address: Jl. Padasuka No. 118, Bandung, Jawa Barat 40192
    Phone: +62 22 7271714
    Entrance: 60.000 IDR / USD$4.4 (weekdays) and 75.000 IDR / USD $5.5 (weekend)
    Opening hours: 09:00 – 15:30
    Official site:http://www.angklung-udjo.co.id/

    22.Ride one of Asia’s fastest roller coasters in Trans Studio Bandung

    Split into three areas – Studio Central, the Lost City, and Magic Corner, the Trans Studio Bandung claims to be one of the largest indoor theme parks in the region.The attractions are correlate with the shows on Trans TV, a similar concept to Disneyland and Universal Studios.Let your kids learn a thing or two at the Science Centre, where the exhibits aim to spark interest in science among children.Don’t forget to ride on one of Asia’s fastest roller coasters, which reaches an exhilarating speed of 120 kph in 3.5 seconds!And of course, do join the daily parade of endless laughter through the streets of Studio Central.After a day at the Trans Studio Bandung, you can shop and dine at the Trans Studio Mall right below the amusement park. Those looking for a remarkable overnight experience can stay at the world renowned Trans Luxury Hotel, a 5-star accommodation in the heart of Bandung’s downtown.

    Trans Studio Bandung traveling information:
    Address: Jl. Gatot Subroto No.289, Bandung, Jawa Barat 40273
    Phone: +6289-9824-0236
    Entrance: Weekdays – 170,000 IDR (USD 13) | Weekends – 270,000 IDR (USD 20)
    Opening hours: 09:00-22:00
    Official site:http://www.transstudiobandung.com/

    23.Take a Boat Ride or Cross the Love Bridge at Situ Cileunca

    Surrounded by tea plantations, Situ Cileunca (Lake Cileunca) sits 1500m above sea level where the air is cool and fresh.This is where you can take a boat ride around the lake and marvel at the beauty of the landscape.Don’t like to get too close to the water? You can take a stroll along a bridge across the lake, which connects two villages together.Initially constructed to improve trade between the two villages, it has also brought a lot of couples together, thus it’s aptly named Jembatan Cinta (Love Bridge).

    Situ Cileunca traveling information:
    Address: Desa Warnasari, Kecamatan Pangalengan, Kabupaten Bandung 40378
    Entrance: 10000 IDR (USD 0.80)

    24.Art Utopia: Selasar Sunaryo Art Space

    Established in 1998 by Drs. Sunaryo, the Selasar Sunaryo is an art gallery that captures Bandung’s creative personality, showcasing works by local artists including that of Drs. Sunaryo.Besides the gallery exhibitions, art gatherings are commonly held in the vicinity and occasional classes are open for public, usually free of charge! Be sure to check their website for dates and timings of events or special exhibitions.When you’re fatigued from walking around the gallery, you can sip some coffee at the ‘kopi selasar’ while enjoying the view of the Dago countryside, for about IDR 50,000 ($4).

    Selasar Sunaryo Art Space traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Bukit Pakar Timur No.100 Bandung – 40198, West Java, Indonesia
    Contact: Ph: (+62) 22 250 7939, Fax: (+62) 22 251
    Entrance: Free
    Opening hours: 10:00-17:00
    Official site:http://www.selasarsunaryo.com/

    25.Take a Dip in the Healing Waters of Sari Ater Hot Spring Resort

    After a long day of exploring the city, you might want to loosen up those sore muscles for another day of sightseeing.Located near volcanoes, natural hot springs have developed over the years and have been used by the locals as a relaxation method. That’s coupled with the beliefs that soaking in the hot springs would beautify physical appearances, and also heal rheumatic, muscular and nervous system problems.You can choose from five bathing pools, and you aren’t comfortable bathing in public, you can rent the private rooms.Other activities are also available – you can rent the usual pedal boats for an off-road track!

    Sari Ater Hot Spring Resort traveling information:
    Address: Jl. Raya Ciater, Subang, West Java
    Phone: + 62 260 471700
    Entrance: 30,000 IDR (USD 2)
    Opening hours: Open 24 hours
    Official site:http://www.sariater-hotel.com/

    26.Buy an Eco-Friendly Pair of Jeans at Firebolt Clothing

    Established in 2001, this one-of-a-kind clothing store should not be mistaken for any other stores out there.Realizing the magnitude of carbon emissions in the farming industry, mainly due to cotton, the founders of Firebolt Clothing decided to go organic with their clothes.As a member of the Organic Trade Association (OTA), the products come from trees that are fertilized by non-chemical means, not exceeding 30% of what the trees require.And what’s best? These trendy outfits won’t burn a hole in your wallet. Clothes from this outlet range from $10-$15 per piece.
    Firebolt Clothing traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Jl. Prabu Dimuntur No. 4
    Phone: + 62 22 87241379
    Opening hours: 10:00-22:00
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    27.Trace the Roots of Java at the Museum Geologi Bandung

    Often overlooked by visitors in Bandung, this museum harbours some of Indonesia’s most prized artifacts with reference to the geological background of the country, such as landform structures to prehistoric beings.The collection exhibited in this museum includes a few of the Homo Erectus, believed to be an early form of the modern day human, a replica of the notorious Tyrannosaurus Rex Osborn, and a showcase of rock minerals you never knew contributed so much to our world today!Located right in the heart of the old city, several other attractions like the ‘Gedung Sate’ and ‘Lapangan Gasibu’ are right around the corner, perfect for those looking for a taste of local street food.
    Museum Geologi Bandung traveling information detail:
    Address: Jl. Diponegoro No.57, Bandung, Jawa Barat 40122
    Phone: +62 22 721822
    Entrance: 10,000 IDR (USD 0.80)
    Opening hours: Weekdays (09:00-15:30) / Weekends (09:00-13.30) / Closed on Fridays
    Official site:http://www.museumindonesia.com/museum/2/1/Museum_Geologi_Bandung

    28.Visit a Traditional Village with an Ancient Culture: Kampung Naga, Garut

    Just an hour away from the city of Garut lies a village called Kampung Naga (or ‘Dragon Village’ in English).Unlike almost every other village, Kampung Naga still relies on a traditional governance system used since hundreds of years ago, where the Head of the Village is the most powerful person in the village.As they refraining from using electricity, the residents of Kampung Naga have little or no communication to the outside world.If you want to visit, you’ll need to inform the head of the village. After which, you will be given a sharing session on how the village is run, and will also be shown around, such as the places where the people farm crops and livestock, and even a tour of one of their houses!

    Kampung Naga traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Desa Neglasari, Kecamatan Salawu, Kabupaten Tasikmalaya
    Entrance: Free (visitors might be asked for a donation)

    29.Soak in the Mesmerizing Atmosphere by the Lake at the Situ Bagendit

    Legend claims that there used to live a wealthy merchant who forced villagers to work hard for small wages. And this lake was where she drowned in the tears of the people who suffered under her, along with all her wealth.The lake itself is surrounded by mountains, and for those looking for a peaceful retreat, look no further – noise levels here are paid special attention by the authorities.You can indulge in the atmosphere by renting a raft ride around the lake for as little as 25,000 IDR ($2) for 15 minutes.

    Situ Bagendit traveling information detail:
    Address: Sukamukti, Banyuresmi Garut 44191
    Entrance: 3000 IDR (USD 0.20)
    Opening hours: 07:00-17:00

    30.Hike and Camp to catch the Sunrise: Mount Papandayan, Garut

    For most people, hiking up a mountain may sound like a task too challenging to conquer – you have to navigate through the difficult terrain and hostile weather, just to sleep in a tent and eat canned food.But this is already considered a beginner’s mountain by many outdoorsmen, as you can reach the camping ground of mount Papandayan after only 2 hours of trekking.Once the tent has been set, hikers can wander off in the Edelweiss Meadows, also a great spot for watching the sunrise.Another beautiful spot is the Hutan Mati (Dead Forest), which is where a patch of forest and vegetation was burnt off during a volcanic eruption, leaving only tree trunks behind.

    Mount Papandayan traveling information Bandung tourism:
    Address: Gunung Papandayan, Karamatwangi, Cisurupan, Garut Regency 44163
    Entrance: Free

    Bandung tourism is a tourism really absolutely amazing for adventure traveling.So much a place,island and nature like waterfall ,lake,and mount to explore and make you feel something craziest cause all of them beautiful and amazing.Her you can check the main of bandung area and hotels for stay.Enjoy Indonesia tourism as here Bandung tourism a part of beautiful Indonesia tourism.
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