BANDUNG OVERVIEW

“Bandung, capital of Indonesia’s West Java province Is a large city set amid volcanoes and tea plantations. It's known for colonial and art deco architecture, a lively, university-town feel and thanks to its 768m elevation relatively cool tropical weather.”

Gedung Sate

Gedung Sate

Located in Jalan Riau where many of the factory outlets are, the Secret is specialized for women's fashion with a fairly small area for men's clothing. The men's section does have some pretty cool clothing from time to time, but they are mostly small asian sizes. The women's section is laid out pretty well with less clothes than some other outlets but nice quality and good selection. There is an outdoor area at the back with some small shops and toilets. This place is always worth a visit.

Monumen Perjuangan

Monumen Perjuangan

Is one stop cultural workshop, consists of : performance venue, bamboo handicraft centre, and bamboo instrument workshop. Apart from that, SAU has an honorable function as an educational laboratory and training centre to preserve the Sundanese culture – Angklung in particular.

Bandung Geology museum

Bandung Geology museum

Postal Museum was opened in 1931 as the Museum of Post, Telegraph and Telephone (PTT). When first established, most of his collection of stamps from at home and abroad. Once the situation is less well maintained during World War II, from the date of December 18, 1980, the collection has grown to include more by doing an inventory and collect different objects of history that should be used as a museum collection.

Menara Mesjid Agung

Menara Mesjid Agung

Music Park with an area of 4,200 m2 is reserved for those who love music, especially the band. The place can be a place for bands who want to perform and can be used for free.

Kebun Binatang

Kebun Binatang

Kebun Binatang Bandung is a 14-hectare (35-acre) zoo located in the city of Bandung in West Java, Indonesia. It was created in 1933 when two existing zoos in the city (Cimindi zoo and Dago Atas zoo) were combined and moved to the current location on Taman Sari street. The new zoo was located in "Jubileum Park", a botanical garden created in 1923 to celebrate the silver Jubilee of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands.

Goa Belanda

Goa Belanda

Goa Belanda is located in Bandung and is one of the many buildings and historic heritage was built by the Dutch during mastering Indonesia. At first cave that was built in 1901, is used for the company engaged in hydropower generation. However, in 1918 the Dutch were doing renovations to add hallways and corridors in the cave that is in this area of Dago Pakar.

Curug Dago

Curug Dago

Curug Dago is a tourist attraction Waterfall in Bandung which has a height of about 12 m of water alone and an altitude of about 800 meters above sea level. The formation of this waterfall comes from streams flowing from Maribaya Cikapundung and entered the city of Bandung

Taman Musik Centrum

Taman Musik Centrum

Music Park with an area of 4,200 m2 is reserved for those who love music, especially the band. The place can be a place for bands who want to perform and can be used for free.

Factory Outlet

Factory Outlet

Located in Jalan Riau where many of the factory outlets are, the Secret is specialized for women's fashion with a fairly small area for men's clothing. The men's section does have some pretty cool clothing from time to time, but they are mostly small asian sizes. The women's section is laid out pretty well with less clothes than some other outlets but nice quality and good selection. There is an outdoor area at the back with some small shops and toilets. This place is always worth a visit.

Saung Angklung Udjo

Saung Angklung Udjo

Is one stop cultural workshop, consists of : performance venue, bamboo handicraft centre, and bamboo instrument workshop. Apart from that, SAU has an honorable function as an educational laboratory and training centre to preserve the Sundanese culture – Angklung in particular.

Museum Kantor Pos

Museum Kantor Pos

Postal Museum was opened in 1931 as the Museum of Post, Telegraph and Telephone (PTT). When first established, most of his collection of stamps from at home and abroad. Once the situation is less well maintained during World War II, from the date of December 18, 1980, the collection has grown to include more by doing an inventory and collect different objects of history that should be used as a museum collection.

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