Gedung SateGedung Sate, is a neo-classical building that now serves as the West Java governor's office. The building was designed by Dutch architect J. Gerber. The peculiar nickname translates literally to 'satay building', which references the shape of the building's central pinnacle - which resemble the shape of one of the Indonesian traditional dish called satay.
Kawah RatuKawah Ratu (Queen of the Craters) is the largest crater of Mount Tangkuban Perahu, a dormant volcano 30 km north of the city of Bandung. Kawah Ratu has a location of 6° 45' 32" (6.758889°) south latitude, 107° 36' 38" (107.610556°) east longitude. Kawah Ratu has an average elevation of approximately 1,669 meters above sea level.
Cibaduyut St.You would be able to find a fine collection of shoes in all types of designs, colours and types from all the renowned designers here at Jalan Cibaduyut. As you get to the place, a statue made out of two bronze shoes would greet you at the entrance, giving you an indication of what to expect once you start walking along the street.
Bandung LandscapeKota Bandung is the capital of West Java, Indonesia.The city lies in a river basin surrounded by volcanic mountains. Bandung was established as a resort city for early Dutch colonialist, which dubbed the city as Parijs van Java (The Paris of Java).
Bandung Culture ParkAlternatively known as the Dago Tea House, the Bandung Culture Park is a Sundanese culture and art conservation centre. Here, you can enjoy traditional culture shows set against the backdrop of the beautiful Bandung scenery.
BaksoBakso or baso is Indonesian meatball or meat paste made from beef surimi. Bakso is commonly made from beef with a small quantity of tapioca flour. Bakso are usually served in a bowl of beef broth, with yellow noodles, rice vermicelli, egg and vegetables. Bakso can be found all across Indonesia; from the traveling cart street vendors to restaurants. Indonesian Bakso is also known as Barack Obama's favourite childhood dish.
Tangkuban Perahu MountainTangkuban Perahu is a dormant volcano 30 km north of the city of Bandung, the provincial capital of West Java, Indonesia. The name translates roughly to "upturned boat" in Sundanese, referring to the local legend of its creation.
Curug Dago (Dago Waterfall)At 1310 meters above sea level, the Dago Waterfall is a serene and calming scenery to behold. Besides the waterfall, you can also enjoy the beauty of a green park a short trek away. At the waterfall, there are two relic inscriptions written by the King of Thailand who visited the site in 1818 BC.
Chiampelas St.Bandung is famous for 'factory outlets' selling all the famous brands. Ask any tourist that has been to Bandung’s Jalan Cihampelas, they would rather refer to Cihampelas as the Jeansstreet of Bandung. A popular place for jeans among other types of clothing, you would probably be able to find really good bargains here if you are looking for new clothes to shop for during a vacation.
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