Bandung Insight from the Insider – Trip to Bandung #03

Woohooo!!! Finally we are in Bandung after our flight that you read here and here.

Inside the Bus ~ Bandung City Tour ~ Photo courtesy by: Tetty M Teh

On the third series of Trip to Bandung, finally we are in Bandung! Back in its heydays, Bandung earned the moniker ‘Parijs van Java’ (Paris of Java). Even today, it continues to be a city of fashion, culinary, music and arts!

Blessed with a very spacious land, West Java produces the world’s best tea, coffee and other crops. Not only blessed with the rich commodities, Bandung also blessed with various nature resources and scenery that surely can soothe your weary souls.

To bo honest, it’s not my first time going to Bandung. However, I haven’t really got a chance to travel around. So, I started to find information from the insider or local people to find out about the insight of Bandung!

So, get ready to know what are the various interesting places in Bandung! Check it out!

Nature and Sightseeing

  1. Mountain Tangkuban Parahu

    Mountain Tangkuban Parahu - 1830m above the sea levell

  2. Domas Crater
  3. Sari Ater / Ciater Hot Spring
  4. Teh Farm
  5. Rumah Strawberry, Jl Cigugur Girang No 145 Paropong – Lembang, Telp 022-70796365 (in Bahasa Indonesia)
  6. Caringin Tilu
  7. Curug Dago
  8. Kawah Putih / White Crater
  9. Situ Patenggang / Patenggang Lake*

Architectural Building

  1. Gedung Merdeka
  2. Gedung Sate
  3. Bank Indonesia
  4. Gedung Kantor Pusat Bank Jabar located in the junction of Jalan Braga dan Naripan
  5. Gedung De DrieKleur (Tiga Warna) or Three Colours Building
  6. St Peter Cathedral
  7. Along Jalan Braga
  8. Bandung Mosque
  9. Villa Isola


  1. Various Factory Outlet Store such as : Rumah Mode, Bali Heaven, ForMen, The Secret, Summit, etc
  2. Pasar Baru Bandung (Bandung New Market – in Bahasa Indonesia)
  3. Cihampelas Walk
  4. Cibaduyut
  5. Braga City Walk


  1. Kampung Daun Culture Gallery & Cafe. Jl Sersan Bajuri KM 4,7 No 88, Villa Triniti Bandung.
  2. Sapulidi Cafe, resort & gallery. Jl. Sersan Bajuri Kompleks Graha Puspa, Cihideung, Lembang. Cabangnya : Jl. Cihampelas No 107 Bandung.
  3. Warung Mak Uneh : Jl. Setiabudi no 159 dan Jl Terasana 132 Bandung (warung prasmanan khas Sunda)
  4. Gepuk Ny. Yong : Jl. Pasundan no 15, Jl. Sawo no 6, Jl. Setiabudi no 144, Jl. RE Martadinata no 57
  5. Batagor Kingsley, Jl. Veteran 25, Bandung, Indonesia
  6. Batagor Riri, Jl. Burangrang No. 41 , Karees – 40262, T: 022-7302249
  7. Mie Naripan Bandung
    Jalan Naripan 108, Bandung 40112. T 022-4205516 dan 4235808. Buka jam 0730 -2200wib.
  8. Mie Raos Kejaksaan. Jl. Kejaksaan no 19 Bandung (In Bahasa Indonesia)
  9. Serabi Bandung
  10. Kampung Baso (In Bahasa Indonesia)
  11. Peuyeum: traditional fermented snack from Bandung made of cassava.
  12. Bandrek: traditional beverages like a ginger tea
  13. Jus Stroberi – dapat dibeli dimanapun :) (in Bahasa Indonesia)
  14. Klappertart Bandung (in Bahasa Indonesia)
  15. SAUNG SARI. Jl. Ciwidey no 27 Pasir Jambu Bandung Selatan. 022 592 9035 (in Bahasa Indonesia)
  16. Tahu Lembang
  17. SAUNG SARI. Jl. Ciwidey no 27 Pasir Jambu Bandung Selatan. 022 592 9035 (In Bahasa Indonesia)
  18. Paskal Food Market
  19. Kedai Timbel Dago : Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No 117 Bandung. 022 250 2004
    buka jam 10:00 – 16:00
     (In Bahasa Indonesia)


  1. Saung Angklung Udjo. Angklung is a musical instrument made of two bamboo tubes attached to a bamboo frame
  2. The Hong Community is a Center of Folk Toys Research founded in 2003.
  3. Sentra Tahu Cibuntu


  1. Trans Studio Bandung
  2. Rumah Sosis(House of Sausages)
  3. Kampung Gajah (Elephant Village)
  4. De Ranch (In Bahasa Indonesia)
  5. Taman Kupu-Kupu / Butterfly Park
  6. Floating Market Lembang

Wisata Seru!!!

  1. Bandung TreeTop

and there are more interesting places, activities and food that I can’t write all in this short post.

So, what are you waiting for? Hurry up! Book your ticket online via AirAsia dan explore your own Bandung!

Do you know?

  • Bandung has the largest collection of 1920’s art deco building in the world.
  • “Situ” is a Sundanese Language which means “Lake”

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