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  • Boswell Jessen posted an update 1 year, 1 month ago

    West Java is just one of major provinces in Indonesia. Not just famous for its cool weather, the province, having its capital city Bandung, has lots of attractive natural and cultural objects to visit. Listed here are five tourism objects you should visit while you’re in Bandung and it is surrounding.

    1. Tangkuban Perahu Volcano. Tangkuban Perahu, a dormant volcano lies 25 km north of Bandung, is one of the most widely used tourism objects in West Java. You are able to hike or ride towards the edge of the volcano’s craters to find warm water springs which you could boil eggs there. You’ll find three craters the volcano has: Kawah Ratu (Queen Crater), Kawah Domas (Domas Crater), and Kawas Upas (Upas Crater). Tangkuban Perahu volcano is closely associated with Sundanese folktale, Sangkuriang.

    2. Angklung Performance. Angklung is one of traditional instruments of Indonesia. The instrument is made from multiple sets of carved bamboo tubes attached with a framework of bamboo. In West Java, just about the most popular angklung studios is Saung Angklung Udjo which can be located at the suburb of Bandung. The studio is belonged to renowned angklung musician Udjo Nalagena. Besides exhibiting daily angklung performance, Saung Angklung Udjo also provides a workshop, handicraft center, and living museum that you should find out more about

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    3. Museum Geologi Bandung. This museum is the largest and many complete geological center in Indonesia. The museum that’s found on Jalan Diponegoro was initially opened in 1929 through the Dutch colonial. With three major rooms (the geology of Indonesia, the historical past of life, and the geology of human life), there are about 60,000 fossils and 250,000 stones and minerals displayed. Since 2006, the museum is opened free for visitors.

    4. Ciater Hot Springs. Bathing in hot springs may help curing and relieving some ailments and illness for example rheumatic pains and skin problems. You may enjoy hot baths at the Ciater Hot Spring privately at lockable cubicles or communally with the public pools. The five hectare complex of Ciater Hot Springs offers other attractions for example riding horses, archery, and spa. For longer visit, you can lodge at one of the available bungalows.

    5. Gedung Sate. Literary means ‘satay building’ and was established in 1920 as Gouverments Bedrijven (GB), Gedung Sate was once used as the top office of West Java provincial government and also West java’s house of representative. The dwelling is a landmark of Bandung which includes distinguished small satay-shaped structure on its roof. Similar with Museum Geologi Bandung, Gedung Sate is also positioned on Jalan Diponegoro.

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