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Bandung Travel guide
Bandung : Michelin's recommendations
Capital of West Java, seat of Sunda culture, and with a majority Muslim population, Bandung and its pleasant climate attracted the Dutch, who made it into an elegant city, the "Paris of Java". Since then it has developed (3.5 million inhabitants) into one of Indonesia's most important industrial and academic centres, all the while managing to retain a distinct artistic and cultural energy. Its name has a place in history thanks to the the famous Asian-African Conference held here in 1955, a meeting which brought together Nehru, Sokarno and Nasser, to name but a few attendees.
Tourist attractions Bandung : Things to see and do
Jalan Juanda RI - Bandung
Make your way up to the Dago teahouse perched above the city in the heart of one of the chic districts. From here you can enjoy a superb panoramic view over Bandung and its surroundings and set off on a lovely walk that takes you to a pretty waterfal..
RI - Bandung
Although it hasn't erupted since 1969, the low-lying Tangkuban Perahu ("Capsized Boat") volcano is active. The smoke, bubbling pools and sulphur fumes give the impression of having reached the ends of the earth, even though the road leading..
Jl. Setiabudi RI - Bandung
A sublime Art Deco villa designed by the Dutchman Schoemaker for the media magnate DW Berretty (1932-1933). With a nod to the circular towers of Javanese temples, the Villa Isola, a tall building surrounded by gardens, was constructed using the circl..