Our Destinations

Our Destinations

1. Tangkuban Perahu Mountain

Tangkuban Perahu (spelt Tangkuban Parahu in the local Sundanese dialect) is a dormant volcano 30 km north of the city of Bandung, the provincial capital of West Java, Indonesia. It last erupted in 1959. It is a popular tourist attraction where tourists can hike or ride to the edge of the crater to view the hot water springs and boiling mud up close, and buy eggs cooked on the hot surface.[2] This stratovolcano is on the island of Java and last erupted in 1983. Together with Mount Burangrang and Bukit Tunggul, those are remnants of the ancient Mount Sunda after the plinian eruption caused the Caldera to collapse.

In April 2005 the Directorate of Volcanology and Geological Hazard Mitigation raised an alert, forbidding visitors from going up the volcano. "Sensors on the slopes of the two mountains - Anak Krakatoa on the southern tip of Sumatra Island and Tangkuban Perahu in Java - picked up an increase in volcanic activity and a build up of gases, said government volcanologist Syamsul Rizal."

 

2. Ciater Hot Spring

Sights Hot Ciater, for the people of Indonesia, West Java, and what other areas in the archipelago, it familiar. Because of these attractions, in addition to be used as a means of family recreation, tourism Ciater hot water can also be used for health. The reason is based on the research and analysis balneology, warm water containing minerals Calcium, Magnesium, Chloride, Sulphate, Thermo, Mineral, and Hypertherma with high levels of aluminum which is equiv 38.5 percent, and the acid is also very high PH: 2 , 45.

While the temperature of the hot water that comes from springs about 43 degrees Celsius - 46 degrees Celsius. While that was in the pool the temperature levels reached 37 degrees Celsius - 42 degrees celsius.Suhu cold water can reach about 8-10 degrees Celsius. location of hot springs are located in the village of Ciater, Kab. Subang, West Java, located in the valley Ciater, amid tea plantations at the foot of Mount Tangkuban Perahu. The temperature is not too cold, just about 20 degrees Celsius maximum, minimum 16 degrees Celsius. With occupies an active area of ??30 Ha and 40 Ha passive.

 

3. Saung Angklung Udjo

Saung Angklung Udjo was established in January 1967 by Mang Udjo (literally meaning 'uncle Udjo') and his late wife Uum Sumiati. Situated on Jalan Padasuka 118, Saung Angklung Udjo rapidly became an important tourism destination in Indonesia and Bandung itself. The Saung also has a display room selling hand-made craft souvenirs such as the angklung itself, wayang golek (wooden puppets), Sundanese blangkon - traditional hats made of batik textiles - and other bamboo handicrafts made by the artisans next to the saung. Recently, Saung Udjo has improved the merchandise, and now also offers recorded CD's and VCD's of their performances.

Daily programs are held from Monday to Sunday from 15.30 - 17.30 p.m. The performances begin with the Sundanese gamelan. Next, the host of musical performances introduces a short wayang golek demonstration. A real performance of wayang golek (puppet show) last more than 7 hours and sometimes takes one or even two nights to finish a story, but here in Saung Udjo, the demonstration only introduces how wayang dances, speaks, fights, and goes to war. Following the wayang golek show is helaran, a ritual play describing a situation when friends of a boy to be circumcised are carrying him along in a procession in order to give him happiness. After that, an arumba (another form of angklung band) orchestra is presented. The tari topeng (mask dance) is one part of this musical performance medley which is usually played by a single child. At the end of the performances, the audiences can also experience how easy it is to play the angklung together with children in songs like Rain & Tears, Sound of Music, and Song of Joy.

 

4. Trans Studio Bandung

Trans Studio Bandung is a playground in the largest room in the world run by Trans Corp. Trans Studio Bandung is a playground in the second room built for Trans Studio Makassar following the success of which was built in 2009. The rides are presented are named according to the existing programs on Trans TV or Trans7. 

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