In and Around Bandung
The street of Dago is Bandung’s corridors of shopping paradise, and on the weekend it is the gathering point of various communities around the city.
As the day turn into night, the vibrant shopping scene of Cihampelas street turns their lights on to shine on some of its highlighted features.
Built in 2005, the Pasupati bridge stands majestically at the heart of Bandung, and welcome them who arrived from Jakarta.
Pieces of Cakwe, chunks of boiled egg, shredded chicken and all other toppings covering the delicious rice pouridge, creates the sensational taste of Bandung’s Bubur Ayam.
Combining the pleasure of shopping with pleasant sceneries, Cihampelas Walk stands out among Bandung’s various shopping malls.
A trip to Bandung will not be complete without tasting some of its exceptional culinary delights.
Angklungs, sulings, wayang golek wooden puppets, and vast collection of accessories all bear distinct Sundanese culture makes great mementos of a visit to Bandung.
Far from fancy buildings and extravagant showcase, visitors can still practice their bargaining skills at street-side fashion vendors.
On the other corner of Gelora Saparua field, an energetic young skater launches himself to the air as he crosses the jumping ramp.
On a bright Bandung Weekend’s morning, families would take their kids on fun sporting activities at Gelora Saparua field.
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