Places To Go

The places you would rather be


Tahura (Taman Hutan Raya)

Tahura is also known as Dijuanda Forest Park and it is a conservation area and botanical garden in Bandung. The park covers 590 hectares, stretching from Dago Pakar to Maribaya and it is the largest park ever built by the Dutch East Indies Government in the form of protected forests.


Dago Pakar Cave

The caves are located at Jalan Dabo Bandung and each of the caves has its own name. Gua Jepang (Japanese Cave) is named after the Japanese occupation in 1942 while Gua Belanda (Dutch Cave) is made by the Dutch in early 1941. The distance between both caves are only 15 minutes away by walking.


Dago Dream Park

Bandung is a place that will never run out of tourists’ attractions and Dago Dreampark is the nature park for your kids. The park is as large as 1 hectare and there are plenty exciting games for your kids to explore such as cycling, pedicab, otoped, bus tour, water rides and indoor playground.

Gedung Sate

Gedung Sate

It is a public building designed according to a neoclassical design incorporating native Indonesian elements. The building was completed in 1920 and today, it serves as the seat of the governor of the province of West Java. Its name is a nickname derived from the shape of the building’s central pinnacle which resembles sate.


Congo Gallery & Cafe

Enjoy the fresh air of Bandung as your browse through the exotic wood collections or sit down for a scrumptious meal in Congo Gallery & Café. With the café overlooking the city, it offers a truly unique and enchanting visual experience. The café serve wide range of delicacies from main course to desserts.

Saung Angklung Mangudjo

Saung Angklung Mang Udjo

This is the one-stop cultural workshop in Bandung which consists of bamboo handicraft centre, performance venue and bamboo instrument workshop. Apart from that, Saung Angklung Udjo functions as an educational centre to preserve the Sudanese culture – Angklung in particular.