me and my friend plan to go to bandung for maybe 3d2n, would you suggest the wisata place to visit?
thanks, it is possible if i go to kawah putih by grab?
Honestly, i never tried. And i don't think that it would be cheaper that hiring a car+driver for a day. Because together with long road ( and high possibility of traffic jams) that driver has to wait for you there to fetch you back to BDG, and none will do it for free or for a chance to stay idle and wait for you loosing money...
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I suggest a full day in Lembang, where you can visit Tangkuban Parahu crater, strawberry farm, tea plantation, hot spring (Sari Ater) and floating market. Bandung downtown for local food, hangout and shopping (try Riau and Braga). If you're into history, go to Asia Afrika.
Hiring a driver is the best option since public transport there is poor-quality and it takes quite a long time, especially when in traffic, to get from one to other attractions. Plus, your driver may help figuring out the best of Bandung for you; they are friendly and helpful in general.
You may also avoid weekends and holidays since the traffic jam is very heavy, often comes to a standstill. (Note that Bandung is a weekend getaway for many Jakarta residents)Edited: 9:51 am, November 02, 2017
Thank you everyone, i decide to hire a driver and go to Lembang area. Cant wait & suoer excited
My suggestion is to hire a car + driver and head towards Ciwidey which is where Kawah Putih, the tea plantations and Situ Patenggang are all located. This is itself a full days outing since it takes around 2 hours to drive form Bandung to that area and two hours back, depending on traffic conditions. On the way, when you pass through the hilly area of Soreang you can visit a small Kopi Luwak farm where civets are fed coffee beans and the undigested beans are then used to make one of the most expensive coffees in the world. Across the road you can sit and relax while drinking a Kopi Luwak latte which I can confirm is really delicious. you would never know that the coffee beans had passed through the digestive tract of the civet cats from the taste of the coffee.
The OP asked their questions on October 25 last year.....4 months ago.
Yes, I just noticed they asked their question 2 1/2 months ago. Thanks.