I was recommended by a friend, so last weekend I took my family there and stayed for 2 nights. It's a camp site in the middle of pine forest of Lembang, a mountain area near Bandung. Very cold, and fresh air. You can choose to stay in a tent, or in wooden house.
We stayed in the wooden house. It's basically a small 4x4 studio type wooden house with 1 bathroom and balcony at the back of the house. No TV and all other fancy stuffs, but hot water is available. Polite and helpful staffs. Cleanness...well, it's "acceptably" clean for a camp site, and quite well maintained. We paid approx. USD 50 per night including breakfast for three (chicken fried rice with sausage and crackers, but dont expect too much on its taste..hehe). They will also provide bonfire at night (free of charge) plus few pieces of corns for us to grill. There are outbound facilities for kids (flying fox, high ropes, ATV, etc) within the site, and the ticket is very affordable too. It was really a different experience for us, and my kids enjoyed it...but only on the first day..LOL.. on the second day, they already got bored... However, there are many places you can visit in Lembang area (within 10km from the camp site, 20 minutes by car), including the famous volcanic crater called "Tangkuban Perahu", and a very beautiful tea fields. So, I took them there, and they were very happy.
Anyway, I second what other reviewers shared here. It is a very nice place to escape from noisy, crowded, and polluted life of big cities...
- Also Known As:
- Grafika Cikole - Lembang Hotel Bandung