The Indonesian city of Bandung is the capital of West Java and on e of the biggest cities of the country. Bandung, located in the southern part of West Java, this city is a good blend of Sundanese, Javanese, Sumatranese, and others of Indonesian civilian, including Chinese too. A bustling town, Bandung is well connected to the other city via country road. From Jakarta, you can go to Bandung by bus, car or by train. If you get there by bus, it will take a 3 – 4 hours, by car, you just need 2 – hours, if you choose by train, let me know, first time you have to go to Gambir station at central Jakarta, because I suggest you to be better if you ride the train from Gambir. There are 2 kind of train that you can find, first, the Parahyangan train, this train have two classes, business and executive classes, if you use this train, you will come to Bandung in 3 hours or more. Second, the Argo Gede, it’s only has 1 class, executive class, if you use this, you just need 2 hours and 50 minutes to Bandung, but the ticker price is more expensive than Parahyangan, now if up to your choice, the traveling your own need a low budget traveling cost or need efficiency time.
Indonesia is the largest archipelago in the world, with more than 17,000 islands. It’s also primarily dominated by Muslims and is # 4 in the world in terms of population. In 2006, there are already over 200 million people living in Indonesia. The country is sharing land borders with other Asian countries like Malaysia, Papua New Guinea, and East Timor. Indonesia is a mixture of both old and new. And with a lot of islands to choose from, besides touring, you can count sailing in Indonesia as one of the most popular pastimes.
A vacation in Bali will never be complete if you don’t try swimming, canoeing, or even diving in any of the 10 best dive spots in the area. Good choices will include USAT Liberty. It’s basically a U.S. cargo steamship filled with ammunition by the time it was torpedoed in 1942 by the Japanese. Today, it’s considered to be one of the most gorgeous artificial reefs in Indonesia. You can then continue to Amed, which is located on the eastern coastline. It’s composed of a lot of fishing villages, such as Gili Selang and Lipah. The island is valued for the privacy it gives to visitors.
|Hotel Selection||LOCATION||NO OF NIGHTS||Star||TOUR COST PER PAX|
|Swiss-Belhotel Mangga BesarOr similar||Jakarta||3||4||655 $|
|Palace Cipanas Puncak or Similar||Puncak||5||4|
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- Accommodation based on room configuration above, including tax, service charge, and breakfast
- Private Air Conditioned Vehicle with driver, fuel, toll road, parking, and other transportation fees
- Mineral Water on vehicle as per guests’ requirement
- All the entrance fee as per mentioned in itinerary.
- International and Domestic flights
- Meals that not mentioned in itinerary
- Tips for drivers, hotel porters, and guides – USD3/Pax/Day
- Personal expenses (phone, laundry, mini-bar, excess-baggage, room service)
- Travel Documents, including Indonesia Tourist Visa
- Additional options taken during stay.