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Kampung Gajah is a tourist place, located at Jalan Sergeant Bajuri 3.8 km Bandung - Lembang, West Java, Java Island, Indonesia. Kampung Gajah stands on 58 hectares of land and has had a development permit up to 200 ha, is located above an altitude of 900 meters above sea level, has a quite beautiful natural scenery and the air cool and fresh, this place is very suitable to serve as a tourist with family . From Kampung Gajah, visitors can see the beautiful city of Bandung from a height.
Trans Studio Bandung is a playground in the largest room in the world run by Trans Corp. Trans Studio Bandung is a playground in the second room built for Trans Studio Makassar following the success of which was built in 2009. The rides are presented are named according to the existing programs on Trans TV or Trans7.
Sate House (Gedung Sate), with his trademark ornamentation skewers on a central tower, has long been a marker or landmark Bandung is not only known to the public in West Java, Indonesia but also throughout the building was used as a model even a sign to some buildings and signs of in West Java. For example, the shape of the building front Tasikmalaya Railway Station. Built in 1920, the white building is still standing strong, elegant, and now serves as the seat of government buildings in West Java.
Forest Park Ir. H. Juanda is the integrated conservation of natural secondary forest plantations located in Bandung, Indonesia. The extent of 590 hectares stretching from the Dago Pakar to Maribaya. Location of Forest Park Ir. H. Expert Village is Djuanda, Ciburial Village, District Cimenyan, at an altitude of 770 masl to 1330 masl. In the fertile soil there are approximately 2500 species of plants consisting of 40 families and 112 species. In 1965 the forest area of the park about 10 ha of new highways, but now has reached 590 hectares stretching from the experts to Maribaya. Currently managed by the Forest Service Regional Government of West Java Province (previously under the auspices of Perhutanioffice).
The Angklung is a musical instrument made of two bamboo tubes attached to a bamboo frame. The tubes are carved to have a resonant pitch when struck and are tuned to octaves. The base of the frame is held in one hand, whilst the other hand strucks the instrument. This causes a repeating note to sound. Each of three or more performers in an angkalung ensemble play just one note or more, but altogether complete melodies are produced. The Angklung is popular throughout Southeast Asia, but it originated in today's Indonesia and has been played by the Sundanese for many centuries.
Cihampelas Walk or popular called as Ciwalk, is one of several unique mall concept in Bandung. The outdoor feels with tropical trees all around the mall will give you different atmosphere while you shopping.