With a professional guide, you will visit the most charming places in the city. Bandung is the center of arts and culture in West Java. It is the home of historical buildings and educational institutions dating back to the 1910s. You will have a chance to explore the city while hearing fascinating facts and legends. Is it true that the city has many Dutch colonial architectures? Do these buildings inspire the development of this city? Who are the notable people from Bandung? Does this city have a nickname? You will be surprised after knowing the hidden stories in the streets, buildings, and corners of Bandung. Your charming guide will tell you what is special and unique about living in this city. It is perfect for people visiting the city for the first time and who want to get the most out of it.

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  • Professional local tour guide


  • Transportation

Route & Duration

2 hours
  • 1

    Taman Gedung Sate

    With its signature skewer adornment, Gedung Sate (Sundanese:), atop its central tower, has been a landmark for the City of Bandung for a long time. It is not only recognized by the public in West Java but also across Indonesia; even the building's model is considered a symbol for the people of Indonesia. West Java structures and city signs Consider this structure in front of the Tasikmalaya Train Station. This white structure, begun in 1920, still stands powerfully but elegantly and today serves as the city of Bandung's large administration building. Gedung Sate, also known as Gouvernements Bedrijven in the Dutch East Indies.

  • 2

    Museum Pos Indonesia

    The Indonesian Postal Museum is located at Jalan Cilaki No. 73, Bandung, West Java. This historical museum has been open since the Dutch East Indies era in 1933. Initially, the building created by the architect pair J. Berger and Leutdsgebouwdienst was known as Pos Telegraph and Telephone (PTT). The Indonesian Postal Museum and its collection of postal artifacts were neglected under the Dutch occupation of Indonesia. Even after Indonesia gained independence, this museum was not rebuilt, and the museum's treasures were abandoned.

  • 3

    Pustaka Bunga Kandaga Puspa Park

    Bandung is well-known for its tourist potential. Different types of excursions are available here, ranging from natural to man-made. Bandung's famous mainstay tours include Trans Studio, Dago Dreampark, Chinatown, The Lodge Maribaya, Susu Lembang Farmhouse, and others. THE FLOWER LIBRARY PARK is now one of the tourism parks that truly highlights Bandung's features as a flower city. Pustaka Bunga Kandaga Puspa Park is also known as Cilaki Flower Garden and Kandaga Puspa Flower Library Park.

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    Taman Cibeunying

    Cibeunying Park, or the cool name Cibeunying Park, is one of the last remaining parks from the Walanda or Dutch era of Bandung. This park was known as Tjibeunjing Plantsoen during the Company's period. Despite its name, it also serves as an urban forest planted in an uneven pattern as part of a green line that runs from Cilaki Park to Bengawan Park. In the 1980s, Ateng Wahyudi, the then-mayor of Bandung, transformed Cibeunying Park into an attractive plant market. Tjibeunjing Plantsoen's thick trees have transformed into plant booths that sell plants of different varieties and hues.

Meeting Point

By the entrance of Gedung Sate (Jl. Diponegoro No.22, Citarum, Kec. Bandung Wetan, Kota Bandung, Jawa Barat 40115) See Map

Cancellation Policy

You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.