A Full day scenic-sightseeing tour to Bandung, the capital of West Java Province and the Indonesia’s third largest city. Discover historical and culture value of bandung as the capital city of asian-african conference and also known as the paris van java because of its beauty.
Visiting one of the historic museum in Indonesia. Geology Museum offers excellent displays related to geological activities, such as mineral stones, crystal stones, fossil and meteorite that fell in Indonesia.
Factory Outlet & Jeans Market
Visiting factory outlet with good quality product of t-shirt, shoes and batik and explore huge free market of denim product and t-shirt at open stalls with some unique and difference typical of local stuff.
Gedung sate is icon of Bandung city. This building is a legacy of Dutch colonial period and is currently an icon of the city of Bandung. This building has an elegant and enchanting Indo-European architectural style and complemented by the beauty of the surrounding gardens.
In this show contains some spectacular cultural art performances, such as : puppet show, helaran ceremony, traditional dance, angklung performance, angklung orchestra, arumba and at the end of the show, the audience will be invited to play angklung and dance with children.
Tour Price per person
|Language||Single||2 - 4 Pax||5 - 6 Pax||7 - Up Pax|
|English||Call Us||US$100.00||US$80.00||Call us|
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2. Currency for cash payment could be charged by IDR or USD.
Term & Conditions :
- The tour is Private Tours, means there is no other participant, just only you and your companion.
- Child below 2 years old is free, if accompanied by 2 full paying adults.
- Tour Routes may vary slightly because of relocation of places of interest and re-routing of traffic flow.
- Ekaputra is not responsible for any loss, injury or damage sustained by the tourist, including those occurring outside the tour program, and additional expenses incurred due to delay, accidents, natural disaster, political actions and unrest must be borne by the tourist.