WEEKEND GETAWAY : BANDUNG

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ABOUT WEST JAVA
West Java is an Indonesian province on the island Java, extending south and east of Jakarta. Bandung, the provincial capital, is known for Dutch-designed art deco buildings.

West Java is the native homeland of Sundanese people which forms the largest ethnic group in West Java, followed by Javanese who migrated to the province centuries ago. Since Jakarta and the surrounding area, including West Java, is the business and political center of Indonesia, the province has attracted various people from throughout Indonesia.

Bandung and Puncak areas have long been known as popular weekend destinations for Jakartans. Today Bandung has developed into a shopping destination, popular not only among local Indonesian especially Jakartans, but also with neighboring Malaysian and Singaporean visitors.

WONDERFUL WEST JAVA
by Indonesia Tourism
PRICE : Start
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1.212.60086
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BOGOR
Bogor Botanical Garden:
Bogor Botanical Gardens are said to have been initiated by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles, who, between 1811-1816, became Governor General of the East Indies during the interim reign of the British over the archipelago.

It is located in Bogor city and spread about 87 hectares with the impressive out-of-town Bogor Presidential Palace fronting it and soaring Mt. Salak at its background and boasts over 400 species of palm trees, 5,000 trees gathered from around the tropical world, and an orchid house containing 3,000 varieties.
SUKABUMI
Ciletuh Geopark:
Ciletuh-Pelabuhan Ratu Geopark recognized Indonesia’s 4th. UNESCO Global Geopark. This brings to four Geoparks in Indonesia that have today been accredited as UNESCO Geoparks. These are: Mt. Batur Geopark in Bali, Gunung Sewu Geopark in Yogyakarta and Mt. Rinjani Geopark on the island of Lombok.

The Ciletuh-Pelabuhan Ratu Geopark encompasses a total area of about 126,000 hectares. It covers 74 villages, a number of nature reserves and conservation areas including sea turtles conservation areas at Pangumbahan and a Batik Traditional Village at Purwasedar.

Citarik Rafting:
Challenge yourself in Citarik River. 12 KM white water rafting with amazing views around the river will spur your adrenaline.
BANDUNG
White Crater:
It’s surroundings are dominated by a pale white color which radiates a rather hypnotizing ambience. The vast dormant volcanic crater is filled with surreal turquoise-colored water.

The tree-clad cliffs surrounding the crater reach around 2,500 meters above sea level and make for a stunning backdrop, especially when the clouds start to roll in. The altitude here brings with it chilly temperatures, which in a way, will add to the magical splendor of Kawah Putih.

Tangkuban Prahu Crater:
Tangkuban Perahu has definitely a significant role especially in the development of the surrounding Parahyangan (land of God) Highlands.

It is the only crater in Indonesia that you can drive up to its very rim. Mount Tangkuban Perahu has a distinctive shape, and looks like an “overturned boat”. Here you will be greeted by sulfur fumes which the crater continues to emit although the volcano is not active.

Saung Angklung Udjo:
Udjo's House of Angklung attempts to manifest beautiful harmony of vibrating bamboos that echo from this simple amphitheatre all the way to the other side of the world. It spreads the values of simplicity, co-operation, unity and togetherness.

Established in 1966, Saung Angklung Udjo was built with purpose and dedication to conserve West Java’s Sundanese traditional art and culture.

Bandung City:
Bandung was known as “Parijs van Java” with its wide boulevards, flanked by colonial houses with wide, neat front lawns.
You may find many Dutch historical building in Riau Street and Braga Street.

Bandung also well known for the factory outlet. From the branded items, jeans collection, and leather’s collection.

Bandung also well known as a heaven of street food. You can many variant of food with an affordable price.
GARUT
Cangkuang Temple:
Cangkuang Temple is a small 8th-century Shivaist candi. The temple is made from andesite stones, the temple's base measures 4.5 x 4.5 meters and 8.5 meters tall. The architectural style is similar to those of early Central Javanese Hindu temples.
TASIKMALAYA
Naga Village:
Naga village is a traditional village which is inhabited by a community that holds a strong tradition of preserving the way of life their ancestors and located in the area of Neglasari Village.

The village is notable for its traditional houses which is characterized by its functionality, simplicity, modesty, and its use of natural thatched materials, and its quite faithful adherence to the harmony with the nature and environment.
CIREBON
The Kasepuhan Palace:
Cirebon has four palaces, precious heritage of this once powerful Islamic kingdom. They are the Keraton (palace) Kasepuhan, Keraton Kanoman, Keraton Kacirebonan, and Keraton Keprabon.
Standing on a total land area of 10 hectares, the Kasepuhan Keraton is the largest, the most impressive and best kept among the Cirebon palaces, where every niche carries its own historic significance.

Trusmi Batik:
Batik Trusmi, located at the village of Trusmi, situated some 4 KM west of the city center. The history of Batik at Trusmi Village is believed to have been initiated by an Islamic religious leader by the name of Ki GedeTrusmi.

At Trusmi Village, there are over 1,000 batik artisans who work daily to produce these fine masterpieces. Cirebon features both styles of Batik Keraton (Royal Batik of the Kasepuhan and the Kanoman Sultanates) and Batik Pesisir (Coastal Batik). Royal batik is characterized by motifs of royal symbols based on religious philosophy, while the coastal batiks are more dynamic and open to current trends.
HOW to GO THERE
From Jakarta by Car
  • Jakarta - Bogor : 55 KM | Approximately : 1 hours.
  • Jakarta - Sukabumi : 112 KM | Approximately : 3 hours.
  • Jakarta - Bandung : 151 KM | Approximately : 4 hours.
  • Jakarta - Garut : 213 KM | Approximately : 6 hours.
  • Jakarta - Tasikmalaya : 274 KM | Approximately : 7 hours.

    From Jakarta by Train
    Please see the schedule at www.traveloka.com or www.tiket.com
  • Jakarta - Bogor : approximately : 2 hours.
  • Jakarta - Sukabumi : approximately : 4 hours.
  • Jakarta - Bandung : approximately : 5 hours.
  • Jakarta - Garut : approximately : 5 hours.
  • Jakarta - Tasikmalaya : approximately : 6 hours.

    From Jakarta by Flight
    Jakarta (HLP Halim Perdana Kusuma) - Bandung (BDO Husein Sastranegara) : approximately : 1 hours.
  • Citilink (07:25 – 08:25)

    Jakarta (CGK Soekarno-Hatta) - Kertajati (KJT Kertajati International) : approximately : 4-6 hours.
    Continue by car to each destination.
  • Garuda Indonesia (09:30 – 14:15)
  • NOTE
  • The above price consider as a PREMIUM and PRIVATE Tour for minimum quota of 2 persons per trip.
  • Price will be subject to changed without prior notice due to local economic situation in local area (destination).
  • The itinerary subject to change due to :
    1. Weather & Traffic.
    2. Local regulation.
    3. Client's request.

    ENTITLEMENT:
    TRANSPORTATION
  • 1 day transportation with driver, petrol, parking, and mineral water.
  • Return trainfare Jakarta-Bandung-Jakarta
  • Return train station transfer.

    ACCOMMODATION
  • No accommodation require for DAY TRIP.

    FOOD & BEVERAGES
  • 1 Lunch.
  • Daily Mineral Water.

    TOUR
  • Entrance to Saung Angklung Udjo.
  • English speaking guide.
  • Souvenir.

    EXCLUSION:
  • Return Airfare to/from Jakarta.
  • Accommodation at Jakarta.
  • Personal expenses.
  • Alcoholic Beverages.
  • Travel Insurance.
  • Surcharge.
    Surcharge will be applied on :
    [•] Idul Fitri (7 days prior and 7 days after)
    (Idul Fitri, all activities will be closed)
    [•] Christmas (1 day prior & until New Year).
    [•] New Year (until 3 days after).

    CHILDREN FARE
  • 5 years old below : free of charge, EXCEPT extra bed.
  • 6 - 7 years old : 50% from above package, include extra bed.
  • 8 years old above : full pricing same as adult.

    This trip is RECOMMENDED for :
  • All gender at any ages.
  • Children at ages 6 years old above.
  • Elderly people.
  • RESERVATION
    Reservation must be in made 10-14 days prior the arrival.
    Reservation may proceed by:
  • Email to butiktripinfo@gmail.com
  • Click to RESERVATION FORM in website

    PAYMENT
    Payment subject up to 3 installments, which is :
  • 1st Installment : IDR 5,000,000 (upon RESERVATION).
  • 2nd Installment : 50% from the balance (14 days prior the arrival).
  • 3rd Installment : 50% from the balance (7 days prior the arrival).
    Our payment methods will be:
  • Credit Card Processing in website (additional 3,1% fee for credit card processing).

    (IDR Currency Bank Transfer) :
    Bank Central Asia (BCA)
    PT JALAN TERUS INDONESIA
    Branch office : KCU Blok A Cipete
    Account No: 218-170-0850
    BANK CENTRAL ASIA, JAKARTA SWIFT Code BIC CENAIDJA
    Beneficiary's Name & Address : PT Lima Titik Satu; Jl Cililin No. 11, Petogogan, Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan
    (Please email the receipt of transfer to butiktripinfo@gmail.com|butiktrip.finance@gmail.com)

    (USD Currency Bank Transfer) :
    Telegraphic Transfer (T/T)
    PT LIMA TITIK SATU
    Maybank
    Office : Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No. 27A, Kb. Kelapa, Gambir, Jakarta Pusat,10120
    Account No : 213-810-7436
    Bank SWIFT Code - IBBKIDJA
    Bank Branch code - 138 (Juanda Branch)
    Beneficiary's Name & Address : PT Lima Titik Satu; Jl Cililin No. 11, Petogogan, Kebayoran Baru Jakarta Selatan
    (Please email the receipt of transfer to butiktripinfo@gmail.com|butiktrip.finance@gmail.com)

    CANCELLATION POLICY
    Cancellation on 12 days on arrival ​will be charged 50% from total purchase.
    We do not accept any cancellation for the less 14 days prior the arrival.

    NOTE
    If payment has not been received as above agreement, Butik Trip will undertake unilateral cancellation and there will be no refund deposit for this matter.
    Butik trip will not be liable to changes or circumstances caused by force majeure (by weather, local tradition, and political condition).