Savoy Homann Bidakra Hotel

Address: Jl. Asia Afrika No. 112, Bandung, Java, 40261 , Indonesia | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Jl. Asia Afrika No. 112, Bandung, is near Saung Angklung Udjo, Gedung Sate, Museum of The Asian-African Conference, and Bank Indonesia Building.
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      Travel Blogs from Bandung

      Rotten eggs and a great view.

      A travel blog entry by mistrytravels on Oct 08, 2014

      5 comments, 10 photos

      ... plants, with each guest getting their own traditional hut to eat within. As the sun set and the lights around the restaurant paths switched on, it turned into a very romantic setting. The only let down was the food which was average at best, however the setting is worth the trip alone.

      Next stop is Yogyakatra, a place full of beautiful temples, which will involve an eight hour train journey from Bandung. Stay ...

      Day 246: Yogyakarta - Bandung

      A travel blog entry by danielandai on Feb 04, 2011

      10 photos

      ... about taking an overnight train to Bandung initially but they do not have a sleeper train in Indonesia. You can go for an executive seat which reclines well but not as good as flat and it costs 220,000Rp (about 15). Daniel cannot sleep very well if the bed does not go flat, so we decided to take a train during the day.


      We walked around the city centre of Yogyakarta as we had some time before the train departure. ...

      The Quiz Kings Buy Wedding Rings

      A travel blog entry by tomandcharlie on Mar 28, 2010

      37 photos

      ... Javanese scenery. Mile upon mile of rice paddy fields in which dozens of workers went about their back-breaking daily harvesting routine by hand, torn-down palm tree leaves their only means of shelter from the blistering sun. The disfigured and worn bodies testament to a life of hard labour but, even as they stood knee-deep in dark, muddy water, the huge smiles on these incredible people’s faces would make you believe they were doing the easiest job in ...

      Week 22 - 25 blog entry, sight-seeing, 3 nights

      A travel blog entry by mchavez on Mar 20, 2008

      10 photos

      ... a big procession in the village, where they paraded the so-called Ogoh-Ogoh's through town. These are demons from different ancient Hindu stories, made from foam-board by different groups or neighbourhoods. First they bring 'em all to the football pitch in the center and later at night they parade them in a circle around the city. Daylight was better, because you could see all the monsters well. During the night though you could see the lights behind their eyes or other parts of ...