Hotel Jayakarta Bandung
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
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Travel Blogs from Bandung
... the locals could hardly understand why I was so excited about the ricefields and rice terrasses. Well, not that I've never seen rice fields before, but for some reason I really love the different green colors and watching the farmers working on the fields. The pictures out of the train are not great but it may give you still an impression of this ...
... road topped out and gradually descended through beautiful tea plantations and then a huge rubber tree plantation. It was a nice, easy day's cycling and ended in a place called Turtle Beach. We stayed in villas on a resort right on the beach and the beach cafe had fantastic views across the ocean. Unfortunately it was the wrong time of year to see the turtles that nested at the nearby sanctuary from which the beach took its name. The hotel had a cockatoo that was let out of its cage ...
... I headed out to the Oaskal food market. Enter the hyper market and follow the road to the end. Here they serve a variety of dishes. Its claimed to be "street food" but it actually feels more like a glamorous food court. Here a 10% charge is added to every meal and it seems this is the case through most of the places in Bandung, There is street food, but its scattered all over the city, so just head out on foot and see what you can find.
We do not have breakfast included in this hotel, so some of us headed off to a local place for banana pancake and tea. Our day was arranged with a full very varied guided tour. First stop a local market and a chance I sample local snacks. Next stop a factory making Pawan cracker like snacks - from cassava then made into curly crackers. The workers live there and are fed for £14 ...
... Unbelievably quality food for no price except spending a joyous time caring for one another. ... After dinner, I was craving that Susu Jahe (milk/ginger tea - basically a chai latte with brown sufar) I had it once before a few days ago and was eager to go back one last time and take the girls. After much investigation, we found it was served at a placed called Laos. Laos is a posh cafe situated in the mountains of Dago. We ...