From firmly-established, must-see spots to hidden gems slightly off the beaten path, West Java is wonderfully endowed with natural and cultural attractions. Padang and Rokot are just two of the many other places worth seeing while you're in West Java.
This area is popular for its range of traditional villages; these are fascinating windows into the area's colorful history. For a low-cost outdoors activity that the whole family will enjoy, be sure to stop by the region's open-air markets and gardens.
Why don't you take the opportunity to relax and enjoy during fun activities such as wildlife watching and sunbathing. Both activities are popular with both visitors and locals alike.
Be sure to treat your tastebuds for a tour of West Java's restaurants and cafés. Order some popular menu items such as mie kocok (beef and egg noodle soup) and soto bandung (beef and vegetable soup with lemon grass).
The 17th of August is Independence Day, so if you're visiting at this time, remember that some places may have irregular opening hours as the country celebrates.
So dust off your passport, load up your suitcase and enjoy this beautiful spot.