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Cirebon is famous as a coastal city that stretches on the north side of Java Island. The city is located at Jalur Pantai Utara connecting Jakarta with Semarang and Surabaya. The main attraction of this Shrimp City is the acculturation that makes it very unique and colorful.
One of the main accesses from Bandung to Cirebon is by train. The distance between the two cities stretches for 216 kilometers so that the train journey takes 4 hours 15 minutes. There are also train tickets available for this route with the price ranges from Rp80.000 - Rp375.000 per passenger.
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The main station of this Flower City has another name, the Hall Station. This station has been in operation for over 130 years, making it one of the oldest stations in Indonesia still operating today. To accommodate the times and needs of passengers, the station provides modern airport-style facilities.
Speaking of location, Bandung station is in the city center. The address of the station is recorded in two, corresponding to the number of entrances. The North Gate of Bandung Station is located at Jalan Kebon Kawung number 43, while its South Gate is located at Jalan Stasiun Timur No. 1 street. The location is in Kebonjeruk - Andir. The city transport terminal is located in front of the station, making it easy to access from and to the Bandung area.
The station that operates on Jalan Siliwangi, Kebonbaru, Kejaksan - Cirebon 45122 is a major class railway station in Cirebon. As a base station, the station also has the alias name, "Station Kejaksan", which stands in the city center, opposite directly to Cirebon City Hall.
Cirebon Station is the largest station under the management of PT. KAI (Persero) Daop 3 Cirebon. The station has been open to public since 1912 and serves railroad crossings of the executive, business, and mixed classes, with the support of seven lanes and three platforms. The look of this station is so classic with a nuanced Art Deco. The classic look combines perfectly with modern tech services like at the airport.
As a tourist destination, Cirebon offers interesting attractions that primarily feature historical and cultural values. In addition, tourists also can enjoy the natural recreations.
This palace is the largest imperial palace in Cirebon. This typical Javanese palace is a historical place of proof of the birth and glory of the sultanate of Cirebon. This is the right place to recognize Cirebon culture. In the cultural heritage that stands on Jalan Kasepuhan number 43, Kampung Mandalangan, Kasepuhan - Lemah Wungkuk, stands a museum that displays a collection of heritage objects and royal paintings. The flagship collection you should see here is the Lion Barong Train that is usually bathed every 1st of Shawwal.
As the name implies, this is the largest batik center in the Shrimp Town. Sentra Batik Trusmi is located at Jalan Trusmi Kulon number 148, Plered, Cirebon. This shopping destination offers some super complete batik tourist attractions. Here, there are a variety of typical Batik Cirebon with variant motifs, materials, and shapes, in very cheap prices. Visitors can also see the process of batik, and even learn to participate in the batik-making process directly from local craftsmen.
Many people dub this natural tourist spot as The Lake Toba of Cirebon. The reason, Setu Patok is also a lake with a small island in the middle, just like the largest lake in Indonesia. Interestingly, the small island usually appears in the dry season. As a natural tourist attraction, Setu Patok provides complete facilities, such as tourist cottages, outbound area, camping area, culinary center, and swimming pool. This beautiful setting is located in Kecamatan Mundu Sub, about 20 minutes from the city center.