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Bandung (popular as The City of Flowers) is the capital city of the West Java Province. As the capital city, of course, this beautiful city became the center of the activities of its other surrounding cities. The city is famous for its classic feel, creative people, and friendly Sundanese culture.
The migrants from neighboring cities, such as Cirebon, ideally reach Bandung by train. The relationship between the two cities in West Java Province is connected through Cirebon Station and Bandung Hall Station. This train ride takes approximately 4 hours. The travel cost of this relation is available from Rp80.000 - Rp375.000 per passenger.
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Among the locals, the station is more popular as Kejaksan Station because of its location on Jalan Siliwangi, Kebonbaru, Kejaksan - Cirebon 45122 (near Kejun-Square Square). As a master station, this large class station stands close to Cirebon City Hall and Cirebon City Council Office. Automatically, the access from and to the station is also facilitated by public transport. One of them is angkot coded D6.
The current station is a building which was from 1920. The station building was specially designed by a Dutch architect - Pieter Adriaan Jacobus Moojen, so it has got Art Deco and Art Nouveau nuances. Currently, Cirebon Station is directly managed by PT. KAI (Persero) Daop 3 Cirebon and equipped with modern airport-class facilities such as online ticketing system and self-check-in.
The train journey from Cirebon to Bandung stops at the station which is familiar with the name Hall Station. This station is included in Daop 2 Bandung and has become the main station of The City of Flowers. Currently, Bandung Station offers rail-based travel services with the support of modern airport-class facilities.
As a central station, Bandung station is located in the middle of the city. This station occupies the land on the border of Pasirkaliki and Kebonjeruk, precisely in the area Kebonjeruk - Andir. There are two station entrances, where North Door is located at Jalan Kebon Kawung number 43, and South Gate is at Jalan Stasiun Timur Number 1. The access to and from this station is easy with the city transport terminal right in front of the station.
Bandung provides tourist destinations with a variety of interesting options. This variety of choices is even increasing as tourists explore. There are at least three names of attractions that have become more popular recently.
This natural attraction is located on the highlands of Lembang. Lately, the posting of photos on social networking displays a lot of young people in this green forest. In particular, The Lodge Maribaya is so fascinating as it provides special rides such as mountain swings, zip bikes, and sky trees (wooden houses on a tree).
For shopping matters, Cibaduyut Market is a long-lasting taste destination that has recently been on the rise. Specifically, Cibaduyut Market becomes a center of shoes and leather bags whose products are of good quality and recognized by the national market. Here, you can choose your own shoes or leather bags that you like. You can even order the products directly to suit the design that you want. One key to being able to enjoy this place perfectly is to skillfully haggle the price!
This unique recreation place located on Jalan HJ Wasid number 31 - Dipati Ukur is such a hit among young people. The thing is, this new place, which began to open in October 2016 offers an upturned home art studio. The interior of the art studio is filled with rooms offering different themes, all of which are arranged in reverse. This unique appearance certainly tempts anyone to take pictures and fill their social networking media walls with photos on this scene. Upside Down World is open daily from 10 am - 8 pm.