Undeniably a remarkable holiday destination that is in West Java, Bandung is the third-largest municipality in Indonesia. You will be surprised to see a vast green plantation spreads before your eyes even though you are still in a city. Take a walk exploring Bandung, enjoying the view of its misty dead volcanoes, feeling the cold wind brushing your skin. While you are there, do not forget to check out Factory Outlet that sold designers’ merchandise at incredibly low prices!
The best time to swing by Bandung is in between June to September during the dry season. The weather is very favourable in that period because less rain and cold mountainous climate will not disturb any planned outside activities. Because of the clear sky and less rain, the traffic and road systems are much better because rains usually disrupt the whole traffic in Bandung. You might want to avoid coming to Bandung during the wet season which generally falls from October to March. Although the weather is colder, the constant rainfall makes the traffic becomes packed due to clogged roadways.
Francisco Bangoy International Airport – Sometimes referred to as Davao International Airport with IATA’s code – DVO, the airport is Mindanao’s busiest airport and the third most active airport in the entire the Philippines. Located about 30 minutes from Davao City, there are two means of transportation you can take to reach here – taxis or jeepneys. Well-equipped with many kinds of facilities, Francisco Bangoy International Airport has restaurants, lounge areas and stores that can ease the passengers’ journeys.
Husein Sastranegara International Airport – The Husein Sastranegara International Airport is located in Bandung, Indonesia. Nestled about 2.4 kilometres from Bandung Central station, the airport can be reached using private and public transports. The airways that operate here are Citilink, Indonesia AirAsia, Lion Air, Wings Air and XpressAir. This airport is now one of the airports that serve Bandung, where the other one is Kerjati International Airport. The facilities there are complete with restaurants, bookstores, coffee/tea shops, shopping arcades, ATM and executive lounges.
Bandung has a tropical rainforest climate which has two seasons – wet and dry. The dry season begins in June and ends in September. On this period, the precipitation is low, but the weather is still cold for outdoor activities. Due to its highlands, Bandung does not experience extremely hot weather like any other region in Indonesia, and the average temperature of Bandung ranges 21 to 22 degree Celsius. The favourable weather attracts more tourists, where it can result in soared prices. Do plan your trip early, purchase your airline tickets and make your hotel bookings early to avoid spending over than your budget.