Bandung is the capital of Indonesia’s West Java province. It is a large city set amid mountains, volcanoes and tea plantations. The city is well-known for its colonial and art deco architecture. Due to the city being 768m elevated, the weather is relatively cool for its tropical area. Bandung is also an infamous shopping destination, with fashion outlets clustered along Jalan Setiabudi and Jalan Riau in the Dago district. People from all over the world visit Bandung for its shopping districts and markets. In addition, Bandung is also a university city and is most prominently known for Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB). This is where Indonesia's first President Soekarno graduated and produces the country's best engineers and scientists until today. Bandung is currently developing to become a Creative City, where the youth and are encouraged to express their creativity through art, music and innovative digital creations.
Bandung has a tropical monsoon climate. This means that the summers lasting from June to September are hot and humid like the rest of Indonesia. However, the city is thankfully located at a higher altitude, which means the temperature does not rise as high and averages at about 24 degrees Celsius. The best time to plan your stay is from June to September as you could enjoy the best weather and climate to explore the many wonders the city has. October to December, stretching up until March, is when the area experiences heavy rainfall. This sometimes becomes quite severe, leading to floods as well. Therefore, visitors planning to visit Bandung should avoid travelling during this part of the year.
Kalibo International Airport – The KaliboInternational Airport is an international airport that serves the area of Kalibo, the capital province of Aklan, Philippines. The airport is only a 5-minute drive from Kalibo Town and a 10-minute drive to the Bakhawan Mangrove Forest, one of Kalibo's most popular tourist attractions. Kalibo Airport is only a 75-minute shuttle or van ride to Boracay Island's main port of entry in Caticlan. The airport is equipped with duty-free stores, souvenir shops, as well as small cafes and canteens for dining. Besides that, massage services and a children's play area is available at the airport's ground level. There are ticket booths for buses, chartered vans, and private cars directly outside the arrival terminal of Kalibo Airport.
Husein Sastranegara International Airport – The airport serves the city of Bandung of West Java, Indonesia. It is located in the city and 2.4 kilometres from Bandung Central Train Station. The airport consists of two concourses which are the domestic and international terminals. The airport is located near the mountains. Thus the landing approach for flights at this airport has unique characteristics. There are two executive lounges available at the airport, Internet access, LED displays, a prayer room, coffee/tea shops, restaurants, bookstore, shopping arcades and ATM machines. In addition, the airport is located at the end of Pajajaran Street, where taxis are widely available. Some hotels in Bandung also provide free airport transfer services and car rental is available as well.
Bandung is situated in Indonesia’s West Java province. Thus, it has a tropical climate. Average temperatures in Bandung vary very little. The average temperature throughout the year only has little variation due to its location near the equator. Due to its humidity, temperatures feel hot for most of the year with a low chance of precipitation most of the year. The hottest months are September, October, and then May. The warmest time of year is generally mid to late September where highs are regularly around 88.2°F (31.2°C) with temperatures rarely dropping below 65.8°F (18.8°C) at night. The driest month is in August, while most rainfall happens in March.