Bandung railway station, also known as Hall station, is the biggest train station in Bandung and West Java province. Located at the border between Pasir Kaliki and Kebon Jeruk district, the station has two entrance gates. The first entrance, the South Gate, is located in Stasiun Timur Street No. 1, while the North Gate in Kebon Kawung Street No. 43. As the biggest railway station in the city, Hall station connects Bandung with other cities in Java Island. The station has six main trails for train arrival and departure from Jakarta, Surabaya, Solo, Malang, and Semarang. In addition to its main function as the railway, Hall station is also popular as the station for public transportations in Bandung. Therefore, this railway is quite easy to reach from any point of the city due to its strategic location.
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Celebrated as the epithet of “Paris van Java”, Bandung is one of the iconic cities in Indonesia. This city expresses modern style while still maintaining its cultural heritage and classic ambiance. As the biggest metropolitan area in West Java, Bandung aligns the modern-day public centers such as malls and office buildings, with multiple tourist destinations of Sundanese culture and nature. Another thing that perfectly defines Bandung is romanticism. A lot of people believe that Bandung is a city full of love. The cool weather and fresh atmosphere mixed with romantic hotel and restaurant in the natural beauty of the city will make any lovebirds feel comfortable in Bandung, and in results, consider this city as their new home. Bandung also contains a rich history of Indonesia in colonialism era. This city records a multitude of important historical events. Bandung Sea of Fire in 1946 and Asian-African Conference in 1955 are two prominent notes that become the part of Bandung history. Because of those past events, several historical sites, especially the sites of Dutch colonialism in Bandung, have become the tourist attractions in the present days.