The view was very fantastic, there was souvenir shops, horses to ride, coffee to drink, etc. There was crater to visit, you can have your feet soak in those small pools with high temperature, the water contained sulfur that is good for skin.
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This park had been privatised and therefore charges quite high entrance fee. There's a lot of people selling souvenirs and they can be good tour guide/photo taker. Do try the stalls where they serve hot spiced ginger tea (bandrek) and char corn.
The entrance fee is expensive (IDR200,000) for just 1 crater, if u want to visit the other 2 craters you have to fork out extra $$. Touts everywhere, initially 1 was following us and 2 more followed. They kept offering to take photos for us...More
Just visited Tangkuban Parahu this morning. I think it's only worth the visit of you're local as the entry fee for locals is Rp20k, but for foreigners it's Rp200k! On weekends it's even higher at RP300k and very crowded, from what I hear. Today (Friday)...More
Tangkuban Perahu is a popular destination for Bandung visitors. Located some 30km north of Bandung city, this dormant volcano can be reached by car or tourist bus. Took less than 2 hours to the highlands of Tangkuban Perahu, it depends on traffic. Sights on the...More
I have been visiting this Tangkuban Perahu since I study in Jakarta, and I really enjoy all my visits. The road to the crater just getting better each year. The view is still the same, spectacular.
Read the review before we went.Although this is the 1st time the expectation is not worthwhile for the entrance fees paid..Manage to see the Kawah Ratu ..take some pictures and then the heavy downpour dampened our mood further...what a day to spoil our visits..
I visited on a Monday morning, and it wasn't packed with visitors. At Rp200k per person (foreigner rate; on weekends it's Rp300k), plus a further Rp25k entry fee for vehicles, it is a rather pricey trip. One is also at the mercy of the weather....More