A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes

A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes

Thursday, 17 March 2016

Places to go in Bandung (Tebing Keraton, Goa, Kampung Daun & Rumah Mode)

Day 3 was dedicated to Tebing Keraton and some caves?! omg, such a bad traveller.

Tebing Keraton was about an hour and half journey away from town, it was a place worth visiting cause of the amazing views!

To get to the top of the mountain, you need a bike, there are a few bikers waiting with their motorbikes to ride you all the way up. The journey takes about 5 mins and it's a super bumpy ride but it was fun fun fun~


Each bike cost about RM15 if i'm not mistaken, pretty pricey ride i would say.




We caught tons of amazing pictures at Tebing Keraton can the sun was still out and the view was amazing, overlooking the entire city!





Theme: Strips! 







Hang there for about 30 mins or so and we took the bike down again.

Next destination is to a cave nearby. Cant exactly remember the name of the cave, so sorry but it's along the way down from Tebing Keraton. Saw two couples actually taking their wedding photograph there.

This cave was apparently during the Japanese war, the Japanese hid in the cave, there were chambers and etc in this cave. The chambers look like any ordinary space to me, no door or anything. LOL wtf cave where got door one but got proper ventilation la. HAHAHAH


Lunch was at Kampung Daun, read up on places to eat and this place turn up to be one of the places where you have to visit.

After 1st hand experience, I would say it's not special and it's expensive. Belacan is way better!



See my mum acting cool again! siao~ 


There weren't anymore place to go so off we go to Rumah Mode, the best place to shop apparently.

I bought quite a lot la this trip. Spent almost RM700 on shopping i think! LOL wtf right.



After that we went back to the hotel to rest up before heading over the the Cihampelas walk for food again and of course not forgetting Fat Straw milk tea! heheh bought the extra large one this round. so so so good!


Signing off,
Samantha Tew

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