As you’re searching for hotels in Bandung, you’ll find the most accommodation around the city centre. And when you need to travel to Bali for a conference, event or, you know, some sunning, you can book one of the hotels near Bali International Convention Centre too.
Loose leaf-lovers will find their happy place here with a visit to the nearby Malabar Tea Plantations, where you can see how your favourite cuppa makes it from soil to first sip. With a fresh caffeine buzz, you’ll be ready to hike around the Ciater and Sari Ater Hot Springs, in the small town of Lembang, before making your way back to the city centre for some museum and park-hopping. Don’t miss the Geology Museum near Taman Lansia, a park north of downtown, or the beautiful campus at the Museum of the Asian-African Conference. If international diplomacy exhibitions make you hungry, you’re not alone. Sudanese cuisine is prevalent in Bandung, and you’ve got to try the spicy vegetables served with jambal—salted fish—and top it off with cakue, the region’s sweet, deep-fried answer to the Western doughnut.
Intercontinental flights land at Soekarno–Hatta International Airport (CGK), about 175 km north of Bandung. That may seem like a trek before you reach your hotel in Bandung, but this is a great opportunity to see Jakarta. Book one of Wotif’s awesome car hire options to get around the city, as taxis can get expensive. We’ve got the best travel deals for you to mix and match, so book with Wotif and save on Bandung holidays today.
Hotels in Bandung start at AU$29 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.