. Asia-Afrika 65 lat -6.920967 long 107.608323 directions near alun-alun or city square phone tollfree fax hours price content Architect: Van Gallen Last and C.P.W Schoemaker. Built in 1895 for a club house for rich people, named the Concordia Society. In 1955, this building was famous as the first Asian-African conference venue. Now it is a museum for that conference. * Commons:Category:Bandung Wikipedia:Bandung
indicated! For cars from outside Bandung be aware of local rule that every car should provided with trash bin or will be penaltized and has been done with penalty Rp 250,000 and lose the time to visit the court. See Architectural jewels There were many buildings built in a classic Dutch colonial style during the late 18th and early 19th century. The locals referred to this time as the '''Bandoeng tempo doeloe''' (old Bandung) era. The Art Deco (Art Deco architecture) style was very
to transport commercial produces such as coffee from plantations in the interior of the island to the harbour on the coast spurred the construction of railway networks in Java. Today the industry, business and trade, also services flourished in major cities of Java, such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Semarang, and Bandung; while some traditional Sultanate cities such as Yogyakarta, Surakarta, and Cirebon preserved its royal legacy and become the centre of art, culture and tourism
in the interior of the island to the harbour on the coast spurred the construction of railway networks in Java. Today the industry, business and trade, also services flourished in major cities of Java, such as Jakarta, Surabaya, Semarang, and Bandung; while some traditional Sultanate cities such as Yogyakarta, Surakarta, and Cirebon preserved its royal legacy and become the centre of art, culture and tourism in Java. Industrial estates also growing in towns on northern coast
image removed: right (Image:Bhtvkecil.gif) -- '''Bandung High Tech Valley''' ('''BHTV''') is an initiative to foster technology-based business and industries in Bandung region. It aims to be the Silicon Valley of Indonesia. http: bhtv.insan.co.id docs a-story-of-bhtv.pdf Other Segments Other Segments appears and mostly depending on the relay station operated in the city or town. only shows Maghrib prayer in some cities, including Jakarta and Bandung
decided to return to his home, long after the two had forgotten and failed to recognize each other. Sangkuriang fell in love with Dayang Sumbi and planned to marry her, only for Dayang Sumbi to recognize his birthmark just as he was about to go hunting. In order to prevent the marriage from taking place, Dayang Sumbi asked Sangkuriang to build a dam on the river Citarum and to build a large boat to cross the river, both before the sunrise. Sangkuriang meditated and summoned mythical ogre-like creatures -buta hejo or green giant(s)- to do his bidding. Dayang Sumbi saw that the tasks were almost completed and called on her workers to spread red silk cloths east of the city, to give the impression of impending sunrise. Sangkuriang was fooled, and upon believing that he had failed, kicked the dam and the unfinished boat, resulting in severe flooding and the creation of Tangkuban Perahu from the hull of the boat. The '''Bandung Institute of Technology''' or Institute of Technology, Bandung ( Commons:Category:Bandung Wikipedia:Bandung
other Indonesian cities (List of cities in Indonesia). The city lies on a river basin surrounded by volcanic (volcano) mountains. This topography provides a good natural defense system, which was the primary reason for the Dutch East Indies government's plan to move the colony capital from Batavia to Bandung. The Dutch colonials first established tea plantations around the mountains in the eighteenth century, and a road was constructed to connect the plantation area to the capital
reference to the city dates back to 1488, there were numerous archaeological finds of "Java Man" that lived on the banks of Cikapundung river and the shores of Bandung's Great Lake. In the 17th-18th century, the Dutch East Indies Company (VOC) created small plantations in Bandung, with a road to Batavia (today's Jakarta) completed in 1786. In 1809, Louis Bonaparte, the ruler of the Netherlands and its colonies, ordered the Dutch Indies Governor H.W. Daendels to improve Java's defenses against the threat of the English, who occupied the nearby Malay peninsula. Daendels responded by building the Great Post Road (''De Groote Postweg'') that stretched about 1000 km between the west and the east coasts of Java. Because north coast was in the form of impassable swamps and marshes at the time, the road was diverted through Bandung along what is now Jalan Asia-Afrika. Daendels liked Bandung's strategic location so much that he ordered the capital to be moved there. Military barracks were built and Bupati Wiranatakusumah II, the chief administrator of that area, built his ''dalem'' (palace), Masjid Agung (The Grand Mosque) and ''pendopo'' (meeting place) in the classical Javan ''alun-alun'' (city square) near a pair of holy city wells (Sumur Bandung) and facing the mystical mountain of Tangkuban Perahu. Powered by its cinchona (for malaria drug quinine), tea, and coffee plantations, Bandung prospered and developed into an exclusive European style resort with hotels, cafes, and shops. Many of Bandung landmarks, including the Preanger and Savoy Homann hotels, as well as the shopping street of Jalan Braga, are still available today. The Concordia Society building, now Gedung Merdeka, was built with a large ball room as a club for rich Europeans to spend their weekends. thumb 250px Pasopati bridge flyover, a new landmark of Bandung. (File:Bandung pasopati.jpg) In 1880, the first major railroad between Jakarta to Bandung opened, boosting small industries and bringing in Chinese workers. The first of Bandung universities, the ''Technische Hogeschool'' (TH) was established on July 3, 1920. One of the its alumni members is President Soekarno himself. That university is now known as the ''Institut Teknologi Bandung'' (ITB) In 1942, after Japanese soldiers landed in coastal areas of Java, the Dutch retreated from Jakarta to Bandung, but were driven out from there as well and surrendered soon after. After the end of the war, first the British and later the Dutch came back trying to reestablish the pre-war colonial situation, but on March 24, 1946, during the struggle for Indonesian independence, the city of Bandung was burned down by retreating forces of the TRI, because they would not comply with the order given by the British forces to move out of Bandung to the south (Bandung Sea of Fire ''Bandung Lautan Api''). For the TRI this act was a sign of refusal to surrender. Over 200,000 people fled the city during the incident. In 1955, the '''Asia Africa Conference''' (''Konferensi Asia Afrika'') was held in Bandung, paving the way for the creation of the Non-Aligned Movement in 1961. The Indonesian parliament was located in Bandung from 1955 to 1966, but was moved back to Jakarta in 1966. Orientation Today's Bandung is a sprawling city of 2.7 million people and suffers from many of the same problems as other Indonesian cities. Traffic is congested, old buildings have been torn down, and once idyllic residences have turned into business premises, fortunately the facades are still same. There are main roads that roughly split the city into three parts, the north, the central, and the south. The '''Pasupati overpass''' splits the north and the central. '''Dago or H Juanda''' and '''Merdeka''' are the main roads from north to south. The '''Jenderal Sudirman''', '''Asia Afrika''', '''Kosambi''' and '''Jenderal Ahmad Yani''' cuts the central and the south. If you enter using the toll road, you will start from the outskirts first and then make your way into the city center. Road in bahasa Indonesia is translated into Jalan and abbreviated into Jl.; this applies to all kind of road from small road to major road. You will see a lot of Jl. in front of the road name in this guide. Very small road that cannot by passed by car is called Gang and abbreviated into Gg. Tourist information office * Commons:Category:Bandung Wikipedia:Bandung
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'''Bandung''' ( south east of Jakarta, Bandung has cooler temperatures year-round than most other Indonesian cities (List of cities in Indonesia). The city lies on a river basin surrounded by volcanic (volcano) mountains. This topography provides a good natural defense system, which was the primary reason for the Dutch East Indies government's plan to move the colony capital from Batavia to Bandung.
The Dutch colonials first established tea plantations around the mountains in the eighteenth century, and a road was constructed to connect the plantation area to the capital ( ).
Since Indonesia achieved independence (Indonesian Declaration of Independence) in 1945, the city has experienced rapid development and urbanisation, transforming Bandung from idyllic town into a dense 16,500 people km 2 metropolitan area, a living space for over 2.5 million people. Natural resources have been exploited excessively, particularly by conversion of protected upland area into highland villas and real estate. Although the city has encountered many problems (ranging from waste disposal, floods to complicated traffic system, etc.), Bandung still attracts immigrants and weekend travelers.