Bandung is one of the largest economic and cultural centers of Indonesia. The city attracts thousands of tourists by its unforgettable mix of western and European traditions. The city was founded in 1810; however, it looks more like a huge garden than like an architectural center.
Many ancient buildings in Bandung are in good condition even these days, so they have been turned into museums. The city’s wide streets surrounded by perks and valley are great for pedestrian walks. While taking a walk on one of such valleys, you can see multiple cozy restaurants and trading centers, old museums and monuments.
Dago waterfall is an internationally famous sight of this city. Near the waterfall are created observation areas and a park. So called Jeans Street begins nearby the waterfall. Here are located largest textile mills and offices in Indonesia. The northern part of the city is considered the tourists zone and so largest and most famous hotels are concentrated there.
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