The highlands of Subang in West Java give an idyllic setting for an unforgettable personal experience in Subang where the mountain atmosphere, along with the refreshing sounds of bubbling mountain streams soothes the soul. The Ciater Hot-Springs makes the most of natural rehabilitative resources, by pampering its guests in tranquil surroundings, delivering professional care through treatments and remedies that revitalize both the human body and mind.
Take a turn to the majestic Tangkuban Parahu. Tangkuban Perahu, or the “Overturned Boat,” is an active Volcano located 30 km north of the town of Bandung at the management of Lembang. It’s the only crater in Indonesia which you can drive up to its very rim. Mount Tangkuban Perahu includes a distinctive shape that seems like an “overturned boat.” Here you’ll be greeted with sulfur fumes that the crater continues to emit although the volcano isn’t active.
Tangkuban Perahu definitely has a significant role, especially in the development of the encompassing Parahyangan (land of God) Highlands. Its eruption contributed hugely to the formation and fertility of the hills north of Bandung when throughout its flow of lava carrying large boulders to the valleys, those shaped enormous cliffs over which waterfalls jumped into a form the lake which today covers the Bandung plain.
Situated at the highland only at the outskirt of Bandung, Tangkuban Perahu Crater is definitely a perfect place to enjoy the fresh air and relaxing sceneries following a series of purchasing activities. To get a rejuvenating sensation, visitors may continue their journey to the local Ciater’s Revitalizing Hot Springs.
Tangkuban Perahu is a 90 minutes Push from Bandung on weekdays. The easiest way to get there is by joining a tour or rent a vehicle. However, if you are up to choose an adventurous trip, you may select a Subang Colt via Lembang from Bandung’s minibus terminal in the front of the railway station to the park entry of Tangkuban Perahu.
There are minibusses which lead one to the top. Alternatively, you may walk from the gate on the first street. It is 4,5 km hike along the, or you can take the new side trail That goes through Kawah Domas. It is a Really steep one-hour walk through the jungle and better tackled from the top down. It begins just behind the Info Center and isn’t hard to follow.