This is a floating market food court concept. You will need to pay a small entrance fee to get in, but in return you get a free drink. So not that bad a deal! There are several food options in there but most would be heading to the floating market to buy their food. The stalls are set up in boats and you will purchased the food directly from them. Please take note never to let your food unattended on the table because there are never-ending houseflies targeting your food.
“No, no! The adventures first, explanations take such a dreadful time.”Tangkuban Perahu literally translates to “upturned boat”, which also describes the unusual shape of this volcano. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions near Bandung, with 3 craters accessible by car or foot.The most popular one – Queen’s crater, is the only crater in Indonesia where one can drive up, right to the rim of the crater and observe the sulfur fumes. In my opinion, regular volcano trekkers might not be very enthused by this. I was not too impressed myself. After all, it looks like any other crater in Indonesia, that too with a not so turquoise sulfur lake.
Paskal Hypersquare Food Court
Paskal Hypersquare is a very big food court. There are a lot of stalls to pick and choose from and plus, the prices are cheap. If you are looking to try many Indonesian dishes at cheap prices, this is the place to go. I would recommend visiting this place for dinner as there evening breeze will be cool.