The Bandung Husein Sastranegara International Airport in Bandung has international services from and to several major cities in the world, via Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.
If you are in Jakarta, then you can take a train to get to Bandung. The fastest train from Gambir Central Station in Jakarta takes 3 hours to Bandung and offers stunning views of the West Java mountains and paddy fields.
Flight from New Delhi to Bandung: From Rs 33,000 (return, per person)
One-way ticket on local transport: Rs 25 (IDR 5,000)
Taxi starting tariff: Rs 40 (IDR 7,500)
Hotel stay in Bandung: Around Rs 700 to 30,000 a night (IDR 1,44,825 to 62,06,815)
A meal: Rs 75 to 725 (IDR 17,500 to 150,000)
There are several places to stay in Bandung, where you will get the bang for your buck. But first, you should figure out your priority in the city. Common areas where travellers choose to stay are Setiabudi for shopping (the biggest factory outlet, Rumah Mode, is close by), Kawah Putih or Ciwidey for a quick getaway to Kawah Putih and other natural attractions, Lembang to be close to parks and strawberry farms, Dago for incredible views of Bandung city, Riau for quick access to many factory outlets, Trans Studio if you are travelling with kids (the biggest indoor-theme park is here) and Cihampelas for access to a spirited nightlife. And then depending on your budget, you can go for a hotel or an affordable airbnb.
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