Bandung Institute of Technology
This is an excellent massage and treatment salon. Rates are reasonable with a one-hour body massage costing 130,000Rp. A 90-minute...
One of Bandung's most beautifully restored period buildings.
Mansion is a very popular dance club that draws a glam crowd,
A modern eatery set around a reflection pool with terrific design and tasty bites. They've used reclaimed wood to build their tables and...
Jl Ganeca · interesting places nearby
Bandung Institute of Technology information
Opened in 1920, the ITB was the first university open to Indonesians – Sukarno studied here, and it has a reputation for political activism. In1998, in the lead-up to Suharto’s downfall, up to 100,000 students rallied daily. Set in spacious grounds, the complex contains some bizarre hybrid Indo-European architecture. Visit the art gallery as its fine arts school is internationally famous. To reach the ITB, take a Lembang or Dago angkot from the train station and then walk down Jl Ganeca.