Cultural Tourism In Bandung

Saung Angklung Udjo

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Who’s not familiar with Saung Angklung Udjo’s tourist spots? You who often walk to Bandung must be familiar to hear the cultural attractions of this one. Well, make a friend of the ticket that has not yet tau, Saung Angklung Udjo is a center of preservation and performances of several traditional cultures of West Java, one of which is Angklung.
If the ticket buddy wants to enjoy the art show, you can watch it from 15.30 WIB to 17.00 WIB.
The event opened with a puppet show that lasted about 10-15 minutes. The next event is playing Angklung along with the direction of the instructor.

Karawitan at Taman Budaya Dago

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Taman Cultural Park has often held cultural events in both traditional and contemporary art each year.
Built on an area of 4 hectares, there you can enjoy a number of facilities. Among them is the open-air stage arena which is often used as the venue for Pantun Bubun, Tembang Sunda, Wayang Golek, and Karawitan.
There is also a garden theater which also becomes the venue. If you want to see fine art exhibitions, Taman Budaya of the park also features a gallery space. After getting around, there is no harm in filling the stomach by enjoying the dish from the Café Boga Kuring which is on site.

Kampung Adat Cirendeu

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In its daily life, the people of the indigenous village Cirendeu still uphold Hu Sunda Wiwitan.
If generally Indonesian people consume rice as a staple food, but not so with the people of the indigenous village Cirendeu. It is not a rice, but a cassava that becomes a staple food of people in the traditional village Cirendeu.
Reportedly, if there is a village indigenous Cirendeu people who eat rice, the person will be subject to social sanctions.
Not only good to cultivate cassava into the constellation (cassava), local people are also good at making use of other cassava plants. Almost do not want to leave anything, the people of the indigenous village Cirendeu even utilize inner cassava skin to make jerky.

Kampung Adat Mahmud

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People even call it the ‘ Holy Land ‘ of Bandung. The term was apparently not separated from the name of Eyang Abdul Manaf which is the founder of Kampung Adat Mahmud.
In this village, Eyang Abdul Manaf began spreading Islamic teachings accompanied by two of his disciples, Eyang Agung Zainal Arif and Eyang Abdullah Gedug.
This term began to emerge because the local community has a praiseworthy behaviour such as trust, diligent worship, and honest.

Kampung Adat Cikondang

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In the streets of Bandung, you’ll visit Cikondang Traditional village. Reportedly, in the construction of traditional house Cikondang, local people do not use nails but the rope as a binder.
At the event, the local community will gather to utter gratitude and pray together for the coming of the new Year.
Visiting Cikondang Traditional village, it is not complete if you have not tasted the culinary.
Similar to what the Bedouin tribe has done, the community Kampung Adat Cikondang never use electronic equipment such as TV, refrigerator, and radio in its daily life.
One more unique village of Cikondang is that the existence of forbidden Forest is very sacred and filled with myths. Moreover, not all visitors can enter it, you know.