Djuanda Forest Park is a natural tourist attraction near the center of Bandung. With the concept of conservation areas are located approximately 7 km north of Bandung. Djuanda Forest Park has an area of 600 hectares covered by trees with a variety of types and sizes, this makes atmosphere in the area was very cool.

Famous object from Djuanda Forest Park is the two caves, the Netherlands Cave and Japanese Cave. Japanese Cave is about 600 meters from the entrance, the cave was made in 1942 by the Indonesian people in forced labor system (Romusha). At the time of the cave which has four doors and are connected to each other in, its functioned as a place of protection and defense of Japan. Inside there were four rooms formerly used as a rest area commander of the Japanese army. You can explore this cave with a safe, quiet and dark atmosphere will you feel so inside this cave. If you do not bring the flashlight, you can rent a flashlight on the people who leased it in front of the mouth of the cave.

Unlike the Japanese Cave, the Netherlands Cave more larger size because it was once a communication station and arsenal. The cave was built in 1941 was originally used as a hydropower tunnel curved. Having a lot of room inside with two entrances are connected to each other through the hills. You can enter the cave safely, the atmosphere inside is the cold and dark. Rental flashlight in front of the mouth of the cave.

In addition to Japanese Caves and Netherlands Cave, Djuanda Forest Park has waterfall (Curug Lalay and Curug Ciomas). Can be done on foot or using a motorcycle taxi service in front of the Netherlands Cave. Djuanda Forest Park also has a museum that contains relics of awards and medals owned by Ir. H. Djuanda (the first Prime Minister of the Republic of Indonesia, which immortalized his name to the name of the region) and the profile of flora and fauna in the area Djuanda Forest Park. In front of this museum you can see a statue of him.

Djuanda Forest Park can be taken from the center of Bandung to the north to Dago. From Terminal Dago proceed approximately 3 km to the entrance. There are two entrances that were located close together. The entrance at Ciburial PLN has parking space designated bus type vehicles and the main entrance after 300 yards.


Individual: 8.000 Rupiah
Bicycle: 2.500 Rupiah
Motor Cycle: 5.000 Rupiah
Car: 10.000 Rupiah
Bus: 20.000 Rupiah

Source : Balarea

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