Pagerwangi Village in Lembang, West Bandung Regency - Indonesia
One of the most recommended tourist villages located in Lembang Sub-District is Pager Wangi. A specific thing makes this village is worth to visit when you are in Indonesia, which is its amazing natural scenery. The fact is that it has become a good alternative to Moko, Punclut, and Bintang Hill when it comes to sightseeing and photography. That means tourists can see majestic top views of Bandung and Lembang clearly from there. The site also becomes a wonderful place to enjoy trekking, somehow. Moreover, some locals take advantage of the location for a pre-wedding photo venue!
As mention before, the best allure in Pagerwangi Village is its natural scenery. Plus, it features rejuvenating air and serene atmosphere for tourists to enjoy. What is more? Visitors shouldn’t miss another signature allure of the site, which is none other than “Tangga Seribu” or the thousand stairs. It is located on the nearby hill and it becomes quite crowded during weekends as tourists want to go up to the top of the hill by conquering those stairs. Despite the tiredness, everyone won’t regret doing so. On top of that, the views are the greatest up there.
Exploring Pagerwangi Village
People who live in Pagerwangi are aware of jaw-dropping natural scenery that surrounds the site. This explains why sightseeing becomes the most popular activity among visitors. Aside from exploring the village, they may go up to the nearby hill and witness better views from above. During sightseeing, they can take beautiful pictures using a camera. Many stunning objects reside there, after all. Even selfie become a new trend among those who visit Pagerwangi. On top of that, they can do such activities freely!
The next recommended activity when exploring Pagerwangi Village is to visit the famous “Tangga Seribu”. Even though it looks tiring to pass through these stairs, all tourists are likely to go up. It is because they want to enjoy such rare experience and expect the best scenery from above. It is true that they may see more stunning natural views up there. What they need is only a good stamina and comfortable footwear to conquer the stairs. Have no worries. The atmosphere is cool, so it reduces the tiredness during exploration.
What is more? Those who visit Pagerwangi Village should not miss the chance to eat roasted sticky rice, though. It is one of the signature snacks of West Bandung, after all. Some tourists might be lucky, as well, due to the kindness of villagers who would give such snack freely. It tastes both sweet and savory!
- Tafso Barn
- Begonia Park
- Kampung Gajah Wonderland
- Bosscha Observatory
How to Get There
For those coming from Bandung City of Indonesia, they would take a trip for about 45 minutes to get to Pagerwangi Village. This can be done through Pagermaneuh Street and the distance is around 13.4 km. Have no worries. The trip can be faster if travelers come during working days (when the traffic is low.
Where to Stay
- 68 Hotel
- Padasuka Hotel
- Grand Hani Hotel
- Jayakarta Hotel
- Puri Setiabudi Hotel
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