Pasir Ipis Tourist Site in Lembang Sub-District, West Bandung Regency
It is, without a doubt, Lembang Indonesia has many interesting villages for tourists to visit. One of them is called Pasir Ipis Village and it has become a tourist site, too, these days. It resides near to a famous tourist area (Jayagiri), so all tourists won’t be hard to find the location even for first-timers. The question is what tourists can enjoy there. Well, it is likely visitors would enjoy sightseeing, relaxation, and exploration. It accommodates tourists to have a good time during both weekends and holidays.
In terms of nuance, Pasir Ipis is surrounded by thousands of pine trees and other shady types of trees. Not to mention many species of plants grow there. With these natural attractions, visitors can feel its serenity and soothing nuance once they get to the site. Here is the unique feature. The locals have built a site above the trees using woods and traditional materials. They even make “I Love You” sign made of woods up there. No wonder, that spot becomes tourists’ favorite place to witness scenery and spend a good time with their lover.
Exploring Pasiripis Tourist Site
At the first time, Pasir Ipis Tourist Site was the place where a local youth organization gathered and enjoyed fun activities together. The purpose was to motivate and increase their awareness of outdoor activities. Also, the locals often used the site as a camping ground. What is now? Today, the location gets more popularity and visitors as the time goes by. People visit it for numerous reasons, including photography, outbound activities, camping, and much more. When it comes to the most favorite activity is to climb the sky stage (where “I Love U” sign resides). The views look amazing up there!
With the size of 3.5 hectares, Pasir Ipis Tourist Site never disappoints visitors. Plus, it offers numerous facilities to accommodate tourists including gazebos, food stands, toilets, etc. Not to mention several fun rides are available for everyone to use, especially kids. Do not forget to buy some traditional snacks, though. At least, make sure to fill the belly before exploring and enjoying the environment offered by the site. As an alternative, they can bring foods from home and eat these together either with families or friends.
These days, people keep coming to Pasir Ipis Tourist Site to conduct camping. According to the management, the camping ground can accommodate up to 200 tents! Tourists can either carry their own tent or rent it from the administrator, actually. As for the fee, everyone should pay the ticket in order to use a specific spot for camping. Have no worries. It doesn’t cost much.
- Tangkuban Perahu Mountain
- Ciwangun Indah Camp
- Zone 235 Cikole
- Grafika Cikole
How to Get There
From Bandung City in Indonesia, the trip would take around 1 hour and 10 minutes to get to Pasir Ipis Tourist Site. As for the distance, it is 21.6 km. Travelers need to head to Lembang Sub-District first before reaching Pasir Ipis Village, though. Also, make sure to take only Dago Giri Street as it is the fastest route to get there.
Where to Stay
- Cikole Jayagiri Resort
- Lembang Asri Hotel
- Grand Paradise Hotel
- Sapu Lidi Resort
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