Places of interest
Bandar Lampung is the capital city of Lampung Province, located right next to the beautiful landscape of Lampung Bay. For the travelers, Bandar Lampung is a transit city connecting Java and all provinces of Sumatra. Bandar Lampung is accessible both by air and land. Bandar Lampung is accessible both by air and land. It takes 40 minutes from Jakarta to Lampung by air and 6 hours by land. Ferries standby in 24 hours, connecting Bakauheni and Merak with every 30 minutes departure. Travelling along the edge of hilly road as a part of trans Sumatera is in exiting moment offering the beautiful scenery of the countryside. Traveling along the edge of hilly road as a part of trans Sumatra is in exiting moment offering the beautiful scenery of the countryside.
The major road, the trans Sumatera, leads us all the way to the extreme north or west of Sumatra, a distance of about 2.200 Km. By this extensive network of road and highway, it is quite easy to get to places of interest that we want to visit. While shopping centers and supermarket are located in the heart city of Tanjungkarang and Telukbetung.
Those who love to challenge themselves and hike the highest point must be visit the Pesagi Mt. This mountain is the highest point at West Lampung district and it is located in Belalau district. This mountain area has also been … Continue reading
Tanjung Putus Island is one of the islands located in the District Pasawaran, Teluk Lampung, Lampung Province. The island is part of Kelagian Island and Pahawang Island. Pulau Tanjung Putus is a gorgeous island with beautiful panorama over the land. … Continue reading
Located about 20 KM from Bandar Lampung, Pantai Pasir Putih or White Sand Beach is one of the tourist attractions in Lampung and the nearest destination that only takes about 20 minutes from downtown. Pasir Putih Beach offers captivating views … Continue reading
Sebesi is an island in the Sunda Strait, between Java and Sumatra. It rises to a height of 844 metres (2,769 ft) and it lies about 12 kilometres (7.5 mi) north of the Krakatoa Islands; it is the closest large … Continue reading