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Bringing kids along for a holiday? Travelling with the family doesn’t mean you can’t have fun while taking care of attention-seeking children.
As one of the top family destinations in Indonesia, Bandung has plenty of family-friendly attractions that cater to both adults and children of all ages.
At these places, we assure you and your kids will be thoroughly entertained.
Family-friendly restaurants with stunning views
Bandung has many, and we mean many, family-friendly restaurants around. Most particularly, family-friendly restaurants with great views are one that parents and kids both love! Whether it’s dining on a pirate ship, or getting cosy in beanbags to the fresh mountain views, there’s plenty of options.
1. Dine aboard a pirate ship – Pinisi Resto
Ever heard of Legok Kondang’s Pinisi Resto? A new discovery we’ve found, the Pinisi Resto is on a giant ship docked beside the lake and surrounded with gorgeous mountain views.
The kids will be ecstatic to climb aboard the ship and have one of the most unforgettable dining experiences ever. Serving up a BBQ feast, Pinisi Resto is a great place to bond with the family while feasting and play acting as pirates!
PS: Pinisi Resto is located in family glamping site Legok Kondang, do call ahead to make a reservation if you’d like to dine here!2. Have a fun and cosy beanbag family lunch to amazing views – Lereng Anteng
For parents looking for a kid-friendly place to dine at with stunning panoramic views of Bandung, fresh mountain air, and great coffee – head to Lereng Anteng.
Get seated in colourful beanbag chairs, and enjoy the refreshingly cool weather and misty mountain views. Up on the menu, choose from local favourites ranging from Indonesian to Sundanese fare. As for coffee, you might be happy to hear that Vietnamese Drip coffee is available here too!
Apart from the views, the fun and cosy beanbags and the food, remember to bring along a board game or two for a fun family treat!
3. Indulge in the whimsical rustic beauty of Tafso Barn
How would you like to enjoy a family day in a scenic cafe with whimsical vintage spots and great food?
In the Ciumbuleuit area, Tafso Barn is making headlines as a must-visit culinary spot. With a scenic view of Bandung, this gorgeous cafe houses a mini golf field, decorated human-sized white bird cages, vintage swings and cosy mini tents.
This huge area is also divided into separate cafe sections with different concepts. Choose from the shaded tables in the garden or rustic setting with old barrels as props.
With an extensive menu from Indonesian, Western to Japanese cuisine, make sure your phone is all charged up – you’ll be snapping away too much before you know it.
4. Smell colourful orchids and fresh nature – Orchid Forest Cikole
Did you know that you can find beautiful orchid blooms in Lembang?
At Orchid Forest Cikole, 157 species of orchids from all over the world bloom and flourish in the cool climate of Lembang, in a beautiful, clean and exclusive landscape.
As an orchid conservatory, Orchid Forest Lembang is built for various functions, from the floriculture of orchids to outbound adventures (yes there’s an outbound area) and eco-education.
Although this stunning forest is still undergoing several phases of development, you can now already enjoy many of its attractive facilities, such as a coffee corner, an artistic entrance, outbound area, picnic area, playground, reading space for kids and many more.
Instagrammers, you’ll love this orchid forest – it’s also dotted with many photogenic platforms you can selfie at while enjoying the panoramic view of the greenery. Just the perfect soul-soothing and refreshing remedy you need anytime!
5. Marvel at the beds of edible flowers at Rainbow Garden Lembang
Yep, you read that right! You can actually eat some of the flowers at Rainbow Garden Lembang.
Located in the famous Floating Market Lembang, this garden complex offers a vast collection of over a hundred types of flowers, 80 percent of which are edible! The owner wants families with toddlers to feel safe while roaming in this extra fragrant place, in case the flowers ever end up in their little mouths.
The perfectly manicured Rainbow Garden is also colour-coordinated to resemble a rainbow, thus the name. Besides flower-watching, there is also a flower nursery where you can purchase various types of organic flowers and cactus plants too.
This place is also an Instagram-worthy paradise with quirky decorations, such as vintage swings, old rustic piano, and hanging birdcages in pastel shades.
You can even dress up in kimonos and hanboks in the Floating Market, with hair accessories to match!
6. Play with the furry friends of Rumah Guguk
A pet shop where you can play with the dogs, groom your dogs and purchase accessories for your furry friends? Rumah Guguk is every dog lover’s dream come true!
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With a glass window at the grooming station, you can peek in as their trained staff expertly groom and style the little doggies.
Everyone’s favourite area is located at the back of the house, a lovely green garden with white picket fences and a doggie swimming pool. With no entrance fee required, a step into this place is like entering a dog paradise where they roam, play and swim happily.
There are two areas that require entrance fees – one for bigger dogs and another for smaller dogs. They are both equipped with ponds and cute decorations. You can even find sheep and lambs in the bigger dogs’ area!
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