Bandung, Coffee, Food, Indonesia, Travel

Bandung | 3/5 : Mimiti Coffee


Mimiti Coffee recently move to new place which is located nearby ITB (Institut Teknologi Bandung) at Jalan Sumur Bandung No.14. Previously it was located at Jalan Karangsari No.1 . Mimiti Coffee is one of the hippiest coffee shop in town where they have a very breezy outdoor seating area. They open early in the morning, 8AM, which means you can enjoy their coffee early if you arrived Bandung in the early morning.

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Nu Art is a sculpture park owned by Nyoman Nuarta, one of the most popular sculptor in Indonesia. Opened in 2000, Nu Art exhibits his works from earlier career until current works. His most popular sculpture is Garuda Wisnu Kencana (GWK) in Bali which still on going until now.


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Art, Bandung, Culture, Indonesia, Travel

Bandung | 3/5 : Nu Art by Nyoman Nuarta

Bandung, Coffee, Dessert, Food, Indonesia, Travel, Western

Bandung | 3/5 : TWO HANDS FVLL


My Morning Energy!

Finally I can sip a cup of coffee on the third day in Bandung. ❤ Finding this place was kinda hard. Because the signage was not so big to be seen. Some more this cafe also sharing the building with a property company where the company signage is bigger. There was a big bus parked at the parking lot (it added up our hesitation to enter the place). The coffee shop is located at the ground floor where the property company occupied the first floor.

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Bandung, Indonesia, Photography, Travel

Bandung | 2/5 : Farm House


Hello from Hobbiton! Nah! I’m kidding! We came to Farm House, Lembang which is famous with the Hobbiton replica. You can see the comparison between me and Mr.F height with the Hobbit door! I’m so petite!

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Bandung, Indonesia, Travel

Bandung | 2/5 : Floating Market


Floating Market..hmm..what’s come into your mind when you hear it? A market with hot air balloon? A market on the water? The answer is the second one. This place is a one stop place where you can eat, enjoy the scenery, playing with animals (sheep, chicken, duck, rabbit, etc), buy souvenirs, and so on.

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