Dusun Bambu Resort in Bandung

Situated at the foot of Mount Buranguang, Dusun Bambu is a resort that promises to be a tranquil nature retreat as it is surrounded by a flourishing ecosystem of mountains and forests.

Its hilly topography and huge flower fields also make it a popular spot for hiking and biking. Here’s what you can see here.

Stay at Sundanese village-style villas, or go glamping

Dusan Bambu offers 2 types of lodgings – bungalows and camping decks

dusun bambu - bungalowThe bungalows come with patio areas and spacious rooms, adding to the relaxing vibe of Dusun Bambu.
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If a spacious bungalow sounds like your cup of tea, book a Family Residence that comes with 2 single beds and 1 queen bed starting at Rp. 6,049,999 (~USD418.82) a night. Couples can book the Village House that comes with 1 queen bed from around Rp. 3,760,575 (~USD260.33) a night. Both come with balconies where you can get either a view of the gardens or nature.

You’ll get your own BBQ pit and outdoor dining area if you opt for the glamping option
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For those who want to try out glamping, prices for the Deck Suite start from Rp. 2,601,085 (~USD180.07) a night. This cosy accommodation comes with a tent which has 2 mattresses. There are also wood fire and BBQ facilities – perfect for those looking for a full outdoor experience.

Go canoeing at a peaceful lake

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One of Dusun Bambu’s key features is their very own small lake called Purbasari that comes with gorgeous views of greenery that you can enjoy when you rent one of their canoes at a fee of Rp. 10,000 (~USD0.69) per pax.

1-2 people can go on the canoe at one time, so you can choose to paddle alone or together with your loved ones. You can also use the canoe to get to their family restaurants serving Sundanese cuisine in long wooden houses surrounding the lake.

Admire scenic nature views from Burangrang Dapur Indonesia restaurant

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The Burangrang Dapur Indonesia restaurant at Dusun Bambu has open concept seating that treats you to views of nature while you’re enjoying your food. Staying true to the Sundanese concept, you’ll see lots of wooden, rattan surfaces and furniture surrounded by greenery.

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Feast on traditional Indonesian cuisine such as Nasi Bakar Komplit and Sop Buntut Kuah at Burangrang. The menu also includes beverages such as Curug Layung and Vanilla Rhum Raisin. For food, the price ranges from Rp. 65,000 (~USD4.50) to Rp. 120,000 (~USD8.31) and beverages cost around Rp. 38,000 (~USD2.63) each.

Dusun Bambu, a resort set in nature in Bandung

As global travel hasn’t fully opened up since we’re still battling the COVID-19 pandemic, Dusun Bambu is a great staycation spot to appreciate the beautiful nature sceneries at Mount Buranguang.

Address: Jl. Kolonel Masturi No.KM, Kertawangi, Kec. Cisarua, Kabupaten Bandung Barat, 40551 Jawa Barat
Opening hours: 8AM-9PM, Daily

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Cover image adapted from: @rikamaulida21 and Dusun Bambu

This article was produced in collaboration with National Youth Council Singapore‘s Asia-Ready Exposure Programme.

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