Exploring Bandung on Foot: From Ciumbuleuit to Gasibu

Exploring Bandung on Foot: From Ciumbuleuit to Gasibu

Bandung always holds a special charm, and on one occasion, I decided to embark on a leisurely walk from Ciumbuleuit down to Gasibu. With the pleasant climate in Bandung, I thought, why not take a stroll?

Donning shorts, socks, and sneakers, I started my walk from Ciumbuleuit, heading towards Siliwangi Street and continuing down to Dago before reaching Gasibu. The experience was delightful, and surprisingly, I didn't feel tired at all.

As I walked through Siliwangi Street, memories flooded back from a time when I used to reside here as an IT freelancer, earning a living through online endeavors. Pausing near the park across from ITB (Bandung Institute of Technology), I took a moment to reminisce before resuming my journey.

Passing Simpang Dago, a renowned crossroads in the city, I continued straight down Dipati Ukur Street. This area bustled with activity, given the presence of several colleges, making it a popular spot for students to hang out.

After a short walk, I arrived at Gasibu. Known among locals, Gasibu is a vibrant hub for various activities. People engaged in exercises, friends gathered, and couples enjoyed quality time. As the evening approached, the place transformed into a haven for street food vendors, offering a variety of delicious dishes at affordable prices. Gasibu truly comes alive with a mix of activities, making it a must-visit spot in Bandung.

And when the evening comes, this place is full of street food vendors, and you can find many nice dishes here at a reasonable price.

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