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FROM BUITENZORG TO SINDANGLAYA.a Five hours in a two
wheeled vehicle does not sound entrancing, but the views on the road are so fascinating, and the air is so cool and healthful that the visitor will never regret this trip. The road from Buitenzorg to Sindanglaya has many steep grades and curves. The highest point of the road is the Poentjah Pass. Here the eve is drawn towards the stately mass of the volcanoes, Pangerango and Gedeh, and then rests upon the vallev covered with sawahs (rice-fields), set off by the deeper shades of the woods. In the far distance the roof of the Hotel Sindanglaya may be perceived. The visitor should not omit to see the Lake Telaga Warna, at a quarter of an hour distance from the Poentjak Pass. The tourist who visits Sindanglaya by starting from Tjiandjoer will reach the hotel in two and a quarter hours along a most picturesque road, past
1 iipanas (the country seat of the Governor-General) and the little Lake Tjisaroewa.
INDANGLAYA is situated 3479 feet above sea level. It is a favorite hill resort. The Hotel Sindanglaya is nicely situated on a little hill and affords a most charming view of the landscape, w ith the volcanoes, Pangerango and Gedeh, in the background. Some beautiful excursions can be made from Sindanglaya. The trip to the Falls of Tjibeureum, Tjihoendool and Tjibodas, via the country seat of the Governor-General at Tjipanas, and