Mt Pangerango, is now extinct. It may be reached in about two hours on foot from Tjibodas.
(2y2 m. from Sindanglaya) is noted for its very interesting Saturday markets where natives from all parts of the vicinity come together.
From Tjiandjoer to Bandoeng. Leaving Tjiandjoer one passes through a hilly country. Nearing the high bridge of the Tjisokan between Seladjambe and Tjirandjang a waterfall is seen on the right and from the bridge a beautiful view of the valley is had.
This part of the railway line has several bridges all painted white thus standing out conspicuously from a distance. Soon Padalarang is reached, which place is the junction of the lines from Weltevreden via Krawang and the one from Weltevreden via Buitenzorg; rice-fields are seen on all sides and the plain is bordered by high volcanic mountain ranges.
Passing the military settlement of Tjimahi, Bandoeng is reached a little later.
Arrival. At the station porters and hotel carriages await the arrival of the passengers. To the porters luggage may be given in charge.
Post office: Situated on the Aloon-Aloon (square) and about 5 minutes walk from the hotels.
General description of the City. Bandoeng is the prosperous capital of Preanger Regency. It is the fifth largest city of Java and situated in the great plain of Bandoeng some 2297 feet above sea-level. Its average temperature throughout the year is 22A C. and the climate an ideal one.
The city is sometimes called a aGarden Citya. Its streets are wide and level and contain many beautiful residences. It has very interesting native markets which are a feature of thue city and amongst the largest in Java.
The quinine factory is situated here but those wishing to visit ii must obtain special permission. The chief objects of interest in the city are the aloon-aloon (the great square iin front of the nativeas chief (Regent) dwellings, the Residentas house, the Mohammedan mosque, the school forThe quinine factory is situated here but those wishing to visit ii must obtain special permission. The chief objects of interest in the city are the aloon-aloon (the great square iin front of the nativea s chief (Regent) dwellings, the Residenta s house, the Mohammedan mosque, the school for