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The name Tangkuban Perahu or the 'overturned boat' derived from the Sundanese 'Sangkuriang' legend. Its craters are the remnant of a gigantic collapsed volcano; it still simmers and bubbles, sending up deadly sulphurous fumes. Its last serious eruption was in 1969, filling the area with black clouds, ash, and mudflows. Tangkuban Perahu crater is easily accessible by car that makes it as impressive sights. Ciater is a pretty little place in the middle of huge tea estate. Its main attraction is the Sari Ater Hot Spring Resort; the pools are probably the best of all the hot springs around Bandung. You can enjoy swimming in warm sulphurous water pools that can heal rheumatism and skin problems (note: pool ticket will be on your own expenses). Like the floating market that is in other places, the floating market in Bandung also has a lot of traders. Merchants selling various kinds of food here. The food sold here taste very good. You can find many kinds of food from the food you normally encounter in other to strange foods. Glad to be traveled to the floating markets bandung. City center of is located, only takes one to two hours drive from the city of Bandung. We went towards the north to the city of Bandung, Lembang. Previously, this floating market is a natural lake. Formerly a fishing spot. Now being used as a floating market tour