The 4th Planocosmo International Conference offers 2 optional field trip/tour options to enrich your conference experience for an additional USD 35 or Rp 350.000. Register for tour/ field trip before October 7, 2020. More information can be seen as follow:
Option 1: Bandung City Tour
The Bandung City Tour showcases a variety of Bandung’s main icons all in a one day trip. Ranging from cultural and heritage sites and creative community spaces to planning galleries/museums and modern smart city centers, this trip allows the tour passengers a glimpse of how Bandung is nicknamed a smart and creative city. Touring around the city on the iconic ‘Bandung Tour on the Bus’ or ‘Bus Bandros’, topped off with a cultural performance and exotic dinner at the infamous Saung Angklung Udjo, you are sure to indulge yourself in the Bandung way of life all in just one day!
Itinerary of Bandung City Tour
|08.30 – 09.00||All participants gather at SAPPD Building Parking Lot (Institut Teknologi Bandung Campus)|
|09.00 – 09.15||Going to Dago Pojok Creative Kampong|
|09.15 – 12.00||Dago Pojok Creative KampongRepresenting the oldest creative kampong in Kota Bandung. They bring cultural and local concept to their creative kampong.|
|12.00 – 12.30||Going to Gedung Sate Museum|
|12.30 – 14.00||Gedung Sate MuseumIntroducing the history of Gedung Sate from background story to building construction process|
|14.00 – 14.30||Going to Bandung Planning Gallery|
|14.30 – 16.00||Bandung Planning GalleryIntroducing Kota Bandung from development and planning aspect|
|16.00 – 16.30||Going to Gallery ke Saung Angklung Udjo|
|16.30 – 19.00||Saung Angklung UdjoSunda arts perform and also souvenir shop is available|
Option 2: Infrastructure Tour
In pursuit of providing better connectivity and urban livelihood, investment in infrastructure has grown rapidly in Indonesia. In transportation sector, a mega infrastructure project which currently under construction is the Fast Train Project, conducted as the cooperation between Indonesia and China. In the electricity and water sector, West Java Province has built several dams, some of them are Jati Luhur Dam, Jati Gede Dam, and Cirata Dam. During the conference, participants could join to explore one of the location of these monumental infrastructure in West Java Province. This tour will be conducted on October 22, after the international conference.