Malabar Tea House, Bandung
- Address: Banjarsari, Pangalengan, Bandung, West Java 40378, Indonesia
- Phone: +62-222534517
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Estate, Family And Kids
About Malabar Tea House, Bandung
Located a mere 2.5 hours from the centre of Bandung, Malabar Tea House is easily accessible and one of the most visited places in the city. The place is also close to many other attractions that you might come across on your way to the place like Patenggang Lake and white crater. The estate is really amazing with large moss of tea plantations. You might want to stop by and click some pictures while you are here. The place is popular for its tea plantations and manufacturing. You may ask the local to get more knowledge about the producing process of the tea. Apart from the natural beauty, the warm and friendly folks add more to it making it one of the well-frequented places in the city.
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- By car or taxi
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Things to Know Before Visiting Malabar Tea House
0.54% of people who visit Bandung include Malabar Tea House in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
75% of people start their Malabar Tea House visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Malabar Tea House
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Malabar Tea House
Malabar Tea House, Bandung Reviews
It is quite natural places, able to see local life, local wisdom around tea plantation. Very recommended place to escape in a while.
Forgotten hero. Nice places to see oorlog era
Malabar at PTPN 12 is a grat place for enjoying nature as well as studying the history of a dutch man that found this location. His name is Bosscha.
Malabar Tea House is also known as Agrowisata PTPN VIII or as Mess Malabar/Mess Bosscha by the locals. The estate was established in 1896, when KAR Bosscha administered the Malabar tea plantation. I stayed there with my husband for 3 nights and overall it was a great experience. Located in the middle of the vast, historic, and beautiful tea plantation, the Estate hosts the old house where Bosscha used to reside, and offers accommodations in a guesthouse and wooden houses with tea plantation at their backyard. The lawn and garden around the estate is so well kept and laced with colorful tropical flowers and folliages. Tea plantation is just a few steps away so we could always have nice walks. The staff are very hospitable and kind.
I think their staff need to be more professional. We paid the entrance fee and was told to wait for the private event to end soon in 30 minutes before we can come in, but when come in 1 hour later the staff that told us that they are close for the day.