Sukabumi is a hidden haven located in West Java, Indonesia. This city is known for its magnificent natural attractions. Beaches, lakes, caves, and mountains… Sukabumi is perfect for all nature enthusiasts everywhere!
Visit Sukabumi’s black sand Cibangban Beach! The beach is safe for all ages so it would provide a nice family outing where you can enjoy the crystal clear waters and gorgeous panorama along the beach. For a more thrilling experience, check out Pangumbahan Beach! The great tides will surely tumble and excite any surfers who dare to enter its waters. On top of that, Pangumbahan Beach is also a green turtle conservatory!
Interested in cave exploration, but don’t have the experience? Sukabumi’s Bunaiyu Cave got it all covered! You can safely visit the cave guided by experts along the track. Other than the cave, Sukabumi also has Batu Bacan Lake which was once a mining area! The name “Batu Bacan” itself is derived from the mined Bacan stone under the lake itself. The minerals of the water create unique colors of the water from the sunlight’s refraction!
Get to know more about the traditional lives of Sukabumi! Visit the Cipta Gelar Village! This remote area will grant you the experience of living in bamboo houses surrounded by breathtaking nature. The village is perfect for visitors who want to experience traditional local Sundanese livelihoods.
Although the Husein Sastranegara airport is the closest to Sukabumi, it is limited to some trips only. Frequently, visitors would arrive in Sukabumi from Jakarta where they can land at the Soekarno-Hatta airport. Afterward, bus rides from the airport to Sukabumi are available for approx. Rp 100,000 per passenger.
There are plenty of Halal restaurants in Sukabumi for visitors to explore! However, don’t hesitate to ask the restaurant about the halal guarantee just to be sure. The best restaurants in Sukabumi serving Muslim-friendly foods are Mochi Kaswari Lampion, Restoran Sunda Rasa, and Bubur Ayam Bunut Siliwangi.
Masjid Agung Sukabumi is the most prominent mosque in town. The other mosques in town are Masjid Kubro, Masjid Al-Furqoon, Masjid Nurul Hikmah, and Masjid Jami’ Al-Muchlish.