Santika Tasikmalaya

Nestled beneath the smouldering Galunggung volcano, deep in West Java’s mountainous Preanger region, Tasikmalaya is an important regional centre, and a major transit point on the trans-Java highway.

Tasikmalaya, as the city is usually know, is famous for its handicrafts, especially batik-printed silk, paper umbrellas, and hand-woven handbags. Household items ranging from bamboo goods to traditional footwear and apparel are also produced here and exported throughout the country and beyond.

Managed by Santika Indonesia Hotels & Resorts, Hotel Santika Tasikmalaya, the city’s first three-star hotel, is the perfect choice to make a stopover, whether you’re simply passing through or planning to stay a while. Located in the city centre within walking distance of the business district and Masjid Agung, the city’s primary mosque, and with all the comforts and amenities of a higher class of hotel, Hotel Santika Tasikmalaya is an ideal location to seek inspiration from one of Indonesia’s most artistic cities.

Santika Tasikmalaya ***
Superior Room Junior Suite
Deluxe Room Family Suite
Premiere Room Premiere Suite
Jalan Yudanegara No. 57, Tasikmalaya – West Java Indonesia
For info, email: info@anugerah-indonesia.com
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 Or contact our friendly staff in any one of the following cities:
Jakarta +62 21 95983500  or +62 85282838240
Bekasi +62 81380846446
Medan +62 61 77457652  or +62 85658070373
Tanjungpinang +62 771 443316, +62 771 41158, +62 771 7006489  or +62 81364758011
Bintan +62 821 69015113  or +62 81991724082
For reservation, email: reservation@anugerah-indonesia.com

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