Kampung Naga is a hamlet located in the area of Neglasari Village, Salawu District, Tasikmalaya Regency, West Java, Province, Indonesia.
Kampung Naga is a village which is inhabited by a community in a very strong tradition of holding the remainder ancestors. The differences are visible when compared with other communities outside Kampung Naga. The community are living in the framework of an atmosphere in a traditional simplicity and environmental wisdom.
We went there by a bus. We left at 6.30 AM. But first, we went to Candi Cangkuang before to Kampung Naga.
We arrived at Candi Cangkuang on 9.00 AM. But if we want to go to the actual Candi, we should go by a boat. It is traditional boat. Here's a picture of it:
It was so fun to go on that traditional boat. Our class has splitted in to two boat. Then we walked up the stairs to go the Candi. In there we took a lot of photos and got the story behind the Candi Cangkuang. There's a museum there, too.
After that, we went to eat. Then to Kampung Naga. It took about around 1 and a half hour.
When we arrived, we should go downstairs, there's about +- 400 stairs. And it was raining that time. When we arrived there we were welcomed by the tour guide from there. Then he explained about the Kampung Naga.
After that we went to eat and went to Bandung.
It was such a fun trip and I can't wait to have another one with my class!