The views are amazing. The steps are scary. My knees were swollen for a week afterwards. (I do have problems normally) I am glad I went down to the village. The trek back up was very slow. I was accompanied by some locals which included 2 girls from the nearby school. That was definitely an added bonus. They really enjoyed... 更多
Its located in Garut. Take you around 1 hour from main city. No electricity. They still keep their authenticity. Local people are very friendly. Its very nice to look around the village. The view is really great.
We love it. Our guide, Pak Hardi, can speak English very well. He was born and raised in the village. After he got married, he has to move out. There is no more space for new family. He still has uncle and parent who stay there. The village dated back 1400. Well maintained. No funny smell even they still practice... 更多
The Sundanese people do live on a traditional manner of live, without electricity. You need to take a guide to visit the village. The guide is very interesting, he tells about the live of the people and give answer to every question. It's like you go back into the time. Life is well organised in Kampung Naga. Count around 2... 更多
I can't help but felt that the village has been purposely set in such a way for tourist. I mean how is it possible that stalls are sprouting at the very nice entrance with proper signboard that says Kampung Naga, yet the residents in this village has no access to electricity? People in the neighboring shops were watching shows on... 更多
Kampung Naga is a tradional kind of village for keeping old culture alive. The visit becomes with a nice guide and don't forget to bring your camera. It's a long step down the stairs and at the end up again. Walk slow and enjoy the environment. Also bring a hat, sunprotect and mosquito-oil. You'll like the tour for the sight-and... 更多