Gedung Sate

Gedung Sate, is a neo-classical building mixed with native elements that now serves as the governor's office of the WestJava province in Indonesia. Located in Bandung, the building was designed by a Dutch architect J. Gerber. It was built in 1920's with total cost 6 millions gulden. This is the first building that constructed by reinforced concrete technology in Indonesia. Because of the special decoration on the roof, with somewhat resemblance to with a stick of sate, the building was known as Gedung Sate.

Around Gedung Sate, there are may small shop that offer many kind of food. In front of this big building, there's a square called Gasibu. And not far from this building, we can visit the Museum of Geology.

Location:
Diponegoro Street, Bandung

Attractions:

architecture

Nearby destinations:
Gasibu (square)
Monumen Perjuangan Rakyat Jabar
Taman Cibeunying (park)
Museum Geologi (museum)
Martadinata Street (factory outlets)

  Gedung Sate, Bandung

Gedung Sate, Bandung

Gedung Sate, Bandung

Gedung Sate, Bandung