Lembang

Lembang is a town in the province of West Java in Java, Indonesia. The town has about 17.000 inhabitants (census 2010). The population of the Lembang district is 183,300 (2005).

Lembang is situated between 1,312 and 2,084 above sea level. Its highest point is on top of Tangkuban Perahu Mt. The temperature usually ranges between 17 and 24 degrees Celsius.

Lembang means "dent" in Indonesian.

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Jacob Van Helsdingen - World War II - Lembang
... air support to Royal Dutch East Indies Army forces fighting in Lembang with three other Buffalo aircraft on 7 March 1942 ... The other two remained above Lembang, but were now dogfighting six Zeroes ... The Dutch forces in Lembang surrendered the next day ...
August Deibel - World War II - Dutch East Indies
... On 7 March, Japanese troops had reached the plateau of Lembang ... pilots took off from Andir airfield and proceeded to Lembang to provide air support for ground troops fighting in the city ... Helsdingen and Bruggink remained above Lembang, but were now dogfighting six Zeroes ...
West Bandung Regency - Tourism
... Local tourist locations are Lembang, northern east-most sub district of this regency, its well known for fresh air ... Maribaya, east of Lembang, an area with fresh air and a waterfall ... Situ Lembang, a remote small man made lake, located between 2 mountains, mount Tangkubanparahu and mount Burangrang, it has a tremendous natural scenery and unpolluted remote fresh air ...
Lembang Fault
... The Lembang Fault is still active with movement 2 milimeters a year, crosses Lembang city and runs 22 kilometers north of the Bandung basin, ranging from Mount Palasari to ...