Pangkal Pinang (official writing style) (simplified Chinese: 邦加槟港; traditional Chinese: 邦加檳港; pinyin: Bāng jiā bīn gǎng, or Pîn-kóng (槟港) in Hakka), is the largest city on the Indonesian island of Bangka and the capital of the province of the Bangka Belitung Islands. On Bangka's east coast, the city is divided into seven districts and has 42 wards.
Things to do in Pangkal Pinang
4 based on 44 reviews
Visited Es Ayong at my first day in Pangkal Pinang. I instantly fell for both its food and dessert; I ordered Es Alpukat (Avocado Shaved-Ice), Pempek Kapal Selam, and Lenjer. All of them tasted really good. Moreover, they were also offered in an affordable price. No wonder it becomes the first dessert place in Pangkal Pinang.
On a side note, I visited Es Ayong once more before leaving Pangkal Pinang.
3.5 based on 103 reviews
The restaurant serves mainly seafood dishes, and the quality is good. The only problem many times was the long waiting time for your order to be served especially when the restaurant is quite busy. So in my case, if I saw there are many cars at the parking area, I will decide to move to other restaurants rather than having to wait too long.
4 based on 89 reviews
Went here to taste Bangka culinary after finishing a training session. The place is not very big, but clean enough. As many reviews stated, the fish broth is nice indeed. However it would be even better if they provide condiments to go with it, other than boiled egg. Price wise, the noodle is very economical.
4 based on 55 reviews
First time i went with my best friend. The place was like a house, not a restaurant.
The foods taste delicious.
The price is a little bit expensive, but they are generous with the fish. Most of otak-otak sellers don't use a lot of fish.
Recommended place to eat otak-otak.
4 based on 90 reviews
4 based on 7 reviews
I went to this café when having a long weekend vacation at Bangka Island. I was planning only to have some coffee and ordered cappuccino. Cappuccino I ordered was very nice and felt like really refreshing. I love the smell of the coffee as it was freshly grounded. Cappuccino was served with very beautiful latte art. My friend ordered crispy mushroom and turned out to be very tasty. Make sure you come to this café whenever you are at Bangka Island.
4 based on 29 reviews
Anggrek Resto is one if well known restaurant in Bangka Island, Indonesia. Started from 1982 with small family restaurant, Anggrek Resto now is greater than before. We provide you authentic taste and good quality.
I came twice to Anggrek.
The first time was with a group of friend. At that time the food was already ordered before we came. And when we arrived, the food was not warm.
The second time was with another friend and i tried the chow fan. The taste was good !
The ice aggrek itself was a pink ice, sweet , with some ingredients. Size was big as it served in a big and tall glass.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Terakhir kami dikota bangka berniat kuliner makanan, karna kami orang Palembang kami selalu membandingkan harga rasa ukuran dengan pempek khas Palembang karna mirip, bedanya cuka disana macem2.macem ada warna merah dan rasanya juga ada yg pake tauco dan ada yg pake jeruk or cuka makan, jadi seperti pempek palembsng tapi cukanya beda, lumayan enak, tp lbh enak yang di deket bca dg harga yang sama
4 based on 13 reviews
This place located at Pasir Padi, The decoration is unique, its a ship shaped restaurant and very spacious., The food is declicious, the seafood was fresh. the waiter is very attentive, Good place for office meetings and family gathering. Over all ... highly recommended.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
This is the place where you want to eat pork noodle in Bangka. Do not also forget to order the Cukut (Pork Knuckle) and Songsui (Pork Innards). The place is not big but always full of people, I guess it only opens until around 2pm. Overall we are satisfied with the food.
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