As a bundle is made of 4 or more transactions, and a bundle is accepted as a whole or not at all, is a bundle treated as a single tip by subsequent transactions, or is it treated as 4 tips, that are each confirmed independently?
A bundle can also have only 1 transaction (zero value tx), 3 transactions (if there is no remainder, therefore no change address) or more transactions (if there is a remainder and/or there are multiple output addresses).
The transactions in a bundle are always linked via trunk transaction hash (so trunk transaction hash of the first transaction in a bundle points to the second one, and so on). Therefore, only the first transaction (the "tail transaction") appears as a tip (the others are not tips as they have already one transaction that approves them), and the tip selection process will never stop at a transaction that is not the tail transaction (since when there is at least one consistent transaction that approves the current transaction, MCMC walk will never stop; and whether a transaction is consistent is the same for the whole bundle).
So when you look at a tangle explorer, you will see all the transactions as individual ones; but from the "tip selection" point of view, they will not be selected in practice, so you could as well ignore it.