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I took the tram ride and was introduced with the many old and majestic plantations. They were captivating and truly a sight to see. Then, i was brought to dine at the restaurant. The food was excellent and there was live entertainment when night started...More
This is a huge garden surrounding the Presidential Palace and bordered by buildings housing various Museums and Institutions linked to Agriculture and Biology.
It is laid out in quite a random manner around various lakes and hills following the contours of the site in the...More
This garden sounds like a notable excursion site for students, but actually it is more than that! It can be a peaceful place to hang out with the loved ones or a vast bike riding track in a day-bike rental is available and cost 15k...More
I'm so very thankfull that i live in Bogor because i can visit to this place whenever as i want. This is so cool and amazing. I love this place. Like you guys can feel a 'free' after you 'stressed out' because your routine. This...More
This is the first place I want to go if I'm in Bogor. And I made it! Last year, my cousins and I visited this botanical garden for the first time! We enjoyed in there, beautiful view!
(actually I visited there on July 2017 but...More
This pleasant large scale Botanic Gardens is spread over parkland situated next to the Presidential Palace in Bogor. The various planted areas and Display Houses are well-separated and transport is needed to visit as many as time and energy permit. It's a matter of personal...More
This is Huge Garden and I love it, I was there for holiday, many people go there too. My first time to see big tree is in this garden and in the middle of the garden is the palace of the president. I really enjoy...More
When we just finished following camping at Sentul, we were travelling to this place. I wanted to see Rafflesia Arnoldi. When I followed the direction on the map on Android, I found Iron Wood from Kalimantan. I was amazed. I thought that Iron Wood (or...More
If you are going to be in Bali for a while I think you can easily skip Bogor's botanical gardens. If you live in Jakarta, it's a nice escape but Bali has tons of natural beauty and places to walk so I don't know that it's... More
If you are going to be in Bali for a while I think you can easily skip Bogor's botanical gardens. If you live in Jakarta, it's a nice escape but Bali has tons of natural beauty and places to walk so I don't know that it's worth the hassle of getting to and from Bogor due to traffic, etc. Plus you are right about the weather - very likely to be rainy but you never know in this El Nino year. It could be a gorgeous sunny day.