The stunning Bogor Botanical Gardens stretch across 87 hectares and offer a stunning view of not only nature but also the Bogor Presidential Place and Mt. Salak.
Getting around the garden
With the park being open daily, it is an amazing break from the day for digital nomads. If you are staying at Sentul hotel such as the HARRIS Hotel Sentul City Bogor then this is an ideal retreat to immerse yourself in nature.
How to get to the garden
If you are in Jakarta, your best bet is to simply rent a car and make your way towards Bogor. Keep in mind that long holidays and weekends tend to make things more crowded.
The variety at the garden
The Bogor Botanical Garden boasts a collection of over 400 specials of palm trees, 5000 trees from the tropical world and close to 3000 orchid varieties.
Founding of the gardens
This stunning attraction was established between 1811-1816 by Sir Thomas Stamford Raffles who was the Governor-General of the East Indies. However, the official opening was conducted by the Dutch in 1817.