1. Bogor Botanical Gardens
Located in the centre of Bogor and it`s a massive and very beautiful place. Great place to walk around and an even better place to take photo`s as the setting is really beautiful. Bogor Botanical Gardens wide reach 87 hektaree and has 15,000 species of trees and plants collection
One major attraction is the Bogor Botanical Gardens carrion flower (Amorphophalus titanum) for times when approaching the bloom will emit a pungent stench. This flower can reach a height of 2m and a compound flower plant world. Bogor Botanical Gardens also have Palm trees in Southeast Asia’s oldest surviving until now.
2. Presidential Palace
The Bogor Palace (Indonesian:Istana Bogor, Dutch:Het Paleis te Buitenzorg) is one of 6 Presidential Palaces of Indonesia, it is located in the city of Bogor, West Java.
The original colonial building on the site of Istana Bogor was a mansion named Buitenzorg (also Sans Souci, meaning: Without a care in Dutch), which dates back to 1745 as a country retreat for the Dutch Governors to escape the heat and diseases of Batavia. The location for the new palace was discovered by Baron van Imhoff on 10th of August 1744, in a village named “Kampong Baroe”. On the site he ordered a mansion to be built, however the construction wasn’t completed by the end of his career in 1750 and thus it was continued by his preceder Jacob Mossel.
3. Tea Plantation Gunung Mas