About Bogor (Indonesia)
Home to limitless wonders, Indonesia has become one of the world's favorite holiday destinations! The country comprises 16,056 islands, with 38 provinces spreading over five main islands (Sumatra, Java, Kalimantan, Sulawesi and Papua) and four archipelagos. The climate of Indonesia is almost entirely tropical with two seasons (wet and dry seasons) and high humidity (between 70% and 90%). The average temperature ranges from 28°C for coastal plains, 26°C for inland and mountain areas, and 23°C higher mountain regions. Indonesia has numerous natural and cultural attractions that makes the visitors want to explore, lengthen their stay and revisit in the near future. More information about what to see and to what to do in Indonesia can be found at www.indonesia.travel/gb/en/home.
Located in West Java Province (Indonesia) with a distance of 60 km away from Jakarta, Bogor has become popular as a MICE destination. Along with the vibrant atmosphere and welcoming country vibe of a city 265 meters above sea level, Bogor also has various tourist attractions, such as Bogor Botanical Garden, Zoological Museum, Safari Park (TSI) and closest access to two national parks (Gn. Halimun Salak National Park and Gn. Gede Pangrango National Park). Bogor Botanical Garden is one of the plant conservation areas that became important evidence in the historical development of science in Indonesia.
In addition to ecotourism, Bogor has a huge potential for its culinary tourism development. Toge goreng (stir-fried bean sprouts with yellow noodles and tofu), ubi bakar Cilembu (charred sweet cassava from Cilembu area), Bogor laksa (rice noodles served in coconut-based soup), soto kuning (beef and offal served in coconut-based soup) and Bogor asinan (a mix of tropical fruits and vegetables) are some of the famous dishes in this city. For more information about Bogor and its tourism products, please visit www.indonesia.travel/gb/en/destinations/java/bogor.