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Getting Ready



Indonesian Rupiah (USD1 ~ IDR15,000)


Time zone

Indonesia (GMT+7) is 7 hours ahead of Universal Time (GMT).


Dress code

  • Day 1 (21 August 2023): formal wear (preferably with suits) for opening ceremony

  • Day 2 (22 August 2023): smart casual wear throughout the date

  • Day 3 (23 August 2023): sport wear for tree planting activity

  • Day 4 & 5 (24 & 25 August 2023): casual wear for fieldwork



Standard voltage in Indonesia is 230 V with a standard frequency of 50 Hz. Delegates from countries with different range of voltage are advised to have a voltage converter.

Most power plugs and sockets in Indonesia are type C and F, which is a 2-pin socket. Delegates coming from a country that does not use this type of sockets should buy an adapter.



Bogor is known as a rain city. The temperature ranges between 21°C and 31°C in August. The weather condition is unpredictable. Sometimes it can rain whole day or have a sudden rain in the middle of hot weather. Thus, delegates are encouraged to bring umbrellas or raincoats.

The fieldwork is held at Mount. Gede Pangrango National Park where the average temperature is approximately 20°C. Thus, delegates joining the fieldwork are advised to bring jackets and mosquito repellent.



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