If you want to go on a safari but can't or don't have time to go to Africa, you can still do it right here in Jakarta. Located in the Puncak Highlands near Bogor about 75 km south east of Jakarta, Taman Safari Indonesia is home to numerous species of Safari animals. This is a drive-through Safari so you can ride your own car while getting up close and personal with lions, bears, giraffes, tigers, and the lot. Night safari is also available.
The park also offers recreational grounds complete with lodgings, tennis cours, swimming pools, amusement park, and playground. Great place for family!
Located in the Puncak Highlands, a popular weekend destination for Jakartans, just south of Bogor, about an hour's drive from Jakarta. The tea plantation, a sight for sore eyes, is carpeted with thick green tea leaves and offer magnificent views of the surrounding hills. Fresh air also comes in large supply.
The tea plantation offers a wide range of accomodation facilites from tranquil family bungalows to a hotel complete with meeting room faciilities. One of the most exciting activities is the guided tour of the plantation to see firsthand the way tea leaves are harvested.
Botanical Garden and Istana Bogor.
Opening at the 17’s century, this garden will make our lungs fresh. Many tropic plantations from Indonesian forests you can find here. From pinewood, cedar, eucalyptus ‘till Pinus merkusii, plus the famous species ‘Bunga Bangkai’ (Rafflesia arnoldi).Meanwhile, Istana Bogor (Summer Palace) is situated inside the garden. This building has acitivity in the era of former President Soekarno, as a vacation palace. We can see an artificial lake around the palace, also thousand deers running freedomly.
In colonial times, Bogor was an important Dutch hill station and the favorite retreat for Dutch governors-general. Almost 200 years ago, Raffles judged it ''a romantic little village'', though these days it''s really just an outer suburb of Jakarta. Bogor''s main attraction is its world-class botanical gardens (Kebun Raya) - a vast expanse of greenery in the middle of the city. Covering about 80 hectares (200 acres) - and originally used for cash-crops such as tobacco and tea - the gardens now contain over 15,000 species of trees and plants, including 400 palm species and, apparently, 3000 orchid varieties (though these are not open to the public). The grounds also play host to the huge Presidential Palace, which now houses Soekarno''s art collection (admission only by prior arrangement), and the motley exhibits of the Zoological Museum. Along with organised tour groups, the gardens are well serviced by train or bus from central Jakarta.
The ultimate circuit track of Indonesia. Many various events of motorsport you can find here. From road racing, touring, rallying 'till drag bike and drag racing.