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1.Curug Leuwi Hejo
The Leuwi Hejo waterfall in Bogor is indeed getting a lot of attention. Waterfalls with clear water pools allow visitors to play in the water while bathing around the location of the waterfall.
Leuwi in Sundanese means niche or pond, while hejo means green. With mountain rock cliffs, this waterfall looks very beautiful.
It is located in Wangan Village, Cileungsi, Karang Tengah, Babakan Madang, Sentul, Bogor. The detailed location can be checked on Google Maps. If you come here using a four- wheeled vehicle, you can go straight out at the Sentul Toll Gate then take the direction of the Jungleland area and the distance is about 4 hours drive from Jakarta.
2.JungleLand Adventure Theme Park
Located within Sentul Nirwana in Sentul City Bogor, The JungleLand Adventure Theme Park covers an area of 35 hectares, making it the largest theme park in Indonesia with over 36 amusement rides and attractions. The theme park consists of 5 (five) zones, namely Carnivalia, Tropicalia, Mysteria, Eksplora, and Downtown. JungleLand Adventure theme Park could accommodate 30,000 people. JungleLand have advantages that other theme parks do not have, which include most rides in Indonesia and the first rides and attractions in Indonesia such as: Air Race, Hydrolift, Boat Blaster and Disc’O.
Taman Safari Indonesia or simply Taman Safari are animal theme parks in Cisarua, Prigen, and Bali. Being part of the same organization, they are known as Taman Safari I, II and III. The most popular is Taman Safari I.
4.Taman Wisata Matahari
Taman Wisata Matahari or TWM Park is the largest and most complete family recreation area in the Puncak area , Bogor. Established in 2007, Taman Wisata Matahari carries the concept of Recreation and Education Park equipped with various rides, ranging from Water Tours, Game Rides, Adventure Rides and Educational Tours. Taman Matahari is not just an ordinary recreation area.
Matahari Tourism Park is an integrated recreation area that also functions as an environmentally friendly educational tourism object that is very useful for increasing children’s knowledge, insight and concern for the surrounding environment.
The Bogor Palace (Indonesian: Istana Bogor, Dutch: Het Paleis te Buitenzorg) is one of six Presidential Palaces of Indonesia, it is located in the city of Bogor, West Java. The palace is noted for its distinctive architectural and historical features, as well as the adjoining botanical gardens. Istana Bogor was opened to the public in 1968 to public tour groups (not individuals), with the permission of the acting President of Indonesia, Suharto. The gardens of the palace covers an area of 284,000 square metres.