Galveston Capital Tourism and Marketing on Bogor

You’re going to Love Bogor

A vital hill station in Dutch colonial times, Bogor boasts gorgeous gardens, a mild climate, and some magical attractions. At 40 miles from Jakarta, it’s also a great base from which to explore Indonesia’s capital.

When to Visit Bogor

Bogor is also known as the “City of Rain”, due to its rainy season. To avoid the rains, travel between late May and September.

How to Get to Bogor

Plane

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport (CGK) is not far away. A bus from there will cost about Rp55, 000 and taxis will charge around Rp350, 000.

Train

There are trains every 30 minutes from Jakarta, which cost just Rp2,000.

Car

From Jakarta, take Highway 2. If you are coming from Bandung, take Highway 3, then Highway 11 towards Bogor.

Bus

DAMRI runs buses from Jakarta and Bandung to Bogor. Expect the journey from the capital to take between one and two hours.

Where to Stay in Bogor

Accommodation highlights include the Aston Bogor (which has its own paintball zone), and the slightly more secluded Hotel Novotel Bogor Golf Resort.

Popular Neighborhoods in Bogor

Jl Dewi Sartika – just west of the botanical gardens, this street is the best place to head for fine food and casual shopping.

Mulyaharja – an upscale area in southern Bogor, Mulyaharja is home to the Aston Hotel, as well as the huge Jungle Water Adventure water park.

Sukaraja – another wealthy area, this time in the eastern part of Bogor, Sukaraja hosts the city’s finest golf course and has attractions of its own, like Gumati Waterpark.

How to Get Around Bogor

Public Transportation

Angkot minibuses cover pretty much all of Bogor, and single tickets cost just Rp3,500.

Taxi

Taxis in Bogor will charge around Rp7, 250 for the meter drop, followed by Rp7, 500 for every mile.

Car

Car rental services in Bogor include Merdeka Rent Car and Laduta, and you should find deals for as little as Rp40, 000 per day.

The Cost of Living in Bogor

Shopping Streets

The most fun places to shop in Bogor are the traditional market stalls in Sempur (north of the gardens), but there are also malls like Botani Square that offer international brands and good places to eat.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in Bogor include Robinson, Toko, and Prima Fresh. Expect to pay around Rp18,000 for 12 eggs.

Where to Eat in Bogor

Bogor has its own signature dishes, including tauge goreng (grilled bean sprouts), but you’ll find all kinds of Indonesian food at its best restaurants. Standouts include De’ Leuit, with its pyramid-shaped roof, and Gumati Cafe, which specializes in Sundanese cuisine. Meals will cost around Rp80,000.

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Trail                                       101.0mm (4.0 inches)

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Seat Height                           32.1 inches

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OTHER

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FACTORY WARRANTY INFORMATION

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