Stunning Waterfalls

It is commonly referred to as “rain city” and you can’t help but be surrounded by all things water in Bogor, Indonesia, including one of the many waterfalls. Some of the praised local waterfalls include the Cibeureum Waterfall, Seribu Waterfall, Cilember Waterfalls, Nangka Waterfall or the Nymph waterfall. The sights and sounds of the area are endless.

Bogor Palace and Botanical Gardens

The Bogor Palace was originally constructed in the mid-1700s and housed Dutch Governors up until Indonesia gained its independence in the mid-1900s. The palace was destroyed by an earthquake caused by an eruption from the volcano that can be seen from Sentul Highlands Golf Club (Mount Salak) and was rebuilt in the mid-1800s. The Palace is home to extensive botanical gardens that can be toured daily.

Local Food

Bogor is a city known for its food and within a short venture off of the course, many local dishes can be had with a vast array of experiences. The Ah Poong Floating Market is located just a short 10-minute drive from the course, and you will find many dishes in a food court style setting. For a more formal dining experience, check out Grande Garden Resto & Café or De’ Leuit Jambal Rice Sensation.