|Bogor is located about 60 kilometers from Jakarta and hosts one of the world's largest botanical garden, called in Indonesian "Kebun Raya Bogor". Here you can find hundreds of different plant species, coming from all parts of the world.
|Bamboo bushes along the paths that run through the botanical garden of Bogor.
|In Bogor botanical garden, there are many plants that are normally grown in our apartments for ornamental purposes. In the photos, a false bird-of-paradise (Heliconia pendula, pictured left) and a hedge of Dieffenbachia (known as "dumb cane", pictured above).
|A sausage tree.|
|Some pools in the botanical gardens of Bogor, hosting giant water lilies (Victoria amazonica, pictured above) and common water lilies (Nymphaea alba, pictured below).|
|In the botanical gardens of Bogor there are some greenhouses where many species of orchids are grown.|
|After the tour of Bogor botanical garden, the journey continues to Taman Safari park, crossing the Indonesian countryside by car.|
|The tour of Taman Safari Park starts crossing an area that houses some elephants...|
|...before meeting several rhinos.|
|Taman Safari Park photos. Some of the wildlife found in the park.|
|Some zebras are close to the window of the car to reclaim carrots and bananas.|
|Tour to Taman Safari Park Indonesia. The area of felines hosting several lions, cheetahs and tigers.|
|There are also some fearsome crocodiles.|