The year-end long holiday is only a few weeks away, do you have plan where you want to spend it? If you have not yet, Check In Jakarta has a good recommendation for you, staycation at a glamping. Glamping stands for "glamor camping".
No need to go far, Bogor as a neighbor city to Jakarta has a wide collection of glamping sites. One of them is Leuweung Geledegan Ecolodge (LGE). Derived from the Sundanese language, Leuweung Geledegan means very lush forest. Yes, the glamping in Bogor is surrounded by lush trees, because it is located at the foot of Mount Salak. So it is perfect for those of you who want to unwind while enjoying the natural atmosphere.
LGE offers 82 unique lodges designed to resemble big tent. Apart from nature, this place also presents Sundanese culture, from food to traditional games and arts. For food, for example, you can enjoy traditional food and drinks from the land of Priangan, such as bandros, balok cake, bajigur, putu cake, and bandrek. However, there are also other Indonesian specialties and international menus.
Not only that, this 3.1 hectare hotel is also equipped with a thematic swimming pool, two restaurants with a capacity of 50 to 100 people, and five meeting rooms that can be used to hold various activities, including wedding. Here, you can also try fun and exciting outbound activities. LGE Bogor also has an educational tour package, where visitors will be given explanations of 500 plant types grown around LGE. Starting from fruit garden, to flower garden.
Here, you can also enjoy Misbar ride or what we know as layar tancap. This ride comes to associate film with nature. This glamping also allows food vendors to enter the lodge area, such as cuanki seller. Uniquely, LGE Bogor also gives souvenirs to guests who stay in the form of old toys such as toy cars, inflatable balloons, and so on.
To be able to feel the sensation of camping in glamorous, you can spend from Rp 990 thousand to Rp 1.8 million per night, depends on the type of lodge you choose. Interested in staying here during the year-end holidays?