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Welcome to Indonesia Permai Orchid Garden

Indonesia Permai Orchid Garden

The Orchid Garden in Jakarta has collected hundreds of species from around Indonesia and began several impressive gardens. The Orchid Garden in Slipi Jakarta is one of the largest in South East Asia and draws orchid enthusiasts and the casually curious alike to see some of the exotic types of the elegant flower such as the black orchid. The Slipi Orchid Garden is a commercial enterprise but is open to public viewing. A small facility near the gardens can sometimes offer classes to visiting enthusiasts in orchid cultivation and breeding. There is an indescribable attraction of certain people to orchids and these gardens are a gathering spot of both the most exotic species from around Indonesia and their admirers from around the world.

Information & Facts

Slipi suburb East Jakarta
Bahasa Indonesia is the official language, but many dialects are spoken. English is widely understood in Jakarta and tourist resorts.

Rupiah (IDR) is the official currency and is divided into 100 sen. Foreign currency can easily be exchanged at banks, hotels and money changers in major tourist destinations; US dollars is the most accepted currency. Cash often yields a better exchange rate than travellers cheques, which are not always accepted. It is recommended that travellers cheques also be in US dollars. Most major credit cards are accepted at hotels, restaurants and stores catering to the tourist trade. ATMs are available in main centres. Small change is often unavailable so keep small denomination notes and coins for items like bus fares, temple donations and cool drinks.

Opening Times
Daily 9am-4pm.
Indonesia spans three time zones. GMT +7 (West, including Java and Sumatra), GMT +8 (Central, including Bali, Sulawesi and Lombok), GMT +9 (East, including Irian Jaya).

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