Bogor and all the beauty of its natural tourism, it will never be boring to discuss and review. One of the beauty of tourist attractions in Bogor is the Malasari Tourist Village area. Here, you can feel the atmosphere of the countryside is very beautiful, enjoy the natural scenery that is so enchanting and mingle directly with the super friendly villagers.
Maybe this natural tourist destination is still unfamiliar to tourists, especially tourists from Jabodetabek who have often traveled in the Bogor area. Even so, this Tourist Village in Bogor has a myriad of charms that are worth exploring.
Malasari Tourist Village Address
The location of Malasari Tourism Village is located on Jl Resimen Mahawarman no. 1 Kp. Malasari rt 001/001, Malasari Village, Kec. Nanggung, Bogor Regency, West Java. The location of this village is right on the north side of Mount.
Halimun Salak National Park. From downtown Bogor, the journey to the village will take approximately 2-3 hours. This could take longer to travel, because the road conditions are not too good.To enjoy the beauty of the natural panorama here, the price of admission to Malasari Tourism Village is quite cheap.
You only need to pay HTM of Rp 12,500 per person. One of the interesting activities that you can do here is to enjoy the sunrise in the Nirmala Tea Garden area. Not only enjoy the view of the sunrise and the vast expanse of tea gardens, you will also reach the view of Mount Salak from a distance.
Nirmala Tea Garden is one of the largest tea gardens in Bogor. But because of the difficult access to here, this tea garden is almost deserted tourists. Even though the scenery is very good. you know! In addition to having a very large tea garden area, there are still interesting things that you can do in this Malasari Tourist Village.
For example, passing a 30-meter-long suspension bridge, playing water in Sawer Waterfall and on the Cikaniki River, enjoying the natural scenery of rice fields called 1001 Undak, seeing mushroom cultivation and interacting directly with local communities. It’s interesting, isn’t it?
Let’s explore the charm of Malasari Village.
· Located in Halimun Tourist Area
Malasari Tourism Village is one of the five Halimun Villages, a collection of villages that enter the Mount Halimun Salak National Park area. Because it enters the national park area, of course, this village still coexists with nature. And no less important, its citizens keep nature to remain sustainable.
Most of the village area is in Halimun Salak National Park. So you can see a variety of fauna and flora. Lowland rainforests present a variety of endemic plants and unique animals such as sloths, leopards, Javan gibbons, and Javan eagles.
Malasari is a suitable place for those of you who like to play water. Surrounded by the Cikaniki and Cidurian rivers, there are many waterfalls around, such as Bajing and Pasakan waterfalls. There are alsoCurug Piit, Curug Sawer, Curug Citamiang.
· Terracing 1001 Undak Malasari Village
Typical Indonesian icon, one of which is the rice field scene. Here you will see the beauty of rice fields that form a stepped system, seen to be a stretch of curved face of the earth that is beautiful. An amazing natural unique fruit of the work of local wisdom technology thousands of years ago. That is the charm of terracing that is managed neatly and neatly with the traditional system. Rice fields planted with large bitter melon varieties, become a tourist attraction because of its beauty.
In Malasari Tourism Village, terracing technology forms the charm of landscape beauty with agricultural culture and behavior governed by the local wisdom system has become an attraction for agro tourism and cultural tourism. We can see local residents still using traditional planting systems and patterns. If you come at the right time, you can watch the harvest ceremony.