Where is Bogor? And how to get there?

Where is Bogor? And how to get there? – Bogor is a city located in West Java, Indonesia. It is pointed at -6.59 latitude and 106.79 longitude, and at elevation 245 meters above sea level. From jakarta city is about 45 km to south of jakarta.

Population in Bogor city in 2019 is about 1 million peoples making it the 4th biggest city in West Java. It operates on the BMT time zone, which means that it follows the same time zone as Jakarta and Bandung.

Where is Bogor? And how to get there?

Bogor has become favourite place for tourism and sport because the have a lot of beautiful spot of nature such as waterfalls, mountains, hills, volcano, tea plantation and rice terraces.

Bogor also has things to do, attractions, culture, cullinary and historis.

How to get to Bogor?


Where is Bogor? And how to get there? – The closest airport to Bogor is Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Jakarta (CGK). There are conveniently buses connect the airport directly to Bogor named DAMRI Shuttle Bus.

DAMRI Shuttle bus is a large air-con coaches with roomy luggage compartments below operate between Soekarno–Hatta International Airport Jakarta and the DAMRI terminal near Botani Square Bogor mall in Bogor city. Tickets can be purchased from the DAMRI counter at the airport or on the bus.

Airport to Bogor: hourly from 05:00 to 01:30 (Regular IDR 60,000 / VIP IDR 75,000; 2 hours)
Bogor to Airport: every 30 minutes from 02:00 to 21:00 with the same fare
more about damri; https://damri.co.id/


A commuter train between Jakarta and Bogor is a quick, convenientand alternative to traffic choked freeways. Two lines operates, the red line to Kota station in North Jakarta with trains every 10—15 minutes between 05:30 and 23:30. and from Jakarta 07:30 to 01:30 (6,000 rupiah; 1.5 hours); and the orange line to Jatinegara in East Jakarta

by commuterline is the fastest way to go Bogor from Jakarta

Bogor Train Station is on Jalan Raya Dramaga-Bogor, about 500 metres from the northwestern corner of the botanical garden. Overhead walkways cross over this busy road to the station.. Both routes pass Manggarai Station in South Jakarta.

Note that the red line does not stop at Gambir station, Jakarta’s main intercity train station. Some carriages are for women only, easily recognised as they are painted pink. Tickets are purchased from electronic machines or booths at the stations. You will pay a deposit for the reusable ticket which can be refunded at any station. It’s best to avoid crowded peak hours if you are travelling with large luggage.

Updated timetables, fares and route map can be found here.


The most easy way to get Bogor is by Taxi. There are a lot of brand/name of taxies. According to experience from travellers mostly are recommended is to take Taxi Blue Bird.

Another option is to take taxi base online such as Go-Jek, Go-car and Grab. You should download their app and install them into your smarphone and you can use them then.