CIFOR’s main campus is located on 40 hectares of quiet, lush rainforest on the outskirts of Bogor, Indonesia. We offer a range of modestly priced and fully equipped meeting and recreational facilities. Contact us to learn more.
Our library has over 5,000 books, staff to help with publication searches, and quiet workstations for visitors. It is open to the public and regularly updated with the latest CIFOR resources.
Our on-campus food service offers Indonesian and international cuisine. You can also arrange catering to suit your needs, from coffee and tea breaks to buffet luncheons, formal dinners and poolside barbecues.
Other on-campus services include:
- an onsite travel agent for airline bookings, confirmations and Indonesian tour support
- ATM services at our bank during banking hours
- a Friday market with food, handicrafts, and products from local producers
- Indonesian cultural performances and exhibitions.
We have five meeting rooms that can accommodate audience sizes of 10 to 140 people. All meeting rooms are equipped with a high lumens LCD/video projector, LAN internet and Wifi, a digital video player, and a sound system and microphone. Flip charts and whiteboards are also available. Our onsite generators guarantee consistent power.
We have a guesthouse with 14 bedrooms located in the middle of our campus. During your stay, the guesthouse staff can serve three meals a day, family style.
The guesthouse offers:
- single, twin and double beds
- air conditioning or ceiling fans
- coffee and tea
- international direct dial telephone
- free internet access
- international satellite TV
- friendly and helpful staff to make you feel at home.
Our leisure and sports facilities help our staff and guests balance business with pleasure. Our recreational facilities include:
- a 25-meter swimming pool and a shallow pool for children
- two tennis courts with lighting for evening matches
- an indoor sports arena for badminton, basketball, futsal, volleyball and yoga
- a soccer field
- a fitness room with aerobic machines and weights
- forest walking paths
- mountain bikes
- walking tours in neighboring villages and rice paddies.