Adopting the nomadic tourism concept, it recently reopened on March 31 after shutting down due to the coronavirus epidemic in Indonesia.
In keeping with other nature attractions in Indonesia, the Orchid Forest Cikole in Bandung applies Covid-19 health protocols and even provides free face masks for visitors.
Barry Akbar, CEO and Founder of the forest, said that visitors are also subject to having their body temperature checked.
“We also enforce social distancing rules where places are marked so visitors know which are public spaces or sitting areas.”
At this budding Bandung attraction, guests are encouraged to use cashless payments to minimize forms of physical contact.
The nature attraction in Bandung harbors 11 hectares of space combining the concepts of edu-tourism, eco-tourism, and sports tourism.
The natural wonders of pine forests, beautiful hybrid orchids make this forest a great place to unwind with company amid the cool, fresh air.
The lighting effects at this nature attraction in Bandung creates a romantic ambiance as lights are reflected on the branches of pine trees that are hundreds of years old.