Language Services For Bogor

Bogor, Indonesia, is a city south of Jakarta on Java Island set against the volcanic backdrop of Mount Salak. The city’s frequent rain is ideal for the thousands of plant species in Kebun Raya Bogor, a venerable botanic garden founded in 1817 by the Dutch colonial government. Its grounds contain the neoclassical landmark Istana Bogor (Bogor Palace) and the Bogor Zoology Museum. It lies at an elevation of 870 feet (265 metres) above sea level in the foothills of Mounts Gede and Salak Satu, about 25 miles (40 km) south of Jakarta. The city, established by the Dutch in 1745, is famous for its botanical gardens (1817), which cover 215 acres (87 hectares).

Historical, Cultural facts & Religion

The History of Bogor includes various rulers leading up to the development of the densely populated Indonesian city of Bogor. The City of Bogor (Indonesian: Kota Bogor) was once the capital of the Sunda Kingdom (Indonesian: Kerajaan Sunda) and was known as Pakuan Pajajaranknown. When the Dutch took over, the town was included in an administrative division known as Buitenzorg during the Dutch East Indies era. After independence, the city became part of the Bogor Regency. It has its history reflected in its architecture which includes buildings from the colonial, modern, post-modern, and contemporary periods. Bogor is located south of Jakarta on the island of Java, Indonesia. It is known for its Bogor Palace, Bogor Botanical Garden. Bogor is located in West Java Province. The population consists of the following religious groups: 42,078,858 Moslem; 523,290 Christian; 323,454 Catholic; 25,628 Hindu; 57,472 Buddhist; 12,987 Confucian; and 137 other believers.

Brief City  History

Bogor, formerly Buitenzorg, kota (city), West Java (Jawa Barat) propinsi (or provinsi; province), Indonesia. It lies at an elevation of 870 feet (265 metres) above sea level in the foothills of Mounts Gede and Salak Satu, about 25 miles (40 km) south of Jakarta. The city, established by the Dutch in 1745, is famous for its botanical gardens (1817), which cover 215 acres (87 hectares). Bogor Agricultural University was founded in 1963. There are also research institutes for veterinary science, animal sciences, and food crops. The former residence (1856) of the Dutch governor-general—now Bogor Palace—is one of the occasional residences of the Indonesian president. Bogor is primarily a residential city, with a healthful climate. There is some manufacturing, however, most notably of transportation equipment and other machinery; processed foods and beverages; metal, wood, and paper products; and chemicals. Among the principal crops of the surrounding area are rice, corn (maize), cassava, taro, sweet potatoes, and peanuts (groundnuts).

Language (s) Written & Spoken

The highest language attitude toward foreign language is Bogor. Sundanese language is spoken by the people of Bahasa Indonesia.

Important Types of Commerce in Bogor

Bogor has developed automotive chemical and food industries; its outlying areas are used for agriculture. During the colonization, Bogor was mostly producing coffee, rubber and high-quality timber.

Language Services US and others will provide working with Bogor

Doing business with Bogor requires an understanding of their local language which is Bahasa Indonesia. An individual or business is required to have a Bahasa Indonesia interpreter accompanying them in Bogor for an exhibition, business negotiations, training, conference, medical support or for an excursion to bridge the language gap. Moreover, they also require Bahasa Indonesia Translation services for translation of important business documents such as sales and marketing literature, copyright, trademark and patent applications, partnership and employment agreements, mergers, acquisitions and incorporations, trusts and wills flawlessly.

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