There are some interesting place to visit in here :
There are nearly 4000 living specimens of 350 species of cacti and succulents, and 360 species of orchids. The cacti and succulent collection contains species from all over the world, including Agave, Dracaena, Sansevieria, Yucca, and Aloe species: many with brilliant yellow, red, pink or purple blossoms.
The palm collection in Cibodas Botanic Garden contains collections from all over the Indonesian archipelago: Pinanga lauhlii from Java, Pinanga densiflora from Aceh, Sumatera, Areca vestiaria from Sulawesi, Areca spp. from Maluku, Arenga undulatifolia from Kalimantan and Ptychococcus spp. from Irian Jaya.
Collections of Gigantochloa spp., the enormous Javanese bamboo, can be found in Section VII.A. The more delicately-stemmed Bambusa glaucesens from Japan is located nearby in Section VI.A. Bamboo species from China, Burma, and India are also found in the Garden.
Evergreen garden trees
Different varieties of oak (Quercus spp.) from Japan and the Himalyas can be found planted throughout the Garden, and the Garden's pine (Pinus spp.) collection of twenty species includes representatives from all over the globe: the Caribbean, North America, the Mediterranean, and Northern Asia.
Flowering trees and shrubs
Approximately 15 varieties of Camellia japonica from Japan can be found in here.
Some human-made, and some naturally occurring in the landscape.