Inside Rumah Atsiri Indonesia
With the main purpose of rejuvenating and familiarizing visitors
with atsiri (Indonesian word for essential oils), Rumah Atsiri
Indonesia's 5-hectare complex overflows with essential oil plants
Our classes, museum, and learning hubs offer a wide range of programs where visitors can learn everything about essential oils; while our shops showcase various high-quality essential oils products. Our dining spot, where you can enjoy a selection of aromatic food and beverages, is located right next to the plethora of blooming marigolds.
As a thematic destination that focuses on essential oils, Rumah Atsiri Indonesia features a rich edu-recreation experience, tinted with the breathtaking view of Mount Lawu and the hospitality of the community of Plumbon Village, Tawangmangu.
Rumah Atsiri Collection Garden (Taman Koleksi)With more than 80 essential oil plants from Indonesia and abroad, each with its own story, fragrance, and characteristics, this garden has the most diverse collection of essential oil plants. Visitors can smell or taste some plants by informing our guides so they can assist the visitors to decide which bark, leaves, or petals to pluck.
Rumah Atsiri GreenhouseLocated inside Rumah Atsiri Collection Garden, the greenhouse is designed as an indoor garden in the morning and will be transformed into a private dining venue in the evening.
Marigold PlazaFunctioning as a meeting point in Rumah Atsiri Indonesia's complex, the plaza is full of marigolds that bloom once a month for two weeks. The marigolds are planted inside an opening that follows the shape of the patterns on the original Citronella factory's perforated walls.
Rumah Atsiri Production FarmRumah Atsiri Production Farm is our most spacious 2.5-hectare garden that supplies some plants for our research and development purposes as well as our in-house production needs.
Rumah Atsiri NurseryLocated inside Rumah Atsiri Collection Garden, it hosts our research and development initiatives for our garden plants, souvenir plants, and decorative plants.
Rumah Atsiri MuseumThe history of essential oils stretches back to as early as 2,000 BC, and in Rumah Atsiri Museum, you can follow the journey of how essential oils were first discovered and how they spread all over the world (especially in Indonesia). The museum also preserved some original equipment and tools used to produce essential oils.
From 50-year old essential oil bottles and documents to vintage distillation machine, find out the history behind Indonesia's dream to be one of the biggest players in the world's essential oil industry.