Green School Private Tours (max 10 people)
Do you want a more flexible schedule to visit the Green School tour? We offer you a unique Green School Experience by booking a private tour. We will take you around campus for an hour without the rush of a big group. You will then get a refreshment, a snack and a special gift.
We can also tailor additional activities after your private tour. Some examples (if available):
- Explore the Green School recycling center and create repurposed products
- Experience a cultural immersion with our local students and families,
- Learn how to make ecological cleaning products
- Garden and cook at our Students’ Village
General Information on Private Tours
- Available: Weekdays
- Limited admission: Minimum 2 people and up to 10 people
- Includes: refreshment, snack and a special gift
- Private Tour: From IDR 500,000 (per person)
- Additional activities: variable (additional fees upon request)
Our Tour team is available for booking enquiries Monday to Friday 8am to 5pm, and our tour bookings customer service team are only available during weekdays. For more information and enquiries, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Inquiries submitted on Saturday or Sunday will be answered as soon as possible on the following Monday.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
Our primary focus is the safe and respectful learning environment for our students. We therefore kindly request your cooperation with our tour guidelines:
- Gate opens 30 minutes before tour starts
- Reservations Required
- ID (KITAS, KTP or Passport) will be required to enter Green School
We strongly recommend that you arrive 30 minutes before the start of the tour for check-in and registration. The Jalan Jalan begins promptly at the scheduled time and because it leaves the reception area, we are not able to accommodate late arrivals. If for a reason you arrive later than the start of the tour, you will unfortunately be asked to reschedule for another day.
The walk around Green School will be an adventure. We are located on a steep ravine, so be prepared with the right walking shoes or sandals as we will be walking on rocks, and going up and down many steps. We don’t recommend bringing heavy backpacks or luggage. We suggest wearing light clothes and bringing an umbrella or raincoat, especially during the rainy season. We encourage all visitors to bring a sustainable water bottle as we have a few locations around our campus where the visitors are welcome to refill it.
The guests are encouraged to bring their own earphones which are used for the tour headsets. The tour currently has limited headsets for guests of the tour.
Our week day tours run on a normal school day, so there are plenty of opportunities to see our campus structures and learning environment from the outside. So as not to disturb the learning programme, our week day tours do not go inside our wall-less classrooms, but you will get to see our famous Millennial Bridge, Sangkep (assembly hall), walk through our iconic Heart of School building and much more.
We understand that different families have different expectations. Our school campus is rugged by design and intention, and has steep inclines and uneven surfaces, so please plan accordingly if you are bringing small children and babies. The Green School tour is a walking tour but pushchairs are not possible around our campus, although you may leave your pushchair at our welcome centre. We have many families who visit our campus with children of all ages, but please be advised that it can be a hot and humid experience and we highly recommend bringing sunblock, a hat, and refillable water bottle. The tour at the weekend is more child-friendly as there are more opportunities to stop and pause.
Please note as we are a school, so there is strictly no filming of the tour.
Media enquiries and visits may contact our Communications & Media team at email@example.com to learn more about applying for a media visit. Please understand we have a great many media requests and may take a few weeks to respond to your request.
The tour guide will make stops at designated places for some fantastic photos during your tour. Please respect that we are a school and refrain from taking photos of students or staff from close-up or from afar at any point during the tour.