Obama is definitely having the best vacation ever.
The former U.S. president got a tour of Indonesia’s Bogor Palace, from Indonesian President Joko Widodo himself.
The duo is seen on video whizzing around all 28 hectares of the palace on a golf cart and enjoying the company of a dozen or so deers that live on the palace’s garden compounds.
They also had a meal at the palace’s on-site restaurant before Obama left for Jakarta, where he was due to speak at a conference on Saturday.
Indonesian first lady Iriana Widodo and the couple’s youngest son, Kaesang Pangarep, also made an appearance.
The palace — located in Bogor, just south of Jakarta — is one of six presidential palaces in Indonesia.
The palace visit is part of the Obama’s family vacation in Indonesia, with Michelle, Malia, and Sasha tagging along for the initial leg of the trip.
The Obamas kicked off their holiday in Bali, where they were seen rafting down a river.
The family had also earlier visited the ancient temple of Borobudur, in the city of Yogyakarta.
Obama spent part of his childhood in Indonesia, living in the country for a few years with his mother before he moved back to Hawaii to live with his grandparents.