Sumatra in Western Indonesia is the sixth largest island in the world. While it doesn’t have the temples and beaches of Bali or Java, what the region lacks in historic sights, it more than makes up for in awesome scenery and thrilling adventure experiences. Home to Batak ethnic groups – the term used by Malay settlers to describe non-Muslims in Sumatra – the area is steeped in tradition and fascinating culture. Here are a few reasons why you should visit the north of this gorgeous island.
North Sumatra has some stunning scenery and an extremely welcoming population, yet with so little tourism development here traditions have remained intact and visitors are few.
The tropical rainforests of the Gunung Lesuer National Park surrounding Bukit Lawang (a small village two hours north west of Sumatra’s capital Medan) are one of the few places where you get to see our red-haired cousins in the wild.
Serdang Bedagai adalah kabupaten di Sumatera Utara yang berbatasan langsung dengan Selat Melaka. Memiliki keindahan alam yang begitu memukau dan keberagaman budaya di Tanah Melayu, sejuta manikam pariwisata Sumatera Utara