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Sumatra, a large Indonesian island west of Java and south of the Malay Peninsula, is known for its rugged tropical terrain, wildlife and smoldering volcanoes. To the north, the city of Banda Aceh, which was devastated by the 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami, has a museum commemorating the disaster. Tourist Information

Bustling Medan, the island’s largest city, is a diverse economic hub and gateway to North Sumatra. Tourist Information

Visa and Money Changer Traveller Visas Indonesia offers short stay visa free facilities for tourists from 169 countries. Valid for 30 days, the visa is non-extendable and cannot be transferred into any other type of stay permit. This visa can be obtained directly when you enter through certain airports, seaports and land borders in Indonesia regardless of the [...]
Transportation Our team of local experts can book you private cars or transportation packages saving you time and ensuring you get a competitive rate. So why not make your trip to Sumatra easier and more comfortable? All our cars have air-con, seat a maximum of 6 passengers and have drivers who speak both English and [...]
Think to see in Bukit Lawang  Think to see Bukit Lawang Why visit Sumatra? ​One of the most biodiverse regions in the world, the surrounding jungle of Gunung Leuser National Park is home to some of the planet’s most exotic, unusually diverse and often breathtaking flora and fauna.Think to see in Bukit Lawang - Sumatra Island A vitally [...]
Bukit Lawang Lost in the depths of Sumatra. Bukit Lawang North Sumatra Bukit Lawang is a small riverside town built beside the rainforest of the vast Gunung Leuser National Park. Home to the orangutan, one of the most endangered species in the world, found only in Sumatra and Kalimantan, Bukit Lawang (‘gateway to the mountain’) [...]

What is an Orangutan ? Orangutan or other name is mawas is a kind of big ape with long sleeves and has reddish or brown fur, which live in tropical forest of Indonesia and Malaysia, especially in Kalimantan and Sumatera island. The term “orang utan” is derived from the Malay word, ie ‘person’ which means […]

Why Orangutans are Going Extinct and What You Can do to Help Why Orangutans ?In the midst of lush rainforests on the islands of Sumatra and Borneo in Indonesia, orangutans live side by side with elephants, rhinos and tigers – the last place on Earth where these animals roam. Orangutans, the only great apes in […]

Tropical Rain Forest, Why is it important to preserve? Tropical rain forests are often described as dense forests, but this is not always the case because tropical forests in Indonesia vary greatly from primary forests to mangroove forests. You need to know that the potential of Indonesia’s forest resources is very large, ie 99.6 million […]

Explore the dark insides of this cave while immersing yourself in the sounds of Bat Cave, this cavernous structure. Remember to bring a torch to visit this cavernous structure, as very little natural light enters the cave and you will need one to make the most of the experience. Just 30 mins walk from Bukit [...]
Make sure you visit Lake Toba to stay at Tuktuk Siadong Tourism Village, a beautiful place on a small cape on Samosir Island. Here you can enjoy the panoramic atmosphere of the edge of the lake where already many tourists fascinated by the stunning nature. Tuktuk Siadong Village is located in Simanindo District, Samosir Regency, [...]