Do you want to celebrate a whole new world at a unique tourist destination? Do you want to explore the craft of leisure at an exciting vacation? Offering a variety of sights and sounds, Medan is located in Indonesia and showcases the Moroccan, Dutch and colonial influences with great Art Deco buildings like the Post office, the Great Mosque, the Old City Hall, the Maimoon Palace, Chinese Temple of Vihara Gunung Timur, the Buddhist Temple of Vihara Borobudur and the Mesjid Raya Mosque. Lovers of architecture can admire the Immanuel Protestant Church that was built in 1921 and is one of Medan’s biggest churches.
Visitors to Medan can refresh themselves with the delicious dishes or explore the Pasar Petisah that offers a wonderful array of fruits and vegetables. Tourists can wander through the Kesawan Square, stroll down Merdeka Walk and discover an artful range at the Tondi Gallery. Visitors can enjoy the luxury of their accommodation rooms in Medan and spend serene moments at the Annai Velangkanni shrine and the Shri Mariamman temple. As one of the main things to do on a holiday, visitors can go shopping to their heart’s content at the many shopping malls, complexes and buy souvenirs from craft shops.
Enjoy Activities and Appealing Sights
Offering an exciting vacation, Medan opens out great activities for the adventurous at heart with diving at Pandaan Beach where visitors can enjoy delicious grilled fish. As part of the Gunung Leisure National Park, Bohorok offers walks along the river, climbing, trekking, canoeing across river to view the Bohorok Orangutan rehabilitation center and hiking through the rainforest to see the orangutans feeding site.
Travelers will enjoy visiting Berastagi with its cool climate and the volcanoes of Gunung Sibayak and Gunung Sinabung. Besides trekking in the Gunung Leuser National Park, visitors can explore the culture of the Karo Batak people and visit the neighboring volcanoes. As the biggest lake in South East Asia, Lake Toba in Parapat is the deepest lake in the world. Tourists can discover the lifestyle of the locals, explore the charm of the Batak Simalungun and the Batak Toba people, indulge in swimming, fishing, boating, golfing, water-skiing and motor boating. Tourists can visit the Samosir Island, view the age-old King’s Palace of Simalungun, admire the Sipiso-piso Waterfall, walk through the quaint Batak Karo village and visit the fruit market. Offering a spectrum of entertainment for families, honeymooners and business travelers, Medan opens out its natural world, the wonders of its nightlife with pubs, bars, karaoke venues and the art of relaxation.