North Sumatra Province Transportation

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  • Transportation
    by AngMimi
  • Transportation
    by AngMimi

North Sumatra Province Transportation

  • ROAD TRIP to PRAPAT AND LAKE TOBA

    My friend told me that I could go to PRAPAT and LAKE TOBA by a MINI VAN TAXI beside by Commuter BUS, what is the difference thence I was realized that by TAXI is more convenient than by BUS. There are many Travel Agents along MEDAN'S SISINGAMANGARAJA STREET, which offer a transportation from MEDAN to PRAPAT, so I bought the ticket in one of a...

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  • Flying Over the Green

    Take a flight from Cengkareng-Sukarno Hata Air Port to Medan is a nice trip, book the ticket of domestic air flight from one of travel agent in the city a few days before the date, if not in high season one could get a good price. I have no suprised when the departure was delayed one or two hours. Take a flight in the day is an exciting, Sumatra...

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  • Penang to Medan Gateway

    Medan is the gateway to North Sumatra. There are Indonesia Garuda, Malaysian Airlines and budget airlines Adam and Airasia operating between Penang International, Malaysia and Medan airport. For many Indonesians, flying out of Medan to Penang vs from Jakarta was preferred because of exemption of paying a heavy departure tax.There is also a regular...

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  • Ferry toTangkahan

    To reach Tangkahan on the edge of the Gunung Leuser national park, we had to cross the river by means of a ferry, which we did a couple of times during our three days stay. On the other side of the river we would either have to wade through a small stretch of water or get aboard a canoe.

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  • How to get around Pulau Nias

    Getting around Nias is not difficult, although bus travel can still be painfully slow as even 'new' roads seem to be perpetually potholed. Fortunately, most of the interesting places in the south are fairly close together.A new road down the east coasts is now the main route from Gunung Sitoli to Teluk dalam via Tetehosi and Lahusa. While it is an...

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  • How to get to Pulau Nias

    Air SMAC has flights from Medan to Binaka airport, 17km south of Gunung Sitoli, every Monday, Wednesday and Saturday for 244,000Rp one way/return. Flights leave Medan at 7 am and Gunung Sitoli at 8 am. The SMAC office at Jl. Lagundri 46 (0639 - 21010) in Gunung Sitoli.Boat There are two boats from Gunung Sitoli to Sibolga every night except Sunday,...

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  • Transportation to Lake Toba

    The main route to Lake Toba from Medan passed through Tebing Tinggi and Pematang Siantar the Simalungun Batak areas. However there is a the scenic back road across the Karo plateau from Brastagi that skirt the northeastern edge of Lake Toba caldera. This a longer but far more visually exiting route with many interesting stops a long the way.About...

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  • Transportation to samosir island

    If you want to go to samosir island, there only be reached by ship/boat from PARAPAT. Samosir is in the middle of toba lake. You only pay about Rp.10.000-30.000 per person or if you want a hire for the trip you have to pay more then Rp.50.000 based on negotiation.

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