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Private Tour: Karo Highlands and Lake Toba from Medan
"You will be picked up from your accommodation in Medan between 8am – 9am to begin your drive along the fascinating route through the jungle to the mountain village of Brastagi in the Karo Highlands.  Spend time in Brastagi between 10am – the Sibayak and the Sinabung. Brastagi was around during the colonial times a famous mountain resort because of its pleasant cool climate.   Visit the colorful fruit market Brastagi between 11:15am -11:45am. Brastagi has volcanic fruitf mangistan Solanum Betaceum which is locally called Terong Belanda oranges and a variety of flowers.  At 11:45am – 12:30pm drive to the traditional village of Dokan to see traditional Karo Dokan houses where people still live. In these traditional houses named Djambur 8 families occupy one house. Cattle
From $65.00
 
Private Tour: The Old Batavia Trail from Jakarta
"After hotel pickup start with a visit to the last remaining Dutch drawbridge in Jakarta known as Chicken Market Bridge. After the bridge visit you'll stop at Fatahillah Square. Walk along cobblestone paths through the historical Kali Besar Barat lined with Dutch architecture before visiting the Wayang Kulit shadow puppet museum. Once you are done checking out the displays in the museum continue to Toko Merah
From $74.00
 
Private Tour: Half-Day National Museum and Old Harbour Tour from Jakarta
"After pickup from your hotel in Jakarta make the trip to the the National Museum. It offers historical prehistoric archaeological and ethnographic aspects of Indonesia through its extensive collection of artifacts and relics. It also has one of the most complete collections in the country of bronzes and ceramics dating back lo the Han Tang and Ming Dynasties. The museum's collection of cultural instruments household utensils arts and crafts provide a good introduction to the life of Indonesia's various ethnic groups (National Museum closed on Monday).After your museum visit
From $58.00

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Bencoolen Indah Mall (BIM)

Bencoolen Indah Mall (BIM) is a fairly well-stocked shopping center in Bengkulu. Setting on a good site overlooking nice view of Panjang beach, the mall is convenient and it has large parking space. I...
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Mega Mall Bengkulu

Mega Mall bengkulu (open Mon - Sun 10:00 to 22:00) is the biggest mall in town, located on Jalan K.Z. Abidin II Pasar Minggu, just a short walk from Suprapto shopping center. Most travelers needs can...
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Bring Enough Rupiah

It’s a good idea to stock up on Rupiah before you go shopping in Bengkulu. There are a number of banks (MANDIRI bank, BCA bank, BRI bank, Danamon bank, BII bank, Buana bank) along Jalan S. Parman and...
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Mini Market 88, Puncak, Enggano, El John etc

Suprapto shopping center (Mon - Sun 09:00 to 21:00) and Pasar Minggu are in the modern town center, which is connected to the old town area around Fort Marlborough by the straight Jl. A. Yani. Jl. is...
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Pusat Souvenir Anggut

There are souvenir shops on Jalan. Soekarno Hatta with a good selection of local items, but they are rather expensive. Local key chains, lempuk, batik Besurek, etc. Less than US $15
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Tapak Paderi Beach

Tapak Paderi beach is located near the fort Marlborough and is easy to reach by angkot (public city transport). It is a nice place to wind down a few hours to talk to the locals and to watch the sun...
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Beach

Have you ever seen the beautiful beach in Indonesia? Well, you might try to enjoy in this place. Laguna Beach is located in Meras village, Nasal sub-district, Kaur District, Bengkulu province,...
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Tabot Festival

Bengkulu has a number of traditions which still continue in Bengkulu people life, one of the cultural assets is the Tabot/Tabut (an Arabic word which means the coffin), and it is an interesting...
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