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Pariangan is a small Minangkabau village located in Tanah Datar Regency. The village is located in the lower slopes of Mount Merapi, an active volcano. Despite it's size, the village is of great cultural and historical significance to the ...
... soldier in Indonesia. We met a local souvenir stall owner named Coin (Cowen). He does tours up to the summit of mount Merapi for $35 / person. He picks you up at midnight and you start on a six hour trek to the volcano's ...
... arched points towering over each entrance to the building. The location couldn’t be better, with panoramic views of Bukittinggi and Mount Merapi steaming in the distance. From the municipal building, we rode past several horn roofed houses and into ...
... Our final destination today is Bukittinggi, a hill station which is located between Mount Singgalang and Mount Merapi....both of which are active volcanoes. Even at the Anai Valley onwards, the weather was already cool and we could enjoy ...
... bats were flying out from their roosts in the trees to forage for food. An impressive sight indeed. I had planned to climb Mount Merapi, Sumatra’s most active volcano but the weather wasn’t great so decided to hire a scooter for a couple of ...
Trekked through a canyon, played, Tekraw, climbed a volcano. yeh. Mount Marapi summit trek started at 10pm, finished at 6 am with these photos.... https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150243730397624.319160.504562623&l=4ffcf7d66f&type=1 do ...
... all. I only managed to find my way back by looking for the clock tower at the centre of the town! Tonight, we start climbing Mount Merapi. It is an active volcano that is to the east of Bukit Tinggi and rises to over 10,000 feet. You can't ...
After the rainfest that was Maninjau we have headed back to Bukittinggi and have decided to climb Mount Merapi, an active volcano 2,800m high. More to follow when we get back down!!! Okay we're down. It only took four hours but we haven't been near a ...
... 't wait to explore it. With cousins Farah and Hilda as our guides, we set out on foot through the farmers’ fields near Mount Merapi and took the bus into town to see some of the sights. Jam Gadang There’s something odd about the Jam Gadang. ...
... bring their buckets to catch the cold spring water funneled out of the earth. The river runs from the direction of Mount Merapi, an active volcano that Bu Dewi said spewed smoke just before the Padang earthquake last September. Despite the danger of it ...