Hotel Aryaduta Medan
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... parks and the wild; in 2012 there were 7000 Orangutans in North Sumatra and the number has just increased because of their protection. Poachers face at least 15 years in prison if they kill one. Although in Borneo the number of rubber tree and oil palm tree plantations are rising so the deforestation is rising. The farmers at old by their employers that if they see an orrangutan near their land they are to shoot then and ...
... and continued to the famous Prambanan. After entering the complex we strategically decided to start at the very end and work our way back to leave the biggest and most impressive temple for last, that way we would not be disappointed with the others. Well this turned out to be a big mistake and one could say that the strategy backfired completely. After having reached the far end we started working our way back and as we were walking back clouds started to form rather quickly ...
... grave to mark his new religion.
Apart from Lake Toba, Sumatra's other highlight is the town of Bukit Lawang, part of the Gunung Leuser National Park, and a popular place to search for orang utans. Unfortunately, this was the monsoon season which was bad news for two reasons, firstly because of the four-hour thunderstorms which resulted in a power cut throughout the town and, secondly, because the ...
... the only tourist information centre we could find to buy bus tickets to Bukit Lawang in northern Sumatra. This was easy to do, but to our dismay, A LOT more expensive than we expected. Apparently travel in Indonesia was more expensive than places like Malaysia because everything is so far away from one another and there is no public train system, in fact very little public transport at all. This means that everything is run by private car/bus companies, free ...