Maninjau Indah Hotel

Maninjau, Sumatra, 61018, Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Maninjau

Have bike, will travel

A travel blog entry by richierich33 on Sep 19, 2013

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Hired a scooter in Bukittinggi for 4 days. After Harau drove back through Bukittinggi and then on to Lake Maninjau. It's absolutely beautiful. The lake is at the bottom of a volcanic crater and is 17km long and 8km wide. The road down from the top down to the lake shore has 44 hairpin bends and they are all numbered. The ride down was great fun. Like other places in Sumatra it used to be a popular backpacker hangout but now ...

Depressing zoo and civet poo!

A travel blog entry by gapyearat41 on Jul 31, 2013

3 comments, 39 photos

... Sumatra, not so much the beer but for example a coke here is 4000-5000 rupiah, in Bali and Lombok we were paying between 10,000 and 20,000.

The food too is atleast half the price of Bali and Lombok.

We walked around the local market in the afternoon, there were so many food stalls and people buy lots of food to take home ready when they break their fast. We got so many people smiling, waving and shouting' hello' to us. They were fascinated because there are so ...

Peaceful crater lake

A travel blog entry by ann_ho on Apr 14, 2013

30 photos

The road from Bukittingi to Manainjau is stunning. After passing through the city we transfer onto smaller roads and through villages out into the dense countryside. We are surrounded by rice fields and mountains and it's breathtaking. The journey takes about an hour before we get our first glimpse of the Lake below and the 44 hairpin turns that await us. Each turn is number so we can keep track as we wind down slowly and carefully. The view of the lake below is ...

Back in time to Bukittinggi

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure on Jun 04, 2012

34 photos

... plump baby on my lap and her husband took a photo of us. Indonesians are outspoken in their welcomes as well—“Hello Mister!” is a common greeting from people on motorbikes, their hands often held up with two fingers in a peace salute. We are objects of curiosity and people are not shy: they ask us in Indonesian where we’re from and our names, confident that we’ll know how to reply. On Sumatra we met few people who spoke English.

I ...

Crossing the line

A travel blog entry by mikeandsheila on May 14, 2012

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... as the crescent moon and star logo on top of their onion domes. They love God and sing it loud. The song of the muzehin is beautiful and haunting but there are dozens of mosques in Bukittinggi and they all call different prayers at the same time, a cacophony of Allah u akbar echoes through the town.

The Orchid Hotel is an OK joint; our's, a small comfortable room with viewless balcony, but clean and secure nevertheless. No restaurant but they serve a ...


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