Maninjau Indah Hotel

Maninjau, Sumatra, 61018, Indonesia | Hotel
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Have bike, will travel

A travel blog entry by richierich33


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


... 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


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 ...

Lake Maninjau

A travel blog entry by meltin4


... very pretty all the same.

The bus ride there took me all the way up the outside of the crater and then over the rim and down winding roads to the lake at the bottom. The roads seemed to induce vomiting if you were someone who suffered from that sort of travel sickness. I'm not such a person, however the little boy next to me clearly was. This may be a little mean, but I was quite relieved when he vomited all over his mum rather than all over me, and ...

Back in time to Bukittinggi

A travel blog entry by cathonaventure


... land with oil pipelines paralleling our road, evidence of oil industry. At one intersection the welcoming sculpture was of an oil pumpjack. Dan felt right at home. Our final day took us across the equator to the southern hemisphere and into the volcanic mountains that form the ridge that runs the length of West Sumatra. As we got closer to Bukittingi we passed dozens of men walking dogs on leashes and carrying dogs in open cab trucks and on motorbikes with specially ...


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