Pangeran Beach Hotel
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I have the best students ever. When I was talking about going to Sulawesi with a student, I was asked to go to Sumatra with a couple other students to check out one of their hometowns. Padang is a very (very) well-known city throughout all of Indonesia. It is most well-known for the food. There are a lot of foods that originated in that area that …
Batusangkar is the capitol of Tanah Datar regency. This place was once known as Fort Van de Capellan during colonial times when it was a Dutch outpost established during the Padri War (1821 - 1837). The city was later renamed to Batusangkar in 1949 replacing its colonial name.
This is a very scenic location and the speciality …
Yes, you had read it correctly. Its is not Coffee or Tea but Coffee Tea. This unique drink preparation is made here only. It is tea brewed from Coffee Leaves and these coffee are grown in this mountain region.
The factory is just a small one but of late, they have started exporting their produce to other countries in …
This next stop has a very important historical factor to the Minangkabau land. Before we proceeded to that, first we settled for some lunch at this village.
This restaurant was one of it's kind. Nestled in the middle of a paddy field and built on stilts on a fish pond, this restaurant had such beauty. Besides enjoying the …
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 Minangkabau people.
Local legend states that Pariangan is the oldest of all Minangkabau villages. A …
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TravelPod Member ReviewsPangeran Beach Hotel Padang
There were some problems with electricity in the room but they were holding an international military conference so they were sold out. We were told it was a recurring problem they are trying to fix from the earthquake. The staff is friendly, the prices reasonable for being right on the beach and a nice restaurant and pool area.
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