Tiara Medan Hotel & Convention Center

Address: Jl. Cut Mutia, PO. BOX 1327, Medan, Sumatra, 20152, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Jl. Cut Mutia, PO. BOX 1327, Medan.
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    Travel Blogs from Medan

    The Medan Mafia

    A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Apr 12, 2015

    ... towards locals in the past!
    You can imagine we weren't feeling too great carrying everything we own on us, being surrounded like we were some injured wildebeast fending off a pack of hyenas. We got on the bus our driver had told us to and they blocked the exists. After they had a quick word with the driver of the bus in Indonesian, the driver told us he wasn't running the bus today (the driver followed the orders they gave without question). We had no other choice ...

    A month through Indonesia, our gateway to Asia!

    A travel blog entry by movi on Jan 06, 2015

    326 photos

    ... Well let’s just say that I do not want to know how busy it got during the Christmas break because boy oh boy was it crowded when we were there. Upon arriving at the entrance we could see rows and rows of children, all lined up and ready to enter the Borobudur complex. They looked like little soldiers carefully placed in formation ready to battle the enemy. We slowly glided through the crowd trying not to distort the formation and this is when we first encountered ...

    The Land that Tourism Forgot

    A travel blog entry by jrm110675 on Sep 12, 2014

    8 photos

    ... place to visit is the home of Tjong A Fie, a Chinese merchant who came to own most of the city in the early twentieth century and, as a close friend of the Sultan, became politically influential. Medan's Chinese community is also credited with the introduction to Indonesia of one of its most successful sports, badminton, which is often seen being played on the streets, without a net, in poor communities.

    Volunteer great time

    A travel blog entry by ed55555o on Aug 20, 2014

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    Managing Medan, or atleast trying to...

    A travel blog entry by emma_rivers on Jun 09, 2014

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    ... and religious buildings we had seen so far on our trip. Indonesia being primarily Muslim, the mosques have a prominent part in the locals lives, including the regular broadcasts at prayer times. This very public show of their religion was a foreign concept to me, but a nice one. Showing how culturally strong a country Sumatra was, even if it made sleeping a little difficult!

    Deciding that Medan was not somewhere we desired to stay much longer, we ...