Wisma Sederhana

Address: Jl. Selat Panjang No. 11C, Medan, Sumatra, 20111, Indonesia | Inn
 
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This inn is located on Jl. Selat Panjang No. 11C, Medan.
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    Travel Blogs from Medan

    Medan, Indonesia.

    A travel blog entry by globetrotter92 on May 06, 2015

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    We were sad to leave this morning, after breakfast and a last scope through the trees to spot any monkeys jumping about we headed off on foot down to the village where we were getting the minivan back to medan. There are only two places in the world to see Orangutans in their natural habitat; here in North Sumatra and Borneo, Malaysia. Apparently the best place to see them is in North Sumatra because they are protected here ...

    A month through Indonesia, our gateway to Asia!

    A travel blog entry by movi on Jan 06, 2015

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    ... celebrity. Regardless of all the posing and pictures we loved it, it was absolutely stunning in every sense of the word. Leaving the Borobodur behind we set off to the next temple, the Mendut (a small not so popular temple) and we were guaranteed by our driver that we would not have to pose as much there. He was right, the temple was not popular at all, there was just a Chinese family and us three (Marion, Ivo and a Japanese guy). We didn’t spend too much time at the ...

    The Land that Tourism Forgot

    A travel blog entry by jrm110675 on Sep 12, 2014

    8 photos

    ... beliefs and there are elaborate burial rituals which are reflected in graves all over the Lake Toba area. The architecture is also pretty impressive although most of the best examples are suspiciously recent looking hotels - more authentic examples are harder to find. The most famous grave is that of Raja Sidabutar, a convert king, who is buried alongside his ancestors in the traditional manner, but had a cross added ...

    Volunteer great time

    A travel blog entry by ed55555o on Aug 20, 2014

    ... things such as ...

    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 ...