Campago Hotel

Address: Cempaka No.1, Bukittinggi, Sumatra, Indonesia | Resort
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This resort is located on Cempaka No.1, Bukittinggi.
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        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Bukittinggi

        Brastagi - Tobameer - Padang Sidempuan -Bukittingi

        A travel blog entry by esther.reidsma on Sep 18, 2015

        1 comment, 5 photos

        ... stopped and were invited upon the stage with the bride and groom for some pictures. We also had a look into the outdoor ' kitchen' where a lot of ladies were preparing the food for all the guest that still needed to arrive.
        We stopped at different local fruit and vegetable markets, and also little shops next to the road. This is where I had my first (and last) taste of a durian. A fruit which I have always been able to stay away from, till now... And to mine opinion, ...

        Indonesia - Bukittinggi

        A travel blog entry by thailand_dream on Sep 07, 2015

        67 photos

        ... before making my way to Padang Panjang to see Minang Kabau Village. Here lies a lovely example of a building built in the traditional architecture of West Sumatra.

        There were a few other things i'd wanted to see and do during my stay in Bukittinggi, namely, visit the Harau Valley. But with the issue of smoke, there was little point. It's a big problem in North and West Sumatra now and is the worst it's ever been. This is due to ...

        Great day with the Payakumbuh teachers & students

        A travel blog entry by tom_hannah on Apr 17, 2015

        25 photos

        ... back at the school and after we'd had a bit of a tour, the students headed off to their homes and dorms. We had a fantastic time chatting with (and Hannah singing with) them and now have plenty of them as Facebook friends!

        We then headed off with the teachers who had offered to take us to the ...

        It is all about the journey, not the destination

        A travel blog entry by kathabe on Mar 17, 2015

        10 photos

        ... try local palm wine, which was mixed with some things and somehow tasted like an isotonic drink...On
        the way back, our guides wanted to show us some wild gibbons. When we found
        out that they were not wild but captured we politely declined. This was
        nothing we wanted to see. Our guides did not understand: Gibbons are good
        for getting coconut from the was nearly impossible to
        explain them that in ...

        Paragliding, motorbike accident and EARTHQUAKE

        A travel blog entry by hayclarketravel on Sep 08, 2014

        13 photos

        ... under 10 pounds with helmets haha. They have not taught me how to ride only how to start it so its sort of learn as you go here and today well was a learning curve. Very early on I stopped to ask for directions as again nothing is signposted and a truck pulled up on the opposite side next to me. When I was ready to go he kept signally for me to go but the gap was smaller than I liked. In the end I went as he wasn't going to. I did a wobble and me and Kirstys right legs hit ...