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Recommended Tourist Attractions in Medan Indonesia
Indonesia as a tropical and archipelagic country that is rich in natural beauty from Sabang to Merauke, has become one of the destinations for foreign tourists to visit and enjoy tourist attractions in our beloved country.
However, not only foreign tourists like and often visit domestic tourist attractions but also the Indonesian people themselves. Especially if the weekend or school holidays arrive, various tourist attractions will be full of visitors. Well, since we are discussing tourist attractions, we have managed to summarize some of the tourist attractions in Medan below:
Tjong A Fie Mansion
The first recommended tourist spot in Medan is Tjong A Fie Mansion. The building where Tjong A Fie lives is a tourist spot in Medan which was built in the late 19th to early 20th centuries and is still standing strong today. It is located on Jalan Ahmad Yani, No. 105, Kesawan, Medan.
Referring to the publication of the Medan Archaeological Center, the gate of Tjong A Fie Mansion has the characteristics of a Chinese building with ornaments on the top of the roof and the placement of two lion statues in front of the gate, each on the right and left.
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Inle Lake, Myanmar
This more than 13 mile long lake has a variety of attractions. Around the lake, you can take classes on local crafts that the locals offer on their boats.
You can also find floating land owned by local residents planted with vegetables. Not to mention the floating house which is the mainstay of local residents.
Ko Lanta, Thailand
Usually, tourists will visit big islands like Ko Tao or Ko Phangan. But, if you want to enjoy a different atmosphere, you need to visit Ko Lanta.
Still relatively quiet, this place offers serenity and a clean beach.
Cu Chi Tunnel in Saigon, Vietnam
The Vietnamese army used this tunnel as a hiding place during the Vietnam war. Here, soldiers kept their food reserves during the war.
Many Vietnamese soldiers who contracted malaria were also treated in this tunnel. A trip to this place is guaranteed to make your hair stand on end.
Chiang Dao, Thailand
Chiang Dao is a paradise for nature lovers. This place has waterfalls, hot springs, and high cliffs. But, the main attraction of this place is the Chiang Dao cave.
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This is a must-visit location for those of you who like to hike. Sapa offers stunning views. The combination of the green grass and trees around the hills, plus the beautiful French architectural villa cannot be missed.
Sometimes, Sapa is also shrouded in fog which will make your climb even more unique.
Marina Bay Sands Hotel, Singapore
The hotel, which was built with a budget of no less than 5.7 million US Dollars, offers many entertainment attractions. There, you can complete your shopping desires at various leading outlets. There is also a concert hall which is often the venue for performances by famous artists.
On top of the building, this hotel has a yacht-shaped swimming pool that you should try. Swimming there gets your adrenaline pumping. It’s as if you will fall from the 57th floor into Singapore which is right below you.
Wat Rong Khun (white temple) in Chiang Rai, Thailand
Although it looks ancient, in fact this temple was only built in 1999 by a native Thai artist. The shape of this temple describes the process of human reincarnation.
You will find statues of outstretched hands around the temple. In addition, you can also find murals …Continue Reading...
Hidden Tourist Attractions in Southeast Asia that You Must Visit part 1
Southeast Asia is a favorite destination for backpackers from all over the world. Not only offers beautiful places, the cost of traveling in this region is also relatively cheap. Let’s prepare your notes to make a travel list this year. Here are recommendations for tourist attractions in Southeast Asia that are interesting but still rarely visited.
If you want to find a place that is green but still full of entertainment, Pai can be the place. Located in the mountainous region of northern Thailand, Pai offers a calm and comforting atmosphere at the same time.
In this place you can rent a motorbike to circle around the forest, visit waterfalls, dance at local bars and relax in a hammock.
Pu Qhuoc Island, Vietnam
Many people agree that Pu Qhuoc will soon become a favorite tourist destination in Vietnam. But don’t worry, at this time the beautiful beaches on this island are still relatively quiet. On this island, you can enjoy snorkeling and scuba diving on pristine beaches.
Don’t worry about transportation, in Pu Qhuoc you will easily find motorbike rentals. What are you waiting for, come quickly before Pu Qhuoc is packed with tourists!
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