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Padang

Padang is a common transit point for surfers traveling to Batu Islands and Mentawai Islands, and for tourists visiting the West Sumatran highlands. Padang beach (known as Taplau or Tapi Lauik) which located from Samudra Street until Puruih, is well-known for its beautiful sunset and hundreds of food stalls.

Bungus bay, to the south of Padang, is suitable for swimming and boating. The Dragon Boat Festival is a major international sporting event that is held in Padang to promote tourism.

Adityawarman Museum specializes in the history and culture of the local Minangkabau ethnic group, and the main exhibits are housed within a Rumah Gadang style building. Batang (River) Kuranji flows in Padang and on top area of the river at Batu Busuk, Lambung Bukit sub-district is suitable for white water activities.

 

The cuisine of the Minangkabau people is commonly called Padang cuisine. Padang restaurants are common throughout the country and are famous for their spicy food. Padang food is usually cooked once per day, and all customers choose from those dishes, which are left out on display until no food is left. It is served in small portions of various dishes, but constituting, with rice, a complete meal.

Other popular destinations in Indonesia:

 

Bali
Bandung
Batam
Bintan Island
Bukit Tinggi
Bunaken Island
Denpasar
Flores
Gili Islands

Irian Jaya
Jakarta
Java
Krakatau Island
Kuta
Lombok
Maluku
Manado
Mentawai Island

Moyo Island
Nusa Dua
Nusa Tenggara
Padang
Sulawesi
Sumatra
Ubud
Yogyakarta

 

   

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