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Sumatra is one of the biggest islands in Indonesia. In ancient time, it was called as Swarnadwipa - the Island of Gold by the people. A tour of Sumatra is a must for any traveler, be it a globetrotter, vacationer, nature lover or history buff.

In Sumatra, every single province have their own distinctive culture and ethnic groups. Sumatra is divided into nine provinces: Aceh, North Sumatra, West Sumatra, Riau, Jambi, Bengkulu, Bangka-Belitung, Lampung and South Sumatra. Sumatra is especially a haven for the nature lovers as it is home to the Taman Nasional Gunung Leuser, one of the largest national parks in the world.

There are several good and inexpensive hotels available at most of the places in Sumatra, to cater to the diverse needs of the tourists.


There is something for every pocket with options ranging from budget choices -Bread and breakfast to expensive luxurious hotels. Here the tourists will find all the facilities that they expect from a first class western style hotel.

Considering that Sumatra is dominated by Muslim population, beef – a delicacy for this sect, is the most used material in the cuisine of Sumatra. The food served in most restaurants is steaming hot and there is ample use of coconut oil in making curries. The food quality is superior like in any other place in Indonesia, and the food bill will not dig too much on your pocket either. International cuisine can be expected in the larger cities only.

As pork is prohibited for Muslims you won't find any cuisine made up of pork. The most famous cuisine here is Padang food, which is very spicy.

Other popular destinations in Indonesia:


Bintan Island
Bukit Tinggi
Bunaken Island
Gili Islands

Irian Jaya
Krakatau Island
Mentawai Island

Moyo Island
Nusa Dua
Nusa Tenggara



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