Al Mashun Grand Mosque, Medan - Indonesia

Masjid Raya Al Mashun
Al Mashun Grand Mosque is another prominent religious attractions in the city of Medan is located on Masjid Raya Street, about two hundred meters from the location of the Maimun Palace. Al Mashun Grand Mosque built in the reign of Sultan Al Rashid Perkasa Alamsyah Ma’mum of the Deli Sultanate, the Sultanate of Deli land compensation fund that is used as a tobacco plantation area which was opened by a Dutch planter named Nienhuys in 1865.

Grand Mosque Al Mashun, with Moroccan-style design. Arstitek designer at the beginning was van Erp, who also designed the Palace Maimun, but then Dingemans appointed to draft a mosque after van Erp summoned to Java to help the work of restoration of Borobudur temple in Central Java. This mosque construction work began on August 21, 1906, and inaugurated during the Friday prayer on September 10, 1909.

Maimun Palace

Some say, hasn't been to Medan if not, enjoy the charm of the Maimun Palace . Icons of Medan which implies the rest of the Malay Sultanate of Deli splendor was fascinated with the various types of architecture but still thick Malay nuanced. Brig is located at Jalan Katamso, Maimun Palace can be reached just 30 minutes from the Polonia Airport and an hour from the Port of Belawan, Medan, North Sumatra.

Lake Toba, Parapat

Lake Toba is an immense volcanic lake covering an area of 1,707 sq km (1,000 sq km bigger than Singapore) with an island in the center. Formed by a gigantic volcanic eruption some 70,000 years ago, it is probably the largest resurgent caldera on Earth. Some studies say it might have been associated with causing previous ice age/climate change and the largest human population bottleneck ever. Genetic estimates suggests that there were only a few thousand individuals that survived the catastrophe. The island in the middle - Pulau Samosir - was joined to the caldera wall by a narrow isthmus, which was cut through to enable boats to pass; a road bridge crosses the cutting. Samosir island is the cultural centre of Batak tribe who are mostly Christians in the modern days.

Orang Utan at Bukit Lawang

Bukit Lawang is a small tourist village at the bank of Bahorok River in North Sumatra province of Indonesia. Situated approximately 86 km north-west ofMedan, Bukit Lawang is known for the largest animal sanctuary of Sumatran orangutan (around 5,000 orangutans occupy the area), and also the main access point to the Gunung Leuser National Park from the east side.

Bukit Lawang rehabilitation center for orangutans was founded in 1973. The main purpose is to preserve the decreasing number of orangutan population due to hunting, trading and deforestation.


Berastagi (meaning "rice store") is a town and subdistrict of Karo Regency situated on crossroads on the main route linking the Karo highlands of Northern Sumatra to the coastal city of Medan. The village rose to significance when Dutch settlers in Sumatra opened a boarding school there in the 1920s.

The main economic activities in Berastagi, centre on the colourful fruit and vegetable market and on tourism. Berastagi is famous for its passion fruit. The main attractions of the town are the two active volcanoes; Gunung Sibayak, with its hot springs, and Gunung Sinabung.

The town is also a stop on the way to Lake Toba. The dominant ethnic and linguisitic group is Karo Batak.

Berastagi is 11 km from the Regency government in Kabanjahe.

Golf Course - Royal Sumatera

Medan is also a popular destination for Singaporeans and Malaysians for its for a Golf getaway as it is cheaper here, our visitors have requested information about Golf Courses in Medan.

And many more tourist objects and attractions here in north sumatera.

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