A large and rugged island, home to busy industrial cities, vast agricultural plantations, and the world’s largest super-volcano. Stretching over 1,700 kilometres long, this elongated landmass is one of the largest islands in the archipelago and the 6th largest in the world. Sumatera’s rich volcanic history has resulted in a stunning landscape as well as fertile volcanic soil. The region is rich in gold and coal and is a top producer of palm oil, petroleum, and Indonesian coffee.
Beautiful Tropical Beaches On The Exotic Island of Bangka
Visit the beautiful island of Bangka to enjoy stunning and absolutely breathtaking beaches. Filled with a number of beaches, visitors can spend their time exploring one beach after another to their hearts content. Explore the island and create some amazing memories with some tasty local food and beautiful tropical beaches.
Fantastic Golf Courses and Duty Free Shopping in Batam
The island of Batam is a busy urban city in the South China Sea, just a few kilometers from Singapore across the Singapore Strait. The rapidly advancing island is an important hub in the Indonesia-Malaysia-Singapore free trade zone, and a popular weekend getaway for travellers from the Island-country of Singapore. The island is best known for its scenic golf courses, beautiful beaches, and abundance of duty-free shopping!
Jambi on Sumatera’s East Coast
The beautiful city of Jambi in Sumatera is a fascinating and exotic destination for both business and leisure travellers to the region. From discovering hidden temples to trekking rugged mountains, Jambi promises a trip that is filled with excitement and a lot of adventure. Plan your trip now and experience the beauty for yourself.
A Melting Pot of Food & Culture in Medan
Explore the city of Medan and visit the historical sites this city has to offer. Plan your next trip to this beautiful city and learn the history of every place you visit. While visiting the city, make sure to try the exotic cuisine that is offered. With dozens of food, from different multi-ethnic groups, Medan is a must-visit city in Indonesia for both foodies and history enthusiasts!
Explore The second largest city of Sumatra
Palembang is the second largest city on the island of Sumatra, second only to Medan. Located on the Musi River, it is one of the oldest cities in Indonesia. When in Palembang, it is a must to visit the Ampera Bridge, Musi River, Kemaro Island, Punti Kayu Forest Park, and the Great Mosque of Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin. Palembang is home to a vast collection of both natural and historic sites to keep you occupied during your trip.
The Port City of Pekanbaru
Pekanbaru is one of the largest cities in Sumatra, well known for being modern and clean, yet maintaining much of its unique cultural heritage and architecture. The name “Pekanbaru” derives from Indonesian words meaning “New Market,” due to its strategic trading position along the Strait of Malacca. The busy port city plays a primary role in the distribution of coffee and coal throughout the region.
THE HOME TO IRRESISTIBLY STUNNING BEACHES
Populated mostly by malay ethnic who speak Belitung dialects, Belitung island captivates traveler to enjoy its pristine white sands beaches completed with the stunning turquoise sea that you can jump in to enjoy snorkeling around. Driving away from the airport for about 1 hour, you will be served with the beauty of Tanjung Kelayang and Tanjung Tinggi beaches. This is the island that you cannot miss to feel the real vibe of island life in Indonesia.