Padang, the capital of Indonesia's West Sumatra province, lies on Sumatra's west coast. Its old quarter features Dutch colonial buildings and fishing boats around the Batang Arau port and river. The Museum Adityawarman displays regional artifacts in a traditional curved-roof structure with parklike grounds. The beach Pantai Air Manis is a well-known site to watch the sunset. It is strategically located in the heart of West Sumatra and connected to a port, which makes it an excellent transit point for people who want to visit neighboring islands and regions. Indonesia is a corner of paradise on earth, with stunning landscapes and magical places. If you are visiting Padang, you have to be ready for breathtaking views and relaxing beaches.
Discover Sumatra, one of the most important island in Indonesia. The island is rich of tropical landscapes with limpid crater lakes, enchanting wildlife, and bustling cities). Start in the The "Island of the Gods"; Bali, and after that, flight to Sumatra Island and there, explore; Palembang (capital of South Sumatra; it is located next to the Musi River and has a lot of local food specialties. The city is especially known for the Ampera bridge and the many cultural things you can do); then, Padang (main gateway to the Minang highlands and widely known for its Minangkabau culture, cuisine, and sunset beaches); and finally, Medan ("Indonesia's third largest city, renowned as Paris van Sumatra due to its flawless mixture of Dutch-colonial charm and the modern life of a metropolitan city). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.