Places to visit



The capital of West Sumatra , Padang is the gateway to the Minang highlands. With the largest port on Sumatra’s West Coast, this is a merchant town attracting ships trading in goods such as rubber, cinnamon, coffee, tee, cement and coal. If you take a stroll down to the old colonial waterfront you’ll see century old warehouses stocked with fragrant cinammon and other spices waiting to be shipped to Jakarta and Singapore.  
The Batang Arau River flows through the city and it is quite a sight to see the collection of small boats and hand paddled ferries that line the riverside.

Or you can do some diving activities in Padang. Go this link if you want to see more information about it.

To Stay

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Pangeran Beach Hotel

Jl. Ir. H. Juanda No 79, 54613 Padang

Diniya Suasso Design Hotel & Restaurant

Jl. Asahan No.7 25114 Padang West Sumatera

Diniya Suasso Hotel

Jalan Asahan No 7, 25114 Padang

d'Dhave Hotel

Jalan Purus IV No.12A, 25146 Padang

Mercure Padang

Jln. Purus Iv, 8 Padang, Padang, Indonesia, 25116 Padang

The Sriwijaya Hotel

Jalan Veteran no. 26, 25000 Padang

Mervit Hotel

Jalan Purus 2 no. 6, 25115 Padang

Djakarta Hotel

Jalan Belakang Olo No.57, 25114 Padang

Rocky Plaza Hotel Padang

Jl. Permindo no. 40, 25000 Padang

Aerowisata Premier Basko Hotel

Jalan Prof Dr Hamka No 2A, 25132 Padang

Hotel Hangtuah

Jl. Pemuda No.1, 25117 Padang

Bunda Hotel Padang

Jl. Bundo Kanduang No.19, 25117 Padang

To Stay

There are a range of accomodation options in Padang from budget to delux hotels.
The Buminang Hotel is a four star establishment, fully equipped with kareoke rooms.
The Inna Muara Hotel is a mid range centrally located hotel with rooms with air conditioning.


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