4D MEDAN, LAKE TOBA & BERASTAGI

Min 4 to Go
itinerary is not null

Sales period: Till 01 June 2019
Travel period: Till 30 June 2019

fr. SGD 338

Highlights

  • Return Airport Private Transfer
  • 1 Night Accommodation at Choice of Hotel in Samosir with Breakfast
  • 1 Night Accommodation at Choice of Hotel in Berastagi with Breakfast
  • 1 Night Accommodation at Choice of Hotel in Medan with Breakfast
  • Tours and Meals on Private Tour Basis with English Speaking Driver cum Guide
Lunch*/Dinner

Upon arrival at Kualanamu International Airport, transfer to Samosir. Along the way, you will visit the following attractions:

  • Local/Insight Experience: Try out an authentic Sumatran snack – “Lemang”, which consists of glutinous rice wrapped in banana leaves cooked in bamboo.
  • Paten: Take a break to shop for Siantar’s snacks, such as “Teng Teng”, “Ting Ting”, and more.

    Take a ferry ride across Lake Toba to Samosir Island (45minutes journey). Upon arrival, you will visit the following attractions:

  • Tomok Village: A traditional village known for its rows of traditional Batak houses that seem almost otherworldly, with its boat-shaped roof ridges that extend upwards. It also houses the large stone sarcophagus of Chief Sidabutar.
  • Ambarita: Known for its ancient court yard that was used by a local king as a court of justice a long time ago.

Thereafter, free at leisure after check-in.

ä Lunch at City Restaurant | ä Dinner at Hotel’s Restaurant

*Note: There is strictly NO refund/replacement of lunch and tour for late arrival after 14:00hours.

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

After breakfast, take a ferry ride to Parapat for your journey to Berastagi. Enjoy a scenic drive and soak up the cool atmosphere of Berastagi while visiting the following attractions:

  • Simarjarunjug Hill: Offers a beautiful view of Lake Toba that can be seen from the height of the hill. You may enjoy a cup of ginger tea and fried bananas at own expense.
  • Sipiso Piso Waterfall: Marvel at the plunge waterfall that drops about 120 metres into an impressive gorge below.
  • Central Fruits Market: Shop for fresh tropical fruits, such as banana, papaya, star fruit, and more.

Thereafter, free at leisure after check-in.

ä Lunch at Local Restaurant | ä Dinner at Hotel’s Restaurant or Similar

Breakfast/Lunch/Dinner

This morning, proceed to Medan. Enroute, visit the following places:

  • Taman Alam Lubini: A Buddhist temple that houses a replica of Shwedagon Pagoda.
  • Sun Plaza: Do some shopping or enjoy a session of traditional massage to relax after a long journey at own expense.

Thereafter, free at leisure after check-in.

ä Lunch at Kalasan Restaurant | ä Dinner at Lucky King Restaurant

Breakfast

Today, embark on a Medan city orientation. You will visit the following places:

  • Great Mosque of Medan: An impressive sight that is completed with Arabesque domes and crystal chandeliers.
  • Maimoon Palace: An instana of the Sultanate of Deli that features Italian, Malay, and Nughal influences and is one of Indonesia’s most beautiful palaces.
  • Tjong A Fie Mansion: A registered historical landmark that features Art Deco, Chinese, and Malay architecture style.
  • Jalan Jenderal Ahmad Yani: The old Chinatown of Medan where you can educate yourself about Medan and soak up some of their culture.

Thereafter, transfer to the airport for your flight home.

ä Lunch at Istana Krakatau

  • All arrangements are subjected to availability and confirmation and prices are subjected to change without prior notice.
  • Free Lunch on First/Last Day
  • Sequence of itinerary is subjected to change.
  • Tour fare excludes air ticket, personal expenses, travel insurance, and travel visa.
  • Chinese Speaking Guide is on request basis. A top-up of S$120/Guide is required.
  • Tipping (To be collected upon booking):
    • English Speaking Driver: S$20/PAX/TRIP
    • Chinese Speaking Driver: S$20/PAX/TRIP 

 

NOTE: Prices exclude airport taxes & surcharges. All hotel & seats reservations are subject to availability. Any increase in room rates arising from the events and conventions shall be borne by customers.