Batang Gadis National Park - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Batang Gadis National Park
Batang Gadis is a national park covering 1,080 km2 in North Sumatra province, Indonesia extending between 300 and 2,145 metres altitude. It is named after the Batang Gadis river that flows through the park. Signs of the endangered Sumatran tiger and the threatened Asian golden cat, leopard cat and clouded leopard were seen in the park. It is one of the adventurous and beautiful trekking and camping area in Sumatra.
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Attractions Near Batang Gadis National Park
Bahal temple I
64.24km from Batang Gadis National Park
Candi Bahal, also known as Biaro Bahal or Candi Portibi is Vajrayana Buddhist candi complex in Bahal village, Padang Bolak, Portibi, Padang Lawas Regency, North Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located about three hours journey with car from Padangsidempuan or 400 km from Medan. The complex includes three candis: Candi Bahal I, Candi Bahal II, and Candi Bahal III. The temple site is linked to Pannai Kingdom circa 11th to 13th century CE.
145.64km from Batang Gadis National Park
Puncak Lawang is a viewpoint located in Agam Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia. This place offers a stunning panorama and a rejuvenating atmosphere to visitors.
147.62km from Batang Gadis National Park
Lake Maninjau is a large caldera lake with several villages bordering it. The Maninjau caldera was formed by a volcanic eruption estimated to have occurred around 52,000 years ago. It is a great place to relax, experience local rural lifestyle, and watch the sunsets.
Jam Gadang Bukittinggi
157.15km from Batang Gadis National Park
Jam Gadang is located in central Bukittinggi, a city in the Minangkabau Highlands of West Sumatra. The structure was built in 1926, during the Dutch colonial era, as a gift from Queen Wilhelmina to the city's controller. It was designed by architects Yazid Abidin and Sutan Gigi Ameh.
Japanese Tunnel Bukittinggi
157.17km from Batang Gadis National Park
The Japanese tunnel is a protection tunnel built by the Japanese occupying army around 1942 for defense purposes. It is now one of the historical tourist attractions in the city of Bukittinggi, West Sumatra in Indonesia.
Janjang Koto Gadang
157.39km from Batang Gadis National Park
Janjang Koto Gadang is located in Bukittinggi, West Sumatra, Janjang Koto Gadang is one of the new destinations in Indonesia which is similar to China Grea Wall. Janjang Koto Gadang connects Bukittinggi and Agam district with a length of approximately 1 km.
Discover More Attractions in North Sumatra, Home of Batang Gadis National Park
North Sumatra is the fourth most-populous province after West Java, East Java and Central Java . it covers an area of 72,981 sq.km, and at the Census of 2015 it had a population of 13,923,262.