Mount Singgalang, Balingka, Iv Koto, Agam Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia
About Mount Singgalang
Singgalang is a volcano in West Sumatra, Indonesia. Its elevation is 2,877 m. It is a twin volcano with Mount Tandikat, which is located in the south-south-west of Singgalang. However, only Tandikat has had historical volcanic activity. There are 2 lakes at the summit, named Dewi (Goddess) and Kumbang (Beetle)
Attractions near Mount Singgalang
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.
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.
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.
The waterfall is part of the Batang Lurang River and it resides by the roadside on a highland. Lembah Anai Waterfall is one of the best allures in the local nature conservation area.
Puncak Lawang is a viewpoint located in Agam Regency, West Sumatra, Indonesia. This place offers a stunning panorama and a rejuvenating atmosphere to visitors.
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.
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