Hobon Stone

Hobon Stone is a cultural and earth heritage site for Batak and Lake Toba. Located near the former residence of Si Raja Batak at Sianjur Mula Mula, Samosir, the stone is a geological object spewed out by the volcanic eruption 74,000 years ago. To see it on the map, click here. What’s Special Residents see […]

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Batak Museum at Tomok

batak museum tomok

Batak Museum at Tomok is a museum established in 2005. This museum resembles the Batak traditional house. To see it on the map, click here. What’s Special The museum has a range of collections related to the Batak lands. First, look at the statues and the small stone tables at the corner of the museum courtyard. These objects […]

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Guru Stone

guru stone

Guru Stone is a semi-floating rock located about 70 meters (230 ft) offshore Lake Toba in Pangaloan Village, Samosir. It has a diameter of about 50 meters (164 ft), a height of about 5 meters (16 ft), and a depth of about 3 meters (10 ft). It is about 1 hour from Tomok. To see […]

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Aek Sipitu Dai

aek sipitu dai

Aek Sipitu Dai is a fountain that has seven taps in Sianjur Mulamula Subdistrict, Samosir. Each stream of the water has a different flavor. Residents consider it a sacred place. To see it on the map, click here. What’s Special Aek Sipitu Dai is where local people often come for a blessing. They believe that the water […]

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Tuktuk Village

tuktuk village

Tuktuk Siadong Village (Tuktuk) is a tourist spot located in Sianindo Subdisctrict on Samosir island, which is about 6 hours from Medan. Many consider it the best place on Samosir. To see it on the map, click here. What’s Special Tuktuk is the busiest village on Samosir and where most foreign tourists stay. There are three reasons Tuktuk is the […]

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