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Medan Flights Guide

Medan, IndonesiaMost tourists pass Medan on the way to popular destinations like Penang and Lake Toba. The city's pollution and poverty can be a bit of a shock at first, however, with relatively few Western tourists, Medan can be the ideal place to dig a little deeper into genuine Indonesian culture.

With a mixture of ethnic groups ranging from Chinese and Indian, to Javanese and Toba-Batak, it's easy to see why Medan is considered a foodie city among Indonesians. There are countless food streets and hawker centers throughout the city, where you'll find authentic cuisine that represent these diverse ethnic groups. Fans of hot and spicy food will find a lot of things to love about this city's cuisine. Medan and North Sumatra are also famous for durian, the legendary smelly fruit that is passionately loved and loathed by so many.

Medan has a public bus system, but it's relatively unreliable and difficult to navigate. It's far easier to get around by becak (pedicab) or taxi. Few drivers speak English, however, if you point to where you want to go on a map, you should be able to get there. Like elsewhere in Southeast Asia, it's important to agree on a price in advance, or in the case of taxis, ask the driver to put the meter on.

A two-storey building with a smaller seven storey tower, striking Graha Maria Annai Velangkanni is an interesting example of Indo-Mogul architecture. There's also the stunning hand-painted ceiling of Tjong A Fie Mansion, and historical Maimun Palace, which mixes Islam, Spanish, Indian and Italian styles.



Medan is home to many Dutch colonial era buildings in various states of preservation, a surprising number of green parks and lawns, along with rundown shops interspersed with more modern shopping centers. Big shopping centers like Cambridge City Square and Sun Plaza offer a mix of high-end goods and knock-off products. There are also dozens of traditional markets found throughout the city, where you'll find fruits, vegetables, handicrafts, and antiques.




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