Bukit Lawang is one of the tourist destinations in North Sumatra which has many features in one location. The location of Bukit Lawang is still in Gunung Leuser National Park area, about 85 kilometers from Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia.
Bukit Lawang is known as an observation location for Sumatran Orang Utan habitat. The origin of Bukit Lawang is breeding grounds for these primates, but for some reason, the captivity was closed. But don't worry, if you are lucky, You can still meet this particular animal.
Almost all people around Bukit Lawang know every corner of Bukit Lawang attractions. If you need anything about Bukit Lawang travel information, dont worry, because they will be happy to help. It can be said that the people around are already very aware of tourism.
Some activities you can do in Bukit Lawang: 1. Tubing
3. Enjoy the waterfalls
4. Observe the Wildlife of the National Park
This is my second time trekking in more than 15 years I didn’t do it. I take trekking a day, the forest is very challenging, needs strong physical. We met with several Orang Utans, some types of monkeys and birds.
Very satisfied with this trekking, maybe another time want to try trekking by staying in the forest. So, for those of you who want to spend your vacation and enjoy the view of Bukit Lawang, don't forget to invite friends, friends and family, so that your vacation will be more exciting.
One of the most famous tourist destinations in North Sumatra, Indonesia is Bukit Lawang. Nature tourism is within the Gunung Leuser National Park area, Langkat Regency,here you will really be invited to adventure through the jungle, including seeing the orangutan's natural habitat.
Bukit Lawang is not only visited by domestic tourists, but also foreign tourists. Based on data from the North Sumatra Tourism Office, foreign tourists who often visit are tourists from the United States, France, the Netherlands, Britain and the Netherlands. In addition to an adventure trip to orangutan captivity, there are several more trips such as tours to Kampret Cave and Survival Tour which is done for a week to feel a deeper forest sensation. The Survival Tour will bring you closer with the opportunity to meet wildlife such as tigers and elephants.