Monday, 20 June 2011

Samosir Island

Samosir Island, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Tourist Attractions and Beaches in Indonesia
Samosir Island is a volcanic island in the middle of Lake Toba in North Sumatra province. An island in the island with an altitude of 1,000 meters above sea level makes this island into an island that attract tourists.

Tuktuk is the concentration of tourist centers on the island of Samosir. From Parapat, Tuktuk can be connected with the ferry crossing. In addition to water transportation, Samosir Island can also be reached by road via Pangururan the place where Samosir Island and the island of Sumatra in touch.

Samosir Island itself is located within the territory of the newly expanded Samosir regency in 2003 from ex-Toba Samosir regency.

In this island there are also two small lakes as the area attractions that Lake and Lake Aek Natonang Sidihoni which earned the nickname "the lake above the lake".