About South Sumatra
South Sumatra is a province that hosts to many historical legacies with Palembang as its capital. Bordering with Jambi Province, this region has numerous tourists’ attractions that are ideal for family, couples, or those who loves natural tourism. Not only that, this province’s local foods are one of the reasons why tourists would want to come and taste directly from where it is originated.
If North Sumatra has Toba Lake, South Sumatra has Ranau Lake – the second-biggest lake in Sumatra Island, where tourists can try the natural hot spring in Marisa Island located in the center of the lake. Don’t forget to complete your visit in South Sumatr...