North Sumatra is the fourth-dense populated province after West java, East Java, and Central Java. Apart from its culture, this area also hosts some natural sightseeing that is very appealing for tourists like Lake Toba, Mount Sinabung, Sipisopiso Waterfall – one of the highest waterfall in Indonesia, Samosir Island, and Nias Island – great for sea activities like surfing and scuba diving.
Aside from that, this province is also renowned for its commodities like oil, palm oil, tea and rubber – produced in a substantial quantity, and fine tobaccos. The most unique thing about this province is most of the population here are The Batak which has a very interesting culture. One of it is how the locals put buffaloes’ head at the roof because it represents the common architectural of their houses.