Berastagi (Dutch: Brastagi), meaning "rice store", is a town and district of Karo Regency situated on crossroads on the main route linking the Karo highlands of Northern Sumatra to the coastal city of Medan. Berastagi town is 70 kilometers south of Medan and about 1,300 meters above sea level. The village rose to significance when Dutch settlers in Sumatra opened a boarding school there in the 1920s. The main economic activities in Berastagi, centre on the colourful fruit and vegetable market and on tourism. Berastagi is famous for its passion fruit.The main attractions of the town are the two active volcanoes; Mount Sibayak, with its hot springs, and Mount Sinabung. Each mountain can be climbed in one day, but a guide is needed. The town is also a stop on the way to Lake Toba. The dominant ethnic and linguisitic group is Karo Batak. Berastagi is 11 km from the capital Karo Regency government in Kabanjahe. Airport bus from Kabanjahe directly to the new Kuala Namu International Airport v.v. is available.Wikipedia
Discover the beauty of the city's striking landscope, welcome to Berastagi, Indonesia. 1-2 days is an ideal duration of visit to Berastagi.
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