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Tour to Medan Lake Toba

With its cooling pleasant climate that comes with a high altitude and crystal clear water, Lake Toba welcomed Seketsians who have successfully won the free ticket to travel to this world renowned attraction. “Horas” is a popular greeting amongst native Orang Batak and is roughly translated into “welcome” or “good day”. Seketsians were quick to pick up this tradition. Seketsians visited many famous attractions and brought their endearing “Horas” greetings everywhere they went. Amongst the many attractions they visited, the most beautiful has to be the Sipiso Piso Waterfall that is surrounded by volcanoes emanating white smoke akin to clouds drifting by.

Other than having their fill of the local delicacies, Seketsians also bought many souvenirs on their trip.

Palace of Sultan is one of the best preserved palaces of its kind and has more than a century of history. The interior architecture draws upon a combination of Malay, Islamic, Spanish, Italian and Indian building styles. The unique sculpture as well as utensils and ware that display hints of Chinese influence lend a regal air to the palace.

Several Seketsians also celebrated their birthdays during the trip and the happy birthday songs permeate the air as well-wishes flowed freely.