Belawan is a harbor in Medan, Indonesia. Located on the northeast coast of Sumatra, Belawan is Indonesia's busiest seaport outside of Java.
Medan is the capital of North Sumatra province in Indonesia. Located along the northeastern coast of Sumatra island, Medan is the fourth biggest city by population in Indonesia, behind Jakarta, Surabaya and Bandung. Medan is a popular tourist destination for history buffs and food lovers, and a gateway to another well-known destination in Nortrh Sumatera, Lake Toba.
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Siloam Dhirga Surya Hospital (24 Km)
Rumah Sakit Universitas Sumatera Utara (27 Km)
Royal Prima Hospital (27 Km)
Murni Teguh Memorial Hospital (23 Km)
Belawan is a port city near Medan, the provincial capital of North Sumatra. Northeastern coast of Sumatra. Located on the Deli River, the port is connected through an accessible road to Medan. It is a busy trading that is well-linked with Malaysia and Singapore.
The city of Medan itself was dubbed as the Paris of Sumatra by the Dutch during their occupation in the 1800’s due to its resemblance to Paris. Today, the area has gone through massive development in their access and infrastructure, while still retaining its architectural beauty and natural landscape. From the port of Belawan, visitors can experience the vibrant culture in its bustling city scene under the gleaming skies.
Also known as the Ocean Pacific Beach, Olo has a coastline of cemented short walls to contain the incoming waves. On that wall are benches where visitors can sit on to enjoy the calm waves in peace, or take a dip in those safe waters.
Attractions in Olo Beach include:
This island sitting by the Baharu river is spruced by mangrove vegetation planted along the waters. Whilst providing protection against erosion, the mangrove trees provides an ecosystem for surrounding aquatic animal and a pleasing visual beauty.
Attractions in Siba Island include:
As one of the ‘youngest’ beaches in the Medan area, opening in July 2015, this beach has replicas of cultural buildings of several ethnicities of the region as an added attraction and an opportunity to learn about the cultural aspects of the region.
Attractions in Cemara Kembar include: