Port of 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 North Sumatra, Lake Toba.

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Port Code IDBLW
003º47´20” N to 98º42´08"E
GMT +7 Cruise, Ferry and Cargo Up to 2,500 passengers/984m2
Anchorage
03º54´15” N to 098º44´55"E.
Radio Communication
VHF: Belawan Radio/PKB Channel 16
Channel
Length: 12,500 meters
Depth: -7m00 LWS to -8.50m00 LWS
Width: 100m
Berth (Caison Pier)
Number: 1 (One)
Length: 1,500 meters
Depth: -7m00 LWS to -11m00 LWS
Max LOA: 200m
Bollard
Number
Capacity
Wharf
320m
Turning Basin
Minimum Depth: -7mLWS to -11.5m LWS Area of Basin: 4,287,500m2
CLOSEST Kuala Namu International Airport (KNO) / (27 Km)
CLOSEST Medan City (24 Km)
HOSPITAL 1. General Hospital Delima (11.5km)
2. General Hospital Mitra Medika (18.6 Km)
3. Imelda General Hospital Indonesian Workers (19.2 Km)
4. Siloam Hospital of Dhirga Surya (23.8 Km)
5. Advent Hospital Medan (26.1 Km)
6. Murni Teguh Memorial Hospital (23 Km)
7. Royal Prima Hospital (27 Km).
8. Rumah Sakit Universitas Sumatra Utara (27 Km).
Port Operator Indonesia Port Corporation/PELINDO I:
Jl. Krakatau Ujung No. 100 Medan,
North Sumatra 20241, Indonesia
Phone : +62 61 661 0220/+62 61 6610906
Website : https://www.pelindo1.co.id/id/Default.aspx
Email : pelabuhan1@pelindo1.co.id

Kantor Otoritas Pelabuhan Utama Belawan
Pelabuhan Belawan, Jl. Suar No. 1, Belawan I,
Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Phone : +62 61 6941051
Immigration Office Medan Immigration Office
Address: Jl. Gatot Subroto Km 6, No. 268A, Sei Sikambing C. II, Medan 20123, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Phone: +62 61 8452112
Customs Office Belawan Customs Office
Address: Jl. Anggada II No. 2, Belawan,
Medan 20411, North Sumatra, Indonesia
Phone : +62 61 6941906
Website: http://bctemas.beacukai.go.id/
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Emergency Contact Numbers Police : +62 61 6941585 / +62 61 6941110
Ambulance : +62 61 6941927
Fire Brigade : +62 61 6941915
Hospital : +62 61 6941906 / +62 61 6941927
Security : +62 61 6941652
Coast Guard : +62 61 6941652
Port Operator: +62 61 941919
Harbour Master: +62 61 6942375
Port Authorities: +62 61 6941051
Rupiah (IDR)

For most current and prevailing Tariff for Port of Belawan,  please contact:   

PELINDO I
Website : www.pelindo1.co.id
Email :pelabuhan1@pelindo1.co.id

The most recent government regulation of Port Tariff issued by the Ministry of Transportation, Republic of Indonesia can be viewed here

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Places of Interest Around Belawan


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 access road to Medan. It is 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 1800s 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.

Merdeka Walk

(41 minutes by car, via toll road)
Medan is the home of many delicious dishes, from its Soto Kesawan to its snakehead soup. The Merdeka Walk provides a wide variety of delicacies in a single street. This is suitable for group outings.

Tjong A Fie Mansion

(45 minutes by car, via toll road)
Similar to the Tjong Fat Tze Mansion in Malaysia, the Tjong A Fie Mansion offers a view into the bustling Medan lifestyle in the 1900s. This mansion is renowned for its magnificent decorations and lush gardens.

Istana Maimun

(49 minutes by car, via toll road)
Istana Maimun is the royal palace of the Deli Sultanate, which is now open for public. Visitors can wear traditional clothing and take pictures in the throne room for a small fee.

State Museum of North Sumatra

(43 minutes by car, via toll road)
This museum holds extensive information on the rich culture and history of North Sumatra. It displays the Hindu, Buddhist, Muslim, and Dutch influences in its exhibits.

Lake Toba

(3 hours 47 minutes by car, via toll road)
Despite its distance from the city center, the majestic charm of this giant crater lake is worth every moment of the journey. The area also boasts waterfalls and hot springs in the vicinity. Disclaimer: due to the distance and travel time, visitors may not have a long time to explore the area. Please consult your tour operator.

Pajak Singkong

(15 minutes on foot)
Belawan is famous for its ceramic imports, and this particular market boasts a wide range of ceramic glasswares and decorations at a very competitive price. Marvel at the intricate patterns in vibrant hues and be sure to wrap your purchases properly to avoid breakage.

Ahmad Yani Street

(45 minutes by car, via toll road)
A mere stone's throw away from the train station, this area offers a whole street worth of souvenir options for visitors to choose and take home. Support local artists and purchase unique hand carvings and handicrafts by the locals of Medan. Please note that this attraction is located in Medan and is accessible via toll road.

Central Pasar

(46 minutes by car, via toll road)
Experience the hustle and bustle of a traditional market in Medan, in a historical complex built in 1932. Visitors can haggle and purchase various traditional souvenirs, and munch on tasty local snacks that are available in the market's many food stalls.

Lippo Plaza Medan

(42 minutes by car, via toll road)
Sprawling over 12,000 sq km, this shopping center is home to many national and international stores, restaurants, and amenities. With full WiFi connection, the mall provides exceptional Internet access to its visitors. Additionally, the mall is also a regular venue for workshops and art exhibitions in Medan. Please note that this attraction is located in Medan and is accessible via toll road.
PELINDO I (Indonesia Port Corporation – Region I)

Jl. Krakatau Ujung No. 100 Medan 20241, North Sumatra, Indonesia

Phone : +62 61 661 0220/+62 61 6610906

The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (BAKAMLA)

Established in 1972, The Indonesian Maritime Security Agency (Badan Keamanan Laut Republik Indonesia) is a maritime patrol and rescue agency of the Republic of Indonesia.

Jl. Proklamasi No.56, RT.10/RW.2, Pegangsaan, Menteng, Jakarta 10320, Indonesia

Indonesian Naval Hydrographic And Oceanographic Center (PUSHIDROSAL)

Pushidrosal is the authority to serve as the official provider of hydro-oceanographic activities, including oceanographic data, map, publications and navigation safety, both military and public, in Indonesia. This authority reports to the Chief of Staff of the Indonesian Navy.

Address (Headquarter)
Jln. Pantai Kuta V/1 Ancol Timur, Jakarta Utara- Indonesia

Directorate General of Sea Transportation, Ministry of Transportation (HUBLA)

Directorate General of Sea Transportation is part of the Ministry of Transportation of Republic of Indonesia and has a primary task in formulating and executing technical policies and standardization of sea transportation in Indonesia.

Address (Headquarter)
Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat No.8, Gambir, Jakarta 10110, Indonesia

Andhika GAC Indonesia (Shipping Agent)

Wisma Staco, 2nd Floor, Suite 201, Jl. Casablanca Kav. 18, Jakarta 12870, Indonesia

Phone : +62 811 9700083

PT. Samudera Indonesia Tbk (Ship Chandler and Husbandry, Ship Agency)

Samudera Logistic Center: Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Gambion, Belawan, Medan, Indonesia 20411

PT Samudera Sarana Logistik Jl. Raya Pelabuhan Gambion, Belawan, Medan 20411, Indonesia

Phone : +62 61 6940044
Phone : +62 61 6942294
Fax : +62 61 6944446

PT. Trans Lintas Sentosa (bunker supply, ship supplies, ship repairs, husbandry works)

Mayapada Tower 11th Floor, Suite 2501, Jl. Jend. Sudirman Kav 28, Jakarta 12920, Indonesia

Phone : +62 21 52897438
Fax : +62 21 52897399

PT. United Marine Indonesia (Maritime Services & Supplies, Ship Chandler and Husbandry)

Jl. Bulak Rukem Timur 2J No. 5, Surabaya, Indonesia

Phone : +62 31 99924123
Mobile : +62 819 9959 3557

Angkasa Tour & Travel Medan

Jl. Pukat VIII, Bantan Tim, Medan Tembung, Medan, North Sumatra 20224, Indonesia
Jl. Gajah No. 75, Medan, North Sumatra 20224, Indonesia
Jl. HM. Yamin, Medan, North Sumatra 20224, Indonesia

Phone : +62 61 7321188 ; +62 61 888 19888

Asian Medan Tour & Travel

Uniplaza Building, Jl. Letjend MT. Haryono No A-1, Medan 20217 North Sumatra, Indonesia

Phone : +62 821 66082390, +62 61 4155698, +62 821 66082390

Dwidaya Tour Medan

Jl. Brigjen Katamso No. 90, Medan, North Sumatra, Indonesia 20151

Phone : +62 61 4526198, +62 21 1500 383

Website : https://www.dwidayatour.co.id/ Email : (Management Office) info@dwidayatravel.com (Dwidayatour Customer Care) cs@dwidayatravel.com (Divisi E-commerce) online@dwidayatravel.com

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