I ordered the Bukit Lawang Orangutan tracking, trekking, and tubing activities from the owner of my hotel, Wisma Leuser Sibayak. This was part of my Bukit Lawang and Lake Toba Itinerary. Ricky, who was the representative of the hotel, was also my guide during the three hours activities which cost me 45 Euros ($52). Ricky, arranged everything, including the fruits for our snacks and the permit to enter the Gunung Leuser National Park. In the afternoon of January 14, after lunch, we started the trekking. Ricky’s associate or colleague Nuria joined us.
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This article is about my Bukit Lawang and Lake Toba five days and four nights Itinerary. The start point and endpoint of the trip were Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 (KLIA2) in Malaysia. Philippines Passport holders do not need a visa to enter Indonesia and are eligible to remain in Indonesia without a visa for 30 days.
departed KLIA2 via Air Asia flight number
QZ 129 at 08:40, Malaysia time. The flight duration was more or less an hour. At
8:45, Indonesian time, I arrived at Kualanamu
International Airport. Indonesia is an hour behind Malaysian time. The flight cost
me RM 52.55 (Malaysia Ringgit) or roughly $13 based on today’s rate.
The immigration officer asked me if it was my first time in
Indonesia and if I was alone. He also asked where I’d go.
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