Two Minang kids playing traditional Minangkabau's music in Sanjay Villay, Bukittinggi. Photo by Indra Febriansyah.

Sanjay village: Two Minang kids playing traditional Minangkabau's music in Sanjay Villay, Bukittinggi. (Photo by Indra F.

Sikuai Island - The closest island to Padang, only 35 minutes away by boat. It is one of the most picturesque destinatio...

Sikuai Island - The closest island to Padang, only 35 minutes away by boat. It is one of the most picturesque destinations in West Sumatra with its untouched forest and easily accessible white sandy beaches.

The making of Kripik Sanjay or spicy cassava crackers originated from Sanjay Village in Bukittinggi. Photo by Indra Febr...

The making of Kripik Sanjay or spicy cassava crackers originated from Sanjay Village in Bukittinggi.

Anai Valley waterfall - On your way to Bukittinggi from Padang, you will not fail to be stunned by the majestic Anai val...

Anai Valley waterfall - On your way to Bukittinggi from Padang, you will not fail to be stunned by the majestic Anai val.

Mbah Soero Mining Tunnel in Sawahlunto. This coal-mining tunnel was first opened in 1898 by the Dutch; it once employed ...

Mbah Soero Mining Tunnel in Sawahlunto. This coal-mining tunnel was first opened in 1898 by the Dutch; it once employed .

The Pagaruyung Grand Palace is surrounded by Surau (small mosque) and tabuah (drum). Photo by Aldo Massali.

The Pagaruyung Grand Palace is surrounded by Surau (small mosque) and tabuah (drum). Photo by Aldo Massali.

The stone of Malin Kundang on the Air Manis Beach. The beach was popularized by the legend of Malin Kundang, a stone in ...

The stone of Malin Kundang on the Air Manis Beach. The beach was popularized by the legend of Malin Kundang, a stone in .

One stunning waterfall in Harau Valley. Photo by Indra Febriansyah.

One stunning waterfall in Harau Valley. Photo by Indra Febriansyah.

Makan bajamba, or eating together is a traditional custom that unites the Minangkabau’s community. The women prepare t...

Makan bajamba in Sanjay Village: It is a traditional custom that unites the Minangkabau’s community. The women prepare.


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