Getting away from it all in West Sumatra
PREMIUM Imbulun Sangir Waterfall: Photo by Adji K West Sumatra's natural beauty has long had regional cachet, even dating back to the early 1900s during the Dutch Colonial era. It abounds with mountains, valleys, rivers, springs, caves and forests. One regency in the province, Solok Selatan, or South Solok, has them all. Recently we traveled through Solok Selatan for five days to see for o...
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