Tourism Offices of Sumatra

 

  • Aceh: Jl. Tengku Cik Kuota Karang No. 3, Banda Aceh. Phone. (62-651) 23691, 26206, 21108 Fax. 33723 http://www.aceh.net
  • North Sumatra: Jl. Jend. A. Yani No.107, Medan. 20111
    Phone. (061) 4538101, 4520559, 4524908 Fax. (061) 4528436
    www.northsumatratourism.info
  • Riau: Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 200, Pekanbaru Phone. (62-761) 31452, 40356, Fax. (62-761) 40356

    www.riau.go.id

  • Riau Archipelago : Jl. D. I Panjaitan km. 8 No. 12, Tj. Pinang - Kep. Riau

    Phone/Fax (62-771) 443377

  • West Sumatra: Jl. Khatib Sulaiman 7 Padang, Phone. (62-751) 7055711, 446282, Fax. 7055183

    http://www.minangkabautourism.info

  • South Sumatra:  Jl. Demang Lebar Daun Kav. IX, Palembang, Phone. (62-711) 356661, 311345, 357348 Fax. (62-711) 311544

    Website : www.sumsel.go.id

    e-mail : info@diparss.go.id
  • Jambi Jl. KH. Agus Salim, Kota Baru, Jambi

    Phone. (62-741) 445050

    Fax. (61-741) 445050 

    http://www.kotajambi.go.id

  • Bangka Belitung:  Jl. Jend. Sudirman 10, Pangkal Pinang, Bangka Belitung

    Phone: (62-717) 437705

    Fax: (62-717) 438850

    www.visitbangkabelitung.com

  • Bengkulu :Jl. P. Tendean 17 Bengkulu

    Phone. (62-736) 21272

    Fax. (62-736) 342200, 342100

    www.bengkulu.go.id

  • Lampung:  Jl. Jend. Sudirman No. 2

    Bandar Lampung

    Phone. (62-721) 26430

    Fax. (62-721) 266184

 

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