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Its interesting to see how an original Batakhouse looks from the inside.
The museum had some Nice stuff, but there was only and explanation in English so we didnt understand it.
They didnt perform the dance while we were there. And there wasnt much more...More
We went for the performance of traditional dancing (10.30am daily). It was good, not outstanding but good. After we saw a rehersal of a dance by 20 local school kids which we actually enjoyed much more.
However it is authentic and the buildings worth a...More
It was alright. I mean, we can't really complain that the Batak culture has boring dance moves, so it was nice that at one point they asked the audience to join their dancing. It's a cute experience and my family had fun. Just see it...More
Wonderful experience. I learned so much about Batak culture and people. Next door there is a lovely coffee shop run by the daughter-in-law of the last king. Visiting with her in her home was a highlight of our trip
I visited this museum on January 2018, I see many heritages of Batak Culture in this museum that are used by the ancestors of Batak Tribe in their activities. The museum is located at Simanindo Village. I only pay 10k. It's cheap price for me...More
A much better traditional dance experience than Sigale Sigale near Toba beach. There's a significant cast of villagers and a real buffalo. A lot of tourists arrive here by tour boat (I rode a motorcycle). There is shaded seating if you get there a little...More
The museum is housed in a traditional Batak style house. It was filled almost to overflowing with items and artifacts from the Batak past. ancient cloths and fabric. stone sculptures, a variety of tools, food preparation items. It doesn't take very long to go through...More