Palembang Vacations

Indonesia
Palembang, the second largest town on Sumatra after Medan, was once the celebrated seat of the rich and powerful Srivijaya kingdom, that for more than three centuries - from the 9th to the 11th century - reigned supreme over the Sumatra seas up to and including the strategic Straits of …

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Things to see and do in Palembang

Ben Beh | Trip by SkyscannerPalembang Square
Palembang Square
jagoaneon | Trip by SkyscannerKampung Arab
Kampung Arab
Yanti | Trip by SkyscannerAmpera Bridge
Ampera Bridge
Yanti | Trip by SkyscannerMusi River
Musi River
Yanti | Trip by SkyscannerPulau Kemaro
Pulau Kemaro
Presidencia de la República Mexicana | FlickrDokter Gigi Thomas
Dokter Gigi Thomas
channdayani | Trip by SkyscannerVihara Hok Tjing Bio
Vihara Hok Tjing Bio
baka_neko_baka | FlickrUniversitas Sriwijaya
Universitas Sriwijaya

Reviews of Palembang

Yanti
YantiJakarta, Indonesia
21/11/2013

Palembang is the capital city of South Sumatra. The area is rich with natural resources and are the base of many coal mining operations, oil palm plantation, fertilizer company as well as oil and gas operation. It is also rich in culture given the presence of Sriwijaya Kingdom hundreds of years ago. It is well known for its fish cakes (mpek mpek) as well as Songket (woven cloth with rich colored and goldish thread). This is one of the places in Indonesia where you can still find traditional wooden house

Hamdi Rezpector'
Hamdi Rezpector'Palembang
25/06/2012

Palembang city is very beautiful, so I hope you guys like to visit Palembang

channdayani
channdayaniJakarta, Indonesia
29/02/2012

The exotic city Palembang is the capital city of South Sumatra Province in Indonesia. Palembang is one of the oldest cities in Indonesia with a lot of history as a capital of a maritime empire. Palembang is the second-largest city in Sumatra after Medan and the seventh-largest city in Indonesia.

Thomas Lioe
Thomas LioeJakarta, Indonesia
30/07/2017

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