Tuk Tuk are the traditional villages that is a truly exotic village on the coast Lake Toba. Tuk Tuk within 4 kilometers from Tomok, Tuk Tuk lies fairly close to the gate of the island. In fact, Tuk Tuk be the resting place of the most favored by tourists both local and foreign during their vacation on the island. Arriving in Tuk Tuk, you might admire the arrangement of the village that are quite neat and clean, which is able to be a magnet that you willing to stop by and enjoy your evening on the island.

Tuk Tuk, you can also find a wide range of Batak culture, including handicrafts such as a dazzling Batak wood carving, many kinds of Ulos, you can also enjoy music and dance performances of traditional Batak that is played by Gondang and displayed through dance tor tor. To get to the Village starting from Parapat town takes about 4 hours from Medan by private or rental car. You can also take train to serve Medan-Pematang Siantar, then takes bus from Parapat, which takes about 2 hours. The buses also take passengers from Medan to Parapat via Lubuk Pakam, Tebing Tinggi and Pematang Siantar. Along the routes, enjoy the panorama of oil palm and rubber trees. From Parapat, ferries take passenger to Tuk Tuk to the pier near the major hotels.

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North Sumatra isn’t only about Toba Lake and Batak Tribe. The island also holds some historical sites like Hutabolon Museum. It is a well-known tourist spot in Simanindo Village. You can reach it by visiting Samosir Regency. What makes the museum popular? Actually, it was a traditional house. Also, it is the inheritance of Sidauruk King. The government turned this house into a museum in 1969. The museum is surrounded by several traditional houses. It features some reminiscences of Batak tradition. These include Solu Bolon (a traditional boat), tunggal panaluan, and much more.