Mega Inn - Tangkahan
* Mega Inn reviews (7 reviews)
Accommodation in Tangkahan
Mega Inn is located right where you cross the Batang River at Tangkahan, North Sumatra. The staff at Mega Inn are very friendly and really look after the guests..
Mega Inn Bungalow
Prices start from 50,000Rp and go up to 75,000Rp. There is an extra charge of 10% on top of the room which is donated to the local village.
Tangkahan Dc Namo Slalang Kode Pos 20852
Kec. Btang Serangan Kab. Langkat
Ph: +62 813 7021 1009
Last updated 21st January 2009
Review submitted 25th October 2011 from Jacqui and Kevin
We had a wonderful experience staying at Mega Inn during May 2010. Mega is a very friendly and helpful person. We had such a fun time washing the elephants in the river. Overall it was worth the pain of the long and bumpy bus trip. It was just lovely being out in the middle of nowhere and being off the beaten track. It's an experience that we will treasure forever.
Review submitted 15th April 2011 from Virili Elsa from France
Last year I spent few days in Mega-Inn with two friends. This is my best Indonesia\'s memories.
A little paradise in the heart of jungle : beautiful bungalows with beautiful gecko, delicious cooking , nice place to begin a travel.
We were given a warm welcome. Mega is a very friendly and honest person. I also remember Ingnata who is a very helpful boy and plays guitar and sings wonderfully nice. Thank you for your good mood Elsa (April 2010)
Review submitted 9th September 2010 from Steve
Indeed this is a natural paradise on the island of Sumatra with such a great vibe , friendly Indonesians who will show you everything in the area , we went in November 2009 an stayed here at Mega Inn , Pandik and Mega looked after us very well, first of all we had a snake visiting us for breakfast of which Mega said it bit him before and that its not poisonous, then elephants rides in the jungle then tubing down to a beautiful waterfall to have lunch then, on to the hot springs around the other side of the river, we saw pig tailed macaques and the strangest of insects , in the evening Pandik and Seprol played songs on the guitar and the following morning gibbons were jumping on the roof of the bungalow. this place is truly amazing
Review submitted 5th September 2010 from Lucy Curry
mega inn is such a lovely friendly place and very clean, with a beautiful garden, mega, nanda and the staff are so nice.... i really recommend it as a place to stay
Review submitted 7th August 2010 from Daniel
Best place in Sumatra! Ask for Inganta. He will sing the most beautiful Karo Batak song for you, with his guitar! Als Pandi is a great local guide and Mega (the owner) is a great guy!
Review submitted 29th April 2010 - from Emily Goldie
Mega Inn is a treasure in the Jungle. It is a fabulous place to bring children. The staff are so welcoming and helpful. Time goes very slowly as you watch the jungle life unfold around you. I highly recommend it to those who want to escape the pressures of life. It truly takes you back to nature and reminds you what life should be like! Beware of the bumpy trip in!
Review submitted 16th November 2009 - from Steve
Mega Inn is a very basic accommodation located in the tropical rainforest of Sumatra over looking the river. The people here are very warm and welcoming and good fun there is a beautiful waterfall nearby located up a lagoon, and hot springs and elephant trekking can be done here , food was good but limited choice as there is only electricity in the evening.. All in all a great place to stay with monkeys in the trees nearby, geckos and one morning a snake was looking at us as we were having breakfast
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