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Flights to Astraksetra-Sumatra Island

Book flights to Astraksetra-Sumatra Island

Astraksetra isn't a city itself, but rather a location in Lampung province, on the southern tip of Sumatra island in Indonesia. It sits near the Tulang Bawang Regency, known for its agricultural production and Islamic Center. The climate in Astraksetra is tropical, with hot and humid weather year-round. Temperatures typically range from the low 80s to upper 80s Fahrenheit (around 27-31 degrees Celsius). There's a fair amount of rainfall throughout the year, with a wet season from November to March. While Astraksetra itself may not have a ton of sights for tourists, its location in Lampung does. The region offers opportunities to visit natural wonders like the Krakatoa volcano, historical sites, and beautiful beaches. You can also experience local customs and cuisine.

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Airports near Astraksetra-Sumatra Island

Reach Astraksetra-Sumatra Island your way. You can easily travel to Astraksetra-Sumatra Island using any of these 4 airports.

Kualanamu International Airport

Located in Medan, North Sumatra, Kualanamu International Airport is the closest major airport to Astraksetra. It is approximately a 4-hour drive from Astraksetra. KNO offers both domestic and international flights, making it a convenient option for travellers.

KNO

Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport

Situated in Pekanbaru, Riau, Sultan Syarif Kasim II International Airport is another viable option for travellers heading to Astraksetra. It is approximately a 6-hour drive from Astraksetra. PKU serves both domestic and limited international flights.

PKU

Minangkabau International Airport

Located in Padang, West Sumatra, Minangkabau International Airport is a bit further from Astraksetra, approximately an 8-hour drive away. If you choose to fly to PDG, you may need to take a connecting flight to a more local airport closer to Astraksetra.

PDG

Soekarno-Hatta International Airport

Although not as close as the previous options, Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta is the busiest airport in Indonesia and offers numerous domestic and international flights. From CGK, you can take a connecting flight to a more local airport near Astraksetra.

CGK
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Things to do in Astraksetra-Sumatra Island

Discovering the many attractions of Astraksetra-Sumatra Island can be quite a task, so we've narrowed down our top 3:

Lake Toba (Danau Toba)

Lake Toba in Sumatra is a natural wonder. It's the largest volcanic lake globally, formed by a massive eruption. Visitors love its beauty, cool climate, and chance to explore Batak culture. Samosir Island showcases local life, traditional houses, and historical sites like King Siallagan's stone chairs. Relax, explore culture, and enjoy picturesque landscapes at Lake Toba.

Bukit Lawang

Bukit Lawang, a village near Gunung Leuser National Park, is renowned for its orangutan rehabilitation centre. Founded in 1973, the Bohorok Orangutan Centre aims to protect the declining Sumatran orangutan population. Explore the lush rainforest, spot diverse wildlife, and enjoy thrilling activities like river tubing and jungle trekking.

Nias Island (Pulau Nias)

Nias Island, off Sumatra's coast, is a surfer's paradise with world-class waves at Sorake Bay and Lagundri Bay. Explore traditional villages with unique architecture like Omo Hada houses. Witness traditional war dances and stone jumping rituals. Nias offers thrilling surf and enlightening cultural experiences.

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