Visiting a Famous Tele Tower in Samosir

Samosir is quite related to Toba Lake. Though, you can explore other attractions. As for reference, you can visit Tele Tower. Usually, visitors are able to enjoy the beauty of Toba Lake from Parapat. There is another way. It is from the top of the tower. Not only you can see the lake, but you are able to witness other attractions. This includes the famous Pusuk Buhit Mountain. It is one of the best tourist spots in Samosir. Both the locals and foreigners come to the tower during holidays. You should also try it.

Enjoy the Mesmerizing Views from the Tower
The main attraction is the view of Toba Lake. That means Tele Tower becomes a perfect place to relax and enjoy the scenery. The tower was built in 1988 and it has become quite popular over time. The green hills cover mostly the part of the lake. They are quite calming. The tower has 4 different levels. The highest level is the most favorite place for witnessing the scenery. It features clear glasses, so you can see outside openly. Sometimes, the glasses are stained and dusty. If this happens, it is better to go to the lower level.

The best thing to do in Tele Tower is photography. Regardless of your skills, you should not miss an opportunity to take beautiful pictures from the tower. Make sure that you come in fine weather. It is also important to use a good camera. As for an accessory, a wide lens is compulsory. It helps you capture a wide panorama from the tower. The other items are a tripod and a filter. Since the temperature can be quite chilling, you need to wear warm clothes.

Tele Tower features many beautiful views. Apart from the lake, it offers stunning rice fields and Pusuk Buhit Mountain. Not to mention you can see some waterfalls, which are situated near to Toba Lake. They look so small from afar. There is an entry fee. The price varies and it depends on the season. Usually, it is more expensive during holidays. Mostly, visitors don’t spend too much time here. It is about 30 minutes to 2 hours. Some tourists spend much longer, though.

Once you enjoy your time here, you can visit nearby attractions like Sidihoni Lake, Hobon Stone, and much more. At the end of the day, you must visit nearby villages. It is the time to enjoy local dishes. There are many local eateries, so you can try Batak’s specialties. These include Arsik and Saksang. The locals are friendly. Chances are that they may teach you some local cultures and language. Isn’t it great?

How to Get There
From Medan, you can directly head to Samosir Island. You can use any type of land transportation. A rented care is the best choice, as it is both comfortable and fast. The trip usually takes about 3 hours. No worries. The accessibility is quite excellent. However, it takes much concentration during the trip. The street is a little bit meandered. Due to this reason, hiring a driver becomes a good idea.

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