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Janjang Saribu (Great Wall of Koto Gadang)

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Creative and beautiful

This miniature of China's great wall is made as a bridge between Bukit Tinggi and the Village of... read more

Reviewed May 27, 2014
unee333
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Jakarta, Indonesia
Not well-maintained

Tips: - Better to go there via Taman Panorama, enters the Lobang Jepang, then exit to the street... read more

Reviewed July 17, 2016
diditvai
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17 Jul 2016
“Not well-maintained ”
29 Jun 2014
“Good Idea of Attraction But Not Well Managed”
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Reviewed July 17, 2016 via mobile

Tips: - Better to go there via Taman Panorama, enters the Lobang Jepang, then exit to the street, look for the red stone "janjang koto gadang" then walks for approx 10 mins then you'll find the cable bridge and the great wall across it The...More

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Reviewed June 29, 2014

Janjang Saribu meaning 1000 steps ladder. It is an attraction near Sianok Canyon Bukittinggi, connecting Bukik Apik panorama and the Sianok River in the valley. The view from Panorama was terrific but in the down side was well managed. The toilets were out of order.

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Reviewed May 27, 2014

This miniature of China's great wall is made as a bridge between Bukit Tinggi and the Village of Koto Gadang, dividing through the beutiful Sianok Canyon. Most of the kids in the village is walking through the uphills and downhills of the canyon before this...More

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