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May to June is the more festive months in Medan, with festivals like the Duan Wu Jie/ the Dragon Boat Festival filling the city with joy. During the Duan Wu Jie, the residents of Medan gather in town square and celebrates the festival with dragon puppet shows while eating Bak Cang, a very flavorful traditional delicacy. If you plan ahead for the flights and the hotels, December is a nice time to visit, too. The town is more lively in preparation for Christmas and the New Year’s Eve. Plus, there will the famous Durian Festival, involving more than 8.000 pieces of durian.
  • Selat Panjang Chinatown: Your tastebuds will thank you after a visit to this culinary mecca. Hokkien Mee, Hainanese Duck Rice, Duck Bee Hoon Soup, Clam Pad Thai, Cimkong, Popia, Lo Mee, and Butter-fried Swikee are among the must-eats on this Chinatown. Be sure to watch your portion and not to overeat (although it seems impossible not to). Try the famous Mie Tong Sim. Jl. Selat Panjang, Medan
  • Kampung Madras: The Little India of Medan, Kampung Madras (formerly known as Kampung Keling) offers both historical and culinary attractions. Shri Mariamman temple is one of the historical landmark you can visit. Afterward, be sure to eat in nearby Indian restaurants. Don’t miss the Tandoori, Tikka Massala, Roghan Josh, and the Paneer Curry in Cahaya Baru and Jothi Curry House Banana Leaf.
  • OnDo Batak Grill One of the more premium Bataknese restaurants, OnDo Batak Grill is a must-visit if you’re feeling enthusiastic about Bataknese grilled pork. But if you’re not into porks, worry not, they also serve other great Bataknese dishes, Ikan Tinombur (grilled fish with andaliman and other Bataknese spice), and Ayam Pinadar (grilled chicken with blood, andaliman, and keffir lime).

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