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King Siallagan's Stone Chair, Ambarita

(3.8/5 based on 35+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • This place reeks of mysticalism, of an age long ago where Kings would execute criminals and witchdoctors were a prominent and respectable position within the King's court. My advise is to hire a guide...  more »
  • This place is kind of weird. Stone chairs presented there are thought to be the village justice court and were claimed to be very old although there's no proof of their actual age. Then there's old Ba...  more »
  • asyik, ada sesi utk nari barengan, lgkp dg peminjaman ulos dan ikat kepala gratis... bbrp rumah adat berjejer rapi, cocok utk spot foto... tiket cm 6rb...  more »
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  • Not only does this site keep the megalithic heritage of Toba and its early people, it also post a comprehensive map for tourists summarizing the geological history of the place - plus beautiful traditional houses.
  • This place you should to visit if you come to samosir. You can see the batak house, museum, stone chair, si gale gale doll, and local seller souvenier from batak
  • Old, not organised, mostly closed, one room open but display bad with dust everywhere. Dance performance looks like they were forced, dirty place. Don't west your time.
  • You better come here with local guide. It's nice to get historical information about the place we visit
  • Loved to see the host, he shares all history of batak's ancients