Medan (Indonesian pronunciation: [meˈdan] (listen); English: ) is the capital and largest city of the Indonesian province of North Sumatra. A regional hub and financial centre of Sumatra, it is one of the four main central cities of Indonesia, alongside Jakarta, Surabaya, and Makassar. As of the 2020 Census, Medan has a population of 2,435,252 within its city limits, and over 3.4 million in its built-up urban area, making it the fourth largest urban area in Indonesia. The Medan metropolitan area—which includes neighbouring Binjai, Deli Serdang Regency, and a part of Karo Regency—is the largest metropolitan area outside of Java, with 4,744,323 residents counted in the 2020 Census. Medan is a multicultural metropolis and a busy trading city bordered by the Strait of Malacca. A gateway to the western part of Indonesia, Medan is supported by the Port of Belawan and Kualanamu International Airport, both of which are connected to the city centre via toll roads and railways.
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Tifanny Cherly | Apr 14, 2018
Enjoy my time here. Interesting to see wild live throughout the various animals here. They have small cafetaria and clean toilets. Spent almost 3 hours inside. Do not hesitate to question the staff about this museum, they will assist you.
reverend green | May 24, 2018
I am shocked, totally shocked. How can people rate this place with 5 starts?? In my point of view, this is just totally disgusting! Some rich guy went to Africa to kill Lions, Rhinos and Elephants, remove their organs, stuff their bodys with polyurethane and last but nor least place them into a fake scenery made out of papier mâché and plastic. Is this where these animals deserve to be? A lot of them like Orangutans and Elephants are also endangered animals. So please be aware of that if you gonna visit that place, you will support the eradication of endangered species all over the world by people who have it as a hobby to kill animals for fun.
William Prawira | May 10, 2018
A great place to bring kids to. A lot of preserved animals andd they will enjoy here. Cheap price when compared to the size of the area
Nils Schäfer | Feb 1, 2018
I am deeply disappointed. As a foreigner I had to pay an entrance fee which is three times higher than that for Indonesian citizens.It is not that I am a tourist here. I live in Medan. If such a policy would apply in Europe or in the US, it would be called racism for a very good reason. This behaviour is unaccaptable. I cannot recommend this place.
Edo Tandean | Mar 17, 2018
Maybe better to put the information of each animal in english and local language. Place are nice but lack of information of each animal. Great place to learn about wild life..!
Boy Brian | Jun 18, 2018
Amazing "small" animal museum in Medan! Ticket price: Umum(WNI) Rp 50.000, Student Rp 25.000 (Min. 25 ppl), children Rp 10.000- Rp 15.000. CMIIW
Pakistan's Khurram | Aug 9, 2018
Wonderful and Fantastic place. What a remarkable contribution of Honourable Mr. Rahmat Shah to Medan City. Although he could have made it in Jakarta but preferred his hometown. Its a must visit place for all ages of people. Don't just see animals stuffed and placed there; assess the effort, money and determination of one man :Mr. Rahmat Shah to build all this. I take pride that Mr. Rahmat's mother was Pakistani-Indonesian. I wish I can publicize this gallery to the world for collection and variety of animal species. Luar biasa dan Bagus sekali ....👏👏👏👏👏
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