Suhi Suhi Village is similar to other settlements located in Samosir Island. It offers a stunning view of Toba Lake and majestic scenery of Pusuk Buhit Mountain. Not to mention it is surrounded by local traditional houses called “Jabu Bolon”. Some women are seen there, creating Ulos (Batak’s traditional fabric). Near to those houses, some local tombstones are also visible, emitting creepy nuance.

With all these attractions, tourists should never forget to carry their camera. Also, it is recommended to come with a tour guide, as he becomes an important guide and interpreter during the vacation.

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Samosir, or Samosir Island, is a large volcanic island in Lake Toba, located in the north of the island of Sumatra in Indonesia. Administratively, Samosir Island is governed as six of the nine districts within Samosir Regency. The lake and island were formed after the eruption of a supervolcano some 75,000 years ago. The island was originally a peninsula connected to the surrounding caldera wall by a small isthmus, which was cut through by the Tano Ponggol Canal in 1907 to aid navigation.