Jam Gadang Bukitinggi
Jam Gadang is located in central Bukittinggi, a city in the Minangkabau Highlands of West Sumatra. It sits in the middle of the Sabai Nan Aluih Park, near the Ateh Market and palace of Mohammad Hatta. The structure was built in 1926, during the Dutch colonial era, as a gift from Queen Wilhelmina to the city's controleur. It was designed by architects Yazin and Sutan Gigi Ameh, reportedly at a cost of 3,000 guilder. Originally a rooster figure was placed on the apex, but it was changed into a Jinja-like ornament during the Japanese occupation (1942–1945). Following Indonesian independence, the tower's top was reshaped to its present form, which resembles traditional Minang roofs (see Rumah gadang). Local oral tradition holds that the internal mechanisms of the clock are twin to those of Elizabeth Tower (Big Ben) in London. On March 6, 2007, the Jam Gadang tower was damaged by two earthquakes that struck western Sumatra. Over the following years it was refurbished by the Indonesia Heritage Trust (Badan Pelestarian Pusaka Indonesia). Funding for the 600 million rupiah (approximately 55 thousand Euros) restoration came from the Netherlands. The refurbished tower was inaugurated on December 22, 2010, as part of Bukittinggi's 262nd anniversary celebrations. The Jam Gadang tower has been as an observation posts during fires, such as one that affected the Ateh Market. During Ramadhan, the call to prayer that marks the breaking of the fast is sounded from the tower.
Harau Valley is A canyon nearby town Payakumbuh in Fifty Koto district, West Sumatra Province. Harau valley flanked by steep rocky hills prayer WITH altitude of 150 meters the form of steep sandstone The colorful, WITH height of 100 and 500 meter. Harau Nature Reserve topography is hilly and undulating. From the high sea level is 500 Up to 850 meters, the hill is a lie BETWEEN Hill Air Putih, Bukit Jambu, Bukit Singkarak Dan Hill Tarantang. Walking Towards Harau Valley is very fun. Article Search Google Atmospheres Still Fresh, Andari can Seeing surrounding natural beauty. The granite cliffs towering cliffs High WITH A unique shape around the valley. The cliff-steep granite cliffs singer has a height of 80 m Up to 300 m
Pagaruyung is a kingdom that once stood in Sumatra, the area contained in the province of West Sumatra now. The name of this kingdom referenced from tree names Nibung or Ruyung,  but it also can be referenced from inscriptions stamped seal of Sultan Tangkal Nature Bagagar of Pagaruyung,  ie in writing beraksara Jawi in the inner circle, which reads as follows: Sultan Tangkal Alam Bagagar ibn Sultan khalifatullah which has a throne in the country Pagaruyung Darul qarar Johan Sovereign Zillullāh fil 'nature.  unfortunately the seal cap is not written figures year reign. This kingdom collapsed during the Padri War, after the signing of an agreement between the tribe indigenous to the Dutch side that make the region Pagaruyung Kingdom under the supervision of the Netherlands
Padang beach or popularly known as Taplau (stands but lauik, Minang language which means waterfront) is a beach located in the city of Padang, West Sumatra.  This beach is located on densely populated urban area in the district of Padang Barat, and stretches from the Purus up to the mouth of the Batang Arau. The beach is located approximately 23 km from Minangkabau International Airport or a 30-minute road trip by car.  He began in 2015, Padang Coast region includes 10 waste-free area protected by law No. 21 of 2012. 
Danau Atas Danau Bawah
The lake is located in Solok, namely in Alahan Panjang.Danau consists of two lakes, Lake Above located on the roadside-Muara Padang Labuh while the other was located in the village below the lake fanning Sileh Bukit Jaya. One of the attractions in the southern part of West Sumatra, was so much more and the extent of the natural beauty of West Sumatra that will not be exhausted if discover one day, so I need to split it into two parts of North and South ... Lake Diateh one of the twin lakes and one of five lakes in West Sumatra (Singkarak, Maninjau, Diateh, Below and D.Talang), approximately 1.5 hours from the airport by car West Sumatera province rich with lakes. There are five lakes here, Maninjau, Lake Batur, Lake Above, Below Lake, and Lake Talang. Except Maninjau, there are four other lakes in Solok. Therefore, Solok district is rich with lakes in West Sumatra. In fact, three lakes, namely Lake Above, Below Lake, and Lake Talang is located in an area called Twin Lakes Region.
Lake Singkarak (Indonesian: Danau Singkarak) is a lake in West Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located between the cities of Padang Panjang and Solok. It has an area of 107.8 km², being approximately 21 km long and 7 km wide. The natural outlet for excess water is the Ombilin river which flows eastward to the Strait of Malacca. A hydroelectric project, however, has diverted most of the lake outflow to the Anai river which flows westward into the Indian Ocean near Padang. This Singkarak power station uses this water to generate power for the West Sumatra and Riau provinces. A species of fish called ikan bilih (Mystacoleucus padangensis) is endemic to the lake, and is harvested for human consumption. A railway line, which connects Padang and Sawahlunto-Sijunjung, skirts the length of the lake on the eastern side.
The Mentawai Islands are a chain of about seventy islands and islets off the western coast of Sumatra in Indonesia. Siberut at 4,030 square kilometres (1,556 square miles) is the largest of the islands. The other major islands are Sipura, North Pagai (Pagai Utara) and South Pagai (Pagai Selatan). The islands lie approximately 150 kilometres (93 miles) off the Sumatran coast, across the Mentawai Strait. The indigenous inhabitants of the islands are known as the Mentawai people. The Mentawai Islands have become a noted destination for surfing.
West Sumatra has discovered a new Destination for Divers : the Mandeh Islands, located in the south- west of the Province, in the Regency of Pesisir Selatan (the Southern Coast), located some 65 km from the province's capital city, Padang. Viewed from a vantage point on shore one can see dozens of picturesque islands scattered over crystal clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean. "There are no less than 8 dive spots around Mandeh, located in the north of the islands of Cubadak, Pagang, Seronjok and others. There is also a wreck of a Dutch ship, ideal for divers to explore at a depth of 27 meters", said H. Nasrul Abit, Regent of the Pesisir Selatan. There are also many locations for snorkeling or boating around the islands. Costing only around Rp. 350,000 for a whole day boat rental, visitors can enjoy a perfect holiday