Musi River Tour

You’ll discover something missing if you visit Palembang without carrying a Musi River tour. This famous river is the longest at Sumatra in 750 kilometers long. Taking the Musi River tour is essential for visitors who would like to be familiar with The Palembang of yesteryear. Long ago, the native population in Palembang dwelt along this river. Some built their houses along the river banks. When taking the tour, you can discover many tourist sites like Kemarau Island and temples. Local people rely on this river for their transport. You can see many motor boats taking passengers on the other side of the river.

You won’t have any trouble finding local foods. Not far from the Palembang Grand Mosque, you may enjoy Palembang traditional foods like empekpanggang. There’s also a food booth selling esbelimbing. There are floating restaurants where you can Improve your culinary experience in Palembang. Along the Musi River, you will find various tourist sites like Kemaro Island and the tomb of RatuBagusKuning. You can ask the boat driver to take you to these sites. They know these areas well. To travel around the Musi River, you have to use a motorboat. You can lease one under the Amperabridge, in front of the Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum, or in front of Fort KutoBesak.

There are various varieties of motorboats like speed boats, Ketek, and small vessels.

Get Around

The City bus at Palembang is among the most convenient in the nation. The name of the bus is TransMusi. There are two different types of buses, the green, and the blue one, with various paths. The green TransMusi’s course goes Terminal SakoPerumnasJalanCelentangJalanResiden Abdul RozakSimpangEmpatPatalJalanBasukiRahmatJalanDemangLebarDaunSimpang Taman Bukit UNSRI Bukit BesarJalanJaksaSupraptoSimpangKedaungJalanLetkolIskandarSimpang Hero PIM, and backtrack All of the bus stops. The blue TransMusi road goes to Terminal AlangLebarJalanKol H BurlianJalanJenderalSudirmanPasar 16 Ilir -Underpass Ampera Bridge Jalan Masjid AgungJalanJenderalSudirmanbacktrack to AlangAlangLebar. If you prefer to take more airy neighborhood transportation, take becak or even ojek instead. The fare is quite reasonable and worth the excitement.

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