Ulos Hutaraja Pardamean Village

Friday, 17 June 2022
in Travel
22. 11. 28
posted by: Irawaty Evalina Sitanggang
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Ulos Hutaraja Pardamean Village - (Continued) upon arrival at Ambarita Port because it started in the afternoon, the next route drove to Pangururan Hot Springs. In gmaps the name of the point is Aek Rangat (meaning hot water) pangururan which is a hot spring containing sulfur. While enjoying the warm atmosphere of bathing in hot springs, in the bath visitors can order warm food such as Gomak Noodles (the noodles are similar to spaghetti) which are given gravy, noodle snacks instant and warm drinks. And after an exciting trip it's time to take a break.

There are several tourist attractions that are close to each other around Pangururan, in this visit namely Ulos Hutaraja Pardamean Village, White Sand Beach, Parbaba, Tomok, Tuk-tuk, Huta Siallagan, Hobon Stone and lastly is Sopo Guru Tatea Bulan.

Ulos Hutaraja Pardamean Village is a village that is the center of weaving Ulos Cloth Lumban Suhisuhi Toruan Village, Pangururan District, Samosir Regency, North Sumatra Province. The location of this ulos village is very close to Parbaba White Sand Beach. Ulos Hutaraja Pardamean Village, the Ulos weaving tradition continues to be maintained which has been known by the Batak tribe since the 14th century. Ulos cloth has an important role in the culture of the Batak tribe. Each pattern and color of Ulos Cloth has its own philosophy and use. There is a meaning of Kain Ulos for every moment of life of the Batak people, whether from birth, marriage, work, to death someone has a special Ulos Cain that needs worn in those moments.

The arrangement of Ulos Hutaraja Pardamean Village is very neat and interesting, since it was inaugurated on February 03, 2022 by Mr. President Joko Widodo, this place has become a must-visit place. Batak traditional houses neatly arranged with red, white and black Gorga decorations and views of Lake Toba beautify the eyes while looking at the local people weaving ulos in front of their respective houses. Visitors are also allowed to buy the weaves of the residents, while asking the residents about their meaning or meaning.

Let's continue to the next tourist spot.