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Anggemudik Destination Guide

Delve into Anggemudik in Indonesia!

Anggemudik in the region of West Sumatra is a city in Indonesia - some 616 mi (or 992 km) North-West of Jakarta, the country's capital.

Interactive map of Anggemudik

Current time in Anggemudik is now 02:02 AM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Asia / Jakarta" with an UTC offset of 7 hours. Depending on your travel modalities, these larger destinations might be interesting for you: Medan, Sungaidaras, Solok, Pekanbaru, Payakumbuh or Bukit Kandang Kambing. While being here, make sure to check out Tarok, Sungaipuar, Palembaian, Subarang, Ikanbanyak and Tangah as well. We also found some pictures.


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Weather Conditions Today & Next Days Forecast

28°C / 83 °F Moderate rain
Morning Temperature 28°C / 83 °F
Evening Temperature 27°C / 80 °F
Night Temperature 27°C / 81 °F
Chance of rainfall 8%
Air Humidity 100%
Air Pressure 1018.1 hPa
Wind Speed Light breeze with 4 km/h (2 mph) from South-East
Cloud Conditions Few clouds, covering 24% of sky
General Conditions Moderate rain

Monday, 22nd of October 2018
Moderate rain, light breeze, scattered clouds.
Moderate rain Day: 26°C (78 °F)
Night: 27°C (80 °F)
Tuesday, 23rd of October 2018
Moderate rain, light breeze, few clouds.
Moderate rain Day: 27°C (81 °F)
Night: 25°C (77 °F)
Wednesday, 24th of October 2018
Light rain, few clouds.
Light rain Day: 27°C (81 °F)
Night: 26°C (80 °F)

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Interesting facts about this location

Jam Gadang

Jam Gadang (literally "Big Clock") is a clocktower and major landmark of the city of Bukit Tinggi, West Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located in the centre of the city, near the main market, Pasar Atas, and is a tourist attraction. This clocktower has large clocks on each side and was given the name "Jam Gadang" .

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at -0.13, 100.31 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
Tags:Buildings and structures in West Sumatra, Clock towers, Landmarks in Indonesia

Bukittinggi

Bukittinggi (Indonesian for "high hill") is one of the larger cities in West Sumatra, Indonesia, with a population of over 91,000 people and an area of 25.24 km². It is in the Minangkabau Highlands, 90 km by road from the West Sumatran capital city of Padang. The whole area is directly adjacent to the city of Agam Regency.

More reading: Bukittinggi homepage
Located at -0.13, 100.31 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 13 mi away.
Tags:Cities in Indonesia, Populated places in West Sumatra, Regency capitals of Indonesia

Baso (island)

Baso is the middle town between Bukittinggi and Payakumbuh, West Sumatra. It is only 15 kilometers east of Bukittingi. In the history of West Sumatra this town was the transit and junction town of Payakumbuh, Bukittinggi and Batusangkar. This town was known also as the most important farmers trading and crops collection point in West Sumatra.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at -0.13, 100.31 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:Populated places in West Sumatra

Lake Maninjau

Lake Maninjau (Indonesian: 'Danau Maninjau', meaning overlook or observation in the Minangkabau language) is a caldera lake in West Sumatra, Indonesia. It is located 36 km to the west of Bukittinggi, at {{#invoke:Coordinates|coord}}{{#coordinates:0|19|S|100|12|E|type:waterbody_region:ID|| | |name= }}.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at -0.13, 100.31 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 15 mi away.
Tags:Crater lakes, Lakes of Indonesia, VEI-7 volcanoes, West Sumatra

Sarik-Gajah

Sarik-Gajah are two pyroclastic cones right at the equator line on Sumatra island, Indonesia. The first cone is Sarik, an andesitic/basaltic vegetated cone. The other is andesic-dacitic Gajah cone, 10 km southwest of the first one and it contains lava flow. No eruptive history ever recorded from this volcanic complex.

More reading: Wikipedia Article
Located at -0.13, 100.31 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 16 mi away.
Tags:Mountains of Indonesia, Pyroclastic cones, Stratovolcanoes, Volcanoes of Sumatra