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Bukit Tinggi Fields Two

A 700km drive to the north of the city of Bengkulu lies Bukit Tinggi nestled in the mountains and jungles of west Sumatra. It’s a long and windy beach road but well worth the travel for a time out from south Sumatra. The main form of work here is to grow and harvest rice and vegetables. It’s refreshing to walk the small back roads among the fields to watch the locals and see them ply their trade. The height of the city lends itself to colder temperatures which was a welcome change to the heat of Bengkulu. Looking forward to my next and third trip to Bukit Tinggi and have many more HDR photos to come.

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