With cheap flights to Medan, it is the fourth biggest city in Indonesia after Jakarta, Surabaya, and Bandung. With a populace of around 2 million individuals it is the biggest city outside of Java. There is no single ethnic gathering shaping a dominant part; the biggest ethnic gatherings are the Chinese, Javanese, Northern Indians, and there are numerous more ethnic minorities. Every ethnic gathering adds to a large number of top-notch, mouth-watering dishes found in each edge of Medan. They offer to local people and travelers alike many sustenance avenues and seller focuses to suit their craving whenever of the day. From the sweet Javanese food, to scrumptious Batak flame broiled pork, to hot Padang dishes, from appetizing Chinese noodles, to hot Indian curry, this differed cooking is accessible 24 hours every day, 7 days seven days. It is evident why local people are so into sustenance. The city itself is very outstanding for "nourishment tourism", particularly among different Indonesians.
There are numerous old structures in Medan that still hold their Dutch design with cheap flights to Medan. These incorporate the old City Hall, the Medan Post Office, Inna Dharma Deli Hotel, Titi Gantung (a scaffold over the railroad), The London Sumatra building, Tjong A Fie Mansion, AVROS, Warenhuis, and The Tirtanadi Water Tower, for the most part situated around the old town Kesawan. There are a few notable places, for example, Maimoon Palace worked in years 1887– 1891, where the Sultan of Deli still lives (the Sultan never again holds any official power), The Great Mosque of Medan worked in 1906 in the Moroccan style by the Dutch engineer A.J. Dingemans,both area of Maimoon Palace and The Great Mosque are close. The Mosque situated on Jalan Sisingamangaraja and The Palace situated on Jalan Brigjen Katamso.