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Getting to Cubadak Island is an event in itself. Two hours drive, (arranged by the resort) through the mountain and down the rugged coastline of southwest Sumatra presents you with scenic views of the Indian Ocean, occasional green rice field, rivers and blue mountain ranges...More
We wer booked in to the 'suite over water' and it was fantastic! We could watch the fish from the deck and we also saw turtles. It was all inclusive and the food was different every day - not specifically Indonesian.
As a busy couple we were looking for a total getaway and technology detox. Cubadak lived up to all of the glowing reviews and provided us a stress free, relaxing and totally reinvigorating holiday. We stayed in the over water bungalow which allowed easy access...More
... more or less than 2 hours drive ( the road was busy on that Saturday noon we went ) , 15 minutes speed boat ride is all worth it when you arrive to this Paradise. The best Padang experience by far, very quiet and...More
Our big family ranging from 2 y.o to 64 y.o went there for the 2017 New Year's holiday. We were curious of the place having read the very good reviews on tripadvisor. We were very delighted that the reviews were indeed true. When we stepped...More
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We are thinking about a trip to Sumatra in March 2017 including a week at Cubadak Paradiso which looks beautiful. We are travelling from the UK and this will be our first trip to Sumatra. One thing that we are unsure about is the potential weather/climate at this time of year as the advice online is very conflicting.
Ideally we would like to pick a month that is likely to have the least amount of rainfall and most amount of sun. From your experience how was the weather in March?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.
5 October 2016|
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Response from sophiahartono | Reviewed this property |
Actually, the weather was perfect and I was able to take some very beautiful photos.
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"Chalet 12 at the end of the beach on the hill side is best."