Important Date
20th July, 2020
20th August, 2020
Paper submission deadline
27th July, 2020
27th August, 2020
28th July, 2020
28th August, 2020
5th – 6th August, 2020
9th September, 2020
Conference Venue

     Bung Hatta Convention Hall
    Alamat : Jl. Sumatera Ulak Karang, Padang, Sumatera Barat 25133



    Direct flight to Padang (Minangkabau International Airport) is available from Kuala Lumpur or Jakarta.

    Tours information

    Padang is the capital city of West Sumatra, and it becomes the largest city on the western coast of Sumatra Island. As a city of art and culture, Padang popular with the legend of Malin Kundang and Sitti Nurbaya, and it annually been held the festival to support the tourism sector. Among the people of Indonesia, the name of the city is generally associated with the Minangkabau ethnic cuisine and they are commonly known as Masakan Padang or Padang cuisine. If you like a little spice in your food then Padang is the place for you
    Another famous city is Bukittinggi. Bukittingi is the second biggest city in West Sumatra, and it famous by the born place of some important figure like Muhammad Hatta. During the colonial time, this city was popular by Fort de Kock and it was concidered as Parijs van Sumatera besides of Medan. The city has been the capital of Indonesia during the Emergency Government of the Republic of Indonesia (PDRI). Before it became the capital of PDRI, the city has become the centre of government, both at the time of the Dutch East Indies and during the Japanese colonial period. After Jam Gadang, there are numbers of tourism sites that worth to be visited during in Bukittinggi.


    Batusangkar is one of regencies in West Sumatra, precisely in the capital of Tanah Datar. This regency is famous by The City of Culture and administratively located in three sub-districts: Lima Kaum, Tanjung Emas and Sungai Tarab.This town is near the former seat of the Minangkabau royalty that was established by Adityawarman in Pagaruyung. A number of stones bearing inscriptions (prasasti) left by Adityavarman that remain in the region are the first written records in West Sumatra. After the death of Adityavarman (1375), there were no more stone inscriptions were produced. In Batusangkar, there are numbers of important sites that keep the historical value and become the important icon in Batusangkar.