Description: This location is called Mandeh Resort because one of the villages in the area is called Mandeh Village, which is famous in the middle of Carocok Tarusan Bay. Bay Carocok Tarusan is quite gentle and not choppy because around it there are several small islands including Traju Island, Big and Small Satan Island, Big and Small Sironjong Island, besides of course Cubadak Island. While in the southern part of this region, precisely in Carocok Village there is a promontory swerving like a hook, so the bay looks like a stunning lake with its ripples that always sing incessantly. On the north side of the Mandeh area there are several circular islands, namely: Bintangor Island, Pagang Island, Ular Island, and Marak Island which are adjacent to Sikuai Island. Along the coast from Kampong Sungai Pisang to Kampong Carocok the area is quite gentle and white sand with some protective trees such as coconut trees, waru trees, jackfruit trees, and so forth. Seven villages out of 3 nagari in this area are included in the tourism development area, namely Mudiak Air Village, Simpang Carocok Village, Karam Island Village, Nyalo River Village, Sungai Tawar Village, Sungai Pinang Village, and Teluk Raya Village. Residents around the Mandeh area are known to be friendly and quick to mingle with migrant communities, even like to help. It is not making this up, if the area is nicknamed The Paradise in the South, it means in the southern part of West Sumatra Province. In heaven all peace can be obtained. Local residents take advantage of the calm and peace of the bay by sailing, diving, and sailing on a fishing boat. Even tourists who come here often use this sea lake to swim from one island to another, besides of course also to dive, witness the beauty of the seabed with various shapes and types of shellfish and fish that live there. The entrance gate of the Mandeh area can be reached by sea and road. If you can take a boat / boat from the Port of Bungus, Gaung, Teluk Bayur or from the Port of Muara Padang and Teluk Tarusan. Meanwhile, if by road, there are three alternatives from three different roads. The first alternative is from Tarusan Market via the Carocok Intersection, and the second alternative from Bungus continues to Sungai Pinang and Nyalo River. The latest road section is past Carocok continue along the shoreline and gently sloping hills along the 12.5 km.