Year: 2020

Festival Erau Tenggarong. 3
Ceremony
Culture
Dance
East Kalimantan
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The Cool Erau Tenggarong Festival

Helloindonesia.id – In the middle of every year, precisely in June, the City of Tenggarong, Kutai Kartanegara Regency, East Kalimantan becomes very crowded. Why is it crowded? The reason is that in that month a festival called the Erau Festival is often held. Erau itself comes from the Kutai language, which is eroh which means […]

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East Kalimantan Cave
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Indonesian
Kalimantan
News
Travel
Traveling
Tribe

Dive On the Haji Mangku Cave in Maratua

Helloindonesia.id – The various attractions offered by Derawan Islands are indeed tempting every tourist, both those from Kalimantan Island and outside the island to visit it. Starting from the beauty of the marine life, the charming Gili islands, the Maratua Paradise Resort which is like the Maldives of Indonesia to the stingless jellyfish lake on […]

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Bulungan Kalimantan
Art
Culture
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Indonesian
Kalimantan
North Kalimantan

Bulungan: The Almost Forgotten Sultanate in North Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – Are you familiar with the Sultanate of Bulungan? Some people may feel unfamiliar with the sultanate that used to exist in the province of North Kalimantan. One of the remaining traces of the Sultanate of Bulungan that can still be seen today is the Bulungan Sultanate Museum located in Tanjung Palas, North Kalimantan. […]

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Animal
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Kalimantan
Nature
North Kalimantan

Seeing the active action of proboscis monkeys in the Tarakan Mangrove Forest

Helloindonesia.id – Tarakan is a district in Kaltara (North Kalimantan), which is the youngest province in Indonesia since last October 2012. There are not too many tourist objects that can be found in Kaltara, but there is one tourist forest that you must visit while in Tarakan, namely the Tarakan Mangrove Forest area. The Mangrove […]

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Kelakai Chips 1
Central Kalimantan
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Culture
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Kalimantan

Kelakai Chips, Unique Efficacious Snacks

Helloindonesia.id – Since long time ago, the ancestors of the Indonesian people lived in harmony with nature, the forest was one of their sources of livelihood. Various flora that grow in the forest can be used to meet human needs. Kelakai plants for example, a type of algae that grows in swamp forests, has many […]

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1697 / 5000 Hasil terjemahan Banana Bread, Fragrant, Tempting Sweet Snacks typical of Kutai
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Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

Banana Bread, Fragrant, Tempting Sweet Snacks typical of Kutai

Helloindonesia.id – The shape is round and flat, yellowish in color with a distinctive sweet taste. That’s banana bread, one of the culinary treasures of Kutai Kartanegara. This type of jajak (market snacks) is a dish that tempts the taste buds in spare time. Suitable for evoking intimacy when chatting with relatives and friends. Banana […]

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Central Kalimantan
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Dance
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Kalimantan

Talawang, the Last Defense of the Dayaks

Helloindonesia.id – To complete the saber, the Dayak people use talawang (shields or shields) in battle. Similar to the mandau, talawang are cultural objects that were born from the Dayak people’s belief in magical powers. In addition, Talawang also has an aesthetic side that is shown in the carving motif. Talawang is made from ironwood […]

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Mandau Dance
Art
Central Kalimantan
Culture
Dance
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Kalimantan

Theatrical Motion of the Mandau Dance

Helloindonesia.id – Kalimantan is one of the ethnic tourism destinations in Indonesia. Besides being blessed with beautiful natural scenery, the people of Kalimantan are also known to have exotic cultures. The exoticism of Kalimantan culture is reflected in one of the traditional dances. In Central Kalimantan, for example, there is a traditional dance called the […]

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beautiful crafts
Art
Central Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

Turning the sap into beautiful crafts

Helloindonesia.id – Kalimantan’s tropical rain forests store a variety of flora that has long been used by the Dayak people. Utilization of these forest resources is accompanied by their awareness to continue to maintain and preserve forest resources. Nyatu tree for example. This tree has long been the raw material for making handicrafts that are […]

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Rattan Crafts
Art
Central Kalimantan
Culture
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Kalimantan

Katingan Regency Rattan Crafts

Helloindonesia.id – Kalimantan is rich in various natural resources. Likewise with Katingan Regency in Central Kalimantan. The regency whose capital is in Kasongan is the largest rattan producer in Kalimantan. Of the 13 districts, 10 of which are rattan producing areas. No wonder the Katingan Regency is able to produce 500 tons more rattan in […]

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