orth Sulawesi (Indonesian: Sulawesi Utara) is a province of Indonesia. It is located on the Minahasa Peninsula of Sulawesi, south of the Philippines and southeast of Sabah, Malaysia. It borders Davao and Soccsksargen regions of the Philippines to the north, the Maluku Sea to the east, Gorontalo and Celebes Sea to the west and the Gulf of Tomini to the southwest. With Miangas, it is the northernmost province of Indonesia. The province\'s area is 13,892.47 square kilometres (5,363.91 sq mi), and its population was 2,270,596 according to the 2010 census; this rose to 2,621,923 at the 2020 Census.
Helloindonesia.id – Manado is one of the regions in the archipelago that has long lived in pluralism. This is not a mere figment, the article in the capital of North Sulawesi there is a temple that is about 300 years old called the Ban Hing Kiong temple. Etymologically, the name Ban Hing Kiong comes from […]Read More
Helloindonesia.id – Sam Ratulangi whose full name is Gerungan Saul Samuel Jacob Ratulangi is one of the leaders of the Indonesian independence movement. Born in Tondano, North Sulawesi, in 1890, and died at the age of 58 years. Sam Ratulangi was known throughout his life as a national hero. Not only that, Sam Ratulangi is […]Read More
Helloindonesia.id – In mid-1837, after several wars, the Dutch colonial government finally succeeded in apprehending Imam Bonjol, who then exiled him to several remote places in the archipelago. Until November 6, 1864, Imam Bonjol died in exile in Minahasa, North Sulawesi. Tuanku Imam Bonjol was then buried in Lota Village, Pineleng, Minahasa, North Sulawesi. To […]Read More
Helloindonesia.id – Minahasa is part of the archipelago which is known to have a long history of existence. The long history of the ethnic groups that administratively inhabit the North Sulawesi region has formed a noble cultural order and has resulted in the creation of Minahasa traditional arts. To maintain and preserve traditional Minahasa culture […]Read More
Helloindonesia.id – Their faces look fierce, with bulging eyes, and no smile. Armed with swords and spears, they leapt, back and forth, and swung their weapons swiftly. Looks like a warrior fighting to destroy the enemy. Not infrequently their actions surprise the people who see them so they shout: “arotei, okela” – oh no, gosh. […]Read More
Helloindonesia.id – Almost all regions in Indonesia have their own special porridge. In Jakarta there is ase porridge, Cirebon has chicken porridge, in Aceh it is served with rumbi starch porridge, in Maluku there is sweet potato sago porridge, and in Kalimantan spicy porridge is served. Not to forget also in North Sulawesi. Here you […]Read More
Helloindonesia.id – Talking about the underwater charm offered by Indonesian waters is endless. As one of the countries with the best dive points in the world, Indonesian waters have a diversity of marine life that adds to the richness of biodiversity in the Indonesian oceans. The Togean Islands, which are included in the Tojo Una-una […]Read More