Bengkulu

Bengkulu is the capital of the Indonesian province of Bengkulu. The city is the second largest city on the west coast of Sumatra Island after Padang. Previously this area is under the influence of the kingdom of Inderapura and the Sultanate of Banten.

Fort Marlborough
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Fort Marlborough Heritage of Britain in Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – Visiting Bengkulu is incomplete if you do not set foot in Fort Marlborough or in foreign languages ​​it is called Fort Marlborough. Located on Jalan Ahmad Yani, Bengkulu, this fort was a fortress built by the East Indies Company in 1713-1719 and was used as a British stronghold which was under the leadership […]

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Panjang Beach
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Panjang Beach Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – Long Beach “Pantai Panjang” in Bengkulu City is not as luxurious as Kuta Beach in Bali. Not as comfortable as Parang Tritis Jogjakarta Beach and not as famous as Losari Beach. However, Pantai Panjang is typical of Bengkulu, the typical Bumi Rafflesia and starts moving towards its peak which is fame, luxury and […]

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Besurek Batik Bengkulu
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The history of Besurek Bengkulu batik

Helloindoensia.id – Cultural wealth in Bengkulu can be said to be so many and varied. One of them is Besurek batik cloth which is a typical cloth from Bengkulu. The origin is called Batik Besurek because this batik uses motifs that read Arabic calligraphy. Besurek is a Bengkulu dialect Malay language which means written or […]

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Dendam Tak Sudah Lake in Bengkulu
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Dendam Tak Sudah Lake Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – From its name, it can be guessed that the lake located in the districts of Teluk Segara, Selebar, Gading Cempaka (Bengkulu City) and Talang Empat District (North Bengkulu Regency) has a tragic story behind it. It is believed, the lake which is on an area of ​​112.2 hectares is related to the legend […]

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exile for the proclamator
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History of Soekarno's exile home in Bengkulu

Helloindonesia.id – Bengkulu is one of the real sanctions of the life journey of an Indonesian proclaimer, and is Indonesia’s first president, Ir. Sukarno or better known as Bung Karno. Bung Karno’s past could not be separated from the shadows of exile by the Dutch colonial. There are several areas that have become the place […]

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Beruji Doll Dance
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Beruji Doll Dance, Dance Combination with Doll Play

Helloindonesia.id – If in West Sumatra there is a tradition called Tabuik, then in South Sumatra there is a tradition called Tabot. Similar to tabuik, tabot is also an activity organized in commemoration of the death of the grandson of the Prophet Muhammad in Bengkulu. Tabot ceremony is filled with various arts from Bengkulu, one […]

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Bubu Dance Bengkulu
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Bubu Dance, Bengkulu Traditional Creation Dance

Helloindonesia.id – Bengkulu is one of the provinces that has the longest coastline in Sumatra. The record is in line with Bengkulu fisheries potential which can produce hundreds of thousands of tons of fish each year. The abun dance of fish in Bengkulu gave birth to a tradition and culture of catching fish together using […]

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Traditional Bengkulu Drum festival
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Dol, Beat of Traditional Bengkulu Drum Rhythm

Helloindonesia.id – The beat of the rhythmic beat of the wasps of this musical instrument is able to provide its own excitement. The spirit of harbor from this one musical instrument usually makes every performance come alive and vibrant. This is dol, a typical drum from Bengkulu, which is usually played in a roll. As […]

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