Category: Culture

Culture is a way of life that develops, is shared by a group of people, and is passed down from generation to generation. Culture is made up of many complex elements, including religious and political systems, customs, language, tools, clothing, buildings, and works of art.

Jamursba Medi Beach Papua Where leatherback turtles lay eggs
Jamursba Medi Beach Papua Where leatherback turtles lay eggs

Tambrauw – Leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) are called to have the widest range of movements compared to other types of reptiles. Based on the Turtle Conservation Management Technical Guidelines (2009), Jamursba Medi Beach in Tambrauw District, West Papua, is the nesting location for the largest leatherback turtle in the Pacific region. Leatherback turtles after laying […]

The oldest paintings in the world are in East Kalimantan
The oldest paintings in the world are in East Kalimantan

The international research team led by Indonesian archaeologists managed to find a 40,000-year-old figurative painting in East Kalimantan. The oldest known painting in the world will be proposed as a world cultural heritage. Minister of Education and Culture (Kemendikbud) Muhadjir Effendy said that figurative painting, which after being tested with the method of analysis of […]

Looking at Palm Agrotourism in Kekait Village, West Lombok
Looking at Palm Agrotourism in Kekait Village, West Lombok

Helloindonesia.id, Mataram – In Kekait Village, West Lombok Regency, there are valleys that are overgrown with arenas or enau (Arenga Pinnata) and become tourist destinations for tourists. The place called Lembah Pusuk is also a lot of white plants, jackfruit, langsat, kepundung and durian. In this garden the number of palm trees reaches 60 percent […]

Burial corpses in the village of Trunyan, Bali
Burial corpses in the village of Trunyan, Bali

Funeral Tradition Funeral Tradition Trunyan society has a funeral tradition in which the corpse is buried on a boulder that has a basin of 7 pieces. Adat Terunyan Village regulates the burial procedure for its citizens. In this village there are three graves (sema) devoted to three different types of death. If one of Terunyan’s […]

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