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sago, a favorite eastern Indonesian food
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sago, a favorite eastern Indonesian food

A sago tree carved in the reliefs of Borobudur Temple in Central Java, which was built in the 8th century. Meanwhile, at Candi Jago, East Java, which was built in the 13th century, there is a palm tree relief on the edge of a stream. “In Java, sago is mostly obtained from palm trees,” wrote […]

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Central Sulawesi Museum
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Central Sulawesi Museum

Helloindonesia.id – For some people, visiting the museum is not the main choice of destination to fill their spare time. There are still some people in Indonesia who associate museums as unattractive. This assumption clearly must be removed. A visit to a museum does not always have to be identical with a group of school […]

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Exploring Central Sulawesi Bark Fabric Making
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Exploring Central Sulawesi Bark Fabric Making

Helloindonesia.id – This wood bark is said to have been made since prehistoric times. This is evident from the discovery of bark beaters or commonly called ike stones at archaeological sites in Poso and Donggala regencies. This is a typical bark cloth from the Central Sulawesi region which is still being made. The making of […]

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Mulawarman Museum
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Mulawarman Museum, Captures the Traces of 700 Years of Civilization

Helloindonesia.id – A trip to Tenggarong will not be complete without a stop at the Mulawarman Museum. Here we can learn a glimpse of the history of the sultanate that once triumphed for approximately 7 centuries and controlled most of the Kutai Kertanegara area, East Kalimantan. In this museum building that once functioned as the […]

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Vandreng
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Pos Vandreng Hilltop, Dutch Colonial History in Bengkayang

Helloindonesia.id – This post was used by the Dutch to spy on Japanese troops who wanted to usurp power from their hands. Founded around 1939 – 1942, this post became the Dutch military center in Bengkayang. This is the Vandreng Hilltop Post located in Serukam Hamlet, Definite Village, Salamantan District, Bengkayang, West Kalimantan. The Bukit […]

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Opu Daeng Menambon
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Commemoration on the Tomb of Opu Daeng Menambon

Helloindonesia.id – Heading to the Tomb of Opu Daeng Menambon is not easy. Its location on the hill requires that visitors must walk with the incline and through the stairs, amounting to about 256 pieces. This is the tomb of the first king of Mempawah Kingdom who has the title Pangeran Mas Surya Negara. The […]

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Andrea Hirata Museum
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Andrea Hirata Word Museum

Helloindonesia.id – Coming to this museum, visitors will be invited to take a tour of the Laskar Pelangi novel. Starting from page-by-page footage of the best-selling novel until it was appointed as a very best-selling film in Indonesia. The Andrea Hirata Word Museum is located on Jalan Raya Laskar Pelangi No.7, Gantong, East Belitung. The […]

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Burung Mandi Beach
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The History of Dutch Arrival at Burung Mandi Beach

Helloindonesia.id – This beach has been known by Europeans since the 17th century. In fact, from this beach, the Netherlands and European companies conducted tin mining in secret around 1770-1780 – before finally claiming to find tin on Belitung Island on June 28, 1851. This is Burung Mandi Beach. The beach which is a requirement […]

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the Tengkurep crater
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Tekurep Crater, Resting Place of the Kings of Palembang

Helloindonesia.id – Palembang as the shelter of the Srivijaya kingdom certainly holds many cultural and historical relics. Such as the Tekurep Crater, a tomb designated specifically for the king, courtiers and his descendants. Etymologically Tekurep Crater is derived from the word Crater which means a tool that resembles a container for cooking rice. And Tekureb […]

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Monpera Monument
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Monpera Monument Long History of People's Struggle

Helloindonesia.id – After the proclamation of Indonesian independence. Various regions in the archipelago were still experiencing upheaval in the Dutch military aggression II. As happened in Palembang in December 1946, the Dutch who violated the demarcation line sparked the battle. Pressed by the resistance of nationalist fighters, they asked for help, which in turn made […]

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