Maluku

Maluku is a province that covers the southern part of the Maluku Islands, Indonesia. The province is bordered by the Seram Sea in the north, the Indian Ocean and the Arafura Sea in the south, Papua in the east, and Sulawesi in the west.[6] The capital and largest city is the city of Ambon. Maluku province is ranked 28th province by population in Indonesia, where in 2020, the population of Maluku province is 1,848,923 people.[2][7]

Before the colonial period, Maluku became the axis of the world\’s spice trade with cloves and nutmeg as the main merchandise. This made Maluku dubbed the \”Spice Islands\” to this day. The people of Maluku trade with traders from various regions in the archipelago and abroad such as Chinese, Arab, and European traders. The wealth of these spices also became the attraction of European nations who eventually controlled the Moluccas, starting with the Portuguese and finally the Dutch.[8]

Liang Beach
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Spend a Day at Ambon's Best Beaches

The warm morning sun shines in the sky and reflects in the blue gradations of the Ambon sea. The wind was rustling cool offset the piercing rays of the sun and blowing softly the beautiful stretch of white sand. The shade of the trees also helps shade the day which seems to be getting hotter. […]

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The Luxurious Experience in Namalatu Beach
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The Luxurious Experience in t\Namalatu Beach

This description is what you will feel when you enter Namalatu Beach. This beach that is not too big does have its own charm for anyone who visits it. The location of this tourist attraction is Latulahat village, precisely in Nusaniwe District, Ambon. Namalatu Beach is located 15 kilometers from Ambon City Center and it […]

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Pantai Natsepa yang Legendaris
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Pantai Natsepa yang Legendaris

The expanse of beautiful white sand stretches wide, bringing views to the blue open sea. The shady trees swayed in the breeze as if twisting to dance. The sound of the wind blowing is in line with the rhythm of the blow, providing coolness in between the rays of the warm afternoon sun. Snack stalls […]

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The Charm of the Tranquility of Sopapei Beach
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The Charm of the Tranquility of Sopapei Beach

Ambon Island is famous for its very beautiful beach tourism. Almost on every coast of this island you will find beaches with different characteristics from one another. There are beaches that have sloping contours with wide expanses of sand, there are also beaches with hard rock characters, and there are even coastal areas in the […]

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Kekayaan Alam Yang Menakjubkan Di Taman Nasional Manusela
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Natural Wealth in Manusela National Park

The eastern part of Indonesia is part of Indonesia with many areas that have not been touched by humans. The natural wealth is so abundant and the panorama is very attractive to be the main attraction of this region. Maluku is one of the provinces in Eastern Indonesia that has almost all of these advantages. […]

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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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Huaulu Tribal Headband Beaver Fabric
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Huaulu Tribal Headband Beaver Fabric

The Huaulu tribe has one characteristic that is quite striking, especially in adult men. They have a tradition of headbands made of red cloth called cloth beaver. This headband is tied and covers the head of the wearer. The Huaulu community makes rags as a separate identity for Huaulu men who have reached puberty and […]

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The Naulu and Huaulu Tribes and Modernization in It
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The Naulu and Huaulu Tribes and The Modernization

This time we will get to know the interior tribes, namely the Naulu tribe in the interior of Maluku, although some areas are already quite developed, it turns out that Maluku still has various fairly traditional tribes there, the Huaulu Tribe who lives in the northern area of ​​Seram Island and the Naulu Tribe who […]

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Woven Fabrics, Typical Maluku Culture
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Woven Fabrics, Typical Maluku Culture

Indonesia is one of the largest weaving countries in the world, in particular is the diversity of decorations. The previous weavers were heavily influenced by elements of foreign culture due to trade with neighboring countries. This condition gives the diversity of weaving types in our country. Getting to Know Maluku Woven Fabrics This has become […]

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Exploring the Beauty of Batu Layar in the Ambon Islands, Maluku
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Exploring the Beauty of Batu Layar in the Ambon Islands, Maluku

The Beauty of Two Pieces of Stone Indonesia is a country that has stunning natural resources. One of them is located in eastern Indonesia, namely the province of Maluku. A province that holds a million hidden natural beauties. Precisely in Larike Village, West Leihitu District, Central Maluku Regency. A view that we rarely encounter on […]

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