Category: South Sumatra

South Sumatra is a province on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. An agricultural region of plantations and wetlands, it has a mountainous western border formed by the volcanic Bukit Barisan range. The inland city Palembang, a commercial hub straddling the Musi River, is the provincial capital. The landmark Ampera Bridge spans the river, and tour boats offer cruises.

The Kasai Bathing Tradition in Marriage in Lubuk Linggau
The Kasai Bathing Tradition in Marriage in Lubuk Linggau

Helloindonesia.id – The Indonesian Archipelago interprets life cycles such as marriage, pregnancy, childbirth, and death as events that must be passed through various ceremonies. Uniquely, each region in the archipelago has different ceremonies and traditions. One of them is like the tradition before marriage to the Lubuk Linggau community, South Sumatra. The tradition leading up […]

Rumah Ulu, Harmonious Family Aesthetic Home
Rumah Ulu, Harmonious Family Aesthetic Home

Helloindonesia.id – Traditional houses are not merely cultural heritage in the form of materials which are arranged in the form of building elements. More than its physical appearance, traditional houses have an important role in shaping social and symbolic spaces, as well as cultural representation for its inhabitants. Indonesia as a unitary state that is […]

Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum Palembang
Sultan Mahmud Badaruddin II Museum Palembang

Helloindonesia.id – South Sumatra has long been known as Srivijaya earth, since the 7th century in this region there was the world’s largest and most respected maritime kingdom named the Srivijaya Kingdom. The influence of the Siriwijaya Kingdom even spread to Madagascar, South Africa. The triumph of Srivijaya collapsed into the 13th century AD, at […]

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