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Admire the Beauty of Pulutan Village Ceramics

Helloindonesia.id – To the south from Manado City, with a distance of about 40 km, we will find a tourist village where most of the residents work as ceramic craftsmen. Administratively, the village, better known as Pulutan Village, is located in Remboken District, Minahasa Regency, North Sulawesi. Stevi, one of the ceramic craftsmen in Pulutan […]

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Ketipung, the Musical Accompaniment of Malay Music
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Ketipung, the Musical Accompaniment of Malay Music

Helloindonesia.id – This one musical instrument is usually used to accompany Malay music. This small drum which has two sides has become one of the traditional musical instruments in Indonesia. This is the ketipung, a small drum that is part of the gamelan instrument. Ketipung has a small size and elongated round shape with a […]

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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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Belogo, Permainan Tradisional nan Unik dari Kutai
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Belogo, a Unique Traditional Game from Kutai

Helloindonesia.id – The people of Kutai are still strong in maintaining the preservation of their traditional games. Amid the siege of various modern games, traditional game competitions remain a prestigious arena for the people of Kutai. This can be seen in every implementation of the Erau Festival. In this annual event, traditional games become an […]

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One of the unique traditional trinkets that can be found in the implementation of Erau is the use of coral ponds. A coral pond is a painting or colorful image that serves as the base for the implementation of certain sacred rituals in Erau. This picture or painting is made of rice which is given various colors. The rice is arranged in such a way as to form special motifs, each of which has a specific meaning and function.
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Coral Pond, Ritual Pedestal of Colored Rice

Helloindonesia.id – One of the unique traditional trinkets that can be found in the implementation of Erau is the use of coral ponds. A coral pond is a painting or colorful image that serves as the base for the implementation of certain sacred rituals in Erau. This picture or painting is made of rice which […]

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Chopsticks
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Playing Chopsticks, Preserving Culture

Helloindonesia.id – Many countries recognize chopsticks as weapons. In Asia, chopstick culture is known in Japan and Indonesia. In Indonesia, especially people in the interior of Kalimantan, chopsticks were known before the arrival of the invaders. Chopsticks are traditional weapons that are in the shape of a long pipe in which a small arrow is […]

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Seraung, Kalimantan's Typical Head Protector
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Seraung, Kalimantan's Typical Head Protector

Helloindonesia.id – This hat is a daily protector used by the Dayak people in Kalimantan. Having a wide size and at a glance similar to a caping hat, this is the typical Dayak hat that we encounter in the Kalimantan region, especially Dayak Kenyah who live in Lekaq Kidau, East Kalimantan. Seraung is made of […]

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Sarong Samarinda
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Sarong Samarinda

Helloindonesia.id – The craft of Samarinda sarong weaving was originally brought by Bugis migrants from Sulawesi who lived on the coast of the Mahakam River, to be precise in Kampung Pamanah, Gang Pertenunan, Samarinda Seberang. Being far from their ancestral lands does not make Bugis women forget their traditions. While waiting for their husbands to […]

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Gantar Traditional Dance
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Gantar Traditional Dance

Helloindonesia.id – Gantar dance is a type of social dance between young mudi from Dayak Benuaq and Tunjung tribe in West Kutai Regency, East Kalimantan. This dance symbolizes the joy and hospitality of dayak tribe in welcoming guests who come to East Kalimantan, either as tourists, investors, or honored guests. Guests are even invited to […]

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Jepen Genjoh
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Jepen Genjoh Mahakam Dance, Representation of Eastern Culture

Helloindonesia.id – The people of Kutai Kertanegara Ing Martadipura have one traditional dance that is still preserved today, namely Jepen. This traditional art typical of the coast of the Mahakam River in the form of a dance that is rooted in the values ​​of Malay philosophy and oriental customs is still widely found. One of […]

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