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Sate ragey
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Ragey, Satay Typical of North Sulawesi

Helloindonesia.id – Sate may have become one of the culinary specialties of Indonesia. It is proven that every time there is a promotion abroad, the name of satay is always included in the list of foods that will be introduced to the international community. This food, which is identical to the puncture, has a variety […]

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Biapong Sulawesi
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Biapong Chinese Bread, Typical In Minahasa

Helloindonesia.id – Indonesian snacks are one of the traditional snacks that are rich in terms of color, shape, and taste. The various kinds of traditional snacks served by the Indonesian people with their richness are a reflection of the cultural diversity and traditions of the archipelago. In customs there are also trade influences originating from […]

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Pull over and pray on the hill of love
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Pull over and pray on the hill of love

Helloindonesia.id – Passing Jalan Raya Tomohon towards Kawangkoan, you can faintly see a small cross attached to the hill from a distance. As soon as you enter the Kawangkoan area, in Kanonang Village to be precise, you can feel the cool mountain air, and from that place, the cross looks bigger than you think. People […]

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Revealing Messages in the Symbol World of Ban Hing Kiong Temple
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Revealing Messages in the Symbol World of Ban Hing Kiong Temple

Helloindonesia.id – Manado is one of the regions in the archipelago that has long lived in pluralism. This is not a mere figment, the article in the capital of North Sulawesi there is a temple that is about 300 years old called the Ban Hing Kiong temple. Etymologically, the name Ban Hing Kiong comes from […]

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Kabasaran Dance, Minahasa Knight Dance
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Kabasaran Dance, Minahasa Knight Dance

Helloindonesia.id – Their faces look fierce, with bulging eyes, and no smile. Armed with swords and spears, they leapt, back and forth, and swung their weapons swiftly. Looks like a warrior fighting to destroy the enemy. Not infrequently their actions surprise the people who see them so they shout: “arotei, okela” – oh no, gosh. […]

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Batik Day
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National Batik Day, Protecting Indonesia’s cultural arts heritage

Helloindonesia.id – Reported by Tirto.id, the word ‘Batik‘ in language, comes from the combination of two kinds of words, namely the word ‘Amba’ and the word ‘Tik’. ‘Amba’ means broad or wide; which means broad, namely cloth as the material used, while ‘Tik’ means point. So, in combination it is usually called bati In an […]

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Banjar Traditional Houses, South Kalimantan
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Peek at the Uniqueness of Banjar Traditional Houses, South Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – Indonesia is indeed rich in nature and culture. Each region has a natural charm and cultural richness that is unique and different from one another. Likewise with South Kalimantan which has a traditional house of the Banjar Tribe which is quite unique. For those of you who like cultural tourism and want to […]

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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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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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Asking the Ancestors through the Hudoq Dance

Helloindonesia.id – Nusantara has known the tradition of masks since prehistoric times. In the past, masks were deliberately used in various traditions regarding respect for ancestors by performing dances or simply retelling the advice of the ancestors. In fact, masks are considered to be closely related to the spirits of the ancestors who are believed […]

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