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Ta’a shirt, traditional women's clothing in northern Kalimantan
Ta’a shirt, traditional women's clothing in northern Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – Ta’a clothing is a traditional dress worn specifically by Dayak women in Borneo. This outfit is made of black velvet fabric with knick-knacks or decoration in the form of sewn beads. Ta’a consists of a boss with a model resembling a vest (without sleeves), a subordinate in the form of a skirt with […]

Mandau, The traditional weapon of North Kalimantan
Mandau, The traditional weapon of North Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – Indonesia is a country full of various cultures and inheritance of preceding objects, one of which is a traditional weapon. the weapon used to be used to fight against possible invaders. this time we will discuss from one of the ones that are quite interesting in Indonesia, namely Kalimantan. North Kalimantan, abbreviated as […]

Ulap Doyo, Dayak Benuaq Tribe Woven Fabric in East Kalimantan
Ulap Doyo, Dayak Benuaq Tribe Woven Fabric in East Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – The weaving of doyo has been designated as an intangible cultural heritage of Indonesia since 2013. This traditional weaving developed by the Benuaq Dayak tribe is one of the priceless wasteland of the archipelago. Doyo ulap weaving has a special quality. Weaving is also environmentally friendly because it is made from natural ingredients. […]

Pukul Manyapu, Unique Tradition from Central Maluku
Pukul Manyapu, Unique Tradition from Central Maluku

Helloindonesia.id – Swept or Raw Manyapu Punch is a unique tradition to celebrate Eid al-Fitr. This tradition was held by the people of Mamala Village and Morela Village, Leihitu District, Central Maluku, every 7 Shawwal in the Hijri calendar. The tradition of the Manyapu Pukul has been around since the 17th century. A Maluku Muslim […]

Merapu The Original Religion Of The Sumba Island
Merapu The Original Religion Of The Sumba Island

Helloindonesia.id – Marapu is a belief in the ancestral heritage of the people of Sumba. The original belief of the archipelago is still sustainable to date, and is held firmly by some of the people of Sumba. Marapu is formed from two words, namely mar and apu. The word mar means the creator of the universe and […]

Badik, Traditional Weapon of South Sulawesi Communities
Badik, Traditional Weapon of South Sulawesi Communities

Helloindonesia.id – Badik is one of the traditional weapons that became cultural identity of Malay tribes in South Sulawesi, such as the Bugis, Makassar, and Mandar tribes. In the Ancient Luwu era, badik was known as kalio. At that time, Kalio was used more as an agricultural tool and self defense. However, as time went […]

Pacu Itiak West Sumatra
Pacu Itiak West Sumatra

Itiak race (race or duck race) is one of the unique habits possessed by the Minangkabau community. The itiak race itself comes from Payakumbuh, Limay town district, West Sumatra Province. This habit is unique because if people usually use cattle or buffalo as animals that often used for racing, as is the case with the […]

Nganggung tradition in Bangka Belitung
Nganggung tradition in Bangka Belitung

is a hereditary tradition that can only be found in Bangka. Because the nganggung tradition is a Bangka identity, in accordance with the slogan Sepintu Sedulang, which reflects the nature of mutual cooperation, the same weight is carried lightly and equally carried. In this event, every family head brings dulang, a kind of round tray […]

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