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Bebongko, Savory Sweet Snacks Typical of Kalimantan – Bebongko is a kind of traditional Kalimantan street food or snack. This wet cake can generally be found in the areas of South Kalimantan and East Kalimantan, where the Banjar and Kutai tribes are located. Bebongko is usually one of the dishes at breakfast. This snack is often served at big events, such […]

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Amantubillah Palace, Seeing Remnants of Mempawah Kingdom’s Glory – Amantubillah Palace stands firmly in Pulau Pedalaman Village, East Mempawah District, West Kalimantan. This palace was built during the reign of Gusti Jamiril. Who had the title Panembahan Adi Wijaya Kesuma (1761 – 1787) who was the 3rd sultan of the Mempawah Sultanate. Amantubillah Palace has a dominant light green color. Once set […]

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Opu Daeng Menambon
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Commemoration on the Tomb of Opu Daeng Menambon – Heading to the Tomb of Opu Daeng Menambon is not easy. Its location on the hill requires that visitors must walk with the incline and through the stairs, amounting to about 256 pieces. This is the tomb of the first king of Mempawah Kingdom who has the title Pangeran Mas Surya Negara. The […]

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Dayak Salako male vest
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Traditional Clothing of the Dayak Salako Tribe – Most Salako Dayaks, farming, farming, hunting and rubber scraping, have very simple lives, do not have prominent identities, like coastal dayaks. Dayak Salako upholds customary law. The Dayak Salako mediated between the warring tribes. The function of customary law is not only to make a deterrent, but still to reconcile both parties to […]

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Tapis Lampung
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Tapis cloth, typical of Lampung – If in Java, we know Batik, in Sumatra we know Ulos while in Flores we know weaving, then in Lampung we will get to know Tapis Fabric. Tapis fabric is now a mainstay souvenir from Lampung. Formerly, the women’s clothing of the Lampung tribe. This Tapis fabric is made of woven cotton thread […]

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Melinting Lampung
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Traditions of Lampung Traditional Marriage “Melinting” – Broadly speaking, the indigenous people of Lampung are divided into two major adat groups, namely Pepadun and Saibatin (Peminggir). However, besides these two large groups, there are other traditional groups that have traditional trinkets and traditional rituals that are different from the two. One of them is Lampung Melinting people who live in […]

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Kubu Dance
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Kubu Dance, Adapted from Medical Ceremonies – Kubu tribe is a tribe that settled on the border between Jambi and South Sumatra. Its life is still semi-nomadic around the Bukit 12 National Park forest. That makes the Kubu community still has a homogeneous pattern of life. This can be seen from the livelihood patterns of the Kubu people who are […]

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Pengadangan, Ogan
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Pengadangan, Ogan Traditional Marriage Tradition – The archipelago community knows various traditions around marriage. Considering that marriage is an important thing and is considered sacred in the life cycle of humans. Including the Ogan people. This tribe who inhabits the highlands of South Sumatra. Is familiar with a tradition surrounding ancestral marriages called the “Pengadangan” tradition. “Pengadangan” is a […]

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The Sakai tribe lives in harmony with nature – Sakai is one of the tribes that inhabit the inland areas of Riau on the island of Sumatra. The ancestors of the Sakai tribe are believed to have come from Pagaruyung, a Malay kingdom that once existed in West Sumatra. In the past, the Sakai tribe had a nomadic pattern of life, moving […]

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Tandok Dance, Tradition in an art – Tandok is not just a bamboo knit container used to hold rice. More than that, Tandok represents an agrarian Batak tribe, maintains its traditional arts and culture, and has strong family ties among each other. This bamboo crochet container then inspired the creation of a traditional dance from North Tapanuli known as the […]

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