East Kalimantan

Belimbur
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan
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Belimbur, the Mass Tradition of Gratitude and Self-Purification

Helloindonesia.id – At the same time as the Keraton entourage that escorted Naga Bini and Naga Laki to Kutai Lama, a series of other rituals were held in front of the Kutai Palace. This series of rituals begins with beumban, begorok, rangga titi, and ends with belimbur. Belimbur is not only the last ritual of […]

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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.
Art
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

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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Beseprah, the Tradition of Mass Breakfast for the People of Kutai
culinary
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan
Tribe

Beseprah, the Tradition of Mass Breakfast for the People of Kutai

Helloindonesia.id – On the sidelines of the Erau Festival, there is one interesting tradition that deserves to be watched. The tradition is beseprah, a mass breakfast tradition followed by various levels of society, regional officials, and relatives of the Sultanate, including the Sultan and the Crown Prince. Even though the participants came from various social […]

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Beumban, Begorok, and Rangga Titi
Culture
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House Tribe
Indonesian
Tribe

Beumban, Begorok, and Rangga Titi

Helloindonesia.id – After the release ceremony of the dragon -carrying group to Kutai Lama was completed, a number of rituals were held around the Kutai Palace. The rituals are consecutive, namely beumban, begorok, and rangga titi. The whole ritual will be a prelude before the belimbur ritual is performed by all Kutai residents. In the […]

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Bebongko
culinary
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Indonesian
Kalimantan
Tribe

Bebongko, Savory Sweet Snacks Typical of Kalimantan

Helloindonesia.id – 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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Dayak Long Ear
Art
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

Long Ear Dayak

Helloindonesia.id – The tradition of lengthening ear lobe is one of the unique cultures in Kalimantan. Although not all tribes actually do this, this culture is already attached to the Dayak community in general. But unfortunately from time to time, this tradition is disappearing, and currently there are only a few Dayaks who still have […]

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Sape Dayak
Art
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

Sape, a musical instrument that accompanies the Dayak community dances

Helloindonesia.id – At first glance, this instrument is similar to a guitar. How to play it is equally picked. This is the sape, a traditional East Kalimantan musical instrument that is widely used to accompany celebration events for the Dayak people. Sape is usually played to accompany various typical Dayak dances at art festivities which […]

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Chopsticks
Art
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Indonesian
Kalimantan

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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Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

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
Art
Culture
East Kalimantan
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Kalimantan

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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