The Few Interested by Foreign People Come to Indonesia
Wae Rebo Traditional Village Wae Rebo Traditional Village is in the Manggarai District in Flores, East Nusa Tenggara. The Wae Rebo Traditional Village has received the Top Award of Excellence from UNESCO in the UNESCO Asia Pacific Heritage Awards 2012 which was announced in Bangkok on August 27, 2012. This small and remote village is known for the rebuilding of the Mbaru Niang traditional house which is based on the spirit of community cooperation towards tradition. sustainable, while increasing the welfare of the village. Here are popular vacation spots in Wae Rebo Traditional Village:
a. Todo Forest Beautiful mountains and dense Todo forest. In this tropical forest you can find orchids, various types of ferns and lots of birds.
b. Mbaru Niang Mbaru Niang is a traditional house in Wae Rebo which has a conical shape and is completely covered with palm weeds from the roof to the ground. This traditional house has five levels, each level designed for a specific purpose.
Gili Trawangan Gili Trawangan is one of the leading destinations in West Nusa Tenggara (NTB). Gili Trawangan is on the northwest side of Lombok Island. On Gili Trawangan you will get a landscape of white sand beaches with colorful boats floating in clear blue water. The area near Gili Trawangan, namely Gili Meno and Air or known as Gili Tramena. Quoting the NTB Disbudpar page, the following are activities that tourists can do at the Gili Trawangan vacation spot:
a. Cycling Tourists can freely cycle around Gili Trawangan. This is because the Gili Trawangan area is far from air pollution, there are no motorbikes because it is prohibited by local regulations. The vehicles allowed on Gili Trawangan are bicycles and cidomo (horse-drawn carriages).
b. Snorkeling Gili Trawangan has the beauty of coral reefs that amaze. This area is also an attractive destination for snorkeling.
Tana Toraja Tana Toraja in North Sulawesi is thick with customs and culture. There are various interesting tourist destinations to visit in Tana Toraja, ranging from culture to nature. Here are popular vacation spots in Toraja:
a. Lemo Cave Lemo Cave is a tomb for the nobles of Tana Toraja. This tomb is made of limestone hills and is decorated with various wooden statues shaped to resemble people who have died and their bodies buried in the rock.
b. Buntu Burake Statue of Jesus This statue of Jesus is located on the Buntu Burake Hill. This statue was built by replicating the style of the statue in Rio de Janeiro, Christ the Redeemer. Not only the statue of Jesus, tourists can also see the glass bridge that surrounds it. This 90 meter long glass bridge is called the longest in Indonesia.
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Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi
Tana Toraja is a district located in the highlands of South Sulawesi. This place is very famous for its rituals and traditional ceremonies of death and respect for ancestors. For ordinary people, the rituals of the Tana Toraja people are quite extreme.
In addition to these unique traditional rituals, Tana Toraja saves natural beauty in the form of steep rock hills. In these hills there is a cave that is used as a grave. The hill walls are also widely used as hanging graves. Traditional houses with charming details and expanses of rice fields make Tana Toraja still have beautiful natural scenery to be enjoyed.