Content ID – 5 Most Popular Indigenous Villages of Indonesia to Visit in 2020. Indonesia has diverse cultures and traditions and is very rich. Hereditary has been passed down to children and grandchildren, should also be preserved.
Like 5 traditional villages with a wealth of motherland tradition, can be used as a destination that must be visited in 2020. What are you curious about? Come, see the following review.
Wae Rebo, East Nusa Tenggara
Wae Rebo has been declared a World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. Located at an altitude of 1000 meters above sea level surrounded by hills makes this village as the highest in Indonesia, also called a village above the clouds. To reach the location you have to travel about 6 km and also climb for 3 hours.
Interestingly from this Wae Rebo is to have 7 cone-shaped traditional houses and the roof is made of palm leaves. The people here are of West Sumatra Minang descent, because their ancestors used to migrate to Flores and eventually settled here.
Baduy Tribal Village, Banten
The Baduy Tribe Village is located in Kanekes Village, Leuwidamar District, Lebak Regency, Banten, this village has become a tourist icon in Banten. The Baduy are famous for still preserving tradition in the midst of modernization. There are two parts of the Baduy traditional village outside and inside, the difference is the rules of customs and habits.
Baduy in still following the existing customary rules do not use electronic devices, equipment is still very traditional, all are still natural not to use chemicals. While Baduy outside the customary rules many have been abandoned they also use electronic devices. If Friend Traveler wants to experience a new experience try coming to the Baduy Village, even visitors can stay with the Baduy community.
Dayak Pampang Village, East Kalimantan
The village of Dayak Pampang is located on the Siring River in Samarinda City, famous for its Dayak tribe traditional house called Lamin Adat Pamung Tawai, this traditional house has special beautiful carvings. The village routinely organizes traditional dances for local and foreign tourists on weekends.
Many types of dances in this Dayak Village are Hudoq dance, Bangen Tawai dance, Punan Lettu Kancet, Lasan Kancet, Anyam Tali Kanjet, Ajay Piling, Nyalama Sakai and many more.
Trunyan Village, Bali
Trunyan Village is located in the Kintamani District area, Bangli Regency, Bali, which is famous for its unique burial traditions shrouded in mystical stories. This funeral tradition is a tourist attraction that attracts local and foreign tourists.
If in Bali someone dies there will be a Ngaben ceremony or cremation but the people of Trunyan Village will leave their bodies under the Taru Menyan tree without being buried. Uniquely there will be no foul odor from the body of the body because it will be obscured from the fragrant smell of this tree.
Kete Kesu Village, South Sulawesi
Kete Kesu Village in Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi is famous for its traditional house called Tongkonan. It has a very distinctive shape, the roof is curved in shape, consisting of neatly arranged bamboo, beside it is a barn or commonly called alang.
Another uniqueness is the Toraja grave has a variety of shapes such as wall houses, round in a circle. There is also a stone tomb that is a unique tomb of stone and shaped boat, all neatly stacked in the hills near Kete Kesu.
That is the way to go to a traditional village which is a heritage of tradition in Indonesia. Can be a tourist destination that must be visited in 2020.