Wednesday, July 25, 2012

4 Most Famous Cultural Tourism in Indonesia

With composed of various tribes, ethnicities, customs and traditions, not surprising that Indonesia has a tremendous diversity. Of various diversity tersebutlah then there are many different kinds of typical Indonesian cultural festival that you can enjoy.
Here are some kind of festival that can be enjoyed from the celebration of art, batik, dance and ceremony. Here you'll find ethnic diversity and traditions of various parts of the archipelago.
Krakatau Festival
Krakatau Festival is an annual festival held in Lampung. The festival is held to celebrate the volcanic island of the same name, namely Krakatau.
During the festival, visitors can enjoy a variety of performances such as Carnival Tuping (Lampung Mask Carnival), elephant and various dances from Lampung and surrounding cities. The festival is held every mid-month each year between the months of July to October.
Bali Arts Festival
One of the biggest annual celebration of arts and culture in Indonesia, Bali Arts Festival is always crowded. For a month every month of June, various art shows, exhibitions and other cultural activities will take place in Bali. The festival offers dance, music and the beauty of their culture.
Solo Batik Carnival
This event is a combination of ceremonies, fashion shows and carnivals, all using batik as a theme. There will also be a bazaar that offers a wide range of unique batik and souvenir Solo. Solo Batik Carnival is always held annually in June each year.
Baliem Valley Festival
Typical annual festival has its roots in the belief Papua the local tribes that war is not just a conflict keuasaan and interests, but also a symbol of fertility and prosperity. Since 20 years ago, local governments have stressed the importance of peace among the tribes who fought to prevent a prolonged revenge and loss of life. So, Baliem Valley Festival is an event organized to replace the inter-tribal warfare.
As you may have guessed, the main event was a war between tribes. Imagine more than 20 different tribes each with 30 to 50 people wearing traditional dress, carrying spears, bows, arrows and machetes. There are also performances and a host of other attractions, such as local traditional games, dances, as well as local cuisine. The festival is held every September.

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