About Culture Attractive Indonesian People In 34 Provinces

Netgenz - Destination|  The Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia is a charming country with the charm of natural and cultural diversity, is an archipelago consisting of various ethnic groups. With this diversity of tribes, Indonesia has unique cultures, customs, beliefs, historical stories, and beautiful landscapes that can amaze anyone. Indonesian culture consists of various categories. There are language, traditional clothes, dances, musical instruments, food, traditional houses, traditional ceremonies, traditional weapons, and so on. Not only that, but traditions in Indonesia also include traditional medicines such as herbal medicine, various kinds of ingredients, and so on.

Balinese Tradition




Bali Province



1.Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam (NAD) Province, Banda Aceh City Nickname: Veranda of Mecca

Traditional House: Krong Bade

Traditional Clothing: Traditional Ulee Balang

Traditional Dance: Seudati

Traditional weapon: Rencong

Folk songs: Bungong Jeumpa, Lembah Alas, Piso Surit

Regional Languages: Aceh Gayo, Alas, Aneuk Jamee, Tamiang, Devayan, Simeulue.

2.North Sumatra Province (SUMUT) Medan City Nickname: Kota Melayu Deli

House: Adat Bolon

Traditional Clothing: Traditional Ulos

Traditional Dance: Tor-Tor

Traditional weapon: Piso Surit

Regional Songs: Anju Ahu, Butet, Cikala Le Pongpong, Dago Inang Sarge, Ketabo, Leleng Ma Hupaima, Lisoi, Madekdek Magambiri, Mariam Tomong, Nasonang Dohita Nadua, O'pio, Piso Surit, Rambadia, Say Selamat Masinegar, Sengko-sengko , Sigulempong, Sik Sik Sibatumanikam, Sinanggar Tulo, Sing Sing So, Sory Ya Katulla, Tarutung Na Uli (North Tapanuli)

Regional Language: Batak

3.West Sumatra Province (SUMBAR) Padang City Traditional House: Gadang

Traditional Clothing: Bundo Kanduang

Traditional Dance: Umbrella

Traditional Weapons: Karih

Regional songs: Anak Daro, Ayam Den Lapeh, Badindin, Barek Solok, Palinggam Paddle, Sipaku Gelang Bracelet, Ka Parak Tingga, Kambanglah Bungo, Kampuang Nan Jauh Di Mato, Kaparak Tingga, Lah Laruik Sanjo, Mak Inang, Malam Baiko, Paku Gelang , Rang Talu, Sansaro, Seringgit Dua Kupang, Tak Tong-Tong, Payung Dance

Regional Language: Minang

4.Riau Province (SUMATRA) Kota Pekan Baru Traditional House: Selaso Jatuh Kembar

Traditional Customary Clothing: Malay

Traditional Dance: Joged slow

Traditional weapons: Jenawi & Badik swords

Regional Songs: Kutang Barendo, Lancang Kuning, Ocu Maantau, Soleram, Laksmana Raja at the Sea, Solop Beach

Regional Language: Malay

5.Riau Islands Province (KEPRI) Traditional House: Belah Bubung

Traditional Clothing: Pot

Traditional Dance: Tandak

Traditional Weapons: Jenawi sword

Folk songs: Pak Ngah Belek, Segantang Lada

Regional Language: Malay

6.Jambi Province (SUMATRA) Jambi City Nicknames: The City of Sorcerers, Bumi Melayu Lancang Kuning, Bumi Gurindam and Negeri Pantun

Traditional House: long

Traditional Clothing: Jambi Malay

Traditional Dance: betel chalk

Traditional weapon: Keris

Regional songs: Batanghari, Dodoi Si Dodoi, Injit-Injit Semut, Pinang Muda, Selendang

Regional Languages: Kubu, Kerinci, Batin, Malay, Bajau

7.South Sumatra Province Palembang City Nickname: Pempek City

Traditional House: Limas

Traditional Clothing: Aesan Gede

Traditional Dance: Princess Bekhusek

Traditional Weapons: Keris

Folk songs: Mayang, Timang-Timang Anakku Sayang

Regional Language: Palembang

8.Bangka Belitung Province (BABEL), Pangkal Pinang City Traditional House: Rakit Limas

Traditional Customary Clothing: P testimony

Traditional Dance: Zapin

Traditional weapon: Siwar Panjang

Folk song: Yok Miak

Regional Language: Malay

9.Bengkulu Province, Bengkulu City

Traditional House: People

Traditional Clothing: Bengkulu

Traditional Dance: Angel

Traditional weapon: Keris

Folk songs: Lalan Belek, Sungai Suci, Umang-umang

Regional Languages: Malay, Serawai, Rejang, Pasemah, Gumai, Kaur, Lebak

10.Lampung Province, Bandar Lampung City

Traditional House: Nowou Heretical

Traditional Clothing: Bawang Bawang

Dance: Rolling

Traditional Weapons: Badik

Regional Songs: Adi-adi Laun Lambar, Anak Tupai, Cangget Agung, Lipang Lipandang, Tanoh Lado, Sang Bumi Ghuwai Jughai, Bumi Lampung, Sakai Sambayan, Seminung, Muloh Tungga, Penyandangan, Lampung Bay

11.Regional Language: Malay

DKI Jakarta City of Jakarta Nickname: Metropolitan City

Custom home

Traditional Betawi Clothing

Traditional Dance: Yapong

Golok Traditional Weapons

Regional Songs: Jali-Jali, Keroncong Kemayoran, Kicir-Kicir, Lenggang Kangkong, Ondel Ondel, Ronggeng, Sirih Kuning, Surilang

Regional Language: Betawi

12.West Java Province Bandung City Nickname: Metropolitan City

Sundanese Traditional House

Kebaya Traditional Traditional Clothing

Traditional Dance: Peacock

Traditional Kujang Weapons

Regional Songs: Squirrel Luncat, Bubuy Bulan, Cing Cangkeling, Ice Lilin, Manuk Dadali, Neng Geulis, Nenun, Panon Hideung, Pepeling, Peuyeum Bandung, Pileuleuyan, Sapu Nyere Pegat Simpai, Tokecang, Warung Pojok

Regional Language: Sundanese

13.Banten Province, City of Serang Traditional Dance: Mask Dance

Traditional House: Kesepuhan House

Traditional Weapon: Cleaver

Folk song: Paddle Sampan

Folk songs: Paddle Sampan, Jereh Bu Guru, Tong Sarakah

Regional Languages: Sundanese, Banyumasa

14.Central Java Province Semarang City Nickname: Lumpia City / City of Herbs

Traditional House: Joglo

Traditional Clothing: Kebaya Cloth

Traditional Dance: Bambang Cakil

Weapon: Keris

Regional songs: Bapak Pucung, Gambang Suling, Gek Kepriye, Gundhul Pacul, Ilir-Ilir, Jamuran, Jaranan, Padhang Wulan

Regional Language: Javanese

15.Jogjakarta Province City of Jogjakarta Province Nickname: City of Gudeg, City of Students, City of Arts and Culture


Traditional House: Ward Kencono

Traditional Customary Clothing: Kasatrian

Traditional Dance: Serimpi

Weapon: Keris

Regional songs: Pitik Tukung, Sinom, Suwe Ora Jamu, Te Kate Dipanah

Regional Language: Javanese

16.East Java Province, Surabaya City Nickname: City of Heroes

Traditional House: Joglo (East Java)

Traditional Clothing: Pesa'an

Regional Dance: Remong

Weapon: Clurit

Regional songs: Cublak-cublak Suweng, Gai Bintang (Madura), Kembang Malathe, Keraban Sape, Rek Ayo Rek, Tanduk Majeng (Madura)

Regional Languages: Javanese and Madurese

17.Bali Province Denpasar City Traditional House: Gapura Candi Bentar

Traditional Clothing: Bali

Regional Dance: Legong

Weapon: Keris

Regional songs: Dewa Ayu, Janger, Macepet Cepetan, Mej Pangeran, Meyong-Meyong, Ngusak Fun, Puteri Ayu, Balinese Dance, Ratu Anom

Regional Languages: Balinese and Sasak

18.West Nusa Tenggara Province, the Capital of Mataram, Traditional House: In Loka Samawa

Traditional Clothing: Lombok

Regional Dance: Mpaa Dance: Lenggogo

Weapon: Keris

Folk Songs: Helele U Ala De Teang, Moree, Orlen-orlen, Pai Mura Rame, Tebe Onana, Tutu Koda

Regional Languages: Sasak, Balinese, Sumbawa, Bima

19.East Nusa Tenggara Province Kupang City Traditional House: Musalaki

Traditional Clothing: East Nusa Tenggara

Regional dance: Gareng Lameng

Weapon: Sundu

Folk Songs: My Goat Boy, Bolelebo, My Village, Lerang Wutun, O Nina Noi, Orere, Cut the Duck Goose

Regional Languages: Alor, Belu, Ende, Larantuka, Manggarai, Ngada, Sikka, Sumba, Sabu, Rote

20.West Kalimantan Province Pontianak City Traditional House: Panjang

Traditional Customary Clothing: War

Regional Dance: Monong

Weapon: Mandau

Regional songs: Cik Cik Periuk, Aek Kapuas, Masjid Jami ', Alon-Alon, Kapal Belon

Regional Languages: Malay, Dayak, Chinese

21.Central Kalimantan Province Palangkaraya City Traditional House: Betang

Traditional Clothing: Central Kalimantan

Regional Dances: Balean Dadas, Tambun & B Sungai Dance

Weapon: Mandau

Folk songs: Bawi Kuwu, Kalayar, Manasai, Nuluya, Oh Indang Oh Apang, Palu Lempong Popi, Tumpi Wayu

Regional Languages: Malay, Dayak, Mandarin

22.East Kalimantan Province (KALTIM), Samarinda City Nickname: Tepian City


Traditional House: Lamin

Traditional Clothing: East Kalimantan

Regional Dance: Gong

Weapon: Mandau

Folk songs: Indung-Indung, Oh Adingkoh

Regional Languages: Malay, Dayak, Bugis, Banjar

23.Province of South Kalimantan (KALSEL) Banjarmasin City Traditional House: High ridges

Traditional clothes: Bagajah Gamuling Baular Lulut

Regional dance: Baksa Kembang

Weapon: Keris

Regional songs: Ampar-Ampar Pisang, Paris Barantai, Bapuncu Ampat Handkerchief

Regional Languages: Malay, Dayak, Kutai, Banjar

24.North Sulawesi Province Manado City Traditional House: Heir

Traditional Clothing: Kulavi (Donggala)

Regional dance: Maengket

Weapon: Keris

Regional Songs: Esa Mokan, Youth Girl, O Ina Ni Keke, Si Patokaan, Sitara Tillo, Tahanusangkara, Tan Mahurang

Regional Languages: Minahasa, Sangir, Talaud

25.North Kalimantan Province (KALTARA), Tanjung Selor City Traditional House: Baloy

Traditional Clothing: Kulavi (Donggala)

Regional Dance: Kencet ledo

Weapon: Mandau

Regional songs: Bebalon, Pinang Sendawar and Tuyang

Regional Languages: Bulungan Language, Tidung Language, Dayak Language and Banjar Language.

26.West Sulawesi Province (SUMBAR) Mamuju City Regional Dances: Patuddu Dance, Kondo Sapata Dance, Fan Dance.

Traditional House: Tongkonan House

Traditional Weapons, Spears

Traditional clothing: West Sulawesi

Regional Song: Tenggang Tenggang Lopi

Regional Languages: Mandar, Bugis, Toraja, Makassar

27.Central Sulawesi Province (SULTENG), Palu City Traditional House: Heir Tambi

Traditional Clothing: Nggembe

Regional Dances: Pule Clinde, Lumense Dance

Weapon: Pasatimpo

Folk songs: Tondok Kadadiangku, Tope Gugu

Regional Languages: Balantak, Banggai, Bungku, Buol, Kailli, Pamona, Lore, Moli, Toli-toli, Tomini.

28.Southeast Sulawesi Province (SULTRA) Kendari City Traditional House: Buton

Traditional Customary Clothing: Tolaki Tribe

Regional Dance: Buton

Weapon: Keris

Folk songs: Peia Tawa-Tawa, Tana Wolio

Regional Languages: Bunku-Male, Muna-Butung

29.South Sulawesi Province Makassar City Traditional House: Tongkonan

Traditional Clothing: Bodo

Regional Dance: Fan

Weapon: Badik

Folk songs: Ammac Ciang, Anak Kukang, Anging Mamiri, Ati Raja, Batti'batti, Ganrang Pakarena, Marencong-rencong, Pakarena

Regional Languages: Bugis, Maxsar, Mandar, Toraja

30.Gorontalo Province Gorontalo City Traditional House: Dulohupa

Traditional Clothing: Gorontalo

Regional Dances: polo-polo

Weapon: Badik

Folk songs: Tahuli Li Mama, Moholunga, Binde Biluhuta, Dabu-Dabu

Regional Languages: Atinggola, Gorontalo, Mongondow, Suwawa

31.Maluku Province Ambon City Nickname: Amon Manise City

Traditional House: Baileo

Traditional Clothing: Cele Dress

Regional Dances: Lenso

Weapon: My Salawa

Folk Songs: Ambon Manise, Ayo Mama, Open the Door, Cockatoo, Tantina Bird, Goro-Goro Ne, Mount Salahatu, Hela Rotan, Huhatee, Kole-Kole, Lembe-lembe, Mande-mande, Climbing to the Top of the Mountain, Miss Sweet Who Has, O Ulate, Ole Sioh, Rasa Sayange, Sarinande, Saule, Sayang Kene, Siwalima Arika, Already Sailing, Tanase, Toki Tifa, Rainy Afternoon

Regional Languages: Banda, Buru, Furu, Aru, Kei, Kaisar, Larat, Leti, Moa, Tanimbar, Seram and Roma

32.North Maluku Province Ternate City / Sofifi Traditional House: Sasadu

Traditional Clothing: Manteren Lamo

Regional Dances: Lenso

Weapon: My Salawa's machete

Folk song: Una Kapita

Regional Languages: Bacan, Damar, Balela, Fayo, Loda, Moba, Morotai, Obi, Sula, Taliabu, Ternate, Tobelo

33.West Papua Province Manokwari City Traditional House: Honai

Traditional Ewer Clothing

Traditional Dance: Musyoh, welcome dance

Weapons: Arrows

Folk Song: Apuse and Yamko Rambe Yamko

Regional Languages: Bacan, Damar, Balela, Fayo, Loda, Moba, Morotai, Obi, Sula, Taliabu, Ternate, Tobelo

Regional Languages: Dera, Kaure, Kentuk Bresi, Mann, Morwap, Molof, Mooi, Tobati, Senggi, Sentani

34.Papua Province Jayapura City Traditional House: Honai

Traditional Customary Clothing: Papua

Regional Dances: Musyoh

Weapon: Dagger

Folk songs: E Mambo Simbo, Sajojo sajojo

Regional Languages: Dera, Kaure, Kentuk Bresi, Mann, Morwap, Molof, Mooi, Tobati, Senggi, Sentani

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