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The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since 1,200 years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

The village of Bena is claimed to have existed since 1,200 years ago. The people living in the village have maintained the megalithic character of the village. Bena is the oldest sub-ethnic group and is therefore placed at the center of the village.

A group of Abui men are posing wearing traditional clothing equipped with the instruments for a dance performance. A gong and a brass drum called moko are significant music instruments to accompany the traditional rhyme in a dance performance.

A group of Abui men are posing wearing traditional clothing equipped with the instruments for a dance performance. A gong and a brass drum called moko are significant music instruments to accompany the traditional rhyme in a dance performance.

Tarina is one of interesting dancing attractions one can enjoy while visiting the traditional village of Takpala. Paying attention to their moves and hearing the solemn chant of the traditional song, one may be amazed and moved.

Tarina is one of interesting dancing attractions one can enjoy while visiting the traditional village of Takpala. Paying attention to their moves and hearing the solemn chant of the traditional song, one may be amazed and moved.

Above the uppermost part of the village, visitors can take in the idyllic view and save it in the digital camera to recall the experience and share the story with the world

Above the uppermost part of the village, visitors can take in the idyllic view and save it in the digital camera to recall the experience and share the story with the world

This Sigale-gale wooden puppet is frequently used for traditional rituals, and the local belief that it can move on its own through some kind of magical force from the ancestral spirits.

This Sigale-gale wooden puppet is frequently used for traditional rituals, and the local belief that it can move on its own through some kind of magical force from the ancestral spirits.

Wrapped in the splendors of Lake Toba, the mystifying beauty of Samosir Island lies just a boat ride away.

Wrapped in the splendors of Lake Toba, the mystifying beauty of Samosir Island lies just a boat ride away.

The observation tower locally known as penatap/natapan is the place where one can gaze upon vast, magnificent Lake Toba

The observation tower locally known as penatap/natapan is the place where one can gaze upon vast, magnificent Lake Toba

The traditional dance, Lego-lego, is performed by about 20 Abui people who join hands in a circular. They performed the dance by moving around three composite stones called mesbah (altar)—a sacred stone for the people in Alor. The dancers wear traditional clothing; they also wear a brass bracelet with a jingling sound on their ankles.

The traditional dance, Lego-lego, is performed by about 20 Abui people who join hands in a circular. They performed the dance by moving around three composite stones called mesbah (altar)—a sacred stone for the people in Alor. The dancers wear traditional clothing; they also wear a brass bracelet with a jingling sound on their ankles.

A vast green rice field stretching over the edge of the lake coupled with a picturesque mountain scape as its background, is truly a sight for sore eyes.

A vast green rice field stretching over the edge of the lake coupled with a picturesque mountain scape as its background, is truly a sight for sore eyes.

Bena sits in an area covering 375 meters long and 80 meters wide right on the slopes of Mt. Inerie (2,245 meters asl). Here, 9 different sub-ethnic groups live in 45 houses. The village is only 18 kilometers from Bajawa, the capital city of the district of Ngada.

Bena sits in an area covering 375 meters long and 80 meters wide right on the slopes of Mt. Inerie (2,245 meters asl). Here, 9 different sub-ethnic groups live in 45 houses. The village is only 18 kilometers from Bajawa, the capital city of the district of Ngada.

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