Ethnic Group - Dayak

The Dayak or Dyak (play /ˈdaɪ.ək/) are the native people of Borneo.[1] It is a loose term for over 200 riverine and hill-dwelling ethnic subgroups, located principally in the interior of Borneo, each with its own dialect, customs, laws, territory and culture, although common distinguishing traits are readily identifiable. Dayak languages are categorised as part of the Austronesian languages in Asia. The Dayak were animist in belief; however many converted to Christianity, and some embraced Islam
Dayak Kayan women with tattoo, Borneo. Indonesia

Dayak Kayan women with tattoo, Borneo. Indonesia

Old woman from Dayak Kenyah tribe

Old woman from Dayak Kenyah tribe

From Dayak, East Kalimantan

From Dayak, East Kalimantan

Sea Dayak (Iban) woman from Rejang, Sarawak, wearing rattan corset decorated with brass rings and filigree adornments. c. 1910

Sea Dayak (Iban) woman from Rejang, Sarawak, wearing rattan corset decorated with brass rings and filigree adornments. c. 1910

Dayak

Dayak

Dayak

Dayak

Dayak women, Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Dayak women, Kalimantan, Indonesia.

Dayak

Dayak

DAYAK LOSARANG INDONESIA

DAYAK LOSARANG INDONESIA

Dayak

Dayak

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