Poso Traditional costume  From Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

Poso Traditional costume From Central Sulawesi, Indonesia

The mighty Barong lion, danced by two men. Barong is a Protector and fights Evil, in the mythologies of Bali, Indonesia.

The mighty Barong lion, danced by two men. Barong is a Protector and fights Evil, in the mythologies of Bali, Indonesia.

Traditional Clothing (Wedding dress) from Solo, Central Java

Kumpulan Pakaian Adat Perkawinan Nusantara

Indonesia | Dayak woman with elongated ear lobes.  ca. 1950 | ©A Martin

Borneo is the largest island in the world. The indegenous tribes are called Dayaks. There are over 250 tribes of Dayaks in Borneo.

An Iban tribesmember performing a traditional dance in Sarawak, Malaysia

An Iban tribesmember performing a traditional dance in Sarawak, Malaysia

Balinese mythology, Rangda is Queen of the Leak was told often kidnap and eat children and lead an army against the wicked witch Barong (a symbol of good).

Balinese mythology, Rangda is Queen of the Leak was told often kidnap and eat children and lead an army against the wicked witch Barong (a symbol of good).

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