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.
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.
Here is lines of traditional woven fabrics from Takpala Village which are various in colors and motifs. The fabric is made from cotton thread and natural dyes; it usually takes more than 1 month long to produce or weave a single fabric. The price might be a little expensive but this beautifully woven fabric is worth that cost.
The Abui people are posing in front of a traditional house. In Takpala Village, there are dozens of fine pyramid-roofed traditional houses of this kind called lopo. The traditional house looks so simple yet beautiful. There are two kinds of lopo, namely kolwat and kanuruat. Kolwat is a house open for public; anyone can enter the house including children and women. Meanwhile, kanuruat is only accessible for certain people.