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A woman working the rice fields in Bali, Indonesia, Asia. Travel to Indonesia…

Two Balinese women carry temple offerings of fruit on their head.

Bali, Indonesia --- Two Balinese women carry temple offerings of fruit on their head 1928 --- Image by © Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis

Dayak Culture of Kalimantan,  This is one of cultural or traditional clothes of borneo tengah.ini is saber dance clothes

Culture, Dayak Culture of Kalimantan, This is one of cultural or traditional clothes of borneo tengah.ini is saber dance clothes

Every pura has its own "birthday" according to Balinese calendar. On every birthday, people around pura will come to pray, and bring "sesajen" to devote their gods. In this picture, a group of people from one "banjar" (village) dressed uniformly special for an "odalan" of Pura Alas Kedaton. ❀  Bali Floating Leaf Eco-Retreat ❀ http://balifloatingleaf.com ❀

Going to Odalan - Bali, Indonesia. Hindus in Bali, an island in Indonesia, celebrate the birthday of their local temple every 210 days.

Bali  ceremony 'apendans'  '88 huwelijksreis naar Indonesië met een start in Singapore, daarna Sumatra, Java, Lombok, Bali en Sulawesi. Wat een ervaring!

Bali ceremony 'apendans' Indonesië met een start in Singapore, daarna Sumatra, Java, Lombok, Bali

Indonesia - Sumatra - Nias (1867) - Nias people are an ethnic group native to Nias, an island off the west coast of North Sumatra. In the Nias language, the Nias people are known as Ono Niha; which literally means 'descendants of human'. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nias_people

Indonesia, Nias islanders ~ Nīas (Indonesian: Pulau Nias, Nias language: Tanö Niha) is an island off the western coast of Sumatra, Indonesia. Nias (Kepulauan Nias) is also the name of the archipelago, including the small Hinako Islands.

´Tau-tau´ cliff. Traditional cemetery of Lemo. Tana Toraja

the small square holes are for the coffins, and Tau-Tau above are symbolization of the deceased. Traditional cemetery of Lemo.

The First Color Photos of Bali, Indonesia in 1920s, 1928, Bali, Indonesia --- A Balinese man carries pots with a potent drink to be sold at market --- Image by Franklin Price Knott

Bali, Indonesia --- A Balinese man carries pots with a potent drink to be sold at market --- (Franklin Price Knott/National Geographic Society/Corbis)

Indonesia - The Emerald of Equator Priangan Timur Kampung Naga merupakan suatu perkampungan yang dihuni oleh sekelompok masyarakat yang sangat kuat dalam memegang adat istiadat peninggalan leluhurnya, dalam hal ini adalah adat Sunda. Seperti permukiman Badui, Kampung Naga menjadi objek kajian antropologi mengenai kehidupan masyarakat pedesaan Sunda pada masa peralihan dari pengaruh Hindu menuju pengaruh Islam di Jawa Barat.

25 Best Indonesia Tourism Objects for Your Itinerary: Kampung naga, West Java

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