West Sumatra - Indonesia

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The Root Bridge. This unique bridge came from the root trees. Located at painan, West Sumatra Indonesia

The Root Bridge. This unique bridge came from the root trees. Located at painan, West Sumatra Indonesia

Lembah Harau, West Sumatra

Lembah Harau, West Sumatra

Tari Piring   Tari Piring is one of the most enchanting traditional dances of Indonesia., symbolizes the farmer’s joy for a successful harvest.Tari Piring literally means plate (piring) dance (tari). It is the cultural dance of the Minangkabau people, influenced by the late Pagaruyung Kingdom, which ruled West Sumatra in the 14th century.The dance ritual was originally performed by young ladies and men carrying food on the plates, to give thanks to the God for a successful harvest.

Tari Piring Tari Piring is one of the most enchanting traditional dances of Indonesia., symbolizes the farmer’s joy for a successful harvest.Tari Piring literally means plate (piring) dance (tari). It is the cultural dance of the Minangkabau people, influenced by the late Pagaruyung Kingdom, which ruled West Sumatra in the 14th century.The dance ritual was originally performed by young ladies and men carrying food on the plates, to give thanks to the God for a successful harvest.

lembah anai, Sumatera barat. Indonesia

lembah anai, Sumatera barat. Indonesia

Kelok 9 Bridge is a bridge that connect Padang City to Pekanbaru or vice versa through Payakumbuh City. Named Kelok 9 because the road in this area has nine curves. http://www.goindonesia.com/id/hotels/indonesia/sumatra/padang/jembatan_kelok_sembilan

Kelok 9 Bridge is a bridge that connect Padang City to Pekanbaru or vice versa through Payakumbuh City. Named Kelok 9 because the road in this area has nine curves. http://www.goindonesia.com/id/hotels/indonesia/sumatra/padang/jembatan_kelok_sembilan

Masjid Pagaruyung, Batu Sangkar, West Sumatera - Indonesia. Minang Style Building clearly shown in here.

Masjid Pagaruyung, Batu Sangkar, West Sumatera - Indonesia. Minang Style Building clearly shown in here.

Pagaruyung Palace, Bukit Tinggi, West Sumatra, Indonesia

Pagaruyung Palace, Bukit Tinggi, West Sumatra, Indonesia

"#Indonesian #Randai #Theatre at UHM: Insights into the Adaptation and Rehearsal Process" was the title of a talk led by Kirstin Pauka, professor in the Department of Theatre and #Dance at the University of Hawai′i at Mānoa.

"#Indonesian #Randai #Theatre at UHM: Insights into the Adaptation and Rehearsal Process" was the title of a talk led by Kirstin Pauka, professor in the Department of Theatre and #Dance at the University of Hawai′i at Mānoa.

Istana pagaruyung

Istana pagaruyung


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