Posts Under Sulawesi/Celebes Island Category

Pajaga Dance

Pajaga Dance

Tari Pajaga Sulawesi Selatan Pajaga Dance is a traditional dance from Luwu. The dancer is girls with colorful traditional costume called Baju Bodo and equipped with golden glove. From the head until the hand is decorated with golden accessory. The movement is mostly done with hand and harmonize by foot movement creates soft hip move. This dance is traditionally danced by children in the palace an...

Konro

Konro

Konro soup is a traditional Indonesian beef ribs dish from Bugis and Makassar tradition. This soup is usually made of beef and the ribs. The blackish – soupy cuisine is usually eaten with small pieces of ketupat. The color comes from the Indonesian black fruit, kluwek.

Kalosara

Kalosara

Kalo or Kalosara is an object made of three  rattan strands which then twisted to form a circle. It is twisted counter clockwise or twisted to the left. The end of the third winding rattan thread is then knotted and tied whereone  ends of rattan is hidden in the winding, while the other is left sticking out. This union of the three rattan strands is a symbol that has meaning the unity of th...

Bissappu Waterfall

Bissappu Waterfall

Bissappu waterfall is located in Bonotsalluang village, Bissapu. It is about 5km from Bantaeng city. If the visitor wants to see the beautiful landscape of the waterfall, they had better to go there in the morning so that they can get the fresh air and beautiful view of the waterfall.

Paolle Dance and Paddekko Dance

Paolle Dance and Paddekko Dance

Paolle and Paddekko dance are traditional dance of Bantaeng. The dance is used to perform for king enthroning or traditional ceremonies such appainung karaeng or heirloom bathing, harvesting, wedding, or circumcision. Paolle dance is Bantaeng version of Pakarena dance which is performed by 6 to 12 girls, while Paddekko dance is performed by boys. The dancers wear traditional costume such as red ...