Culture (30)

Sunday, 02 July 2017 16:10

Festival of people and tribes in Bali

Written by

Festival of people and tribes in Bali, Indonesia is a photography post or photoblog dedicated to the many unique and interesting tribes and cultures of Indonesia. While I visited Bali back in June 2011, I was fortunate enough to attend a massive local festival which showcased the many different people and cultures of Indonesia in one big event. Being an avid photographer, I was totally ecstatic about this festival which was held at Lapangan Puputan in Badung, Denpasar and went snapshot crazy. The funny thing I noticed here was that the majority of the crowd were mostly locals and I hardly saw any foreigners there.

​​​​Former US president Barack Obama has said that Indonesia, with its Bhinneka Tunggal Ika (Unity in Diversity) principles, could inspire other Muslim countries in promoting tolerance and moderation.

In his keynote speech for the 4th Indonesian Diaspora Congress in Jakarta on Saturday, Obama underlined that Indonesia's spirit of tolerance has been embodied in its constitution and symbolized by mosques, churches, temples and shrines located next to each other, and people living alongside one another in peace and harmony.

The food in Indonesia ranges from average to excellent, depending on where you are and what you're eating. Sorry, we know that's vague. Nasi Goreng and Mie Goreng are the most popular dishes and always cheap ($1-$3USD). Most restaurants will also offer thai curries and spring rolls, along with all you favorite basic Asian dishes.

Saturday, 01 July 2017 13:40

Traditional Architecture of Indonesia

Written by

Indonesia is a country with vast natural beauty stretching from Sabang to Merauke, diversity of culture and tourism combined with the unique characteristics of each local community. One of sample of the cultural heritage of Indonesia is Architecture Traditional. The unique from Architecture Traditional of Indonesia because Indonesia has 33 provinces, each of Indonesia's ethnic groups has its own distinctive form of the traditional vernacular architecture of Indonesia, known as rumah adat.

Monday, 19 June 2017 15:27

Pori-Pori House

Written by


Clients are spouses of graphic designers in need of a home and an office at the same time (SOHO/Small Office Home Office). Hence, the dialog between the domestic area and working area is the most essential part.

Ciputra Artpreneur is one of Jakarta’s latest and most significant cultural venues, uniquely integrated into the top levels of the Ciputra World Jakarta Mall, a commercial landmark located at the heart of the city’s Golden Triangle.

The World Wildlife Fund Indonesia has called for the conservation of birds-of-paradise – especially in Papua.

Locally known as cendrawasih, the bird species is synonymous with the two island provinces but it has fallen prey to illegal trade, poaching and taxidermy.

Friday, 19 May 2017 12:20

Jember Fashion Festival Carnival

Written by

The fashion parade has provided positive image of the town of Jember as well as the show's host carnaval Festival the longest catwalk and one of the seven largest carnival in the world. With the theme of "Eye on Triumph", JFC showcase creative works full-color nation Sudarman road route passes (Central Park), Gajah Mada, to Sport Hall Jember.

Friday, 19 May 2017 12:18

Saman Dance

Written by
Indonesia has a lot of culture that spread out from the tip of Sumatera (Nangroe Aceh Darussalam Province) until the tip of New Guinea (Papua Province). If you watch the show of International Art and Culture that followed by Indonesia, usually you will see the Saman Dance as one of this country's culture. This dance is one of the traditional dances that are exist in Indonesia originating from Nangroe Aceh Darussalam Province and also has often performed at the International pageant.
Thursday, 18 May 2017 10:28

Indonesian Papua

Written by

Define your own paths and be awed by Indonesian Papua’s incredible landscapes and the warmth of its diverse cultures. Dive- and eco-resorts are set amid lush tropical forest and some of the richest biodiversity found on Earth. The Raja Ampat islands are some of the most stunning in the world, with spectacularly clear turquoise seas and lush foliage that blanket the towering mountains.

Page 1 of 3
© 2017 Eyes on Indonesia. All Rights Reserved. Designed By Lennart