NTT Flores Traditional Villages

Flores, Moni Village

Flores, Moni Village

Written by on August 5, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores, Moni Village Moni is a small settlement at the foot of the volcanic Mount Kelimutu on the island of Flores in Indonesia. It is a good base for a trip to the coloured lakes of the volcano. Moni can be reached by minibus from Labuanbajo. It is a cramped trip but the scenery is […]

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Flores, Labuhanbajo, Fishing Village

Flores, Labuhanbajo, Fishing Village

Written by on August 2, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores, Labuhanbajo, Fishing Village Labuan Bajo is a fishing town located at the western end of Flores in the Nusa Tenggara region of east Indonesia. Once a small fishing village, Labuan Bajo (also spelled Labuhanbajo and Labuanbajo) in Flores is now a busy bustling center of tourism.[1] It is the launching point for trips to […]

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Flores, Maumere, Fishing Village

Flores, Maumere, Fishing Village

Written by on August 2, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores, Maumere, Fishing Village Wuring Village Wuring, a small fishing village, with impressive Mt Egon volcano in the background, is located on the main road about four kilometers west of Maumere. It is home to Bugis and Bajo people who live in traditionally constructed stilt houses. As Wuring was massively hit by the tsunami in […]

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Flores, Riung, Ngada

Flores, Riung, Ngada

Written by on July 20, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores, Riung Riung is located on the island of Flores – Indonesia. It is part of Ngada Regency. Riung is accessible both by land and water transport. The distance from Bajawa is approximately 72 km. There are regular bus servicing Ende – Riung route, it takes about 3 – 4 hrs driving. Riung once associated […]

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Flores, Wae Rebo Village, Manggarai,

Flores, Wae Rebo Village, Manggarai,

Written by on July 6, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Not too many places in Indonesia that still preserve its traditional houses. Wae Rebo is a village where the last remaining trace of Manggarai architectural evidence is still intact. When the honai in Papua is built in a smaller scale, the mbaru niang, the traditional Manggaraian house, is a five-storied wooden building, wrapped with palm […]

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Flores, Nggela Village, Ngada,,

Flores, Nggela Village, Ngada,,

Written by on June 29, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores, Nggela Village http://www.pbase.com/asianodyssey/maumere The Ngada people; Now Christian, they still to this day keep many of their ancient rituals and customs from the days of “animism. They practice ironmongery, pottery and dye cloth to make traditional sarongs with beautiful yellow embroidery.

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Flores, Wolowaru Village

Flores, Wolowaru Village

Written by on June 29, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores, Wolowaru Village http://www.pbase.com/asianodyssey/maumere What sets Wolowaru apart from other spots is its function as a center of organic cashew nut processing. This small scale enterprise, which is supported by an international development project, has become an important additional source of income for many local farmers.  The cashew nuts which are processed in Wolowaru originate […]

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Flores, Jopu Village, Lio,

Flores, Jopu Village, Lio,

Written by on June 29, 2012 in NTT Flores Traditional Villages with 0 Comments

Flores, Jopu Village http://www.pbase.com/asianodyssey/maumere Jopu village – see the traditional house of Lio’s tribe and pay a call to comprehend the daily life of the local people

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