The Cultural Diversities In Central Sulawesi

Central Sulawesi Settled on the heart of Sulawesi, Central Sulawesi become a very rich province in Indonesia for its culture regarding the 19 ethnic groups that live in that province with 22 languages taken from each ethnics. Nevertheless, Bahasa Indonesia is still the mother tongue to communicate with others. Beside the indigenous that live in Central Sulawesi, there are other immigrants from Bali, Java, East-Nusa Tenggara, West-Nusa Tenggara and other immigrants from Bugis, Makassar and Torajan ethnics. At early begin, this province was the Government of the Kingdom which consists…

The Blue Atmosphere Along The Peninsula

Southeast Sulawesi Another province that stay on Sulawesi Island is Southeast Sulawesi with the capital city of Kendari which located on the east coast of the peninsula. The local inhabitant is ethnic of Tolaki, Buton and Muna. The economic commodities on South Sulawesi is about their agriculture such as, cocoa, cashew, coconut, clove, coffee, pepper and vanilla nut. Forestry, including logs and sawn timber. Fisheries, including inland fisheries and sea fisheries. Livestock, including cows, buffaloes and goats. Mining, including asphalt, nickel, gold, marble, semi precious stones, Onix, limestone and clay.…

Enchanting Toraja on South Sulawesi

South Sulawesi South Sulawesi is one of Indonesia Provinces that lies on Sulawesi Island. Makassar is the capital of this province that was called as Ujung Pandang. The local inhabitant that stay in South Sulawesi is dominated by Bugis and Makassar people, but Toraja ethnic is the indigenous ethnic people from South Sulawesi. Islam is the religion that most people in South Sulawesi hold, except in Toraja that mostly have Christian as their religion or they still have their animist belief known as Aluk, meaning “the way”. The Indonesian government…