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Archipelago Diaries

17 sub-tribes of Dayaks gather to dance, sing, play their traditional instruments and celebrate their culture at Jari Janang Kalalawah festival. Photo by David Metcalf/NOW!JAKARTA Before I entered the Dayak house, Ardiyansah performed a small welcome ceremony. Using his original Dayak Ma’anyan language he stated, “This blessing is to honour you as my guest. Leave all diseases and oth...

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Archipelago Diaries

17 sub-tribes of Dayaks gather to dance, sing, play their traditional instruments and celebrate their culture at Jari Janang Kalalawah festival. Photo by David Metcalf/NOW!JAKARTA Before I entered the Dayak house, Ardiyansah performed a small welcome ceremony. Using his original Dayak Ma’anyan language he stated, “This blessing is to honour you as my guest. Leave all diseases and oth...

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Globe Destinations

Heading over to South Korea anytime soon and looking for historical sites to visit? Here’s what you can expect from South Korean culture. The centre of Korea, Seoul is a giant tourist magnet that proposes everything to delight its tourists from being one of the world’s most popular holiday spots and financial epicenters of East Asia. Enchanted by Changdeokgung Palace, Buyongji with the J...

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Hotel Promotions

This March, Four Seasons Hotel Jakarta celebrates International Women’s Day with a range of special offers for women. The hotel also welcomes its new Sunday Brunch at its Italian restaurant, Alto. Invite your female friends to savour the special cake creation by  Executive Pastry Chef Lorenzo Sollecito as part of International Women's Day celebration. Photo courtesy of Four Season Hotel ...

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