Sunday, July 24, 2011

Indonesia Park/ TMII (Jakarta, Indonesia)

In Indonesia, almost every tribe has a shape and style of different buildings, even a not uncommon one tribe has more than one type of traditional buildings. Traditional architecture of the building or they make are always in the background by the environmental and cultural conditions that are owned. In TMII, the picture is realized through the Pavilions, which represents tribes in 33 Provinces of Indonesia. The pavilion was built in the provinces around the lake with a miniature archipelago of Indonesia, thematically divided into six zones; Java, Sumatra, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Bali and Nusa Tenggara, Maluku and Papua. Each pavilion displays a typical local building. The pavilion also displays clothes and costumes, wedding dress, dance dress, as well as ethnographic artefacts such as weapons and furnishings typical of everyday life, model building, and handicrafts. Everything is intended to provide detailed information about the traditional way of life by various tribes in Indonesia. Each province also has a stage pavilion, amphitheater or auditorium to display various traditional dances, folk music performances, and various ceremonies are usually held on Sundays. some of the pavilion also features a cafeteria or a small shop that serves a variety of Indonesian cuisine typical of the province, and equipped with souvenir shops selling various handicrafts, T-shirts and various souvenirs.


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