Le Grandeur Hotel – Review

Hello Travellers,

I am back with Hotel Review in Balikpapan. Now, I’ll review about Le Grandeur Hotel Balikpapan.

Le Grandeur Balikpapan sits on its own extensive garden. adjoining a beautiful sandy oeach overlooking the Makassar straits. Fifteen minutes to the East lies Balikpapan International Airport, five minutes to the West, you’ll find the town’s business center.

About Le Grandeur Balikpapan

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Family Picnic In Tenggarong

Hello Dears,…

How are you friends? I just little bit busy at work, so can’t update new post here. Hope you’ve wonderful life and anything is well ya. Okay,… On this post I’ll share bit about my family trip. It’s like a family picnic, not go to far way. We visit Tenggarong 😄😄😄. 

Let me told you about Tenggarong ya, Continue reading

Kenapa Harus Perawatan?

Hello Dears,…

I want to post something on this site, but I can’t cause of my busy life. Aah,… I had may ideas on my mind, but can’t make it happen. So sad laah,… Sorry to say ya, saya lagi males banget nulis pake English. Lagi gak nyampe finalnya sih. Banyak banget ide di otak, tapi sayang banget kalau gak bisa tersalurkan dengan benar. Saya punya beauty haul, tapi belum ada update sedikitpun tentang itu.

Postingan terakhir tentang My Beauty Treatment di Klinik Dokterkulitku. Continue reading

Indonesian Marriage Tradition In Balikpapan

Hello Dear,…

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This evening I take a time to write here about Indonesian Marriage Tradition. When you always make a mistakes on they’re eyes and mind. Why? You should know about that thing and maybe you’ll not understand what I mean. Indonesia is a big country, has a lots of culture and tradition. Some people follow some tradition, and different state had a different tradition. Culture and tradition is same thing that some people follow on they life.

I’ll let you know little bit of Indonesian Marriage Tradition (especially in my city or state). I live in Balikpapan that has many people come from other states and other island. Most population in Balikpapan from Java, South Kalimantan, and South Sulawesi. And we know about “Jujuran” tradition here in Balikpapan. Who call this first? And how Balikpapan get this tradition? Its long time ago and Banjar tribe from South Kalimantan already practice this for marriage tradition. Isn’t happening on Kalimantan, but most in state of Indonesia. But, they has other name with same mean. Jujuran is when a Man with his family come to Women’s family for marriage proposal with some money. First, Man’s family ask to Women’s family about how much money they need to make a wedding party. Yaps,… Jujuran is fund for your wedding party. If you have wedding party dream and want to make it come true, so you should have much money to realize.

Okay,… I’ll write about Marriage Tradition step in Balikpapan (especially about my culture and tradition). Cause different family has different culture and tradition.

Step 1: A Man and his family come to Women’s family to propose. If Women’s family accept him, they will ask for wedding day and concept.

Step 2: When you they already done with wedding day and concept, they will come again to bring Women a Jujuran and Seserahan. Seserahan is important things for a Women. I’ll let you know more on next post.

Step 3: Prepare for wedding invitation, souvenir, hall, dress, concept, and some tradition that you want to follow on your wedding.

Step 4: Pingit Day. What’s that? Pingit is when you can’t leave home before wedding day, just stay home and not do many activity outside. Do body treatment at home and some tradition like Timung (traditional spa), bath with flowers, Henna night (Malam Bainai for Melayu tradition or Indian or Arabi), Khatam Quran (read Quran together and a Women must finished her last Amma), and read Barjanji (read historical of Prophet Muhammad).

Step 5: Akad (TAKEN Process). Before this one, in my family when a Man (groom) come with his family infront of house. We always give yellow rice with coin money. Spelling shalawat (remembering Prophet Muhammad) with hadrah (traditional music). Then akad and HALAL.

After step 5, any question??? LOL J

I can’t let you know more about this topic, cause I am not married yet. Still on progress. LOADING…

Hope you enjoy on this post and see you dears on next post. Thank you J

Dayak Tatto

Hello Dear,…

I want share lil bit about Indonesian tradition, now will write about Dayak tradition. 

Before you come to Kalimantan (Borneo), you must know first about Borneo Culture. Especially about Dayak tribe, native population of Borneo. Now I want to write a post about “Dayak’s Tatto”, long time I want to share about it. But I must learn more about this topic, cause I would not make a mistakes when share this post.

Tatto. You know what is “Tatto”? Many people in Indonesia not too like “Tatto”. cause they’re think if you has a tatto on your body, you must be not good person. But it’s a past stories about Indonesian minded. Now many people in Indonesia make a tatto on they’re body, and say “thats art”.

But did you know that among the Dayak tribe, tattoos have a special meaning that is very far from being whiz, or just show off much force or decorate the body? Tattoos were traditionally created using thorns from citrus trees with the ink in the form of soot in the salt mix for the Dayak community is part of the tradition, religion, and even to characterize high and low social status and also can be a form of homage to the tribe of one’s ability.

Although each sub tribe Dayak have rules and motives different from each other but the purpose of tattooing itself actually have in common is religion that is functioning as a torch or lighting someone on the way to the nature of eternity, after death. So, the more tattoos a person’s body is found in the more natural way to immortality is clear that.

Even so, it does not mean everyone can make tattoos on their bodies at will due to the Dayak tattoo can not be made in vain. There are certain rules that must be followed before a person get a tattoo on his body, such as the choice of tattoo motifs, and also the tattoo placement of parts of the body. People who will be in the tattoo can not just choose the desired motif or part of the body where the tattoo because he wants to earlier must first be subject to the customary rules. Each sub-tribe in Dayak has its own rules regarding tattoos. There’s even a sub tribe Dayak tattoo that has no tradition at all.

Below I briefly describe some of the motifs are frequently used by the Dayak sub the following for their tattoos what needs to be done before the concerned person gets the tattoo motif.

I just can share it now, will tell you more later when I am get more info about this one.

Hope you enjoy with this one, and see you soon on next post.