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MAPANGET – North Sulawesi is in the strategic lane of northern Indonesia already has a warehouse of attractions that should be considered. A destination known as the Land of Minahasa has attracted many millennials travelers, because it is clearly caught the eye, famous for the beauty of the sea, the expanse of mountains and hills, the variety of culture, religious nuances and very global about local hospitality.
When you are in Manado, travelers can also enjoy the typical culinary flavors and shop for creative industrial products at Jendela Indonesia. Being here, travelers can pamper themselves for a moment because they face the nautical charm directly. For those who have not yet invited their favorite snorkeling spots, there are ships available to Bunaken Marine Park. [...]Continue Reading
visitkhatulistiwa.co – Solo International Performing Arts or SIPA has been held from 5-8 September this year. Taking place at Vastenburg Fortress as in previous years, SIPA was able to bring in more than 10,000 spectators as of the day.
Entering the 10th event, SIPA carries the theme ‘We Are The World – We Are The Nations’. A total of 17 delegates from 7 countries attended to welcome the 10th anniversary of SIPA.
Wow, the number of delegations was fantastic because these delegations had their names in their countries.
The 17 delegates were Supa Kalulu Music of Zimbabwe and Beyond (Zimbabwe), Capitol University Dance Troupe (Philippines), Stefano Fardeli (Italy), Filastine and Nova (Spain), Liene Roebana Dance Company Netherlands and Chinese Touth Goodwill Association (Taiwan) .
Homeland delegates do not want to be outdone, there are Flying Balloons Puppet (Yogyakarta), Gilang Ramadhan (Jakarta) feat Smiet (Palu), Studio Taksu (Solo), Boogie Papeda and Street Pass (Papua) Community, Melati Suryodarmo (Solo), Holobis (Solo), Citra Buranteni Putri (Bandung), Jati Swara Art Community (Surabaya), Bamboo Flute Dasarai Lamaknen, Belu, Atambua (NTT), East Java Pavilion Dance Training, TMII (Jakarta, as well as UPI (Bandung) FPSD Dance Education Department and Park Na Hoon (Korea). [...]Continue Reading
visitkhatulistiwa.co-Solo City, Central Java has an international celebration. The program was called Solo International Performing Arts (SIPA). SIPA is an international-scale cultural arts event with performing arts ranging from dance, music, to theater this year again held in Solo, Central Java.
Please note, SIPA is an international performing arts performance which is a meeting room for performing artists from various cultural backgrounds.
Is an idea from Raden Ajeng Irawati Kusumorasri, an artist and dance correspondent who is also a dancer who remains the Mangkunegaran Palace of Surakarta Palace. SIPA is held by involving young generation of local artists so that they can become the vanguard of Indonesian cultural resilience.
At that time SIPA provided around five thousand seats for spectators who wanted to see the beautiful choreographic works displayed on a spectacular 33.7 meter stage. In addition to presenting traditional and modern performances, SIPA is also enlivened with batik bazaars, handicrafts, and typical Solo culinary products. [...]Continue Reading