Bangka Belitung Indonesia

Minggu, 15 Mei 2011


Bangka Belitung is a province in Indonesia, which consists of two main islands, namely Bangka and Belitung islands and small islands amounting to approximately 1,000 units located in the eastern part of Sumatra, near the South Sumatra Province. The capital of this province is Pangkal Pinang. Bangka strait separates the island of Sumatra and Bangka island, while the Gaspar separates Bangka and Belitung. In the north of the province there is a South China sea, the sea is the southern part of Java and Kalimantan in the east of the island separated by the Karimata strait.

Bangka Island is very popular with the beautiful beach. In general the beach in the white sand and smooth, but there is also a tuscan fascicle as rice. Sloping beach with a sizeable waves and surrounded by large stones vulkanik a unique and beautiful. Belitung Island is a beautiful island with white sand, the unique white sand beach with the original decorated by stones of granite and artistic with crystal sea water, and surrounded by hundreds of small islands. One of the best beaches and unique in Indonesia such as Tanjung Kelayang, Tanjung Binga, Tanjung Tinggi, Lengkuas islan, Punai beach, Tanjung Pendam beach.

Besides tourism object beaches there are also other tourism among others Pesanggrahan Bung Karno in Menumbing hill, Wisma Ranggam Mentok, Museum Timah Pangkal Pinang, traditional China town in Simpang Gedong, Pha Kak Liang park in Belinyu, hot water bathing in Pemali, Dewi Kuan In water source in Sungailiat , Laskar Pelangi movie location in Gantung.

Food among other traditional Lempah Kuning is typical cuisine of the island of Bangka. Of this basic food is fish and meat can also use, which is then given a variety of kitchen spices such as turmeric, onion and red and white lengkuas and terasi or belacan is typical of the Bangka. In addition there is also Rusip made from Bilis fish meat, Bangka noodle, Martabak Bangka or Hok Lopan or Van De Cock, and also Ca Kwe.

The traditional ceremonies are still carried out, among other Sepintu Sedulang, a ritual known as Nganggung, where people gather food to be eaten by anyone who attended the mosque. Rebo Kasan, a ceremony which was held as a gratitude to God so that they avoid the disaster before the sea to catch fish. Ceriak Nerang, who conducted the ceremony after the harvest of rice as puji gratitude to God. Ketupat War and Mandi Belimau a ceremony held to welcome Ramadhan.

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Anonim mengatakan...

I'm very interested to go there !
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