Get Ready For Lembata

Lembata Lembata is one of regencies in East Flores, East Nusa Tenggara. Lembata area was civilized since 1965 and recognized as Lomblen Island during Dutch East Indies era. The name of Lembata was taken from the indigenous people of Lepanbatan. Hence, on July 1, 1967 the Lomblen Island was changed into Lembata. Lembata island is known throughout the world as the home of traditional whaling but what is not known is that the people of this Island are very rich in its cultural tradition. Here, Sperm Whales have been hunted…

Kupang City

Kupang Kupang is the capital city of East Nusa Tenggara province. It bounded with Sawu ocean in north, Rote Ndao and Timor ocean in south, Lawu ocean in west, and Timor Leste, North Central Timor regency and South Central Timor regency in east. As capital of East Nusa Tenggara, the transport and administrative links from Kupang with isolated islands are extensive. In the past, Kupang was an important port and trading point during the Portuguese and Dutch colonial eras. Hence, there are ruins and remnant signs of the colonial presence…

Belu Regency, NTT

Belu Regency, NTT Belu, is one of regencies in Nusa Tenggara Timur or East Nusa Tenggara. The capital is seat in Atambua city. This regency is bounded with Ombai strait in north, Timor ocean in south, North Central Timor regency and South Central Timor regency in west, Timor Leste in east. Looking from the cultural and anthropological terms, the population of Belu regency in the composition of the society is divided into four major sub-ethnics, which is Ema Tetun, Ema Kemak, and Ema dawan Manlea. The four sub-ethnics inhabiting one…