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Sanga-Sanga

The Sanga-Sanga event is held every year on January 27 in Sanga-Sanga city to commemorate a local uprising and raising of the national flag during colonial occupation.

Sanga-Sanga

the facts

January 27th 2017 until January 27th 2017

The Sanga-Sanga event is held every year on January 27th in Sanga-Sanga city to commemorate a local uprising and raising of the national flag during colonial occupation.

The event includes:

  • a historical parade
  • spiritual reflection
  • sports competition
  • pilgrimage to the tombs of soldiers and civilians who died during the heroic event.

 

What to see and do?

nearby: Sanga-Sanga

  • myborneo-tenggarong-Ling-Ain-Dayak-Village
    Live like a Dayak and submerge in this traditional village of Lung Anai at your own homestay. Learn hunting skills, go fishing, read animal trails, and master your blowpipe skills.
    Dayak Village Lung Anai
    Dayak Village Lung Anai
  • The Kedaton Kutai Kartanegara was originally meant to be the residence of the Sultan, but has been transformed into a cultural centre to preserve art and culture.
    Kedaton
    Kedaton
  • Kota raja
    The Kota Raja Festival is held every year for a month to celebrate the anniversary of Tenggarong city. The spectacular events are a mix of traditional and contemporary art performances.
    Kota Raja Festival
    Kota Raja Festival
  • The Kutai folklore festival is held every year in one of the 3 cultural villages in Kutai Kartanegara. These are the Dayak villages of Lekaq Kidau, Lung Anai and Sungai Bawang.
    Kutai folklore festival
    Kutai folklore festival
  • In the sultanate palace, you can see the king’s throne, royal jewellery and learn the history of the oldest Hindu Kingdom.
    Sultanate palace and Kutai Kingdom tombs
    Sultanate palace and Kutai Kingdom tombs

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