South Sumatra

South Sumatra is a province on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia. An agricultural region of plantations and wetlands, it has a mountainous western border formed by the volcanic Bukit Barisan range. The inland city Palembang, a commercial hub straddling the Musi River, is the provincial capital. The landmark Ampera Bridge spans the river, and tour boats offer cruises.

Pempek
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Pempek Bake, Spicy Mini Hamburger

Helloindonesia.id – Empek-empek or pempek is a typical culinary community of Palembang, South Sumatra. Many types of pempek can be enjoyed. One of them is grilled pempek. As the name implies, this type of pempek is processed by baking or baking. The shape is round and there is a cleft in the middle. The shape […]

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Bebehas
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Collaborating Collecting Rice in Bebehas Tradition

Helloindonesia.id – Semas, healthy, independent, religious and prosperous is a motto for Muara Enim Regency. The district, which is rich in natural resources in the form of oil and gas and coal. Is located around 175 km from the capital of South Sumatra, Palembang. In addition to having natural resources that must be protected and […]

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Kuto Besak
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Kuto Besak , Heritage Castle of Darussalam Sultanate

Helloindonesia.id – After the Srivijaya Kingdom collapsed in the 13th century. South Sumatra had become a no-man’s land and a place for pirates to nest. Palembang became a lonely city, unlike when the Kingdom of Srivijaya was in power. A few years after the collapse of the Kingdom of Srivijaya, then stood the Sultanate of […]

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Brengkes Tempoyak, Fish and Durian Blend into one dish

Helloindonesia.id – South Sumatra is synonymous with the kingdom of Srivijaya. Known as the largest maritime kingdom in the archipelago in his day. This maritime pattern is pervasive and ingrained in the culture of the people of South Sumatra. So they are known to have a very close relationship with marine life. No exception at […]

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Chinatown Exotica in Kampong Kapitan
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Chinatown Exotica in Kampong Kapitan

Helloindonesia.id – The collapse of the Kingdom of Srivijaya in the XI century. Became the beginning of the arrival of the Chinese (Ming Dynasty). To the archipelago in the XIV century. At that time the Chinese government formed a trading institution, one of which was based in Palembang. So many Chinese traders then settled and […]

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the Tengkurep crater
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Tekurep Crater, Resting Place of the Kings of Palembang

Helloindonesia.id – Palembang as the shelter of the Srivijaya kingdom certainly holds many cultural and historical relics. Such as the Tekurep Crater, a tomb designated specifically for the king, courtiers and his descendants. Etymologically Tekurep Crater is derived from the word Crater which means a tool that resembles a container for cooking rice. And Tekureb […]

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Palembang Songket fabric
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The famous Palembang Songket fabric

Helloindonesia.id – No one can release songket cloth from the archipelago culture. Because the fabric that has a variety of beautiful motifs has long existed. Developed to spread to almost all parts of Indonesia. In fact, the popularity of songket is not only in Indonesia. Other countries such as Malaysia and Thailand also recognize songket […]

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Kudhok Traditional Weapon from Besemah
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Kudhok, Typical Traditional Weapon from Besemah

Helloindonesia.id – Bumi Besemah is a name for Pagaralam whose location is flanked by the beauty of Bukit Barisan and Mount Dempo. As an area in the highlands of South Sumatra, Bumi Besemah has tremendous potential for robusta tea and coffee plantations. Traditional coffee and tea are often the most favored souvenirs of tourists who […]

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Mie Celor
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Mie Celor (Noddles), Palembang Breakfast Menu

Helloindonesia.id – If in Aceh there is a special culinary called Aceh noodles, then in Palembang there are celor noodles, processed culinary noodles that are served together with a mixture of coconut milk broth ebi broth. Celor noodles become an interesting culinary, in addition to having a distinctive taste, these processed noodle culinary sellers only […]

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Lenggang Culinary
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Lenggang, Culinary Enjoyment from Palembang

Helloindonesia.id – In addition to Mpek-mpek, Palembang’s culinary that is no less famous is quiet. Just like the mpek-mpek, the lenggang is also made from a basic ingredient of a mixture of wheat flour. With processed fish meat, and is enjoyed with a splash of spices. Although the basic ingredients used are almost the same. […]

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