Published on October 9, 2014
Bringing the best from all over the Indonesian Archipelago, an all-Indonesia cultural extravaganza will be presented at Timeless Indonesia Festival 2014 scheduled to take place from 9th to 15th November 2014 at K-Land Beach, Badung Regency, on the romantic island of Bali.
The festival will spectacularly showcase rarely exposed traditional music and dances, the tastiest traditional culinary delights, fashions highlighting exquisite fabrics and textiles from Indonesia’s top designers and an array of arts and crafts carefully selected for their unique attributes, and more. In this inaugural edition, the festival will highlight the cultural wonders from 7 provinces, which are: East Kalimantan, West Nusa Tenggara, North Sumatra, North Sulawesi, East Java, South Sulawesi, and Bali.
Among fascinating features offfered during the festival are: the Muara Sangkal Dance from the island of Madura, BendeMajapahit, Chandra Kirana ballet featuring Fashion Show, Tor-tor Sipitu Cawan from Lake Toba, Gondang Batak, Manduda Dance, Gantar Dance of the Dayak ethnic group from East Kalimantan, Enggang Riang Dance, Samarinda’s sarong fashion show, Prahara Mandalika and Gendang Beleq, Rudat Dance, the Pakarena Dance, a Kolintang ensemble, the Maengket dance, Manado Food Fiesta, Etnik Fusion Balawan and Ayu Laksmi Peformance, Mepedaan, Kecak Drum percussion, and a whole lot more.
The event will also feature some of the country’s most prominent musicians, top designers, choreographers, and other artists including: Ayu Laksmi, Denny Malik, Yuni Shara, Balawan, Erwin Sosrokusumo, Stephanus Hamy, Valentino Napitulu, Herry Lento, Rio Silaen, and many more.
The Timeless Indonesia Festival is initiated by PT Konderatu Duta Nusantara in collaboration with the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy. Aimed to showcase cultural wonders from all 34 provinces of Indonesia, Timeless
Indonesia Festival is projected to be held once every six months featuring cultural attractions from different provinces.
K-Land is located within the Tuban village, in the district of Kuta, Badung Regency, Bali, just south of the Ngurah Rai International Airport.The beach is situated at the northernmost section of Jimbaran Bay, near the fish market.
For more information log on to : http://timelessindonesia.com/tif/