37 Kinds of Traditional Clothing and their names

37 Kinds of Traditional Clothing and their names

37 Kinds of Traditional Clothing and their names

Traditional clothing is usually worn when there is an important event which is held on a special day. However, traditional clothes are often used in holding Kartini Day. It is not surprising that traditional clothes on Kartini’s day are exhibited so that the next generation of the nation does not forget the traditional clothes that have existed for a long time. 37 Kinds of Traditional Clothing and their names

Traditional clothes have their characteristics so that each place will provide a different one. Usually, traditional clothes come from a province. Because Indonesia has 37 provinces, there are 37 sets of traditional clothes available. Cuaresmaysemanasanta

Here are the various types of traditional clothes from each province along with the names of the clothes, namely

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representing each province//traditional
  • Aceh = Ulee
  • West Sumatra = Bundo Kanduang
  • North Sumatra = Ulos
  • South Sumatra = Aesan Gede
  • Riau Archipelago = Belanga Bay
  • Riau Province = Kebaya Labor and Cekak Weasel Brackets
  • Bengkulu = Betabur clothes
  • Jambi Province = Baju Kurung
  • Bangka Belitung = Pakistan
  • Lampung = Onion Bone
  • Banten = Pangsi
  • DKI Jakarta = Encim
  • West Java = Sundanese Kebaya
  • Special Region of Yogyakarta = Knights Ageng
  • Central Java = Jawi Jangkep
  • East Java = Pesa’an
  • Bali = Great Payas
  • West Nusa Tenggara = Pegon
  • East Nusa Tenggara = Amarasi
  • West Kalimantan = King Bibinge
  • Central Kalimantan = Upak Nyamu
  • North Kalimantan = Ta’a and Sapei Sapaq
  • South Kalimantan = Bagajah Gamuling Baular Lulut
  • East Kalimantan = Kustin
  • West Sulawesi = Pattuqduq Towaine
  • Central Sulawesi = Nggembe
  • North Sulawesi = Tepu practice
  • Southeast Sulawesi = Babu Nggawi
  • South Sulawesi = Bodo clothes
  • Gorontalo = Biliu and Makuta
  • Maluku = Cele
  • North Maluku = Manteren Lamo
  • Central Papua = Koteka
  • Papua Mountains = Koteka
  • Papua Province = Koteka
  • West Papua = Ewer
  • South Papua = Pummi