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Squalid muddy village

The village didn't have many inhabitants when we visited and it had just gotten quite a downpour... read more

Reviewed November 16, 2017
Marna C
,
San Diego, California
well preserved

love the village. & the people are nice too! I wasn't in a group tour so didn't have the chance to... read more

Reviewed January 30, 2017
AdelinE26_02
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Jakarta, Jakarta Raya, Indonesia
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Nov 15, 2017
“Squalid muddy village”
Jan 30, 2017
“well preserved”
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Alor Island 85818, Indonesia
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Reviewed 16 November 2017

The village didn't have many inhabitants when we visited and it had just gotten quite a downpour. The two buildings which were basically built for tourists were pretty. The remainder of the village was trash strewn and the animals were in terrible condition. We saw...More

Thank Marna C
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Reviewed 30 January 2017

love the village. & the people are nice too! I wasn't in a group tour so didn't have the chance to enjoy the dance but it's nice experience for my 8 y.o. son to see the real traditional house!

1  Thank AdelinE26_02
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Reviewed 23 November 2016

it's just about 30 minutes by motorbike from Kalabahi. The people are very friendly and you can see the root culture of the biggest tribe in Alor. You can even stay there. if you come in large group, they can offer you with traditional dance.

Thank shirley a
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Reviewed 26 September 2016 via mobile

We went there one evening after lunch,not too far from our resort alami alor...it offers good exposure and experience esspecially to my 10 yr old daughter...we learned abt their history,culture and their ppl...I think it's worth the time and money spent..

1  Thank syaz82
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Reviewed 10 July 2016

What can one say about this organic, earthy and very very traditional village of the Abui tribe in Alor. This ethnic group is the largest on the island of Alor and they still strictly practise the tradition and culture. We were welcomed by a very...More

Thank Shauna1103
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Reviewed 30 June 2016

A strech of about 12 fetched houses, wonderful view on the sea, friendly peaople. Possible to stay in a traditional house, (at the open first floor is better). Possibility of dinner fi the row food is provided to the cook. Excellent traditional dance (at a...More

1  Thank metboef
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