Samosir Batak museum

Tomok village is one of the villages located in the area of the island of Samosir, Samosir, North Sumatra Province. Tomok is the gate to enter the island through the Port Ajibata samosir, Parapat. Besides Tuktuk, Tomok is a favorite destination in the area Naidoo. In November 2013, I had the opportunity to visit the village of Tomok. In the village of Tomok, there are several tourist attractions most visited by tourists both domestic and foreign tourists. On that occasion, a lot of tourists from Malaysia, Singapore, and India who visited the village of Tomok, besides other visible foreign tourists from the Netherlands, the Middle East, and the United States.

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Batak museum are located in different places in North Sumatra, the Batak Museum in Balige, Bolon Simanido Huta Museum, and Museum of Samosir Batak. The museum does not include various other museums such as the museum Batak Ulos and other museums. So many museums of the Batak culture in North Sumatra province and this illustrates that the Provincial Government is good enough to preserve the cultural heritage of indigenous and Batak so that everyone can recognize the hobo culture more broadly.
Samosir Batak museum itself shaped house Bolon. Bolon house specialty is traditional house of the king and his family. This custom home is a custom home models that none of the rooms and if you want to create a room, once sealed by using Ulos. When you enter the museum Samosir Batak, you must bow signifying that every guest should respect / subject to the host. When climbing stairs if you notice, these stairs will be worth odd. This is due to the belief that the traditional Batak number is odd luck. In Samosir Batak Museum, you will find two statues of men and women with a bowl on his head. The intent of this statue is on when there are couples who want to get married, then the pair is required to dance with bowl on his head, and if the bowl fell, then they canceled married. The significance of the bowl does not fall while dancing indicates the Batak people have adult / mature.

After that, you will also see the bed that has been around 450 years old. At the Museum Batak, you also can see all the fixtures and fittings used Batak tribe ancient times ranging from hunting gear (spears, hammers, axes, etc.), cooking equipment (stove, dishes, etc.), looms to make Ulos, and other art items. On the side of the room, you will find a variety of carved art objects and other goods are sold.

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