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Moluccas Tanimbar Traditional House

Moluccas Tanimbar Traditional House
The southernmost island in the Kei group, Tanimbar Kei is also the most traditional one by far. It is one of the few places in all Maluku where truly traditional-style native houses can still be seen, and where a good part of the population still follows the traditional religion (though they do call themselves “Hindu” for official purposes). As such, it is an intriguing destination for those interested in culture, but beach fans may find the island somewhat disappointing.

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