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Lewu Hante Museum

Lewu Hante in the Dayak Maanyan language which means Rumah betang.
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Lewu Hante is a traditional Dayak tribal house in Kalimantan, its length can reach 30-150 meters and its width can reach around 10-30 meters, has a pole that is about 3-5 meters high. Usually Betang is inhabited by several families. The manufacture of Betang houses must meet the following requirements including the upstream must be in the direction of the sunrise and downstream towards sunset. This is considered a symbol of hard work to survive from sunrise to sunset. All Dayak tribes, except for the Punan Dayak tribe who live wandering

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