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When I was browsing from aisle to aisle, I heard this music that caught my attention and led myself to found the source of this beautiful sound. There’s this man wearing full traditional clothes of West Kalimantan playing his Sape a wooden instrument with string. Sape was made from a one wooden logs, as you can see from the picture below. He carved the instrument by himself and made an image of an Enggang bird (Hornbill) at the end of the handle. And carves symbols of Fertility and properity.
Crafina's last day would be on Sunday, 11th of October 2015. So, don't forget to come by and check cool things made in Indonesia. For us, since we are running a bed and breakfast business, we always need to find things for our household or knick knacks for our rooms interior. Because it is a great way to introduce our local handicraft to our foreign guest. -SK-