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5 things to do at Aceh Culinary Fest 2016

5 things to do at Aceh Culinary Fest 2016 - A three-day Acehnese culinary festival is back again from May 10 through May 12 in Blang Padang, Banda Aceh. This year, the focus remains on traditional drinks, snack, and food party. Here is a list of five things to do and see throughout the 3-day festival: 1. Food Party Annually held in the outdoor area main hall of Blang Padang food festival is probably the most sought-after event of the entire festival. There should be a night national record-breaking Teut Apam (making apam) by 1000 furnace held at the opening of this festival. On the second day, There was Kuah Beulangong (beef with spicy curry sauce cook) served to the visitor. 2. Savor local cuisine This year, the venue decorated has been transformed to look like black board and with chalks with clear information for each food stalls filling the area and serving traditional dishes from around the country Various food dishes and traditional delicacies can be foun

Various Types of Acehnese Hand-woven (Tenun)

Weaving and embroidery have long been part of Aceh's traditional textile industry, which dates back to the "golden era' of Sultan Iskandar Muda. During his reign, trade flourished with Islamic countries like Turkey and Persia. Various Types of Acehnese Hand-woven (Tenun) Weaving was one of the original craft area that needs to be constantly dug, preserved and expanded. Currently Weaving is not only used as part of the completeness of customs, but has evolved into a fashion. This craft is very potential to be widely developed and commercial because it is the product of a culture that has a style and design that is unique and interesting. The craft of weaving also requires adjustments to the tastes of the community now, especially in terms of motif and model. The development of weaving in Aceh has also experienced a very rapid progression in the presence of 2 (two) types of weaving that developed at this time are: Tenun Songket Acehnese hand-woven songket was