Copenhagen, MINA – Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen held the 2019 Indonesian Bazaar and Cultural Day which was enlivened by visitors from Indonesia, Denmark and international community.
“The main objective of organizing this event is to strengthen people-to-people contact between Indonesian people, Danish citizens, and international community in Denmark,” said Indonesian Ambassador to Denmark, M. Ibnu Said, in his remarks to foreign ambassadors to Denmark and visitors on Saturday, June 15.
According to the press release of Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen on Monday, after opening with gamelan and playing angklung together, foreign ambassadors and other honorary guests were welcomed with a dance parade, such as Alusi Au dance from Sumatra, Lancang Kuning dance from Riau, Lenggang Nyai, Nandak from Jakarta, Ngoser from Banyumas, and many more.
The visitors were amazed to survive even though the rain fell. At least 500 people took turns attending the event.
It was not only culture, various Indonesian culinary delights also in demand by visitors. Martabak stands, meatballs, rice rames, yellow rice, mpek-mpek, chicken porridge, and a variety of traditional cakes sell sold too.
Indonesian Embassy in Copenhagen also works with travel tourism agents to make Indonesian tourism presentations and promotions to Danish citizens. In addition to Bali, other tourist attractions where promoted such as, Kalimantan, and Baliem Valley of Papua. (T/Sj/R04)
Mi’raj News Agency (MINA)