Uniquely celebrated throughout the Kerinci valley, each community has a slightly different way of celebrating, and schedules can very widely from once a year in certain villages to once every 10 years or more. Last week, the small village of Koto Renah, within the town of Sungai Penuh, held their first Kenduri Sko in many years. A few lucky travelers from Canada happened to be in town and got to experience the festivities first hand – one of them even joined in on some of the dancing!
For my photos of the event, check out my Facebook album:
A Kenduri Sko is a traditional ceremony for remembering and honoring a community's ancestors, and keeping their…
Posted by Wild Sumatra on Sunday, 30 June 2013
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