Wae Rebo is a traditional village in a remote village in Satar Lenda village, West Satarmese District, Manggarai Regency, East Nusa Tenggara Province. Located at an altitude of 1000 above sea level, surrounded by hills and lush forests, this village is often shrouded in mist when viewed from a distance. It is appropriate to call a village on a cloud. The location is invisible from the crowd with mountains of tropical rain and green valleys that hold the village warm. It is Wae Rebo, a hamlet that is the only place to retain the rest of the traditional architecture of Manggarai culture which is increasingly threatened by its followers. Why is it cone-shaped and where its origin is still a big question mark, except for a bit of information from the tradition of the narrative of the people themselves.

Wae Rebo is in Manggarai Regency, precisely in the District of West Satarmese, Satar Lenda Village. Here, one village with another village is far apart from a gaping valley between mist-hooded hills at the end of the tree. Wae Rebo hamlet is so remote that many villagers in one sub-district still do not know the existence of this village. Like the village of Denge, the closest village to Wae Rebo is not yet fully a neighboring village because not all have been to Wae Rebo. While the citizens of the Netherlands, France, Germany, to America and some Asian countries have been very surprised by the beauty of the village of Wae Rebo.

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The traditional village of Ruteng Pu'u is located in Golo Dukal Village, an old village with a round courtyard surrounded by stones arranged neatly and in the middle of the village there is Compang (altar / altar) as a place to lay offerings during traditional ceremonies. Mbaru drum, house where each residence and place to store gongs and drums is located in the middle of the village. Surrounded by leafy trees (haju Ruteng) so that the ancestors named Beo Ruteng Pulu. Three water sources flank it, Wae Lideng, Wae Moro, and Wae Namut. Ruteng village still holds a strong tradition and village pattern that is strongly rooted in the archaeological pattern of the Manggarai community. For example, the arrangement of stones that are neatly arranged towards the village and which surround the village ...