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Wae Rebo is a village in Flores, Indonesia. A traditional village, mostly untouched by technology living in round huts that signify the unity of their village. 

Their English is not good so consider hiring a guide (Rp 200,000) to guide you up to the village and translate. Make sure to wear appropriate clothing covering shoulders and knees. The handshake is important here, shake hands say hi, your name and touch your chest with your right hand.

During their traditional new year celebration the village of around 200 inhabitants accept 400 visitors (during last celebration, November 2015) and presumably returning family members.

- Wikivoyage

Image by Mesut Kaya

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