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Kampung Naga

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Kampung Naga (Sundanese: ᮊᮙ᮪ᮕᮥᮀ​ᮔᮌ) is a traditional Sundanese hamlet located in the Neglasari Village area of Salawu district in Tasikmalaya Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia. Kampung Naga is notable for its traditional houses which is characterized by its functionality, simplicity, modesty, and its use of natural thatched materials, and its quite faithful adherence to the harmony with the nature and environment. Etymology Etymologically, the term "Kampung Naga" comes from Sundanese, the Sundanese people originally called the place on the edge of a cliff which in Sundanese is "dina gawir" which the locals later shortened to "nagawir" and then "naga". Community and traditions Kampung Naga is a traditional village which is inhabited by Sundanese traditional community that holds a strong tradition of preserving the way of life their ancestors. The differences are quite visible when compared with other communities surrounding Kampung Naga. The community are livi
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