Ngargogondo Village

February 24, 2017

Ngargogondo Village located about 3 km from Borobudur Temple with Menoreh Hills as the background and beautiful natural landscape. The villagers mostly work as a farmer with chilli, corn, turmeric and ginger as the product.

Crab-eating macaque also known as long-tailed macaque from the Menoreh Hills, always come to the village every Friday to eat local agricultural products around Borobudur. It happens between 12.00 p.m to 1.00 p.m in Ngargogondo, Majaksingi, Tuksongo, and Candirejo Village.

Krombong Anyam is a traditional handicraft from Ngargogondo Village and can be found easily around Borobudur.

They also have a traditional dance called Topeng Ireng. It was performed in any celebration or welcome dance. The dancers are adorned with feather hats and colourful fabrics.

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