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Berau Malays

Berau people
Berau Malays
Berau Benua
Total population
~ 20,000
Regions with significant populations
East Kalimantan (12,000)[1]
Languages
Berau, Banjar, Indonesia
Religion
Islam
Related ethnic groups
Malay, Dayak, Kutai, Banjar, Bugis

The Berau people (Berau Malays or Berau Benua) live in Berau, in the north of East Kalimantan in Indonesia.[2] The Berau culture began with the Berau Sultanate, just as any other Islamic kingdom in Kalimantan that are considered as Malay people group.

Folk songs

  • Kabbar Di Rantau[3]
  • Mun Rangat Akhirnya[4]

References

  1. ^ http://www.joshuaproject.net/peoples.php?peo3=13439
  2. ^ K. Alexander Adelaar & Nikolaus Himmelmann (2005). The Austronesian Languages of Asia and Madagascar. Psychology Press.  
  3. ^ "Kabbar Di Rantau". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-10-25. 
  4. ^ "Mun Rangat Akhirnya". YouTube. Retrieved 2014-10-25. 


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