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Dayak Mualang

Mualang people
Dayak Mualang
A group of Mualang Dayaks during a visit to Governor-General J.P. Graaf of Limburg Stirum in Borneo, circa 1920.
Total population
44,400[1]
Regions with significant populations
West Kalimantan, Indonesia
Languages
Mualang language
Religion
Kaharingan (predominantly), Christianity
Related ethnic groups
Iban people

Mualang (also Moealang or Dayak Mualang) are indigenous people of Borneo from the Dayak group and a sub-ethnic of the Iban people.[2] They speak Mualang language.

Traditional Folk Song

  • Meh Bujang[3]
  • De Kutak Katik[4]
  • Aboh Beramay[5]

Traditional Dance

  • Mualang Ngajad Kayau[6]

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