Ikat Weaving Crafts Samarinda Sarong

Located on the road Bung Tomo Samarinda Seberang. This tourist attraction is the traditional glove-making process of Samarinda, which is 8 km from downtown Samarinda. Object has been dilengakapi tourism facilities and infrastructure. Kerajian woven sarongs initially brought by settlers Bugis from Sulawesi who resided at the left side of the Mahakam (now a Samarinda Seberang). Almost every Bugis Village (village mosque Baka) can be found craftsman Samarinda sarongs. The loom used by the craftsmen is a traditional instrument called "Gedokan" or using Non Woven Machine Tool (ATBM). Products produced for the first (one) sarong took three weeks.