Thank you for visiting the website of Bapak Waleed and the International Silat Federation of Indonesia and America (ISF). We are dedicated to upholding the principles and systems of traditional Silat as embodied by Silat Tuo, Silat Minangkabau, and Silat Tradisional and as practiced in the birthplace of Silat, West Sumatra, Indonesia. This lineage is great, tracing its roots back nearly 1,500 years. The Minangkabau people of West Sumatra have preserved the heritage and the Pusako throughout the generations up until today.
This site is intended to be informative, but in reality, Silat is something to be experienced. We invite those sincere seekers to contact Bapak Waleed directly, or through the ISFA email below.
Please provide us with feedback on the site anytime.
Thank you! Terima Kasih!
Following the great success of last year’s event, KJRI-NY will host the 2nd annual Indonesian Street Fair in New York City, planned for Saturday, August 27, in celebration of Indonesian Independence Day on August 17. This year’s theme: Bali & Beyond! Stay tuned for more information, or visit the KJRI-NY Event Page on facebook… the event listing on evensi… or the main event page itself.
The Sesquicentennial Celebration for the Yale Peabody Museum continues, with the opening of a store front on the corner of York and Elm streets in downtown New Haven on Wednesday August 17…
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Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri!
Join the community of the Consulate General of the Republic of Indonesia in New York (KJRI-NY) in celebration of the end of Ramadan and the holiday of Idul Fitri on Saturday, July 9, at 5 East 68th Street, New York, NY…
Gamelan Dharma Swara has launched a new website! And will be participating in New York City’s Make Music New York on June 21 at 6pm in Riverside Park, Upper West Side.
The group is also raising funds to purchase new traditional instruments from Bali. More than just pieces of wood, ceramic, and metal, a gamelan orchestra is a community of musical instruments, and a hand-crafted creation that carries meaning, purpose, and a celebration of Indonesian culture and heritage.
Indonesia has begun allowing visitors from 169 countries, including the United States of America, to visit for up to 30 days without requiring a visa for entry. For more details visit the website of KJRI-NY, the Consulate of the Republic of Indonesia in New York.
Come Visit Indonesia!
Info Graphic Bebas Visa Indonesia