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Tagalaya Island, North Maluku.
In Tobelo, North Maluku, there is a beautiful island which totally promoted by the government; Tagalaya island. The island of Tagalaya is giving cleaning water as glass and natural view like paintings. The beauty of Eastern Indonesia is never get … Continue reading →
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The Historical Tidore.
Tidore is a city and archipelago in North Maluku,west of the larger island of Halmahera. This archipelago is famous since the colonialism era for its best cloves and nutmeg.
Before Islam came to the archipelago, Tidore known by the name of Duko Kie, which means the mountainous island. The word of Tidore comes from the combination of two series of words and language, Tidore language and Arabic in Iraqi dialect. In Tidore, To Ado re, has meaning, ‘I have arrived’ and Arabic Iraqi dialect, Anta thadore which means ‘you come’.
Tidore Kingdom established since 1108 AD and stands as an independent kingdom until the late 18th century AD. After that, the kingdom of Tidore were in Dutch colonial rule. After the independence of Indonesia, Tidore become part of the Unitary Republic of Indonesia (NKRI).
The first Europeans who came in Tidore is sailor from Spain who came to Tidore at year 1512. Before the Spanish withdrawal from Tidore and Ternate in 1663, the Tidore sultanate established itself as one of the strongest and most independent states in the region. After the Spanish withdrawal it continued to resist direct control by the Dutch East India Company (the VOC).
The local inhabitants who live in Tidore are Tidore People. Tidore people also live in maitara, Mare dan Moti, and along in west coast of Halmahera. They use Bahasa Tidore for daily speaking which belong to the non-Austronesian family.
The lineage system on Tidore People are based on the principle of patrilineal. One of important kinship group is patrilineal clan, which they call soa. Marriage is the ideal according to their customary marriage between first cousins (kufu). Tidore tribes generally are Muslims. Tidore once become.
an empire in the past. Tidore Sultanate is one of the center of the development and spread of Islam in Maluku.
Tidore people do farming, fishing, trading, and become the civilian officer. In their land, they produce rice, maize, sweet potato, cassava, peanuts and green beans, also coffee, cinnamon, mango, durian and citrus.
Some tourist attraction in this town is Ake Sahu beach, Maitara Island, cape tongowai), the Tidore imperial museum Sonyine Malige, Cobo beach, fort Tahua, the landing monument of “Sebastiano De Elaco” which was the sailor from Spain.
Year-End Trip: Explore Tidore Part 1.
One cannot talk about Ternate without mentioning Tidore. Situated at the south of Ternate, Tidore also holds significant importance along with its neighbor for its supply of spices, such as nutmeg and cloves, that attracted foreign explorers to the islands.
Compared to Ternate, Tidore Island is bigger in size but with smaller number of population. No wonder the city felt noticeably quieter and more laid back. After some observations, I could tell that everyone in this island was familiar with each other, as greetings became common practice.
From our hotel in Ternate, we took an angkot to Port Bastiong. Followed by a quest to charter a speedboat at reasonable price. It took only about 10 minutes to travel by speedboat from Port Bastiong to the Island of Tidore.
At the Rum Port of Tidore Island, my travel mates and I were welcomed by Alex and Bang Shul that practically would be our guide for the rest of our tour. After stacking our backpacks at the back of our rented car, our trip in Tidore Island officially began.
We stopped here for some pictures, and I became obsessed with taking panoramic photos. Juan Sebastian Elcano Monument One can pass this site everyday without realizing its importance for Tidore history.
First stop was the Juan Sebastian Elcano monument that was built next to Port Rum. The site was abandoned and mostly covered with fallen leaves.
Looking back to the history, initially, the first commander of the fleet that departed from Spain in 1519 in search for a route to East Asia was Ferdinand Magellan. However, the death of Magellan in Mactan, Philippines, raised Elcano into the position as the commander. He, along with other 18 crews finally found the Island of Tidore, came ashore, and hence, the name of the monument. A year later, they reached the Spain in 1522, and declared as the first men to circumnavigate the globe in a single expedition.