Lubuk Larangan (Prohibited Lake) Fish in Tanjung Belit Village, Kampar, Riau Province

Lubuk Larangan is a tradition of catching fish once a year in the village of Tanjung Belit, Kampar regency, Riau Province. This unique tradition originally came from the decision of ninik mamak or the elders of the 1970s with the aim of preserving the river. Many of the positive values of this river we can make a village asset.The annual event can also be a place to stay in touch with the inhabitants.


Lubuk Larangan is a tradition of catching fish once a year in the village of Tanjung Belit, Kampar regency, Riau Province. This unique tradition originally came from the decision of ninik mamak or the elders of the 1970s with the aim of preserving the river. Many of the positive values of this river we can make a village asset.The annual event can also be a place to stay in touch with the inhabitants.

Before the fish harvest begins, there is a certain set of custom processions to go through. First of all, the figure of village leaders recite special prayers.The length of the river lubuk ban about 500 meters. But there are many fish in the place because the river is deep and calm.

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