Preserve Sundanese Tradition, Aston Sentul Lake Resort Hold Ngubek Situ

By : Chodijah Febriyani And Aldi Firhand A | Saturday, October 07 2017 - 23:03 IWST

Aston Sentul Lake Resort & Conference Center Held Ngubek Situ
Aston Sentul Lake Resort & Conference Center Held Ngubek Situ

INDUSTRY.co.id - Sentul - Inspired by the declining Sundanese tradition, Aston Sentul Lake Resort & Conference Center on Saturday, September 30, 2017 held "Ngubek Situ" for the first time and opened to the public. "Ngubek Situ" is a Sundanese term referring to fishing activities together in the lake.

"Ngubek Situ" is located in Aston Sentul lakes area of ​​3500 m2, 1st floor. From 14.00 - 17.00 WIB, the participants rolled into the lake to fish. Types of fish found in Aston Sentul lakes include goldfish, indigo, mujair, bawal, koi, oscar, gurame, and catfish.

No less than 35 participants consisting of children to adults took to the lake and felt the joy of fishing. One of the participants and also hotel guests who come from Ukraine said, by engaging in events inspired by Sundanese culture he got the first experience as well as fun during a vacation in Indonesia.

Guests can follow the excitement "Ngubek Situ" and managed to get the fish can directly burn or fry the fish catches by the lake with Rp 50 thousand / person including two fish, rice, salad, sauce, vegetable acid, crackers, and mineral water. This event will be a routine program as a form of cultivation as well as introducing local traditions of West Java to the guests.

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