Jawi-Jawi provides visitors with; Happiness, Mindfulness, Slow Food; and Slow Life with the concept of Slow Tourism.



There are many distinctive attributes in Jawi-Jawi, including TIngkuluak—a traditional headdress. Visitors can feel the traditional experience by wearing the traditional costume with the purpose of truly living like locals. Female visitors can wear a batik skirt and tingkluakas a headdress and the male visitors can wear kupiah—a traditional hat and sarung.

Before any exploration begin, visitors will be briefed in a Rumah Gadang which serves as the Tourist Information Center about Jawi-Jawi and the itineraries during the visit. The visitors also will be explained about the benefits that they will receive during their stay. Moreover, the visitors will get to taste the authentic local dishes with Slow Food concept which is very distinct to the typical food from the cities. Slow Food can be categorized as a healthier meal since the lack of artificial preservatives with a taste beyond compare. The interaction with locals will also vary, ranging from learning traditional dances and having dinner in Rumah Gadang with the local leaders.



Experience the local atmosphere by visiting lapau—a local mom and pop store that usually serves hot coffee which is perfect with the chill climate especially when the night falls. Though exclusives for male visitors, lapau provides a glimpse of how locals lives with their stories also known as Ota Lapau. Female visitors will not be left behind as Tari Piring—a traditional dancing usually performed by female dancers—will be taught along wearing the beautiful yellow and green costumes.
Jawi-Jawi provides visitors with; Happiness, Mindfulness, Slow Food; and Slow Life with the concept of Slow Tourism. Experience Happiness by witnessing and breathing the harmonious nature and the friendly locals in which the visitors can see how day-to-day life like in Jawi-Jawi.