The Sumenep regency has always played a significant role in the long history of Madura, from the time of the Mataram Sultanate, through the colonial era until Indonesian independence. The islanders have maintained their own unique culture and traditions, including their own version of bull racing. A jockey, usually a young boy, rides a simple wooden sled pulled by a pair of bulls over a course of about 100 meters. This tradition originated when plough teams raced each other across fields and has remained an integral part of their Celebrations. Guests will have the opportunity to participate in a tour by local bus of the major cultural and history sites of the regency. The tour will culminate in a bull race held in honour of our visit.