|Regions with significant populations|
|Indonesia (Central Kalimantan, East Kalimantan, South Kalimantan)|
|Islam (predominantly), Christianity, Kaharingan|
|Related ethnic groups|
|Dayak people, Ma'anyan people, Ngaju people|
Lawangan or Luangan people are the sub-ethnic of the Dayak Dusun people (East Barito) group, where sometimes they are also referred to as Dusun Lawangan people. The Dusun people group are included in the Dayak Ot Danum people, which is why they are also called as Dayak Lawangan people. The Lawangan people inhabits the eastern side of Central Kalimantan and West Kutai Regency, East Kalimantan, Indonesia. In Tabalong Regency, South Kalimantan, the Lawangan people can be found only in Binjai village. They speak Lawangan language.
The sub-ethnic of the Lawangan people are:-
- Dayak Benuaq people
- Dayak Bentian people
- Dayak Bawo people
- Dayak Tunjung people
- Dayak Kutai people (practices Malay culture)
- Dayak Paser people
- Tawoyan people (77% similarity in language)
- Dusun Deyah people (53% similarity in language)
- Binjai village, the customary region of the Lawangan people
- Warukin village, the customary region of the Ma'anyan people
- The ten villages that compose Upau district, Haruai district and Bintang Ara district, the customary region of the Denyah Kampung Sepuluh people
- Muara Uya district and Jaro district, the customary region of the Denyah people
Outside of these four Dayak customary regions in Tabalong Regency, there are also the Banjar people which forms the majority of the Tabalong population, although the Banjar people are not tied to the customary laws of the Dayak people.
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