Kampung Pelangi, a small village in Indonesia has been painted in rainbow colours by the government. The government spend ₹ 14 lakhs to paint 232 houses.
Now the village looks adorable with bright colours and quirky designs.
This project was initiated by 54-year-old junior high principal, Slamet Widodo, to improve his community.
This is how the village looks before the makeover and after the makeover.
The project encourages “the active involvement of citizens in the improvement of their home.”
After the town has painted, many tourists are coming to see the change.