The Katingan Regency government has also instructed rattan plantation owners to cultivate certain types of rattan. Cultivated rattan includes rattan manau, garden rattan, and sabutan rattan. The three types of rattan are types of rattan commonly used as the main ingredient in making crafts. The rattan handicrafts produced by the Katingan community are different compared to rattan handicrafts from Java. Rattan Katingan crafts use typical Dayak motifs, such as kemang or tingang birds. These motives are indeed inherent in culture and are a feature of the Dayak ethnicity. Initially, rattan handicraft products in Katingan Regency were mostly in the form of household utensils, such as various containers, vegetable bags, and mats. Over time and the development carried out, Katingan rattan handicrafts have now produced various furniture (such as chairs, tables and room dividers) to other modern life-supporting objects. In addition, rattan crafts have also been combined with other materials such as leather to produce products that meet the practical elements without forgetting aesthetic values. The price offered by the rattan craftsmen in Katingan Regency is also quite varied. The various rattan handicrafts they produce are offered ranging from tens of thousands to millions of rupiah. Ordinary bags and containers are sold at a price of one hundred thousand, or can be more expensive depending on the size and complexity of the motives offered.