Londa has 3 tier graves on the tall cliff face. If you look carefully, you can see the coffins inside the natural limestone caves (or holes when it is looked form far away).
Only the nobleman were allowed to be ‘placed’ at higher spot (= higher rank?). Since I am no Spiderman, I couldn’t access the top but yes to the cave at the bottom of the hill.
The first interesting sight is a balcony with family members ‘gathered’ together and gazed to the open field.
As the nearest site to Rantepao town center, Kete Kesu has few interesting objects to offer.
Ignore the dogs, the good stuff are behind the padi fields. The tongkonan houses. Tongkonan houses shape like the horns of a buffalo or a boat. They are the places for community folks to gather, as well storage for the harvest. I will show you more about the construction of tongkonan in other post.
Behind the tongkonan houses are the hanging grave.
I travelled 10 hours bus ride from Makassar, just to see the unique Torajan burial culture.