Megalithic Cultural Portrait of Tana Toraja
Kete Kesu village is located in Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi. This village has a unusual uniqueness. People in this village has a belief that burying human body in rock cliff is a good thing. So, don’t be surprised if you watch the skulls scattered on different sides of the cliff in Kete Kesu.
In the village of Kete Kesu, there are two ways of burial. There are bodies that placed in the rock and natural caves, or the tomb of the house called Patane in Toraja language. While on vacation to this village, you can see the coffin of the Toraja called erong. Most of this erong have reached 500 years age!