Tana Toraja has much to offer to tourists, and its unique graves in cliffs and caves along with statues of the dead are one of the stranger highlights.
At Lemo village these graves are built into the cliff, and wooden statues of the dead are displayed in balconies alongside.
Graves in cliffs with wooden doors.
This shop sells tau tau, wooden statues of the dead. Would you want to buy one?
Tau tau, statues of the deceased, at Lemo village
Tau tau waving. The people represented by these statues are buried in the cliff graves.
Some more scary-looking tau tau.
The dead stare back.
Hanging coffins at Londa village. These are located just outside the caves of graves.
Tau tau, statues of the dead, at Londa village
Coffins in the cave at Londa village.
Offerings to the deceased can take the form of anything the person enjoyed while he or she was alive.
Inside the caves at Londa village, the coffins are stacked up and fitted in wherever possible.