Tana Toraja

A visit to Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi Area of control/area of land will not only feel like you’ve stepped far back in time, but also offers a look at the richness and (many different kinds of people or things) of Indonesia’s long-standing cultures. The (related to designing and constructing beautiful buildings, structures, etc.) style of Tongkonan, boat-shaped houses andother buildings, are immediate high-quality things or people), but the people are what make thispiece of natural paradise so special. They are, by many accounts, the friendliest and mostwelcoming people you could hope to meet while traveling. The Toraja approach to death is oneof (almost holy) respect and celebration. Funerals are detailed (formal, special events or series of actions) involving plenty of food and traditional dance, and the dead are buried in (places where bodies are buried) built into surrounding caves. Travelers to the area can visit villages andconnect with locals, or journey in the famously (for something bad) beautiful and unspoiledcountryside


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