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Lemo tomb

Lemo Tomb is an old burial site for royalty Tana Toraja in Lemo village, Mengkendek District, Tana Toraja Regency, South Sulawesi. The exoticism cultural heritage emanating from the stone walls, 75 graves and Tau-Tau statues.

Lemo stone tomb is the old cemetery of the Toraja people in a rock and had a magical outstanding cultural nuances. Cemetery attached to the high walls of a hill, sculpted with great patience for months and presents stunning cultural nuances.

Tinuku Travel Lemo graves in Tana Toraja, magical feel the ancestral culture nobility in rock cliffs towards Puya

Tinuku.com Travel Lemo graves in Tana Toraja, magical feel the ancestral culture nobility in rock cliffs towards Puya

Travel.Tinuku.com Lemo graves in Tana Toraja, magical feel the ancestral culture nobility in rock cliffs towards Puya

The travelers feel directly the aura of death in indigenous culture that blends with nature. Lemo has been built since the 16th century as the tomb of Toraja tribal leaders who live in the mountains, coffee plantations and lush expanse of paddy fields.

Wall has 75 grave stone with a size of 3x4 meters, each hole contains a family grave stone with 4 to 10 bodies. Dozens of plastered stone tombs in the cliffs of the rock fused with old culture and Toraja panoramic mountain in Tana Toraja.

Wooden sculptures called tao-tao or tau-tau placed in the terrace wall as a representation of people who have died. Not all of the grave of the Toraja people can get tao-tao, only nobles were entitled and must meet the requirements of the tribe.

In some places appear coffins stacked or set according to the family lineage. The oldest graves in this place is an indigenous leader named Songgi Patalo. The front of the hole serves to insert the bodies, some covered with carved wooden doors or just bamboo.

Wooden statues carved detail on the palm upwardly and downwardly who has a philosophy of asking for and giving. The hand position reflects the position of life and death that the man who had died in need of assistance prayer of surviving descendants in order to reach heaven or Puya through traditional ceremonies, while the people who live expecting a blessing to still accompany the life of children and grandchildren.

Location: Lemo Village, Mengkendek District, Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi.

Activity: Explore ethnography, archeology, architecture, culture and culinary. Explore the flora and fauna. Seeing sunset and sunrise, hunting photography and videography, and others.

Tinuku Travel Lemo graves in Tana Toraja, magical feel the ancestral culture nobility in rock cliffs towards Puya

Tinuku.com Travel Lemo graves in Tana Toraja, magical feel the ancestral culture nobility in rock cliffs towards Puya

Travel.Tinuku.com Lemo graves in Tana Toraja, magical feel the ancestral culture nobility in rock cliffs towards Puya

Complementary facilities: Tour guide, car parking, restrooms, restaurants, hotels and resorts.

Reach access: 11 km from Makale city, 13 km from Rantepao city.

Routes and public transport: All flight and ground transportation to Makale city or Rantepao city.

Advice: Lemo located in north Makale city and south Rantepao city. Make sure the travelers accompanied by a tour guide or a local community to get an explanation of the history and Toraja exotic cultural sites.

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