Tana Toraja Indonèsia

Wonderful Indonesia - Tana Toraja: Land of Heavenly Kings - Sulawesi

Tana Toraja (Indonesia). 'Life revolves around death in this countryside  of rice terraces, boat-shaped roofs  and doe-eyed buffalo. Tana Torajan funeral  ceremonies last days, and involve  countless animal sacrifices for the upper  classes. The festivities start with bet-heavy  bullfights then lead into days of prayer, feasting  and dances.' http://www.lonelyplanet.com/indonesia/sulawesi/tana-toraja

Tana Toraja 'Life revolves around death in this countryside of rice terraces, boat-shaped roofs and doe-eyed buffalo. Tana Torajan funeral ceremonies last days, and involve countless animal sacrifices for the upper classes.

Bira Beach, Sulawesi - One of Indonesia's best (yet least visited) beaches and worth every minute of the 5-hour drive from the nearest airport in Makassar.

The Beauty of Bira, Taking it Easy in Sulawesi Indonesia

Bira Beach, Sulawesi - One of Indonesia's best (yet least visited) beaches and worth every minute of the drive from the nearest airport in Makassar.

Young sea gypsies play in the water in the center of their neighborhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah, on February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies maintain a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead.

This community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead.

Tana Toraja, Sulawesi Selatan | Tempatnya Orang Mati yang hidup

Wonderful Indonesia - Tana Toraja: Land of Heavenly Kings - Sulawesi

Young sea gypsies play in the water in the center of their neighborhood in the Sulawesi Sea in Malaysia's state of Sabah, on February 17, 2009. A community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies maintain a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead.

This community of 30 families of the indigenous ethnic group of sea gypsies are still maintaining a nomadic and sea-based life without fresh water supply, TV nor electricity, and only go to land to bury the dead.

Toraja house, in Sulawesi, Indonesia

Toraja traditional houses and barns under the cliff, Tana Toraja, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. (by pepifleuf) Love pulau Slawesi!

My pride

A man selling his water buffalo on a livestock market in Sulawesi

BATUTUMONGA

Rice fields of Batutumonga in Toraja, Indonesia.

Traditional

Traditional

SPA Procedures

Kids of Northern Sulawesi

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