Lemo is a small village located 12km south of Rantepao, among the rice fields. It consists of some old Tengkonan houses built with traditional materials and Tongkonan houses made with modern materials. Near the houses, there is a burial site in the rock wall with tiny Tongkonan houses for coffin storage and Tau Tau wooden statues. Cave chambers are carved into the rock wall.
01 Decorated facade of Tongkonan house 02 Tongkonan traditional ancestral houses 03 Tongkonan traditional ancestral houses 04 Small Tongkonan houses for coffins 05 Paddy fields
06 Small Tongkonan houses for coffins 07 Small Tongkonan houses for coffins 08 Tau Tau carved wooden statues 09 Small Tongkonan houses for coffins 10 Tombs carved in a cliff
11 Rice fields 12 Fruits of Caryota palm tree 13 Rice field 14 Rice 15 Rice plants
16 Rice fields 17 Tau Tau carved wooden statues 18 Tau Tau carved wooden statues 19 Tau Tau carved wooden statues
20 Rice fields 21 Rice fields 22 Small Tongkonan houses for coffins 23 Tongkonan traditional ancestral houses
24 Tongkonan traditional ancestral houses 25 Tongkonan shaped pavilion 26 Tongkonan traditional ancestral houses 27 Tongkonan traditional ancestral houses 28 Tongkonan traditional ancestral houses
29 Tongkonan traditional houses
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