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Investment profile of the Regency of Tana Toraja.

Investment profile of the Regency of Tana Toraja.

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Published by Regional Investment Coordinating Board of South Sulawesi in [Ujung Pandang] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsSulawesi Selatan (Indonesia). Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal Daerah.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCM 2004/01261 (H)
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 45 p., [3] folded leaves of plates :
Number of Pages45
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3981070M
LC Control Number2001306343

When the Tana Toraja regency was further opened to the outside world in the s, it became an icon of tourism in Indonesia: it was exploited by tourism development and studied by anthropologists. By the s, when tourism peaked, Toraja society had changed significantly, from an agrarian model—in which social life and customs were outgrowths of the Aluk To Dolo—to a largely Christian society. [7]South Sulawesi: , Tana Toraja. 13K likes. Community. Facebook is showing information to help you better understand the purpose of a ers: 13K.

Tana Toraja Regency, South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia: This page contains all mineral locality references listed on Land Area: The Toraja Regencies – 3,,77 km 2. Sulawesi Selatan – 46, km 2. Highest Elevation: Sesean – 2, metres amsl. Largest city: Rantepao – now capital of Toraja Utara regency, tourist central. Makale – capital of Tana Toraja regency. Population: , Author: Grace Susetyo.

  The population of the Toraja is approximately ,, of which , still live in the regency of Tana Toraja (“Land of Toraja”). Most are Christian, others are Muslim, and a minority still retain the local beliefs known as Aluk Todolo (“Way of the Ancestors”), which are most visible during funeral festivities and burial customs. Makale is the capital city of the Tana Toraja Regency and offers some interesting attractions to see as well as a host of restaurants and hotels. Getting There & Away Travelling to Tana Toraj is relatively painless, with the regional airport in Rantepao offering flights three times a week to the South Sulawesi capital city of Makassar.


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Investment profile of the Regency of Tana Toraja Download PDF EPUB FB2

Tana Toraja is a regency of South Sulawesi in Indonesia and home to the Toraja ethnic group. The local government seat is in Makale, while the center of Toraja culture is in Rantepao. Toraja funeral and rites Toraja funeral rites are important social events, usually attended by.

Tana Toraja is a highland Investment profile of the Regency of Tana Toraja. book in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi, best known today for its exquisite Arabica coffee and as an exotic destination for cultural tourism. Toraja is a place, but more importantly, it is a people who have been shaped by location, and by selective absorption of and resistance to cultural forces from the Islamic s: 1.

Tana Toraja (also referred to as Toraja) is a region in South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It is a landlocked regency and it is famous for the Torajan homes (Tongkonan) and traditional funeral ceremonies.

For the purpose of this guide I have listed the region rather than an individual town, as most of the sightseeing involves driving around numerous villages. expansion of Tana Toraja Regency and the formation of new autonomous regency impact to the improvement of public service in the education field, health, and infrastructure.

Keywords: autonomous regency, regency expansion, publicservice. Introduction The implementation of. One of many exotic places in Indonesia that have been popular for its magnificent landscape and its endearing traditions is Tana Toraja.

Tana Toraja or literally means Land of Toraja is a regency of South Sulawesi where Toraja ethnic group lives. It is divided into 2 regions, Tana Toraja with the capital of Makale and Toraja Utara in Rantepao.

Tana Toraja Website under construction. The land of heavenly kings. Come and visit. In the Indonesian director general of tourism declared Tana Toraja Regency the touristic "prima donna of South Sulawesi." In a little more than 15 years the Toraja people of upland Sulawesi had gone from anthropological obscurity to touristic celebrity.

Known for their spectacular funeral rituals, effigy-filled burial cliffs, and elaborately carved architecture, the Sa'dan Toraja people. Tana Toraja Photo by: a rabin, Creative Commons Preserving the culture of one's country is very hard, especially with the advent of the modern era where technology rules much of the economy.

This is why the regency of the Toraja Land, situated in the highland region of Sulawesi garners much interest.

Many of the locals. Mauricio Quito Photography is at Tana Toraja Regency. Novem. South Sulawesi, Indonesia: A man uses a tube made from bamboo to drain blood out from the dead buffalo. This is the first in a series of labor-intensive steps to prepare the animal for the following events/5().

Tana Toraja or Toraja is one of the beautiful region at South Sulawesi Province. From the distance, one can see the jagged edges of the hill stretching side by side along the slop of the mountains.

Moreover, one can be also find beautiful valleys in which bamboo and sugar palms are growing and the traditional houses with curved roof among the paddy field, beautiful and naturally carved and.

Tana Toraja baby tree: The cradle graves of babies. After a long drawn out funeral ceremony, comes the elaborate burials of the Torajans. The coffin is often put in a cave, in a grave carved in stone, or hung from a cliff.

The deceased are adorned with their favourite ornaments and any other possessions that they may require in Puya. Tana Toraja Regency is the best destination to explore the richness of the culture of such province. Both local and foreign tourists would love to explore it.

Once you reach the location, you may feel a mystical atmosphere. It is because the villagers take care of their culture well. Get a fascinating initiation into the unique culture and traditions of this off-beat region in the central Sulawesi, Indonesia, with a local Tana Toraja Regency guide from tourHQ.

We, and third parties, use cookies for technical and analytical purposes, for marketing purposes and. indigenous religion continued to heavily influence belief and ritual life. in Tana Toraja, and received a boost from tourism and government.

support during the Suharto era, but only a tiny minority of people. today identify themselves as adherents of the religion now known. as Aluk Todolo. The Making of the North Toraja Regency Profile (Kab. Toraja Utara) Tana Toraja, OTW Toraja - Palopo Sul - Sel Indonesia - Duration: Kayuos views.

The Torajans are an ethnic group indigenous to a mountainous region of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Their population is approximately 1, of whomlive in the regency of Tana Toraja ("Land of Toraja").

Most of the population is Christian, and others are Muslim or have local animist beliefs known as aluk ("the way"). The Indonesian government has recognised this animistic belief as. So exploring Tana Toraja (Toraja Land) is an experience of a lifetime.

It’s shocking, but also beautiful at the same time. From the extreme death rituals to the amazing nature of the Tana Toraja Region. We travelled to Rantapao, the heart of Tana Toraja, in Sulawesi to learn more about the most unique culture of Indonesia.

In this blog, we. The Tana Toraja boundary was determined by the Dutch East Indies government in InTana Toraja was under the administration of Bugis state, Luwu. The regentschap (or regency) status was given on 8 Octoberthe last regency given by the l: Makale.

Tana Toraja – Torajaland or Toraja Island lies in the highlands of Sothern Sulawesi and is home to the bulk of Toraja individuals, whose history go back clans from Southern China are leaving from the local war ultimately made it all the method to Sulawesi where they calmed down.

Location of Sulawesi in Indonesia. The Torajans are an ethnic group indigenous to a mountainous region of South Sulawesi, population is approximately 1, of whomlive in the regency of Tana Toraja ("Land of Toraja"). [1] Most of the population is Christian, and others are Muslim or have local animist beliefs known as aluk ("the way").

Sulawesi are the Toraja-speaking peoples of the Sa’dan, Masupu and Mamasa River systems. The best known of these peoples are the Sa’dan Toraja, who inhabit the present-day regency of Tana Toraja and have received considerable attention from tourists and scholars over the last three to four decades.

From the early s to the.Before the start of the formal administration of Toraja villages by the Tana Toraja Regency, each Toraja village was autonomous. In a more complex situation, in which one Toraja family could not handle their problems alone, several villages formed a group; sometimes, villages would unite against other villages.Tana Toraja is a highland region in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi, best known today for its exquisite Arabica coffee and as an exotic destination.

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