Ta’pan Langkan is an ancient site in the form of an ancient cemetery located in village of Rinding Batu, Kesu’ sub-district, North Toraja. This cemetery began to be used in the 17th century by 5 families including Pasang and Belolangi’.
On the rock wall cliffs there are several ancient tombs carved into the cliff wall. According to local information, on this site there was a tau-tau (statues) in the past but has long been lost. Special place on the cliff carved to put the tau-tau was empty.
The other side of Ta’pan Langkan is a beautiful landscape. Climb to the summit and you will see the entire valley in the Kesu’ region, flanked by the Sarira mountains and Sopai mountains.