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We visited in the morning, to bad is was raining. We were with a guide but you can also go by yourself. It was nice to walk around and see all the animals, part of toraja culture. Further there is a market for fruit, veggies...More
Passing this market under high sun, I remind myself on the similar markets in Europe, because only different was kind of animal: water buffalo. Other things were same: tired people, poor animals, hot and wet weather and waiting for traders. But, animals are so beautiful,...More
If you plan to visit, Tuesday and Saturday is a better day as it's the market day, more activity of people buying and selling livestock. There are many bulls on sale and many pigs on sale. We can walk inside and around the bulls and...More
Fascinated by the amount of buffalos being sold here. Not to be shock, some selling price is even expensive than buying a car back in my country! However, come prepare as the smell is unpleasant and lots of dunks. We also get to see like...More
Worth a look 20,000 to enter. Lots of buffaloes for sale in varying sizes.
Pigs are sold strapped onto bamboo boards and piglets are just tied up in sacks. Looks cruel from western eyes. Cockrels are also sold for fights.
Interesting to see but sometimes...More