A little bit of history is always needed to understand the place you are visiting. The Kobori Cave represents a concrete testimony of the ancient Muna Tribe in Megalithic era (around 4000 BC). This Indonesian National Heritage Site is also known as the “the cave of ink” for the fact that visitors who enjoy an excursion here, can witness some very old paintings which describes the way of life of this tribe. There are 565 megalithic paintings spread in several karst cave across Muna island, Southeast Sulawesi. Come and discover this wonderful place!
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