Kete Kesu is a village, which is still characterized by traditional lives of Toraja people. If you take a look from the front side, you will find it lies over in the middle of the wide paddy fields with a beautiful sequence of curved roofs and carved walls barns. This village consists of four traditional tongkonan houses of Toraja. Inside one of the Tongkonans, there is something like a small museum, which is located in the middle of the ground floor. Most of the people of this village have a good mastery in painting and carving. This can be seen among them who are doing carves and paints.