Some of the finest megaliths in Indonesia are found in the Bada valley of central Sulawesi, a region that can be rightly called the “Easter island of Indonesia”. There are 14 stone statues with human like or animal features plus many stone vats scattered along the 15km valley. None one knows the origin of these enigmatic stone statues, though some scholars think they were made during the first millennium. The largest stone statue in the Bada valley is 4 meters high and 1.5 meters wide. This “megalith” exhibited here is a midget by contrast, but otherwise has the same archaic look as the in-situ megaliths in the Bada valley. The small size of this statue suggests that it was carved to honor a family ancestor.