Have you ever been visited ? is squeezed tightly between the and the outer rim of , the almighty in . At Kuban sub-village close to is a that is separated by the lake and accessible only by boat, there is no path along the steep walls of the crater rim. Unlike the people, the people of do not or bury their , but just lay them out in cages to decompose. A macabre collection of skulls and bones lies on the stone platform and the surrounding areas at Trunyan . The dead bodies don't produce bad smells because of the perfumed scents from a huge Taru Menyan growing nearby. Taru means 'tree' and Menyan means “nice smell”. The name of was also derived from these two words.