Journey to South Sulawesi - an undiscovered jewel.
First stop - Makassar
Posted On: August 9, 2017
Recently Way to Australia and Beyond visited South Sulawesi Indonesia, seeking out new desitainations for our clients and providing an update on new and exciting places to visit.
From the time you touch down in Makassar South Sulawesi you immediatley become aware that you are in a very special place.
Makkasar is a vibrant city with an expanding population of 1.339 million and serves asthe capital for Sulawesi. It is reached easily by air from either Jakarta, Denpassar or otherconnecting regional flights.Makassar, also known as Ujung Padang, is a port city on eastern Indonesia's Sulawesi island.
Inside its 17th-century Dutch colonial Fort Rotterdam is theMuseum Negeri La Galigo, housing local exhibits.A promenade along Losari Beach is known for its seafood restaurants. Traditional pinisi - sailing ships pack theharbor of Pelabuhan Paotere. Offshore, snorkeling is possible on the coral reefs ofSamalona Island.
We explored Makassar with interest taking in this little known destination and learning more about the unique culture of the region.
Our trip to Ramung Ramung about one hour's drive from Makassar was a special treat, on a small tributary river in open canoe cruising through a mix of jungle,limestone, cliffs , caves and water birds to reveal an inland fish farm where aftertea was served.
How closer can you be to a special place!
Truly a magical visit toRamung Ramung!
Soon, read about more wonder from South Sulawesi.
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