7 Exciting Tourist Attractions in Makassar


Source: www.indonesia.travel

Indonesia’s South Sulawesi Province has tourism potential that attracts many tourists, both local and foreign. Not only nature tourism, but Makassar also has a special cuisine that other regions cannot match in Indonesia. However, many people are not familiar with interesting tourist attractions in the city of Makassar.

People may only know of popular tourist spots such as Losari Beach and Trans Studio Makassar, even though many other interesting tourist spots can visit. Several tourist attractions are scattered in cities around Makassar such as Gowa, Pangkep, Bulukumba, Jeneponto, and many others. Curious about the extraordinary tourist destinations in Makassar and other cities in South Sulawesi? Check out the list of interesting tourist destinations in Makassar below.

  • Kanipang Beach, Pinrang

Kanipang Beach in Pinrang is the right choice for those of you who crave a quiet beach atmosphere. Being on the beach with friendly waves, accompanied by a gentle breeze under a shady coconut tree plus a fun moment watching the sunset, will make you feel at home for a long time here. Location: Kanipang Hamlet, Sabbang Paru Village, Lembang District, Pinrang, South Sulawesi

  • Apparalang, Bulukumba

Behind the majestic cliffs of Apparang, there is a beautiful beach that you must visit. The underwater world is also stunning, so make sure you stop by this place while on vacation to Makassar. However, residents also established several photo spots to pamper travelers who like to take selfies. The panorama of the cliffs and the open blue sea is a mandatory sight that you must capture. Location: Ara, Bontobahari, Ara, Bonto Bahari, Bulukumba Regency, South Sulawesi

  • Tama’lulua Waterfall, Jeneponto

This waterfall is one of the most popular in South Sulawesi. The specialty of the Tama’lulua waterfall in Jeneponto can be seen in the large water discharge, and the height of the waterfall is above average. Another factor that attracts tourists is the unspoiled nature. The green trees make the trip to the location very fun and refreshing. Location: Bontomanai, Rumbia, Jeneponto Regency, South Sulawesi

  • Lappa Rock, Barru District

Batu Lappa means stacked stone, and with the addition of a stream of water flowing on it, it is also a beautiful natural panorama. Batu Lappa is a tourist destination in Barru Regency is now becoming trendy in South Sulawesi. The interesting thing about this waterfall is the roar of the water and the natural panorama. But it takes a little effort to be able to enjoy this special view. Location: Batulappa Hamlet, Tompo Village, Barru District, Barru Regency, South Sulawesi Province

  • Lemo and Londa Attractions, Makale, Tana Toraja

Although it sounds horrible, the cemetery can also be used as a tourist destination. Unusual scenery is the main reason why this stone grave tour in Tana Toraja should be included in your itinerary for a visit to South Sulawesi. Lemo Cemetery is a grave on a rock cliff in Tana Toraja. Although it is quite scary and mystical, it presents an exotic view. Don’t forget to always be respectful and obey the rules. Location: Lemo and Londa, North Makale, Tana Toraja Regency, South Sulawesi

  • Parigi Dam, Malino Axis, Gowa

Who would have thought there was such an Instagenic dam in South Sulawesi. If you want to find it, you can directly dock to Gowa, to be precise, to the Parigi Dam, Poros Malino.

Here you will find a cool view of the dam, with the texture of the multi-story building and the beautiful nature around it. You can also enjoy natural, green, and refreshing shades when you visit here. Location: Asana Hamlet, Parigi village, TinggiMoncong sub-district, Gowa district, South Sulawesi Sulawesi

  • Leang Pa’niki Waterfall, Gowa

Leang Pa’niki waterfall offers a cool panorama to enjoy while relaxing. The running water is very fresh and cold. But you have to be careful if the water discharge is high enough because the current will be strong. Location: Rannaloe, Bungaya, Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi

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