4.0 based on 96 reviews
It is an uninhabited island ~30-40min from Makassar by boat. You can rent one for the entire day (Rp500-750K). It amazed me where you have crystal clear water so closed to a major port like Makassar. Most of the corals are concentrated about 100m, on the northwest side of the island. Ask the boat to take you close to the edge of the cliff where the water was only 3m deep and you will be surrounded by hundreds of colorful fishes. No scuba dive needed. Happy snorkeling!
4.0 based on 162 reviews
We having a wonderful time enjoying the view and the boat we used they are so kind and helpful. Thanks
3.5 based on 1,318 reviews
I love this coastal path , we can find many thing we need, food , mosque, entertainment, sunset beach , and you should try pisang epe , the one of very popular traditional dessert , great coffee will make your afternoon sunset absolutely completed
3.5 based on 968 reviews
Fort Rotterdam, full with history, at first the building started as fort of Sultan Hasanuddin, then became the Portuguese, at last fort Rotterdam since Dutch time in Indoensia around 350 years. Now as museum, and from fort Rotterdam you can see the beutiful view of Losari beach, ofwhich located at Makassar straight
5.0 based on 45 reviews
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