Sempu Island A Hidden Island With Beautiful Lagoon

Pulau Sempu or Sempu Island is a small island located in the south of East Java. It is an island with a beautiful sea lagoon Segara Anakan inside, turquoise seawater, and white sand. Sempu...

Karst Maros The Second Largest Karst In The World

Karst Maros, a not-so-common black stones area. We know it as Karst. Taken from Yugoslavian/Slovenian, krst/krast’, which an area in border between Yugoslavia and North Italy, near Trieste. Karst is an earth’s surface which high cretaceous...

Parangloe Waterfall A Paradise Inside The Forest

  Parangloe is the name of a waterfall located in Gowa with a very neat stone structure. Parangloe is one of the most amazing and beautiful waterfall in South Sulawesi. The waterfall has 30 meters...

Tempe Lake And Floating Houses

  Tempe Lake is the icon of Sengkang, the capital of Wajo, a regency in South Sulawesi. Although there’s no correspond of that name with tempeh - Javanese food, Lake Tempe is known as producer...

Follow The Flour, Folk! It’s Bira!

Living in Makassar means there’re two nearest places around that city to enjoy your weekend, which one you feel more interested. Visit Malino if you need fresh air from mountains village, or pack your...

Sutera Sengkang Heaven Of Silk Weaving In Eastern Indonesia

Sengkang is the capital city of Wajo, regency in South Sulawesi and located about 250 kilometers from Makassar. Besides popular with Tempe Lake and its floating village named Salotangah, Sengkang also known as heaven of sutera (silk)...

Lakkang Island, A Japanese Heritage Trail In Makassar

Lakkang is a delta or many people call it an island that is located in the middle of Makassar, it is flanked by Tallo and Pampang River. It isn’t an island in the middle...

Old Village Bitombang

Toa Bitombang Old Village is one of the oldest villages in Indonesia. The village is unique because of the natural topography with bumpy surface. The house on stilts in the village and the topography...

Tana Beru, Where The Great Ship of “Phinisi” Was Built

Tana Beru in South Sulawesi might be the only one place in the world which still produces traditional ship until today. When all of traditional ships industries in the world aren’t exist anymore because they...

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