TOURISM OBJECTS

• UJUNG PANDANG - MAKASAR

Paotere Anchorage Samalona Island Sungguminasa The Tomb of Sultan Hasanuddin Malino Bulukumba Mampu Cave Bantimurung Leang-Leang Historic Park

• PARE-PARE

Sengkang Soppeng Enrekang Polewali - Mamasa (Polmas)

• TANATORAJA

Sangalla Lemo Londa Kete Kesu Marante Makale rantepao Suaya (King Suaya Graveyard) To'Barana Sa'Dang Palawa Nanggala Buntao Tondon Batutumonga Lokomata Makula Bari Buntu Kalando Penanian Karassik

 

PARE-PARE

Pare-pare is the second biggest cities in South Sulawesi after Makasar city, which has strategic location. Pare-pare is a lunch stop along the road from Ujung Pandang to Toraja, through paddy fields and typical Bugis houses made of wood and bamboo, built on stilts. This city is located in the middle of South Sulawesi province and the side of Makasar strait. Its topography is coastal and hilly area. The wide area of Pare-pare city is 99,33 Km2, about 155 km from Makasar city. Geographically, Pare-pare city located at 03o 57' 39” - 03o 57' 39” South latitudes and 119o 36' 24” - 119o 43' 40” east longitudes. The boundaries of Pare-pare city is:
North side: Pinrang regency
South side: Barru regency
East side: Sidrap regency
West side: Makasar strait

Soppeng
Soppeng is one of the beautiful towns in South Sulawesi and has wide area authority of the other local kingdoms. It is proof with the Bugis inscription that is “Lontara”. The most characteristic of this town is the existence of bats. Hang on of the trees without take noticed the traffic around them.
Soppeng is another center of the silk industry, this spinning mill produces thread from silk worms. Weaving can be seen in many private homes along this route, which is 240 km to the northeast of Ujung Pandang. The finest silk is hand-loomed by village women who individually need a whole month to produce two meters of silk. Visitors are welcome to stop and watch, or make a purchase if there is any readily available.

 

 

 

 

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