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Makassar Restaurant, Food and Culinary Guide

Makassar Restaurant

Makassar is the one of the biggest city in Indonesia, formerly know as Ujung Pandang. Makassar is the capital city of South Sulawesi and the largest city in Sulawesi Island. Makassar also know as primary port and airline hub of the eastern archipelago, the thousands of remote islands being developed and incorporated into the mainstream of Indonesian society and economy.

Kajang Tribe, a Unique Ethnic Community at Bulukumba, South Sulawesi

Kajang Tribe Sulawesi

Kajang Tribe or Kajang People or in Indonesia language call it "Suku Kajang" is sub-ethnic of Makassar ethnic groups, who inhabited a particular area in the forest. The area and the people are quite asolated from other people of Bulukumba Regency. The Head of this group who is ruled by a tribal and religious is called "Ammatoa" and their land call it Tana Toa.

Bunaken National Marine Park Dive Sites Overview

Bunaken Dive Sites

Bunaken Bunaken National Marine Park is considered one of the world's top marine park and top diving destinations, located in the Manado Gulf in the center of the Coral Triangle of the Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, providing habitat more then 390 species of coral as well as many fish, mollusc, reptile and marine mammal species.

Bunaken National Marine Park Manado Overview, North Sulawesi

Bunaken National Marine Park

Bunaken National Marine Park is considered one of the world's top marine park and top diving destinations, located in Manado, North Sulawesi Province at the Manado Gulf on the center of the Coral Triangle of the Sulawesi Island, Indonesia, providing habitat more then 390 species of coral as well as many fish, mollusc, reptile and marine mammal species.

Bugis Waterpark Adventure Makassar Overview

Bugis Waterpark Makassar

Bugis Water Park Makassar is one of the largest water parks in Indonesia, located at Bukit Baruga Complex, Antang, Makassar. The park theming was developed around the rural areas and cultural realities of the region and takes about 7 hectares of land (approx 17 acres). After years of planning and construction by PT. Baruga Asrinusa Development, Kalla Group, in collaboration with Polin Water Parks and Pool Systems, the site is now one of the largest water parks ever built in Indonesia, especially at eastern part of Indonesia.

Bone Traditional Ceremony Mattompang Arajang, South Sulawesi

Bone Traditional Ceremony Sulawesi

Bone Regency is the one of South Sulawesi territory, located in the east of Makassar City. Majority of the population are Buginese and become famous because of their richness cultural. One of the famous traditional ceremony events at Bone is a ceremony to purify/clean up objects royal heritage of Bone Kingdom called "Mappepaccing Arajang" or "Mattompang Arajang".

Bissu Buginese Community Overview

Bissu South Sulawesi

Bissu was known since the growing of Buginese Empire, and its one of the genders of the Bugisese Tribe, an ethnic group of South Sulawesi. The Bissu are commonly termed "gender transcendent" or as "having a ritual role" in the Bugis culture. There are divergent theories regarding the definitive origins and meaning of "gender transcendent" in this context.

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