Palu is the capital city of Central Sulawesi Province, which geographically this region located in upstate. Town which seldom has rain known as one of dry town in Indonesia with hot air in the afternoon and nocturnal cold. Palu is a piece of paradise on the equator, it is a fitting description of this city, which has the most complete and unique layout. There are a piece of paradise on the equator because it has a stunning valley, a scenic bay, mountains stretching to the right and left of the city and a river that divides West and East Palu.
Palu City is backed by the Gawalise mountains to its west and the Rovigadi mountain range to its east and is fronted by a number of white beaches, including the Tanjung Karang, Towale, Enu, Malera and Moian and Taman Ria beaches, as well as the Kampung Nelayan or the Fishermen’s Beach.
Palu is the gateway to the some tourism object in Central Sulawesi, such as Tanjung Api National Park, Morowali Nature Reserve, Lore Lindu National Park and the mysterious Bada Valley where lie scattered megalithic statues resembling those on Easter Island, and further east is the diving haven of the Togean Islands, Parigi Moutong Diving, Lake Poso and many more.
Nowadays Palu become a fast growing provincial, some of household industries was built including wood carving, sawmilling, plaiting, and basket and mat making . Also small factories process food, and boats are built and repaired. Deep sea fishing is also economically important. Copra and timber are exported. Other supporting facilities such as Hotels and Resort, Restaurant also was built around the city and at some area which is can support the economic growth.
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