Traveljunkieindonesia.com – Travel junkies are always asking me what to do in Makassar and you think Makassar is Indonesia’s most hip city or not, there’s no denying the city’s special place in the world today.
Makassar is frenetic and crazy but has an incredible energy. It’s a magical place and I hope to visit again sometime soon.
And, that’s why I want to share some of the most experiences and things to do in Makassar. Makassar isn’t meant to be transited, it’s meant to be experienced.
The Travel Junkie confident you’ll come across a million of your own but here are 27 things to spot, sample and savour along the way.
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02. Travel Like Indiana Jones in Berua Village.
03. The wonder of the Leang-Leang Megaliths & Prehistory Park.
04. A visiting to Batu Cave at Bantimurung.
05. Yoga at Bantimurung waterfall.
06. Dinner with Sop Saudara and Ikan Bakar at Warung Pangkep Fly Over.
07. Stay at Swiss-Belinn Panakkukang Hotel.
08. Watching the Makassar shaman conjuring ‘pocong’.
09. A spiritual walk through the remnants of the former kingdom of Gowa, include Makam Sultan Hasanuddin.
10. The Majestic of Fort Rotterdam.
11. Learn about Prince Diponegoro at Fort Rotterdam.
12. Dancing at La Galigo Museum.
13. A lazy saturday at Samalona island.
14. An Incredible Energy of Fort Somba Opu.
15. The serenity of the Karaeng Pattingalloang Museum.
16. South Sulawesi traditional houses hopping at around the Fort Somba Opu.
17. Breezy seaside walk in the sunset at Akkarena beach.
18. Malino, a flower town near Makassar.
19. Spa day! treat yourself… in the hotel.
20. Like a local at Losari Beach.
21. Dinner at Warung Mappanyukki Pallu Mara Kepala Ikan.
22. A perfect sunset at Kayangan island.
23. Hang out with Jalangkote, Pisang Ijo, and Pallu Butung at Rumah Makan Muda Mudi.
24. A Wild and Crazy Bentor Ride around the city.
25. Lunch and pleading for Pallu Basa Serigala.
26. An Afternoon at Paotere Harbour.
27. Karaoke marathons at Jalan Nusantara in the night.
So, free to comment and add some of your things to do in Makassar.
Happy Sustainable Travels!