Hotel Pantai Gapura Makassar

Address: Jl. Pasar Ikan No.10, Makassar, Sulawesi, Indonesia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Jl. Pasar Ikan No.10, Makassar.
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      Some Much Needed Rest, then Falls, Food and Fort

      A travel blog entry by rambling_roamer on Feb 26, 2015

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      On the way we passed typical colonial Dutch buildings, as well as traditional Makassar houses on the water. We also drove through the warehouse area and the industrial area on the edge of the city. Many of the factories produce electronic components for Chinese, Japanese and Korean manufacturers, but there are also food companies and other businesses as well. The primary occupation on Sulawesi is farming, which was evident once we left the city. There were lots of ...

      Indonesia: Part II

      A travel blog entry by anne-ruth on Aug 21, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... the pigs and waterbuffalos. Then, they will keep the body in their house until enough money is saved up. The day we visited the funeral, was the day when the pigs were sacrificed. At first, I was very curious and didn't know what to expect. For sure, I didn't expect what I saw. Maybe 30-40 pigs were kept in the center of the court, where they were sorted: some were going to be slaughtered that day and others were given away as a present to important guests. In my opinion, ...

      Indo Style

      A travel blog entry by s.lukaszewicz on Jul 02, 2014

      24 photos

      Since I only entered Indonesia, it proved me with nothing but how different this country is from the others in SE Asia. The Culture of it is so strong it hurts. But what surprised me, was that during hitchhiking, not only is us, travelers doing so, but so do the locals. When myself and Morgan started our journey of over 350 km to the capital city of Sulawesi, we didn't expect we will be waving our hands accompanied by people of Toraja.

      The cars I ...

      Rammang Rammang

      A travel blog entry by thomle on Jun 28, 2014

      11 photos

      ... teeming with greenery and life. The paddy fields were in full bloom, the wooden, stilt houses of the locals dotted here and there, palm trees swayed gently in the breeze and birds of prey circled the karst peeks. It was breathtaking, we stood there for minutes, captivated by the beauty of it all. There was a sense of serenity to the place, a contentedness felt by the locals, unspoiled by tourists like myself. This place is rarely visited by tourists, as it is not ...

      My first day in Sulawesi

      A travel blog entry by kyley on Mar 26, 2014

      20 photos

      ... everyone is in Makassar!
      I'm not exaggerating when I say 90% of people on the street said hi to me.
      I had a great day and cannot stop smiling, but I'm glad to be chilling alone tonight, figuring out what to do over the next few weeks.

      Tomorrow I'm taking a bus 200kms (so, 5hrs) South, to a town called Bira, and I think I'll stay there for three nights.
      Supposedly internet there is frustrating so I'm trying to plan my trip up to Rantepao and Toraja before I ...

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