Yasmin Hotel

Jl.Jampea No.5, Makassar, Sulawesi, 90174 , Indonesia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Makassar

Journey to Yogyakarta

A travel blog entry by sjandemma


... made it to the gate,  boarded the last bus out to the plane where, as we boarded the plane (about 11:15),  we watched our Lion Air escorts have the ground crew reopen the baggage compartment and safely stow our backpacks. Looking at a map we're going out of our way to make a connecting flight back to Yogyakarta. It's a little bit crazy, but it's always nicer to be in motion than sitting still and, let's face it, we're from Pittsburgh, a city with zero direct ...

Sulawesi: Weird and Wonderful

A travel blog entry by wanderlust_asia


... destroys reefs outright, and over harvesting Napoleon Wrasses, an apex predator that controls the coral-eating Crown of Thorns Starfish. The results have been devastating, in many places there is rubble where there should be reefs. Our guidebook gave an optimistic outlook for the area, citing recent National Park status and the cessation of harmful practices, but we saw Napoleon Wrasses in a pen awaiting sale, and heard underwater explosions while diving. On ...

The New Legends

A travel blog entry by hobo-magic

... Ratu Indah Mall. It had a MacDonald's and a Starbucks but no size 12 sandals for Ed to be found in any of the numerous sports shops so he had to settle for some size 10's which leave his toes hanging slightly over the edge. We ate at Kampoeng Popsa, a big modern food court overlooking the port which had a bubble tea stall much to my delight, and a pizza place, although the pizza left something to be desired.

In contrast to very modern Ratu Indah, we also ...

Indonesia, 01/10 – 23/11:

A travel blog entry by ronan-wendie


... epiphytes.

Buntu (mtn) toarkojaya 1155meters.

About 6kms down the mtn on the way home we saw 2 plantation workers walking home in their wellies…that’s a tough life, walking @ least 12kms a day to & from work, to spend the whole day pickin coffee in the mtn fields! Tough ladies.

A trad toraja dinner consists of tons of pork & herbs slow cooked in bamboo, all washed down with a bamboo mug of palm wine.

Language Learning

A travel blog entry by firqintravels


... I learnt more from the guide during my stay there. The Toraja culture is very rich, they are the ones who celebrate and party someone's death rather than mourn the person's passing. Parties can go on for days and sacrifices made to the Gods can be up to hundreds! It's interesting to know how this idea of "sacrifice" works and basically it is a culture which I feel that runs on debt. If a family sacrifices a pig, the family who has suffered a ...


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TripAdvisor Reviews Yasmin Hotel Makassar

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good