Makassar is the largest city in eastern Indonesia and the capital city of South Sulawesi province. Makassar enjoys a central location in the Indonesian archipelago and is Indonesia’s busy air hub, connecting Sumatra, Java, Bali and Kalimantan in the west with Sulawesi, the Moluccas and Papua in the east. The city of Makassar is a bustling cosmopolitan town, home to a diverse ethnic group that was once called Ujung Pandang.
Attractions in the heart of Makassar range from historical sites, boardwalk waterfront, a plethora of culinary treats and architectural landmarks. Fort Rotterdam is the first spot that you may want to visit for an overview of Makassar’s history. A well-preserved bastion from the Gowa Sultanate, dated back to the 17th century. Losari Beach is where people flock during just around sunset to enjoy the afternoon cool breeze at the waterfront. Here, you can easily find local snacks like Pisang Epe, made from banana and chocolate!
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One of the most famous types of coffee grown in Indonesia is from the highlands of Toraja. Located 1,500 meters above sea level, Toraja is an ideal place to cultivate coffee producing some of the best beans in Indonesia. The earth and vegetation give Toraja coffee a distinct full-bodied caramel flavor, which is widely sought after by coffee connoisseurs.
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