South Sulawesi is a province in Eastern Indonesia with Makassar as its capital. Amongst any other region, this district is the most populated province with various tradition, rite, and ethnicities. Which is why, this area that divided into three ethnicities — Bugis, Makassar, and Toraja — is a wondrous destination for tourists.
A few destinations that seems appealing for tourists are Losari Beach — the non-sandy beach located in city center, Bira Cape — diving and snorkeling are the most favorite activities in this clear sea, Fort Rotterdam — a fortress with Portuguese style, and Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park — where waterfalls, caves, and a butterfly conservatory are located. Not to forget their tasty cuisines like Pallu Basa, Coto Makassar, Nasu Palekko, or Barobbo to complete your visit to South Sulawesi.