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Takapala Waterfall, Gowa

Takapala Waterfall has 109 meters high with huge volume of water that pour out daily, and becomes bigger during rainy season. The outpouring of water that hit the big chunks of rocks in the bottom causing a roar and a … Continue reading

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Selayar Island

Selayar Island Selayar is an island that located in Selayar islands regency, South Sulawesi. Selayar Island is separated from the mainland of South Sulawesi with an area of ??approximately 2000 km2 that stretches from north to south between Sulawesi island … Continue reading

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The Delicate Movements of Tari Kipas, South Sulawesi

Tari Kipas Tari Kipas or Fan dance is a dance that originating from Gowa society, South Sulawesi. Some people recognize this dance as Kipas Pakarena dance that means Playing. This traditional dance was attach since the existence of Gowa Kindom … Continue reading

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Takabonerate Islands, The Paradise Near Us

Takabonerate Island Takabonerate is an island and a sub-district from Selayar Regency, South Sulawesi. Takabonerate National Park has the third largest coral atoll in the world after the Kwajifein in Marshall Islands and Suvadiva the Moldiva Islands. The size of … Continue reading

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Parepare City

Parepare Parepare is one of regencies in South Sulawesi province, BJ. Habibie, the former Indonesian 3rd President is come from this city. In the early development of this current plateau, called Parepare, formerly was just a thicket of bushes which … Continue reading

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Bunaken The Sea Paradise

Bunaken Bunaken is an island, formerly part of Manado bay, is norther part of Sulawesi province, Indonesia. The visitors can reach Bunaken by speed boat abour 30 minutes from Manado sea port. Around the Bunaken Island, there is Bunaken Sea … Continue reading

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The Torajan And The Way They Exist

Toraja People Toraja people are the indigenous people who live in highland of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The word Toraja comes from the Bugis language’s to riaja, meaning “people of the uplands” Befor the 20th Cntury, the Torajan was live in … Continue reading

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The Pride To Be The Bugis

The Bugis Bugis people is one of Indonesian ethnic which are the inhabitant of South Sulawesi. This tribe is the biggest three after Javanese and Sundanese. Beside the indigenous who live in South Sulawesi, the immigrant of Minangkabau who wander … Continue reading

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Enchanting Toraja on South Sulawesi

South Sulawesi South Sulawesi is one of Indonesia Provinces that lies on Sulawesi Island. Makassar is the capital of this province that was called as Ujung Pandang. The local inhabitant that stay in South Sulawesi is dominated by Bugis and … Continue reading

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