La Exotica Mamasa

Mamasa Mamasa is a city and regency in West Sulawesi, the capital is having the same name and it can be reach about 252 KM from Makassar city or 6 hours drive from Pare-pare. Mamasa have bordered with Mamuju in North, Polewali Mandar in South, Mamuju in West, in East there is Tana Toraja regency, South Sulawesi and Pinrang regency, South Sulawesi. Mamasa District formerly consist of 4 sub districts; Mamasa, Mambi, Sumarorong and Pana, then developed into 10 Districts and 123 Kelurahan or Village. Mamasa’s farm products are commonly…

Welcome To Mamuju

Mamuju Mamuju is the capital city of West Sulawesi Province and also the regency of the same area. This city is located in the middle of chocolate-covered hills, a curvaceous hills along 500 km after Barru regency in South Sulawesi. The city is located between Palu (Central Sulawesi) and Makassar (South Sulawesi). This capital become the economic or even cultural bridge between Palu and Makassar. Mamuju also such portraits of the two areas, because the dominant ethnic population Mandar are live in this city, with some small sub-ethnic, such as…

West Sulawesi

West Sulawesi West Sulawesi is the expansion province of South Sulawesi province. The capital is Mamuju city. West Sulawesi is known as tourism destination. Besides cocoa, this area is also producing robusta coffee or Arabica coffee, coconut, and clove. In mining sector there is the content of gold, coal, and petroleum. West Sulawesi is divided into the following regencies: Majene Regency, Mamasa Regency, Mamuju Regency, North Mamuju Regency and Polewali Mandar Regency. There are some destinations that officially open and worth to be visited according to some categories: Nature Tourism…

The Blue Atmosphere Along The Peninsula

Southeast Sulawesi Another province that stay on Sulawesi Island is Southeast Sulawesi with the capital city of Kendari which located on the east coast of the peninsula. The local inhabitant is ethnic of Tolaki, Buton and Muna. The economic commodities on South Sulawesi is about their agriculture such as, cocoa, cashew, coconut, clove, coffee, pepper and vanilla nut. Forestry, including logs and sawn timber. Fisheries, including inland fisheries and sea fisheries. Livestock, including cows, buffaloes and goats. Mining, including asphalt, nickel, gold, marble, semi precious stones, Onix, limestone and clay.…