Rammang-Rammang is a place in the karst mountain range (limestone) in Maros-Pangkep. It settled in Salenrang village, District Bontoa, Maros, South Sulawesi province, or about 40 km north of Makassar.
Rammang-Rammang is can be reached by road with motor vehicles in less than 2 hours from the city of Makassar. Rammang-Rammang is conveniently located just a few meters from the highway across provinces. The name of "Rammang-Rammang" comes from the language of Makassar, where rammang means "cloud" or "mist". So, rammang-rammang means a set of cloud or fog. According to the local believe this place was named Rammang-Rammang because of the clouds or fog that always appearing around the area, especially in the morning or when it rains.
The points of interest in the region is a limestone forest park, Telaga Bidadari, Bulu’ Barakka' cave, Telapak Tangan Cave, Pasaung caves, Pute rivers and Berua Village.
Rammang Rammang Lime stone forest scattered for about 45 000 hectares (45A km²) and this is the third largest karst areas in the world, after Tsingy in Madagascar and Shilin in China. There are two stone forest park complexes in Rammang-Rammang that located in the north and in the south
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