Mamasa is the largest village in the Mamasa valley, and it has clean and cool air with friendly people. The activity of this village only happens in market day, when the people who live on mountain slopes in this valley came to the village of Mamasa to sell their goods.
The area around the village of Mamasa has magnificent sceneries. There are motor vehicles (motorcycle taxi) or public transportations which can be rented in the village of Mamasa to be used to get around to the village.
Among other districts in West Sulawesi, Mamasa is the most favored area in terms of potential tourism objects because it has mountains and cultural nature sites. Mamasa is famous for its unique culture, including architecture, dance, languages, and funeral procedures. Mamasa often referred to the culture of West Toraja because their culture is similar. Mamasa cultures are significantly different with coastal people like Mamuju, Majene or Polewali.
Between Mamasa and Tana Toraja have something in common regarding the indigenous death party, both of those cultures are similar but not identical.
Mamasa have some potential destination like Tedong-tedong minanga graveyard, Sarambu waterfall, Liawang waterfall, Passion fruit agrotourism, Ballapeu traditional village, Mabeba’ and Mangngaro culture and many more.
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