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If you can visit a ship, you see a lot and people on board are very friendly and want together with you on the picture. We were with a guide. I don’t know if you can do that without. I think so but I’m not...More
Better get to this place before sunrise (5.30 or befor six) to get the beautiful sunrise! This is the place where you can find Phinisi parking.
Note: Please be careful as sometimes there are some people come and ask for money. Just say I'm sorry...More
A fishing port, what more can I say. Caught a grab from Jl Bau at 18k and got dropped off at the entrance. The ticket cost 10k and that was it. You just walk around from one end to the other watch these guys at...More
Also known as Pelabuhan Paotere in Indonesian language, this working port is located approximately 4km north of the city centre. Here you can find a large port where Bugis sailing ships berth. A plethora of activities happening at the port and there is a huge...More
Makassar as a port city since collonial era is famous with their big cargo phinisi ship that copy the blueprint master of a schooner.
During kingdom era the main harbour of Gowa Kingdom is located near the delta of Jeneberang close to Benteng Somba Opu,...More
It's interesting to see the trading boats built locally based of the the design of Arab boats going back hundreds of years. They still carry goods to the remote islands and are working vessels. Not a lot to see there but still worth a look....More