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I came here to and witnessed the devastation of the recent tsunami and earthquake that hit Palu City. Talise Beach, a place where so many locals gather and have fun, fishing swimming and enjoying the sea breeze, became a total wreckage and it has became...More
It's not a beach for swim or vacation. It just a quiet beach in a city. But the view was amazing.. Beach, the bay and the mountain behind makes the view more perfect. But i can't handle the heat of the sun.. overheat for me..
Actually, the beach is so average. But it has a nice view to the mountains surrounding Palu bay. I has a nice spot to take (our) picture on ta small dock, and if you are bringing kids, there are plenty options for them to play....More
A good place to have light meal with coffee, tea or saraba (ginger with milk drink) while enjoying the night ambiance of Palu, shimmering with lights around the bay. In the day time there are lots of attractions too as small cars for kids, horse...More
i think its better to visit this place at sunday morning, because of "car free day" event. no traffic and polution, and so many culinary spot at car free day. beware of alligators because this is their natural habitat.. if you like playing crickets, it...More
The beach is quite lovely and comfortable to relieve fatigue after work. Conditions are fairly well maintained and clean. You can look at widely comfortably. Relaxing on the beach is a wise choice when visiting this city.
The beach is clean in some area while not in some area . You cannot do sunbathing here since the situation not supporting for that kind of activity . But , it's really a good thing to walk around this beach during sunset . This...More