3D2N Makassar Sulawesi Tour

3 Days 2 Nights Makassar Tour Package

Day 1

Pick up in Makassar airport, go to Bantimurung Waterfall, Fort Rotterdam, Losari Beach
Day 2
Come to see the Tomb of Sheikh Yusuf and Sultan Hasanuddin, , Katangka Mosque,  Balla Lompoa (a palace of Gowa), Somba Opu
Day 3
Shopping for souvenirs, transfer to the airport


  • Airport shuttle
  • Transport during the tour
  • Accomodation in 3-4* hotel (twin sharing)
  • Full board meals as itinerary
  • Entrance fee
  • Guide
  • Mineral water, toll and parking fees
  • Snorkeling, diving (optional)


  • Flight ticket
  • Personal expenses (drink, laundry, etc)
  • Tips for guide & driver
Duration : 3 Days
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 2
Maximum : 20

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Per Person (In Group of 2-3 Pax)
IDR 4.284.500
Per Person (In Group of 4-6 Pax)
IDR 3.025.000
Per Person (In Group of Min 10 Pax)
IDR 1.687.900

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Makassar, South Sulawesi

About 3D2N Makassar Sulawesi Tour

South Sulawesi region has many interesting sights, including objects holiday in the city of Makassar. As the largest city in eastern Indonesia, the city has many charming location making it suitable as a vacation destination. There are theme park, natural sites, historic sites, or its culinary that you should try.

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1138 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
Rangga_xyz (Bogor, Indonesia)
Reviewed 17 Mar 2018

"Local beach"

Beach is more for walking, no wave and no sand. Many stall "pisang eppe" and other food. Have live music on weekend.

Visited Mar 2018

Senge5544 (Melaka, Malaysia)
Reviewed 03 Mar 2018

"Not a real beach"

It's more a promenade than a real beach. Always plenty of people walking around or showing animals like big snakes or lizards for photo. It's a big part of the city and worth a visit but nothing too...

Visited Mar 2018

KamalMamat (Singapore, Singapore)
Reviewed 14 Feb 2018

"More a communal space then a beach"

Won't call this a beach. More of a gathering space for Makassar folks, especially during the evenings and weekends

Visited Feb 2018

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