Welcome to Makassar

Makassar is capital city of South Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. This city has some interesting places, excotic islands, beautiful beach, atractive art and culture, many kinds of entertainment, and delicious foods. Makassar is also a gateway to other famous places in Sulawesi like Tana Toraja, Takabonerate Marine Park, Bunaken Marine Park, and Wakatobi Marine Park.

Makassar can be reached through airway or seaway. There are some direct flight to Makassar, one hour only from Bali and Surabaya, two hours from Jakarta, and three hours from Kuala Lumpur. More information

Fishing on Balang Tonjong Lake

IN eastern part of Makassar City, there is Balang Tonjong Lake. In addition function as a collecting and saving waters lakes and Makassar city forests, Balang Tonjong Lake is also a location for natural fishing.

Location of Object
Balang Tonjong Lake located in Antang Village, Manggala District, Makassar City, South Sulawesi, about 15 kilometers east of Makassar centre city (Karebosi Field).

Balang Tonjong Lake is more than 30 hectares width. The north side of the lake is a hilly area with the exuberance of trees. Since 2005, the lake has been set as collecting and saving waters lake and city forest.

On one side in the south of the lake, there is a bungalow, or more appropriately called the home dock. Built of wood and located above the water. Between building and road connected with a bridge that is also made of wood.

In the building fishing activities carry out. But the most crowded time is holiday. There are several fish such as gold fish, indigo, freshwater fish, and catfish.

Indeed, Balang Tonjong Lake area was a simple place . But the Government of Makassar City has set this lake area as tourism place because of its potential as a natural tourism object.

Balang Tonjong Lake is accessible with the city transportation or taxi. With public transport, depart to Perumnas Antang. The Bungalow located on the side of Perumnas Antang Street.


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