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

Museum of Makassar

A two-storey building 17th century European-style firmly stands. That is the Museum of Makassar. In this building collect 560 historical objects that was recorded Makassar from period to period.

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This building originally built as a government office in the Dutch colonialism era. After independence of Indonesian, this building ever used as a Hall of Makassar before finally moved to the Governor of Sulawesi former Building Office at Ahmad Yani Street. In 1999, the building was defined as museum by the Mayor of Makassar, Amiruddin Maula.

Museum of Makassar inaugurated on June 7, 2000. Currently, this building serves tourists and residents of Makassar which intends to history studies.(*)


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