Makassar Historical Tour 3 Days 2 Nights
Day 01. Transfer-In (D)
Your dinner will be served at local restaurant
Pantai Gapura Hotel
Jl. Pasar Ikan No. 10, Makassar, South Sulawesi
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Day 02. Makassar Full Day Tour (BLD)
07.00 – 08.00
Your breakfast will be served at hotel
08.00 – 08.15
08.15 – 09.30
Fort Fort Rotterdam is building remnants of history which is very significant for the people of Makassar. This fort is a symbol of the tenacity of the people against the power of the Company Makassar in the Netherlands. At first fort was built by Sultan Daeng Bonto Karaeng (Raja Gowa-Tallo to IX) in 1545. Fortress also often referred to as Fortress Panyyua which means turtle. This is caused by the shape of the building structure fortress-shaped when viewed from above the turtle. Turtle itself is a symbol of the Kingdom of Gowa-Tallo that has a meaning that Gowa-Tallo is a big country victorious on land and at sea. It is said here is often carried out massacres, so there are many bodies Dutch in it. Many communities also have claimed to see apparitions at some point in this Fort Rotterdam. Whether it’s a ghost that looked like the Dutch in antiquity. As well as other ghosts. But, in addition to all the Fort Fort Rotterdam remains crowded by visitors who are curious about this place. This fortress has become a tourist spot in Makassar, because of the uniqueness of the building is still going strong Dutch shades. In Fort Rotterdm also you can visit Lagaligo Museum for see and know about hystorical Makassar people in the past.
09.30 – 10.00
10.00 – 10.30
Pangeran Diponegoro is one of Indonesian independence fighters, he was arrested and imprisoned by the Dutch and then exiled in Makassar.
10.30 – 12.00
12.00 – 12.30
Balla Lompoa Museum is a house on stilts from the palace of Gowa Kingdom which was founded in the reign of King of Gowa-31, Imangngi Mangngi Matutu Daeng, in 1936. The building stands firmly between the roar of the city Sungguminasa, Gowa-district neighbors in the south of Makassar. Seventy years is not a short time for all the history he has witnessed. In the language of Makassar, Balla Lompoa means a big house or house of greatness. The architecture of the museum is shaped typical Bugis houses, ie houses on stilts, with a ladder as high as more than two feet to get into the patio space. The entire building is made of ironwood or ironwood. The building is located in a one-hectare complex is bordered by high concrete wall. The majority of buildings are made of ironwood is now a museum which became the collection of objects Kingdom of Gowa.
12.30 – 12.45
12.45 – 13.45
13.45 – 14.00
14.00 – 14.30
Sultan Hasanudin (1629-1690) is Gowa King that spent all of his life to against the Dutch colonization. This graveyard is located at Gowa Kings complex. He was famous for his exceptional bravery in his struggle against colonial encroachment in South Sulawesi. His tomb and those of other kings of Gowa are located in a secluded cemetery not far from Sungguminasa. The huge crypts are gray with age and just outside the walls of the cemetery, a small fenced-off plot contains the Tomanurung stone on which the kings of Gowa were crowned in a show of pomp and splendor. Not far from the tombs is the oldest mosque in the area, built in 1603.
14.30 – 14.40
14.40 – 15.10
Katangka Old Mosque is the oldest mosque built in the 16th century, by the Sultan of Gowa Imangngerangi Daeng Manrabia Alauddin (Sultan Alauddin), which is the first King of Gowa Gowa who embraced Islam.
15.10 – 16.30
16.30 – 17.00
Paotere is the harbor in the north of Makassar where traditional Buginese sailing boats (Phinisi) load and unload their cargo. It is fascinating to see the boat workers running across narrow wooden planks from the dock to the boats carrying unbelievably large loads. The Phinisi have been motorised and the number length of the masts have been reduced, but these boats still make attractive subjects for photography.
17.00 – 17.30
17.30 – 19.00
Losari is right in the heart of the city of Makassar, on Jalan Penghibur, which is located to the west of the city of Makassar, South Sulawesi. Losari is an icon of the city of Makassar. First, beaches are approximately one kilometer beach was once dubbed as the world’s longest dining table, because the tent stalls lined the shore embankment. Now, these stalls have been relocated to a place not far from the tourist area. Makassar City Government has beautify beaches by making the bridge area of 100 thousand square meters, making it look more beautiful, clean, pollution-free and comfortable place to visit. Losari is typical icon Makassar which is one of the popular in Indonesia, situated overlooking the sea off is the most popular attractions South Sulawesi. The area beaches are flanked the location is very strategic straits and artificial platforms, buildings, five-star hotel, restaurant, cafes and a variety of places to shop. In general, the beach is often an attractive option, especially for the newcomers. At Somba Opu Street, not far from the attractions, there are shopping gold crafts and souvenirs typical of Makassar. Beside that, you can enjoying Pisang Epe, one culinary in Makassar and Sarabbah, one traditional drink in Makassar.
19.00 – 19.15
19.15 – 20.15
20.15 – 20.30
Day 03. Transfer-Out (B)
07.30 – 08.30
Your breakfast will be served at Resort
08.30 – 09.00
09.00 – 10.00
End of Service
Hotel/ Accommodation used during the tour
Pantai Gapura Hotel Makassar * (2N)
– Accommodations Deluxe/Double/Twin share at specified hotel or its similar class including daily breakfast
– Tours and entrance fees for all of the sites the group attends together, as listed in the Itinerary
– Travel throughout by air-conditioned private car with fully licensed driver
– English Speaking Guide during the tour
– 2x Lunch
– 2x Dinner
– Specified accommodations and meals for the driver and tour guide
– Bottled drinking water during the tour
– Tour production by PT Lintang Buana Wisata Nusantara
– Airfare & airport tax, travel insurance
– Personal expenses, camera fees, additional meals, and/or optional tours
– Tipping or gratitude for driver/guide