Pantai Lorari is a kilometre-long promenade that stretches south to Masjid Amirul Mukminin, the 'floating mosque'. It's a good place to...
One of the best-preserved examples of Dutch architecture in Indonesia, Fort Rotterdam continues to guard the harbour of Makassar. A...
Climb the stairs to the upper floors where you will be rewarded with a rowdy crowd downing beers and comfort grub (the spicy chicken...
The Makassarese flock to this basic cafe with sea views for inexpensive grub, including tasty meatballs and delicious wonton soup.
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This long-running outdoor beer garden on the seafront features live bands and is popular with locals and visitors alike. It also has a pretty extensive food menu.