Makam Pangeran Diponegoro
Prince Diponegoro of Yogyakarta led the Java War (1825-30), but his career as a rebel leader came to a sudden halt when he was tricked...
One of the best-preserved examples of Dutch architecture in Indonesia, Fort Rotterdam continues to guard the harbour of Makassar. A...
Museum Negeri La Galigo
Inside Fort Rotterdam, Museum Negeri La Galigo has an assortment of exhibits, including rice bowls from Tana Toraja, kitchen tools,...
Housed in the old Benteng Theatre, this is the ‘in’ club in town. DJs and bands from Jakarta and expensive drinks all round, this is...
Rumah Makan Malabar
Run by a second-generation Keralan, Malabar is a little slice of the Indian subcontinent, serving up flaky naan and tender kare kambing ...
Lonely Planet review
Pelabuhan Paotere, a 15-minute becak ride north of the city centre, is where the Bugis sailing ships berth and is arguably the most atmospheric part of the city. There is usually lots of activity on the dock and in the busy fish market a few streets south.