Pantai Panrang Luhu

South Sulawesi

Pantai Panrang Luhu is a coconut-fringed affair north of the ferry pier in Bira village. Pinisi ship builders operate under the cliffs on the north end, while a few guesthouses in the middle have liberated a 100m section of white sand beach from under the alarming piles of rubbish that plague this side of the cape.

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