Museum Balla Lompoa - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting
About Museum Balla Lompoa
Balla Lompoa Museum is a reconstruction of the royal palace of Gowa, which was established during the reign of the 31st King of Gowa in 1936. The historical objects are displayed based on the general function of each room in the museum building.
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Benteng Somba Opu
5.91km from Museum Balla Lompoa
Fort Somba Opu was a fortified commercial center of the Gowa Sultanate. The fort was the center of the Gowa Sultanate in the 16th-century until its destruction by the Dutch East India Company in 1669. The fort was reconstructed in 1990. A 9-meter cannon has been discovered in the fort, as well as other artifacts that were collected within a nearby site museum.
Trans Studio Makassar Theme Park
8.37km from Museum Balla Lompoa
Trans Studio is the indoor theme park located in Makassar, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The theme park consists of 22 features and amusement rides including Central Studio, Lost City, Magic Corner, Tsunami Island, and Cartoon City.
9.67km from Museum Balla Lompoa
Fort Rotterdam is an Old Dutch colonial fort in Makassar, overlooking the harbor. The fort was the Dutch regional military and governmental headquarters until the 1930s. It was extensively restored in the 1970s and is now a cultural and educational center, a venue for music and dance events, and a tourist destination.
33.32km from Museum Balla Lompoa
Bantimurung Waterfall is the part of Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park, in the region of Bantimurung, Maros Regency, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Bantimurung waterfall has a width of 20 meters and a height of 15 meters with hills panorama and natural waterfall cascading from the top of cliffs.
Balai Taman Nasional Bantimurung Bulusaraung
61km from Museum Balla Lompoa
Located in the Maros regency in the province of South Sulawesi, the Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park is 43,750 hectares wide and is divided into three major types of ecosystems, namely the karst ecosystems, a lowland forest ecosystem, and a lower montane forest ecosystem. Within the national park, visitors can also find a butterfly museum which houses thousands of unique and rare butterflies that have and still inhabit the area
276.29km from Museum Balla Lompoa
Kabaena or Tokotua is an island in the Flores Sea, Indonesia, off the coast of Sulawesi. Most of it is a part of Bombana Regency within Southeast Sulawesi province, although the southernmost district is administratively part of Central Buton Regency. The island's area is 900.73 km² and its total population at the 2010 Census was 35,558.
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South Sulawesi is a province in the southern peninsula of Sulawesi. The Selayar Islands archipelago to the south of Sulawesi is also part of the province.