Bukit Kasih or Hill Of Love, is one of tourism objects in North Sulawesi. It located in 50 km to the south of Manado, precisely located in Kanonang village, Minahasa regency. Bukit kasih is a sulfuric hill that still active and having chill atmosphere. It was built in 2002 as a spiritual center where religious followers from various faiths can gather, meditate and worship side by side at the lush and misty tropical hill.
This hill is called the Hill of Love because it is where people from different religions can gather and worship their own faith symbol of religious in peaceful harmony. There are five houses of worship in here; a Catholic Church, a Christian church, a temple, a mosque and Hindu temple that built on the second peak.
At the first peak there is a 53 meter tall white cross which can be seen even from the Boulevard beach in Manado. In addition, this place is believed to be the original place of the origin of Minahasa ancestors’ tribe, Toar and Lumimuut. Their faces are carved on the hillside beneath the second peak.
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