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    Malino Highland, Makassar

    Malino is a tourism place that situated on a plateau and it offers a typical of highland with mountain panorama. This area is located about 90 km from Makassar city center. During the journey to Malino, you will pass through a pine forest scenery and beautiful limestone range.
    Malino is located at an altitude of 1,050 meters above sea level. The temperatures here is range between 10-26 degrees Celsius, do not forget to bring your jacket and warm clothes to avoid being freezing. This area has been known since the Dutch era and used as their favorite tourist spots.

    Here, there are many beautiful waterfalls such as Air Terjun Seribu Tangga or thousand stairs waterfall and Takapala Waterfall. In addition, there is also a tea garden, blue valleys and Japanese bunkers heritage.
    Malino Highland is located in Tinggimoncong District, Gowa regency, and it located approximately 80 km from the city of Makassar and it takes 3 hour drive.

    At an altitude of 1,200 above sea level, this highland is settle at an area of 200 hectares stretching to the garden tea plantations and lush green that makes it a favorite place for visitors who like photography or those who like to enjoy the natural scenery from a height. The all-green nuance in mountainous areas and hilly land becomes the main attraction for visitors.

    The entrance fee for Malino Highland is about Rp.50.000 to Rp. 25.000 for adults and children. With the ticket, the visitors can enjoy the charm of green tea gardens with cool and refreshing air, and the scent of tea leaves that thriving; do not missed visiting waterfalls and mini zoo, this will fun for your children.







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  2. #2
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    Once the favorite hideaway for Dutch, colonial settlers, the Malino Highlands still attract visitors from around the region for a refreshing, relaxing break. Waterfalls and plantations aplenty, a natural retreat awaits within a short drive from Makassar.


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