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Coto Makassar

Coto Makassar

Soto Makassar is a traditional food of Makassar. Makassar people often call it with Coto Makassar or Coto Mangkasara. This food is made from innards cows that are boiled in a long time. Stew of beef mixed with beef is then sliced ​​and then seasoned with specially formulated spices. Coto served in a bowl and eaten with ketupat and “burasa”. Currently Coto Mangkasara has spread to...

Konro

Konro

Konro soup is a traditional Indonesian beef ribs dish from Bugis and Makassar tradition. This soup is usually made of beef and the ribs. The blackish – soupy cuisine is usually eaten with small pieces of ketupat. The color comes from the Indonesian black fruit, kluwek.

Cape of Bira

Cape of Bira

South Sulawesi has many amazing nautical beauties. One of them is Cape of Bira, located in Bulukumba, about 200 kilometers from Makassar city. The cape f Bira has many tourism object which is worthy to be visited. Start from Pasir Putih tourism areas or known as Bira Beach, Bara  Beach, until small islands outside the area, such as Liukang Loe island and Kambing island.

Garlic cracker

Garlic cracker

Garlic cracker or kerupuk bawang in Indonesian is a snack made of garlic, flour, sugar, salt, chili and various spices. This snack taste  sweet and savory. It is eaten by locals but also often given as souvenir. In Makasar this snack can be found easily in various tourist spots though the lucky ones might get a taste of a freshly fried homemade cracker.

Aluk Todolo

Aluk Todolo

Aluk Todolo is the rule and norm of life owned by Toraja tribe in South Sulawesi since a long time ago. Aluk Todolo deals with governmental systems, social systems, and religious systems. In terms of belief, Toraja people believe in one God which they called Puang Matua. Even so, the adherents of Aluk Todolo is relatively open to modernizations from outside. Source of pic: https://way4x.wordpress...