Rammang-Rammang in South Sulawesi, its Beauty is Always Remembered

Rammang-Rammang in South Sulawesi, its Beauty is Always Remembered

Don't be fooled when you see some of the photos below. Most people will immediately think that the place is a limestone mountain in the Yunan region of China. Yes, indeed like the filming location of mandarin action films right? So remember the story of a trip to the West. But it turns out, the location is not in China but in Indonesia, precisely in Salenrang Village, Bontoa District, Maros Regency, South Sulawesi Province.

Sulawesi is becoming more beautiful because it has a cluster of limestone mountains commonly called Rammang-Rammang. The sky turned blue with ornate white clouds emblazoned like stunning natural paintings. Often when the morning or the pouring rain hits the earth, white clouds will come down blur the view but do not eliminate the beauty. That's why Rammang-rammang is always remembered by tourists who have the opportunity to visit there. The following is a complete review of Pamor and its unique charm unmatched by other places.

1. Enchantment of Rammang-Rammang

Rammang-Rammang in South Sulawesi, its Beauty is Always Remembered

The limestone mountains are like walls that protect the beauty of the Rammang-Rammang Sphere to keep it natural. In the middle of the valley flows a river that is wide enough but has a flow that is quiet drifting away. To travel there, you have prepared transportation facilities in the form of a boat.

2. Boat Trip

Rammang-Rammang in South Sulawesi, its Beauty is Always Remembered

To get to the dock you can travel to the Bosowa Cement Plant shaft road. From there, the location of the pier is not far away. The best time to come to Rammang-Rammang is in the early morning hours. Why is that? Because you can catch Sunrise, more precisely, waiting for the sun on the East horizon. Boat standby since morning, specifically for sunrise hunters. In addition, you will be more free to explore one of the largest limestone mountain parks in the world. If the afternoon is hot, not to mention if it rains the fog will drop.

There are many boats available in various sizes. If you come four, you can take the smallest boat with a rental price of around Rp. 200 thousand. While for five people or more the price can reach Rp. 300 thousand. You will be taken through the Pute River stream, looking at the stones on the edge and in the middle of the river. On its sides full of various plants.

3. The village of Berua is beautiful

Rammang-Rammang in South Sulawesi, its Beauty is Always Remembered

Once again, the flow is not heavy, so you can pass the river slowly while breathing in the mountain's fresh air. You will also pass through several caves that resemble tunnels. Natural carvings on the cave wall are like reliefs about the strength of the elements of air, wind, water and earth that collaborate to form an amazing phenomenon. If you leave during the day, don't forget to bring a hat or personal protection from the sun.

After traveling for 45 minutes, you will arrive at the main settlement of Rammang-Rammang Land, Berua Village. With the presence of local residents, the tourism potential will be even greater. Visitors not only go around enjoying the scenery, but also know the local culture which is certainly unique and distinctive. Although only inhabited by a number of family heads, Berua village was like a secretly hidden civilization behind the mountains. The most unique is the township that is in perfect harmony with the limestone mountain. Some of the residents work as farmers using stretches of rice fields to connect their breath.

Well rice fields are everywhere, but the name is Kingkong Stone. So called because it is similar to the face of an orangutan or kingkong. There are also exotic palm stone sites. You could say that Rammang-Rammang presents a fairly complete tour. With such charming beauty. No wonder if UNESCO to Heritage Site gives recognition as one of the largest karst areas in the world.

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