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Sulawesi Island is located between Borneo and the Maluku Islands, and offers a magnificent array of natural attractions. The island is known for its unusual shape and the numerous active volcanoes that form its unique landscape. An island less travelled, it is a popular destination for more adventurous tourists or those wishing to escape the beach crowds of Bali and see first-hand traditional art, pottery, dances, and natural tropics.
Bunaken Sea Garden
Visit the huge, fascinating Marine national park, one of the top ten snorkelling sites in the world. Over 13 living reefs are just waiting to be explored, along with 3,000 species of fish. There are over 20 different dive spots which suit all types of divers, from beginner to professional. For a relaxing stay in the area the Bunaken Sea Garden Resort is right in the middle of the national park and can help you arrange tours and day trips.
Makassar is the largest city on Sulawesi Island and is home to over 1 million people and many different languages and ethnicities. Go to Somba Opu Street for souvenirs and traditional fares. Explore the ancient Chinese temples at Jl. Serui and Jl. Sulawesi Streets. Make the journey to nearby Samalona Island for a beautiful diving spot or to the Trans Studio World Indoor Theme Park for family fun. The Bugis Water Park is one of the largest of its kind in Indonesia and a great escape from the heat.