Makassar, South Sulawesi Indonesia - June 8 2021: Aerial view of Losari Beach, Makassar

Makassar

Losari Beach, Makassar

Overview

What to Expect

The capital of the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi is the largest city in the region of Eastern Indonesia and the country's fifth-largest urban center after Jakarta.

The Lifestyle

It is a city where the mass of old-town lifestyle to historical sites are combined with modern day shopping malls, hotels and highways.

The Market

Makassar has become one of the prospective locations that investors are now ogling at.

Population

2,524,321

No. of Household

507,025

Avg. House Price

$400,000,000

Average Age

24
99 dome mosque in losari beach makassar, masjid 99 kubah di pantai losari makassar

Location

Transport

Fort Rotterdam Icon 00hr 15min Icon 00hr 00min
Sultan Hasanuddin Int'l Airport Icon 00hr 30min Icon 00hr 00min

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    The Neighbourhood

    Makassar that was formerly known as Ujungpandang or Ujung Pandang is the capital of the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi. Makassar is the largest city on Sulawesi Island and the country's fifth-largest urban center after Jakarta, making it home to a diverse ethnic group. landmark in makassar street, patung ikon di jalan makassar Makassar is the gateway to the Eastern part of Indonesia, as well as the entry point to an adventurous and historic tour to the Tana Toraja highlands located around 328 km from Makassar city center, where awesome mountain scenery and the unique rituals of the Toraja people await. Up to today, Makassar is one of the cities with the highest economic growth rate in Indonesia that is becoming the backbone of the economy in South Sulawesi. Currently, there are many new houses built with modern concepts that target buyers from all segments, making the property business in Makassar the reason for the city’s skyrocketing economic growth. Panorama of Makassar City The city holds its traditional aspects alive apart from being a home to a bustling and growing city. Traditional transport option similar to a minibus, called petepete, or becak, better known here as roda tiga is still the main transportation option to go around the city.

    Area di Makassar

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