Sulawesi Surprise!: Dinner in Makassar
If you are flying to Makassar, just look for the plane flying to Ujung Pandang. Ujung Pandang refers to a precolonial fort in Makassar. The city has been known formally as Ujung Pandang from 1971 to 1999. Nowadays, the two names are often used interchangeably and that was why we spent some effort locating the check-in counter at the LCCT airport in Kuala Lumpur. Our plane was scheduled to fly at 4.50 pm and at 8.20 pm, we were there at Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport. A local guide picked us up and very soon, we were traveling in a bus to Losari Beach Inn, the hotel where we would put up the night, but not before tucking in a sumptuous Indonesian dinner at a nearby restaurant... 3
Have your pick of an Indonesian dish...
Traveling Tip: Eat well!