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Cruises visiting Makassar & all Makassar cruises for  2019

View Makassar 2019 cruises for 2 ships listing 7 cruises from Makassar with today's best deals!

Makassar (Ujung Pandang) is the provincial capital of South Sulawesi, Indonesia. It is the largest city on Sulawesi Island (population 2,000,000), on the SW coast facing Makassar Strait. Historically famous for its free trade policy and of course the production of oil, it is perhaps now also very well known for Karebosi Link, the first ever underground shopping mall in Indonesia, as well as Trans Kala, the third largest indoor theme park in the world. There are also, situated on or near the waterfront, some fascinating sites that are well worth visiting.

Historically, from the 16th C the city’s trade in spices was dominated by Portuguese then Dutch colonial powers. The city contained a mix of Chinese, Malays, Arabs and Buddhists, trading in copra, rattan, Pearls, trepang, sandalwood, Makassar oil (men’s hairdressing) and Makassar ebony. In recent times Japanese war occupation was replaced by Indonesian independent government. Today business, tourist and communication services are key. Remaining from Dutch times is Fort Rotterdam - one of the best preserved Dutch buildings in Indonesia - built in 1667, and that now houses a museum.

Visit Museum Kota, and the small cemetery on Jl Diponegoro that has grave sites of historical interest. Another feature is the Masjid (mosque) Raya Makassar. South of Makassar are found the remains of the old Gowa kingdom, and the nearby Pelantikan Stone where the kings of Gowa were crowned. Further south is the former royal residence - now the Ballalompoa Museum - while Losari Beach, renowned for its beautiful sunsets, is a great place to meet the local people, and to see its floating mosque. The Bantimurung - Bulusaraung National Park well-known karst area, famous for the remarkable collection of butterflies in the local area, is nearby to Makassar (around 40 km to the north).

Cruises visiting Makassar in 2019

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Date Route Cruise Ports From $/Day

19

JAN

Maasdam cruises

20

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises
East Indies & Coral Seas Cruise
aboard Maasdam

Sailing

N/A

19

JAN

Maasdam cruises

36

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises
Southern Ocean & East Indies Holiday Cruise
aboard Maasdam

Sailing

N/A

19

JAN

Maasdam cruises

40

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises
East Indies & Coral Seas & Indian Ocean Voyager Cruise
aboard Maasdam

Sailing

N/A

15

MAR

Maasdam cruises

21

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises

$2,948

$140

15

MAR

Maasdam cruises

38

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises

$4,899

$129

15

MAR

Maasdam cruises

41

NIGHTS

Maasdam cruises

$4,998

$122

29

DEC

Sun Princess cruises

15

NIGHTS

Sun Princess cruises Up to $300 OBC

$2,761

$184

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