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It takes about 2 hours from Makassar. You can enjoy the fresh air, rice fields, and karst view in here.
Actually this is a prehistoric cave with super beautiful views. You can learn and explore all about it in here!
I visited this place after visiting Rammang-rammang and Bantimurung. I enjoy the breathtaking hills view and beautiful stones garden. But when I wanted to visit the prehistoric site the door was locked and no one from the park there so I couldn't enter it.
The trail leads to the prehistoric cave painting is locked so you could not enter yourself. You need to register at the entrance (opening hour: 8am-6pm) and a staff will guide you. You need to climb a big rock in order to view the painting...More
Another name would be Leang Leang.
This comprises of many caves and prehistoric evidence that some (millions?) of years ago, this place was once a bottom of the ocean (?) and in some other section there were prove of live of stone-age civilization.
Came here and saw the magnificent karst around the park. We even got the chance to enter the cave and being briefed on the Stone Age and the existence of the area. Not bad! But buying a ticket here is a chaos and complicated. No...More
Leang Leang is a karst area with prehistorical site you can visit in South Sulawesi. It takes about 1.5 hour from Makassar city center. Traffic in the city was awful but once you enter the village part you will be spoiled with beautiful nature along...More
The area was well maintained than other attractions I have visited in Indonesia. I was guided by a policeman, who was very nice, informative, and helped me to take some pictures. The scenery was beautiful and the access was quite easy (except if you want...More
Thie paintings in these caves were discovered by two Dutch researchers in 1950 (van Heeleren and Heeren-Palm). You can access the caves easily. And there is a karst stone garden at the foot of the clif.
Nice little trip, not far from the National Parc...More