Sadly this place is not very well managed, but it's interesting nevertheless. The wall itself is already run down and you have to walk about 10-12 minutes from the entrance to reach it. At first I was confused where the wall/fort is because there's no clear map or signs to give you directions. There's nothing to do here apart of sightseeing, which you can finish in within 15-30 minutes. There's a lot of different traditional ethnic houses from different parts of Sulawesi but what I find weird is that there's people going in and out of the area using scooters, so the whole location seems so urban already. From the city center it took 15-20 minutes to get here by car. Not really a must visit but if you can't go to Toraja yet curious of what the infamous Toraja houses look like, you can go here to see the replica.
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