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I went here when it was raining and dark, and I could hardly see any of the exhibits inside. I had to actually use my flashlight from my phone to see. Also spoilt a little by the unrequested tour guide, who kept on explaining stuff...More
The main claim to fame for this fort is that it is one of the few remaining examples of European/Dutch architecture. The grounds are kept relatively neat, and there is a museum with some interesting artifacts. It is a point of interest in Makassar.
Apparently the best preserved Fort in Indonesia - Originally started in the 16th century - They say free entry but your wallet will run hot due to the various entry charges ie Buildings are museums with various artefacts - Need to give “donation” also on...More
Makassar is a dump. Dont go, but if you do and you want to see something i guess this is the only thing available.
The historical explanations inside the museum have been falsified and all is just sad. As a sole female traveller, do not...More
First thing first, the entry to the fort is free. You can give the guard some pennies, the number is up to you. It is a well maintained fort from colonial era near the port. You can explore bastogne, garden, fortification and many others. There...More
the fort is in the central area, near the sea/boardwalk. Its not far from the ships from memory, in any case getting around Makassar is very easy by taxi or the minivan buses which run fixed routes around town. I... More
the fort is in the central area, near the sea/boardwalk. Its not far from the ships from memory, in any case getting around Makassar is very easy by taxi or the minivan buses which run fixed routes around town. I wouldn't spend more than a day in Makassar. i liked the fort in the heat day as some rooms are air conditioned and the museums are interesting. I'm passing through again in July, but not stopping in Makassar, going north ending up in the Togeans. Transport is easy around Makassar.