Really get the feel of a working port with boats of all sizes - boats to be used, repaired and left to the elements. Interesting area around - go there by becak a must - try to find Ali at the Fort he is a real character
Great place to watch various activities of a bustling fishing harbour where marchandise and all kind of food find their way throughout the Indonesian archipelago.
The general shipping harbour is well worth a visit just to see the amazing locally made boats (made in Sulawesi) and to watch the goods that are moved around the islands by them and how they load and unload. We watched a semi load of rice being hand loaded on gangplanks by a team of guys in double time. These... 更多
10,000Rp entrance fee. The wooden boats were beautiful and the workers were friendly and waved to us. If you appreciate old fashioned boats you will like it here. An hour is enough time to see all the boats. Unfortunately there is a lot of rubbish in the water and also on the cement walkway.
We were looking forward to seeing the harbour but we were extremely disappointed. First, the tourists have to pay 10.000rp per person. Locals pay nothing. The harbour is empty, water is full of garbage, there is no shadow, no place to sit, nothing to do. It is expensive for what you get - you get nothing and pay for the... 更多
After reading so much of the Paotere Harbor, I decided to pay a visit. To my surprise there is an entrance fees to visit the harbor. When I ask the guide about the fees ,they do not have a specific fare. Then I saw most people go in without paying and ask the guide why I need to pay? they... 更多
Watching the labourers hand load the Phinisi here, its very difficult to tell which century you are in. It appears not much has changed here. A great experience.
A small fee on entry and a short but interesting place to see. The various sizes of the boats, the work needed to maintain them left me wondering how frightening it would be in open waters. A Tip: Check with the kids if they mind their photos being taken, as they live very close to the docks, they have limited... 更多
Entrance fee was IDR10,000 per person. The road leading to the Bugis ships area where the photograph session was to take place were crowded with lorries and people. Quiet difficult to move around. Understandably they are the ships' crew and the lorries were in the midst of loading/unloading goods. The inter-island ships look unique due to their Bugis' orientation.