Makassar City is known as a center for seafood and grilled fish at night because some vendors only operate at night, and are said to be the longest stalls in the world because the losari tent stalls are located along the coast, which is about one km long.
While in another corner we can also enjoy the beauty of the floating mosque building, the Amirul Mu’minin Mosque which is located not far from the Makassar Mayor’s Office.
The more late at night, the more crowded the atmosphere.
Travelers who come from out of town or from abroad will almost certainly take the time to come and enjoy the sunset on Losari Beach.
How to go to Losari Beach
All flights from Jakarta, Bandung and others will land at Hasanuddin Airport and take about an hour by motorcycle or taxi to reach your destination. If from the port of Soekarno-Hatta it only takes about 10 minutes to Losari Beach, Makassar.
For tourists who come from outside Makassar, around Losari beach there are already many hotels and inns available.
For backpackers, cheap Losari beach hotels are also widely available. along Losari Beach there is a spot for free internet access without having to enter and pay.
To enter the Losari beach tour, tourists are not charged a penny. Visitors only need to pay parking, toilet and more.
Makassar is famous for its banana culinary preparations, one of which is a banana epe made from half-cooked bananas and roasted on a stove fire.
Characteristics are ways of processing clamped between two letters. In Makassar, mepe means flops.
Banana epe is served on a plate with thick sauce or milk and tastes crispy and sweet. But it’s more yummy if it’s burned.
Banana Epe Sauce is made from a mixture of water, coconut milk, brown sugar, and pandan leaves which are boiled until thick and cooked.
Banana epe also gets a touch of modification, and varies with different flavors. Among them, chocolate, cheese, strawberries, beans, coconut, or durian. It depends on taste.
This will feel more special when you enjoy Losari Beach while sitting facing the sea and the wind blows.
If you need a touch of warmth, you can order a cup of coffee, milk or sarabba.