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Tanjung Bira Beach is a White Sand in Bulukumba

Tanjung Bira Beach tourism is a white sandy beach such as flour which is located at the southern tip of Sulawesi Island, Bonto Bahari, Bulukumba, South Sulawesi (40 km from Bulukumba City or 200 km from Makassar City which takes about 3-4 hours).

Tanjung Bira is also a traditional shipbuilding house typical of South Sulawesi, you can see the shipbuilding process on the beach.

Tanjung Bira Beach

Things to do in Tanjung Bira Beach is snorkeling and diving. You can enjoy the underwater beauty in several places such as Liukang Loe Island which is located west of Tanjung Bira or Goat Island which is located close to Liukang Loe Island.

Tanjung Bira Beach Snorkeling

oh yeah, if you walking at Tanjung Bira Beach. You can go to Bira Harbor to got a picture.

Going to the port doesn’t mean crossing to the destination, right?

But if you have an idea, the Harbor can be an alternative tourist destination.

Tanjung Bira Beach

Can you see passengers lining up on the resting boat?

At Bira Harbor you can see a stranded fishing boat. Some valuable ships are also neatly lined up in another corner of the harbor.

The destination ship to Labuan Bajo also docked here.

How to get to Tanjung Bira Beach

From Hasanuddin Airport, you can use public transportation such as a taxi directly to Malengkeri Terminal. Arriving at the terminal, the journey can be continued by using the bus to Bulukumba or directly to Tanjung Bira. In Tanjung Bira, public transportation only operates until late afternoon.

If you want it simple, you can hire a travel agent.


Tanjung Bira Accommodation

Facilities in Tanjung Bira such as diving rentals, motorbike rentals and ferry ports to take tourists who want to dive on Selayar Island. Lodging is also available such as villas, Resorts, Bungalows and Hotels.


Restaurant in Bulukumba is no different from Bugis and Makassar cuisine.

The visitors can enjoy seafood or other menus.

Konro Soup

Roasted corn is a typical culinary.

When traveling from Makassar to Tana Toraja. You can visit Jenneponto to enjoy Soup Konro.

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