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City CodeUPG
Popular Airlines
  • Singapore Airlines
  • All Nippon Airways
  • Cathay Pacific
Flight Time19~25 hours

The flight time to Makassar is approximately 19~25 hours. Find out more about the history, economy, climate and transportation options before you visit Makassar.

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Makassar (Ujung Bandhan)

The largest city on Sulawesi Island, Makassar is the capital of South Sulawesi, a province of Indonesia. Before 1999, Makassar was named Ujung Pandang after a precolonial fort located in the city. Based on a 2010 estimate, the population of Makassar has reached to more than 1.3 million citizens. From a humble trade center of spices during the 13th century, Makassar developed to be southern Sulawesi’s primary port. It involves regular local and international shipping connections. In Makassar, the warmest month is October while the coolest month is February.

Voice of Travelers to Makassar (Ujung Bandhan)

Nature tripping at Makassar

I am Ryan from Singapore. Lately, I have this craving for a nature adventure outside the country. I wanted to book a plane ticket to a place I have never been before. When I encountered Makassar, a city in Indonesia, I immediately booked a ticket to the place. I was able to get a ticket to Makassar via SilkAir. I like the services of the plane because they staff were approachable and kind. I had a safe flight going to Makassar. When I have reached Makassar, I asked locals on the path to Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park. Being hospitable, they gave me the directions. When I have reached the place, I was astounded by its sheer beauty. The forest still has lush trees, and the waterfall is just a marvel to see. I, together with other visitors, bathed on the waterfall. It was enjoyable. I got my money’s worth from the ticket I bought. I will surely book a ticket back the place.

Discovering the history of Makassar

I am Denny from Jakarta. Exploring the whole country of Indonesia has always been a dream of mine. I started going on a trip around the country two years ago, but I haven’t covered all islands yet. Lately, I planned booking a ticket to the Sulawesi to discover the place. After I have plotted out my itinerary, I booked a ticket to Makassar via Airfast Indonesia. As expected of Indonesian hospitality, the staff were very accommodating to our needs. I had a wonderful time on board. When I reached Makassar, I was lead to a museum to apparently learn more about the city. I paid an entrance ticket to be able to enter Fort Rotterdam. It is a Dutch fort built on top of an existing fort. There is a lot of history exhibited in the place. During my short stay there, I learned a lot about the city’s history. Afterwhich, I continued my tour around Makassar.

Makassar (Ujung Bandhan) Travel FAQs

Q. How do I book a ticket to Makassar?

A. Booking a ticket bound to Makassar may be accomplished in a variety of ways. First of all, you need to inquire from nearby airlines for an available ticket to Makassar. Should a plane ticket be unavailable from the airline, you may ask help from travel companies to guide you in availing of a ticket for a connecting flight to Makassar. It is also recommended to search online to check on schedules of flights to be able to know when to get a ticket to Makassar.

Q. Do I need a visa to enter Makassar?

A. You need to book yourself a ticket to Makassar before you may secure a visa to be able to fly to Indonesia. You may obtain a visa from Indonesian diplomatic missions by complying with requirements including a valid passport and a return ticket. However, if you belong to any of the 169 jurisdictions set by the Indonesian government, you may book a ticket and fly to Makassar without a visa for 30 days. Other citizens may need to book a ticket and fly to Makassar before being able to get a visa upon arrival.

Q. What are top destinations in Makassar?

A. There are a lot of attractions in Makassar to consider if you are planning to book a ticket going to the city. Being a port in the province, you may enjoy watching the sunset at Losari Beach. You may acquire an admission ticket to be able to enter historic attractions such as Fort Rotterdam and Somba Opu Sultan’s Fort. For nature savvies, you may visit the Kodingareng Island to experience several water sports. Other natural attractions in Makassar include Bantimurung Waterfall and Rammang-Rammang.

Makassar (Ujung Bandhan) - Direct Flights to Major Airports

Airports handling direct flights to Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport ・Kuala Lumpur International Airport (Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia) ・Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport (East Jakarta, Indonesia) ・Prince Mohammad bin Abdulaziz Airport (Medina, Saudi Arabia) ・Singapore Changi Airport (Changi, Singapore) etc.

Flight Routes to Makassar (Ujung Bandhan)

It is rather significant to acquaint yourself with the airline companies that let you book a ticket to Makassar. International airlines with an available ticket for a direct flight to Makassar include AirAsia, Saudia, and SilkAir. Such airlines allow you to book a ticket from the following countries: Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, and Singapore, respectively. Local airlines may also allow you to book a ticket for a direct flight to and from Makassar through airlines such as Garuda Indonesia and Lion Air. Acquainting yourself with the routes to and from Makassar is necessary so that you will be guided on when and where to book a ticket.