West Sulawesi, Waterfall Liawan, Mamasa

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West Sulawesi, Waterfall Liawan, Mamasa

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Waterfall-Liawan-Mamasa---West-Sulawesi

Waterfall Liawan in Mamasa district, West Sulawesi, From a distance you’ll look like a white stream that continues to flow splitting green trees around it, making you immediately rushed as if impatient to feel the freshness and coolness Liawan waterfall.

And really, once you arrive in front of a waterfall that was big and broad, then the sparks hit the waterfalls and rock underneath the lake, providing a splash of freshness for you. There can be satisfied simply swimming or bathing, enjoying the freshness of the water. Or you want to try cliff diving from the top of waterfalls, rapids menghujam penetrate water collection underneath.

Location Liawan around the waterfall is not just to enjoy the waterfall. You also can enjoy a relaxing and quiet time with your family or friends, because near the waterfall there are several such buildings loom place to sit and relax, while enjoying the natural atmosphere of the green and refreshing.

If you want to stay, at this location there is also a fifth building cottages, especially if you hold a collective events such as campfires, outbound, retreat or other event that requires the recognition and friendship with nature.

So please come to Sumarorong. For information on Sumarorong air is cold enough, because it is located at an altitude of about 1,000 meters above sea level with temperatures around 17 degrees centigrade. To reach the waterfall Liawan, you only travel a distance of some 1.8 KM from the city center Sumarorong to the east, can be reached by foot or by bike. Admission to this location is Rp. 3000 / person.

To achieve this Mamasa-Sumarorong, you can use public transportation (bus / minibus / panther), can be of Mamuju, capital of West Sulawesi province, or through Makassar, South Sulawesi. The distance is almost the same, taken about 10 hours, the cost of any vehicle at around Rp. 100.000,-

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