Sunday, January 31, 2010

Keke Kodinggareng Island,Makassar,South Sulawesi,Indonesia

Keke Kodingareng Island is an island in the archipelago Spermonde which is in the administration of Makassar. Island with an area of about 500 square meters is now known as a fishing village and island tours. Earlier this island called Pulau Sapola.

The name comes from Sapola Mandar fishermen who often menyinggahinya and make it as temporary haven. Said Sapola Mandar language means a house or place of stopover.

Keke Kodingareng Island can be reached from the island by boat Kodingareng the Makassar society called "jolloroq" for 15 minutes.

All around the island's only marine biota can be found, such as coral reefs and other marine species. Perhaps because of this reason that in ancient times the island was not inhabited, because none of the perennials on the land.

Now, about a thousand heads of families now inhabit the island which is about 13 km from Makassar is. As an island tour, people who visited the island to see the beauty of white sand lined with trees on the beach.

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