Makassar is the capital city of South Sulawesi province on the Sulawesi Island. It is a trading hub city connecting the western part and the eastern part of Indonesia. It is also a gateway to the rich culture of southern part of Sulawesi, particularly those wishing to visit Tana Toraja.

Port of Makassar, also known as Port of Soekarno-Hatta, is a seaport in Makassar, a. It has the highest passenger traffic among Indonesian ports and the largest cargo traffic in Sulawesi. It is considered a primary port by the Indonesian

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5º07´29.1” S 119º24´27.9"E Port Code IDMAK
GMT + 8 Cruise and Cargo 1.500 Passengers
Anchorage
5º07´25.0”S  119º22´20.0"E
Average depth of water is 18mLWS
 
CHANNEL

Length: 40km
Width: 150m
Bottom of Sea: Sand/Clay

Min. Depth: 10m
Max. Depth: 16m
BERTH
2 (Two)
The entrance channel of Makassar Port is 2nm long and 200m wide with a minimum depth of 14m00 LWS
  • Sukarno Pier
    1. Length: 1,360 m
    2. Depth: 9m
  • Hatta Pier
    1. Length: 850m
    2. Depth: 12m
TURNING
BASIN
Area: 1520ha
Min. Depth: 9.7m
Max. Depth: 16m
Max. Depth beside Wharf: 10m
Pilotage
Compulsory for vessels more than 500 GT in gross volumes. Notice for ETA and request for a pilot must be made 4 hours in advance by calling Makassar Coast Radio Station on Ch. 12 VHF or raising “G” flag. Pilot boats operated by the company are:
MPC Lae-lae: 2x300 hp
MPS 029: 2x 125 hp
MPI 029: 1x385 hp
 
CLOSEST Sultan Hasannudin International Airport (UPG) / ( 18 Km)
CLOSEST Makassar ( city center – 8 Km )
HOSPITAL Dr. Wahidin Sudirohusodo General Hospital Hospital (14 Km)
Siloam Hospital - (5 Km)
AwalBros Hospital (- (5 Km)
220 V
Rupiah (IDR)

For most current and prevailing Tariff for Port of Soekarno Hatta – Makassar, please contact:   

PELINDO IV
Website : www.inaport4.co.id
Email : humas@inaport4.co.id

The most recent government regulation of Port Tariff issued by the Ministry of Transportation, Republic of Indonesia can be viewed here

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Places of Interest Around Soekarno Hatta


Makassar is known as the gateway to the eastern part of Indonesia and the entry point to an adventurous tour to Tanjung Bira, Selayar, Tana Toraja highlands, and other tourist destinations in South Sulawesi. Offering tours of culture, heritage, and picturesque stretches of landscapes as far as the eyes can see, visitors coming from the Port Makassar will find many choices of tourist attractions.

Losari

(11 minutes by car)
Losari beach sits on the western side of the city as one of the most famous beaches in the area. A main recreational hub for residents and tourists alike, this beach is never short of visitors all year round. Easily accessible from the Port Makassar.

Akkarena

(9.9 Km)
This family-friendly beach is filled with Mediterranean-styled building serving visitors with all manners of cuisine that fits every palate. On the coastlines, visitors can find piers that were built for recreational purposes.

Tanjung Bira Beach

(22 minutes by car)
With beautiful sandy beaches and clear blue waters, Tanjung Bira is a must visit for beachgoers. Visitors find no shortage of company in Tanjung Bira due to its visitors coming from both international countries and local tourists.

Fort Rotterdam

(11 minutes by car)
Built on the complex of Fort Ujung Pandang, this historical building is the center of the city development. It was built in the 17th century during the Dutch occupation and was the center for spice trade at the time.

Trans Studio Makassar

(18 minutes by car)
This theme park is a fresh change of scenery from the beautiful nature of Makassar. The theme park offers fun rides that are suitable for visitors of all ages.

Kampili Dam

(51 minutes by car)
Dubbed as the Grand Canyon of Makassar, Kampili boasts a stunning rock formation of various forms and levels within a water dam. Aside from its beauty, it is also an important part of flood control in the area.

Malino Tea Plantation

(2 hours 30 minutes by car)
Malino Tea Plantation sits on the highlands of Mount Malino, this hill resort boasts a sprawling tea plantation, as well as a menagerie, cafe, and mini zoo overlooking the magnificent clouds in the cool breeze. Due to the distance and travel time, visitors may not have much time exploring the area. Please contact your tour operator on whether this trip is feasible.

Somba Opu Street

(10 minutes by car)
Walk along this characterful street full of decades-old stores that sell all kinds of local souvenirs. From men’s caps, traditional Toraja woven sarongs, and the wooden little Toraja dolls. This area is also the biggest site for gold trades in South Sulawesi.

Sop Konro Karebosi

(8 minutes by car)
Taste the signature Makassar dish sop konro, a tasty soup made out of beef ribs and is typically eaten with rice dumplings or rice cake. This particular establishment has gained popularity among foodies over the years and has opened various branches in major cities in Indonesia.

Coto Nusantara

(11 minutes by car)
Not to be confused with soto, this signature local dish has a strong flavor of ground peanuts and spices in its traditional beef and offal stew. It is said that the dish takes 40 kinds of different spices to get that scrumptious results.
PELINDO IV - Makassar Port, South Sulawesi

Jl Soekarno No. 1, Makassar 90173 , Sulawesi Selatan - Indonesia

Phone : +62 411 316549, +62 411 319046
Fax : +62 411 313513

Kantor Otoritas Pelabuhan Makassar

Jl. Talasalapang II, Karunrung, Rappocini, Makassar 90221, Sulawesi Selatan

Badan Keamanan Laut Republik Indonesia (BAKAMLA)

Kantor Pusat: Jl. Proklamasi No.56, RT.10/RW.2, Pegangsaan, Menteng, Jakarta 10320

Pusat Hidrografi dan Oceanografi TNI Angkatan Laut (PUSHIDROSAL)

Jln. Pantai Kuta V/1 Ancol Timur, Jakarta Utara - Indonesia

Directorate General of Sea Transportation, Ministry of Transportation (HUBLA)

Directorate General of Sea Transportation is part of the Ministry of Transportation of Republic of Indonesia and has a primary task in formulating and executing technical policies and standardization of sea transportation in Indonesia.

Jalan Medan Merdeka Barat No.8, Gambir, Jakarta 10110, Indonesia

Andhika GAC Indonesia (Shipping Agent)

Wisma Staco, 2nd Floor, Suite 201, Jl. Casablanca Kav. 18, Jakarta 12870, Indonesia.

Phone : +62 811 9700083

CV. Esterlita Marine Supply

Address: Jl. Tanjung Pinang No. 20, Tanjung Perak, Surabaya, East Java, Indonesia

Phone : +62 31 3557 937

PT. Gemilang Utama

(Maritime Services & Supplies, Ship Repair, Ship Chandler & Husbandry, Food Supply)

Address: Komplek Pergudangan Karingau Trade Center No. 16, Jl. AMD Projakal, Balikpapan, East Kalimantan, Indonesia 76126

Phone : +62 21 5366 0349

PT. Samudera Indonesia Tbk

(Ship Chandler and Husbandry, Ship Agency)

Address: Jl. Sungai Saddang No. 82, Makassar 90142, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

Phone : +62 411 854844

United Marine Indonesia

(Maritime Services & Supplies, Ship Chandler & Husbandry)

Jl. Bulak Rukem Timur 2J No. 5, Surabaya 14240, East Java, Indonesia

Phone: +62 31 999 24123
Mobile: +62 819 9959 3557

Duta Tour Jumantara

Address : Jl. Sulawesi No. 249-251, Melayu Baru, Makassar 90164, South Sulawesi,Indonesia

Phone: +62 411 362 1838, +62 411 361 6199

Limbunan Tour & Travel Service

Address: Jl. G. Bawakaraeng No. 40-42, Makassar 90157,   South Sulawesi Indonesia

Phone : +62 411 315 010

PT. Mitra Selaras Tour & Travel

Address : Jl. Nusantara No. 134, Makassar 90173, South Sulawesi, Indonesia

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