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Friday, January 30, 2015

Talise beach, palu

talise beach at night
Talise beach stretches on Jl. Rajamoili and Jl. Cut Mutia Palu, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Talise beach is one of mainstay attractions the city of Palu, Central Sulawesi. The beach is located at the end of Palu Bay stretches from Palu to Donggala. From the location of this tourist stretch of the bay and the mountains look so beautiful and fascinating. Its presence near the city of Palu to make this beach often visited by tourists from outside the city of Palu and society itself.
In the evening, they came to this beach to watch the seconds sunset (sunset). While at night, they came to enjoy a variety of types of food sold along the coast. Similarly, on every Sunday morning, hundreds of visitors thronged the beach to enjoy the warm sea water and see the beauty of coral reefs and fish under the sea.

Aside from being a tourist, Talise beach is also a source of livelihood for the fisherfolk who lived around the coast. Fishing boats are moored in the bay add to the beauty of the beaches, especially at night. The lights of fishing boats are visible flickering in the dark of night.

Talise beach has many privileges. In addition to having beautiful natural scenery, the beach is perfect for sports activities, such as: swimming, wind surfing (wind surfing), water sky, diving, fishing, and so forth. Toward the afternoon, there were sights to be missed, namely the moments of a sunset (sunset) between Mount Gawalise located not far from the beach Talise. Similarly, at night, looking incredibly amazing. Visitors can witness the beauty of the lights of fishing boats moving in the middle of the bay by the ocean waves crashing, while enjoying traditional food and drink community Palu, such as sarabba (ginger ale mixed with coconut milk, brown sugar and milk), banana epek (grilled banana flavored cheese or brown sugar), fried bananas, and corn on the cob smeared with butter.

In addition, visitors can witness the beauty of IV yellow Palu Bridge stretching over the river upstream of Palu, not far from the beach Talise. Bridges are often inviting admiration for its beauty was inaugurated by the President of the Republic of Indonesia, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in May 2007.

If visitors want to find another atmosphere, not far from Talise beach, about 3 km to the west, there are attractions that are not less interesting, namely Coastal Park Ria. In Ria Park, visitors can enjoy the beauty of its surroundings and enjoy a variety of typical foods served at Palu food stalls or in restaurants, such as kaledo (beef bone soup) are eaten with cassava or rice, uvempoi (sour soup of cow bones ) are eaten with burasa (coconut milk rice wrapped in banana leaves), and uta chest (sort of chicken opor).

Therefore, this beach is located in the center of the city of Palu, the visitor will have no trouble getting a place to stay. About 1 kilometer from the site, there are a number of hotels and guest house to rest. In addition, on-site cafe grobak also available that provide a variety of traditional foods and beverages Palu community.

Access to Talise beach is very easy, because it is located in the center of Palu. Airport Palu to the location, visitors can use the four-wheeled vehicles and two-wheeler with a distance of about 4 kilometers.

Source: bestindonesiaislands.com

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