April 21, 2010

Tourists in Bira

Foreign tourists enjoy their sun bathing in the beach.

Usually in holliday seasons the beach was full by so many tourist, local or foreign, spent their precious time with their family sun bathing, swimming,sorkelling, diving or simply walk along the beach enjoy the sunlight. If you're lucky you'll find many kind of beautifull sea shell along the beach.

These pictures above were taken at the beach in front of Sapolohe Hotel.

April 19, 2010

Hotel Sapolohe

The hotel has 15 rooms available with private bathroom in each rooms, running water (hot &cold) and AC. We have 2 (two) room type, Deluxe Room and Business Room and 2 (two) kitchen, also we have small private garden in the backyard (formerly an ex mini zoo).
The designs of the hotel building was adopted the architecture of traditional Bugineese House which is made by one of the finest wood in Indonesia (called 'Bayam Wood') and has a natural garden design. It's really an ideal place to spent your holliday here with your family.

Bira Prolog

Hotel Sapolohe is a running small private hotel in Bira, Bulukumba, South Sulawesi - Indonesia (about 3.5 hours journey by car from Hasanuddin International Airport of Makassar), with enourmous potential for further development. The hotel was build in approx. land size 5000 sqm which located in front of white sandy beach of Bira, local known as Kapongkolan Beach. The beach's sand is white and has powdery texture and the seawater is clean, clear and blue. You can enjoy many activities here in Bira such as sun bathing, swiming, fishing, diving, snorkelling or just wacthing a spectacular sunset while picking the seashell. Or sometimes if you get lucky you can wacth a groups of Dolphins swim passing by the sea in front of the hotel.
FYI, Bira is known as a main gate to Taka Bonerate National Park, which is widely known as home to the 3rd biggest atoll in the world after Kwajifein in the Marshal Islands and Suvardiva in the Modiva Islands.
In Bira you can also discovered a center place for making Phinisi Boat, a traditional boat schooners from South of Sulawesi which has been saling the waters of Indonesia since early times.