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Prince John Dive Resort Star Rating 3        
Tanjung Karang

With a tropical beachfront setting, this relaxed diving resort occupies a collection of bungalows, and is 3 km from downtown Donggala and 43 km from the Palu airport.Rustic thatched-roof bungalows are built on stilts, and come with modern en suite bathrooms (cold water only), porches, and beds with mosquito netting. Upgraded bungalows add hot water, ceiling fans and a beachfront location.
Cicak Senang Star Rating 1        
Liang Beach

This relaxed, all-inclusive budget resort, set in on a hill right on Liang Beach, is 4 km from Pangalisang Beach.The 5 wooden, basic bungalows feature sea views, sitting areas and en suite bathrooms with cold tap water and wash basins. All offer ceiling fans and verandas with seating.
Bunaken Cha Cha Nature Resort Star Rating 3        
Tanjung Parigi, Bunaken Island

This beachfront, relaxed dive resort is set in Bunaken National Marine Park, an area known for an abundance of marine life, and snorkeling and diving.The minimalist villas and cottages have free Wi-Fi, balconies, en suite bathrooms and open-air showers. Cottages add private verandas with seating, mosquito nets and ceiling fans.
Froggies Divers Star Rating 2        
Liang Beach - Bunaken Island

Set in gardens alongside Liang Beach, this casual resort within the Bunaken National Marine Park is 5 km from the island's ferry terminal.Perched on stilts, the cozy wood bungalows feature complimentary Wi-Fi, fans and seating areas. All have open-air bathrooms and verandas with beach views; upgraded bungalows offer air-conditioning.
Mamaling Resort Bunaken Star Rating 2        
Alungbanua

Set in a rain forest in Bunaken Marine Park, this relaxed, all-inclusive waterside resort overlooks Manado Bay and is 2.3 km from Musholla Al Aqsha mosque.The 4 woodsy-chic bungalows have forest and sea views, fans and mosquito nets, plus terraces with shabby-chic furniture.
Dabirahe at Lembeh Hills Resort Star Rating 3        
Desa Makawidey

Set amid tropical gardens and with views over the Lembeh Strait, this relaxed resort is also 10 km from the volcano Mount Tongkoko.The minimalist, airy rooms and villas have flat-screen TVs, iPod docks and tea and coffeemakers, as well as private bathrooms with sunken tubs and outdoor showers. Most have private ocean-view terraces.
Bara Beach Bungalows & Restaurant Star Rating 3        
Jl. Poros Bara, Tanjung Bira, Bulukumba

Overlooking a white sandy beach, this laid-back bungalow hotel with gardens is 10 km from Pantai Kasuso and 13 km from Pantai Apparalang cliff.The casual, palm thatched bungalows with terraces and garden views include minibars, minifridges, living areas and TVs with DVD players. Upgraded bungalows have beachfront views.
Bunaken Divers - Sea Breeze Dive Resort Star Rating 3        
Pangalisang Beach, Bunaken Island

Located in Bunaken National Marine Park, this beachfront all-inclusive resort with a dive center is 3.5 km from the nearest village.The rustic wooden bungalows (no air-conditioning or TVs) have fans, mosquito nets, and terraces with views of gardens or a reef.
Janji Laut Resort Star Rating 3        
Tanawangko, Sampelang (close to Desa Popoh)

Janji Laut Resort offers an airport shuttle (available on request) for IDR 500000 per vehicle one-way. Guests indulge in beachside massages, then grab a bite to eat at the restaurant. An outdoor pool and a bar / lounge are other highlights, and rooms offer furnished balconies and minibars.
Raja Laut Bunaken Star Rating 3        
Pangalisan Beach, Bunaken Island

Blending nicely with the countryside, Raja Laut Bunaken offers bungalows built with wood from coconut palms. Offering snorkelling and diving, the resort also has a restaurant and a tour desk. Raja Laut Bunaken is a 40-minute boat ride from Manado Harbour, which is 10-minute drive from Sam Ratulangi Airport.
 
 
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Sulawesi, an Indonesian island east of Borneo, comprises several long peninsulas radiating from a mountainous center. It's known for coral reefs and dive sites such as Bunaken National Park, the Togian Islands and Wakatobi National Park. Its largest city is Makassar, home to Fort Rotterdam, a former Dutch fort now housing 2 museums. Outside Makassar, Leang-Leang Historic Park preserves prehistoric cave paintings.