Being the capital of the province, Palu is the gateway to any visit to the wonders of Central Sulawesi. Plan a day out to explore the cultural authenticity of Palu when you are staying at Best Western Plus Coco Palu.
Located in Cape Coral Donggala, Central Sulawesi, Tanjung Karang offers panorama of beautiful beaches as well as colorful fishes, such as clown fish and grouper. Those who likes sports, enjoy the snorkeling or scuba diving while admiring the coral reefs on the seabed.
Pusentasi stands for Puse and Tasi, which comes from Kaili’s (Central Sulawesi’s native people) language meaning the center of the ocean (puse = center, tasi=ocean). Known as sink hole, Pusentasi also features beautiful white sand beach over the sink hole where the coral reefs in a pretty good condition lies underwater.
Located in the city of Palu, the bridge was inaugurated in May 2006 by President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono. Stretched over the Gulf Talise is in the village Besusu and Lere, the bridge was the first arch bridge in Indonesia and the third in the world after Japan and France which connected the districts of East and West Palu.