PALIPPIS BEACH is located in the village of Bala, District Balanipa, Polewali Mandar , West Sulawesi, Indonesia. This beach is located on the side of public road that connects several cities in West Sulawesi province and is about 20 km from City Polewali has an attractive natural panorama. Palippis beach stretches along the three km in west of Sulawesi island. This provides flexibility for the tourists who come to the beach to play and run along the beach. The equally interesting tourists can watch the sunset on the western horizon.
Palippis beach presents a beautiful panorama sea view. The beach is located on the west side of the island of Sulawesi and dealing directly with the Javanese sea that separates the Sulawesi Island and Kalimantan Island also Java Island. Besides the beauty of the beach and ocean view, the surrounding coastal landscape temples there are no less interesting, like the bat cave and spread of the cliff. On the shore temple, there is a cliff that extends the steep cliffs that called Luwung. Expanse of rocks that directly overlooking the sea has an exotic appeal. Moreover, it stood like a wall of steep canyons, winding, steep with a height of 30-80 meters. Not far from the shoreline or on the cliffs, there is a cave inhabited by thousands of bats.
Even more fun again, tourists can see from the making of boats Sandeq typical tribal society of Mandar. The tourists can find the complete process of making a boat from the artisans in the manufacturing Sandeq boat. To get to the location, the trip can be started from the Tampa Padang Airport, located in Mamuju. From the airport, the journey continued to the City Polewali, capital city of Polewali Mandar with about one hour and 30 minutes by public transport (bus) or a car. Once on the City Polewali, then proceed to the beach using city transportation that about 20 minutes.
In Palippis Beach, many small huts can be used as a place of leisure for travelers who are tired after playing. Not far from the hostel, several bathrooms and toilets can be used to showers after swimming in the sea or after play sand. For tourists who come to the beach using a car, available parking area large enough. For eating and drinking needs, around the coast some shops provide the local traditional food menu, such as domestic poultry tarrean, jepa tarrean, songkolo tarrean, tarrean porridge, and barbecued fish.