People may say airports in Indonesia are old-school and old-fashioned. But there is Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport in Makassar, the capital of South Sulawesi, Indonesia which shows a modern look.
Internationally coded as UPG, Sultan Hasanuddin International Airport serves flights as main-hub for eastern Indonesia. It is built by Indonesian engineers and designed by Indonesian architects. It shows good compromise among the function as airport, tropical climate and traditional South Sulawesi visualization.
I always enjoy my transit here. It is very easy to find shooting spots. I wish more Indonesian airports were built with similar compromises as this airport has.
All pictures in this post were taken by BlackBerry 9700 and post-processed in Molome.
Visiting Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) Malaysia gives me time to enjoy lines and shapes in its architecture. Come early to KLIA and make some shots with my BlackBerry camera is worth a spend of time.