The agreement was reached when the three figures visited the city of Malino, some 90 kilometers from the Makassar city center, on Sunday.
According to the dignitaries, the Malino City will be divided into the Asian, American, African, and European Australian zones.
All the zones will be developed according to the distinctive features of the floral and plant species of each continent.
Malino is considered strategic to be developed, as it has several attractions, ranging from the cool climatic conditions to its historic significance for always being the location for holding peace talks.
In addition, Malino has various tourist destinations and supporting infrastructure that is ready to be developed into tourist destinations aimed at attracting local and international tourists.
While travelling from Makassar City to Malino, visitors will be able to witness a pine forest scenery and beautiful limestone range.
Situated at an altitude of 1,050 meters above sea level, the temperature in Malino varies between 10 and 26 degrees Celsius, and hence, the visitors are recommended to bring along jackets and warm clothing.
Malino has several scenic waterfalls, such as the Air Terjun Seribu Tangga, or the thousand stairs waterfall, and Takapala Waterfall.
In addition, Malino offers a tea garden, blue valleys, and Japanese bunkers.
During the working visit to Malino on Sunday, the vice president, South Sulawesi governor, and Malino district head held a meeting to discuss the development of Malino`s tourism.