The Hill of Love, also known as Bukit Kasih, is one of the well known tourist attractions in North Sulawesi, located in the Kanonang Village in the Minahasa regency. The active sulphuric hill was built in 2002 as a centre of spirituality where followers of various faiths could gather and have their own private sessions. The name, Hill of Love, came about because of its significance as a harmonious place of worship for different religions.
The venue is home to five houses of worship: a Christian church, a Catholic church, a Hindu temple, a mosque and a local temple which attracts heaps of locals and tourists alike. The hill has a 53-meter tall white cross at the peak which is visible from the Boulevard Beach in Manado. To add to its history, the venue has the faces of Toar and Lumimuut carved on the hillside under the second peak, as the hill is known to be the place of origin of the Minahasan ancestral tribe.
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