Maros Regency is a regency of South Sulawesi province of Indonesia. It covers an area of 1,619.12 sq.km, and had a population of 319,002 at the 2010 Census and 391,774 at the Census of 2020. Almost all of the regency lies within the official metropolitan area of the city of Makassar. The capital town of the regency is Maros.
Maros Regency is famous for its karst hills and cliffs which have been referred to as “The Spectacular Karst Towers”. The Karaenta Nature Reserve, best known for the Moor macaque monkeys (Macaca maura) in the park, is located in the Cenrana district (kecamatan) in the regency. Moor macaques are endemic to Sulawesi and are considered to be endangered because the remaining numbers are believed to be limited.
more info: Maros Regency – Wikipedia