Bahuluang Village is located in Bontosikuyu District, Selayar Islands Regency, South Sulawesi. the population is about 326 people and most of the population earns a living as fishermen.
The first inhabitants of the village of Bahuluang come from the Seram tribe, Maluku Province. The name of the village of Bahuluang is taken from the name of a resident of Seram named BAHULUANG. This can be seen from the historical relics in the form of shields (lengu') and kris which are still kept by the people of Bahuluang to this day. The Bahuluang people also believe that hundreds of years ago
Bahuluang village is used as a hiding place for soldiers from the Serang tribe, this is evidenced by several old tombs found in the settlement of Bahuluang village, from one of the tombs there is the name Kapiten (Captain) Lakbak Bangkeng, namely war soldiers who are large and have large feet. large enough.
In the village of bahuluang there is also a tomb which is located on a hill to the east of the village, the tomb is Sheikh Umar Tuan Gowa from Gowa Regency, South Sulawesi who is a religious figure who spread Islam in this village