The purpose of this research are to observe description of social economic of coastal community in Makassar Manucipality, Galesong Region in Gowa District and Takalar District and also Bira, Tana Beru and Kajang in Bulukumba District. Research method using at this research is research method description with collecting data through field work and interviews. Somba Opu Bastiong is inheritancing history of Gowa-Tallo Empire at the Gowa District while Fort Rotterdam or Ujung Pandang and also called Pannyua Bastiong is locating at Makassar Manucipality. Balla Lompoa or Called Home Bigger is found history inheritance of this empower since several centuries ago. Galesong is region as an administrative including to Gowa District and Takalar district which its inhabitants are working as a farmer and fishermen whom they are supplying food to Makassar from former times to present and using Makassarese to communicate daily. Bira, Ara, Tana Beru and also Kajang use Konjo, sub language of Makassarese to communicate as a working go to the see and building or shilling ship. Kajang inhabitants consisted of In Kajang and off Kajang whom In Kajang was still using custom and traditions rules of it who leader an ammatoa namely. He assisted several the oldest person customs and traditions who worked according its rules while Off Kajang have been changing of adaptation. They worked as a farmer and fishermen generally.