Pati Regency

Pati Pati is regency and the capital of the same city in Central Java province. It bounded with Java ocean in north, Rembang regency in east, Blora regency and Grobogan south, Kudus regency and Jepara in west. Most of the region in Pati is lowland. In southern part there is a series of North Limestone Mountains. In northwestern part is in the form of hills. The largest river is the River Juwana, which empties into the Juwana. There are tourism destinations in Pati that interesting to be visit, like Gunung…

Magelang Regency

Magelang Magelang regency is one of Central Java regencies, and the largest town in the Kedu Plain between Mount Merbabu and Mount Sumbing in Central Java. The capital of this regency is Mungkid city. Magelang is bounded with Temanggung regency and Semarang regency in north, Semarang regency and Boyolali regency in east, DI Yogyakarta and Purworejo regency in south, Wonosobo and Temanggung in west, and Magelang city in the middle. Magelang city is surrounded by mountains and hills such as: Mount Sindoro, Mount Sumbing. Telomoyo mountain, Mount Merbabu, Mount Merapi,…

Kudus Regency

Kudus Kudus is a regency in Central Java, located 51Km to the east of Semarang. This regency is bounded with Pati regency in east, Grobogan regency and Demak regency in south, and Jepara regency in west. Kudus is the smallest regency in Central Java with a total area reaches 42,516 hectares which is divided into 9 sub-districts. The city of Kudus was something of an important Islamic holy city in the sixteenth century. Nowadays, Kudus also famous with ‘Kota Santri’ or the city of Islamic Students. Sunan Kudus, was one…

Klaten Regency

Klaten Klaten, is other regency in Central Java province with the capital of the same city. It is bounded with Boyolali regency in north, Sukoharjo in east, and DIY Yogyakarta in south and west. In particular, the biggest Hindu temple, Prambanan temple, is located in this regency. The land in Klaten is mostly in the form of lowland and undulating. The northwestern part is in the form of mountain, which is part of Mount Merapi. The capital district is located on the main route Solo-Yogyakarta. Dated back to the early…

Kebumen Regency

Kebumen Kebumen is a regency in Central Java province, the capital city is Kebumen city. Date back to the history, the name of Kebumen is derive from the name Kebumian, which means the place of Kyai Bumi after become the shelter place of Bumidirja prince or Mangkubumi prince from Mataram on June 26 1677 on the order of Sunan Amangkurat I. Long before that period, this regency was noted in national historical map as a patriotic mainstream on the attack of Mataram soldier in the order of Sultan Agung against…

Karanganyar Regency

Karanganyar Karanganyar is one of regencies in Central Java province, 14Km from east of Surakarta, and bounded with Sragen regency in north, Ngawi regency and Magetan regency (East Java) in east, Wonogiri regency in south and Boyolali regency, Surakarta and Sukoharjo regency in west. It has capital with the same city. Karanganyar has some potential tourism destination based on historical destination and tourism destination. Karanganyar is a home of the Mangadeg hill (also known as Truloroyo) Mangkunegaran royal burial complex built upon a small mountain. In the immediate vicinity are…

Jepara, Between Kartini and Modernization Nowadays

Jepara Jepara is one or regencies in Central Java. It has been known for the best furniture manufacturer that mostly produce the best qualify furniture to be exported abroad. The town is renowned its furniture industry. The production of teak furniture, employs approximately 80,000 people in the town, working in a large number of mainly small workshops. Jepara is bounded with Java ocean in west and north, Pati regency and Kudus in east, and Demak regency in south. The area of Jepara include Karimunjawa islands which lies in Java ocean.…

Demak Regency

Demak Demak is one of the regencies in Central Java province, it bordered by Jepara regency and Java Sea to the north, Kudus and Grobogan regency to the east, Grobogan and Semarang regency to the south and Semarang city to the west. Demak Regency has 34.1 km long beach, stretching in 13 villages, with a land surface elevation from sea level, Demak regency located ranging from 0 M to 100 M. There some tourism destination in Demak, like, Morosari beach, Tirto Samudro Bandengan beach, Kartini beach and many more. The…

Brebes Regency

Brebes Brebes is a regency in the northwestern part of Central Java province in Indonesia. The capital is Brebes. Brebes is best known for its shalot and Salted duck egg or Telur Asin, and gains the title of Kota Telur Asin in Indonesia (Salted egg City), salted egg sold aside Jalur Pantai Utara. Another popular cuisine is Sate Blengong and Peuyeum Ketan from Salem, one of 17 Sub-District in Brebes. Brebes people are mostly using Javanese language in daily spoken, it usually called the Java Language Brebes. But there is…

Boyolali Regency

Boyolali Boyolali, is one of regencies in Central Java with the capital of the same city. Located in 25 Km on western Surakarta. This regency is bounded with Grobogan regency in north, Sragen regency, Karanganyar regency and Surakarta in east. Klaten regency in south, Magelang regency and Semarang regency in west. Boyolali is known as the city of milk, because it is one of the largest centers of fresh cow milk producer in Central Java. The dairy cattle are generally located in the south and highland cold valve, because the…