Interesting Purbalingga

Purbalingga Purbalingga regency, with the capital of Purbalingga city, is one of regencies in Central Java Province. This regency is bounded with Pemalang regency in north, Banjarnegara regency in east and south, and Banyumas regency in west. Purbalingga regency is divided into 18 sub-districts and being subdivided into villages and hamlets. The governmental center is located in Purbalingga sub-district. In Purbalingga there are many industries producing raw materials to be used as an eyelashes or also wig and a bun or a hair piece that additional hair provided. Another specialty…

Pemalang Regency

Pemalang Another regency in Central Java is Pemalang, having the capital with the same name. Pemalang is bounded with Java Ocean in north, Pekalongan regency in east, Purbalingga in south and Tegal regency in west. Like the larger cities of Tegal, to its west, and Pekalongan, to the east, Pemalang was dominated in the nineteenth century by sugar production. The area was known for its fertile soil, which had made it to be rich rice-growing region. By the end of the nineteenth century the coastal plain, the most fertile part…

Pekalongan Regency

Pekalongan Pekalongan regency is one of Central Java regencies with the capital city of Kajen. This regency is bounded with Java Ocean and Pekalongan city in north, Batang regency in east, Banjarnegara in south, and Pemalang regency in west. The history of Pekalongan dated back to the early 12th century. A book written in 1178 by a Song dynasty official already had record of Pekalongan, then known to Chinese merchants as “Pukalong”, it was then a seaport of Java(then known as Dvapa); the king of Java lived at Pukalong, knotted…