Wonogiri Regency

Wonogiri Wonogiri is one of regencies in Central Java province, with the capital of the same city. Administratively, Wonogiri is located in Southeast of Central Java province. It is bounded with Karanganyar regency and Sukoharjo regency in north, in south is bounded with South shore beach, Wonosari in Jogjakarta province in west, in east is directly bounded with East Java, which is Ponorogo regency and Pacitan regency. Most of Wonogiri’s area is rocky and hilly due to its location on the Sewu highlands. Since these highlands are of the karst…

Tegal Regency

Tegal Tegal is one of 35 regencies and towns in Central Java province. The capital is Slawi, which is located in 14 Km aside from Tegal city. This regency is bounded with Java ocean and Tegal city in north, Pemalang regency in east, Brebes regency and Banyumas regency in south and Brebes and Tegal regency in west. Tegal regency is one of the busiest districts in Central Java. Especially around the town of Tegal or along the highway of Tegal-Slawi. In everyday life Tegal people are using Java Banyumasan Language…

Rembang Regency

Rembang Rembang is one of regencies in Central Java. Rembang Regency is situated on the northeast coast of Central Java Province. The Regency is crossed by the North Coast inter-province main road. Rembang Regency is a lowland, with a maximum elevation of about 70 M above sea level. It bounded with Rembang bay or Java ocean in north, Tuban regency, East Java in east, Blora regency in south and Pati regency in west. Rembang regency is having direct border with East Java province, it becomes the gate to the east…

Purworejo Regency

Purworejo Purworejo is one of regencies in Central Java with the capital of Purworejo city. This regency is bounded with Wonosobo regency and Magelang regency in north, Kulon Progo or Yogyakarta in east, Indian Ocean in south, and Kebumen regency in west. The south region in Purworejo district is lowland. The northern part is mountainous, which is part of the Serayu Mountains. At the border with Yogyakarta Special Region there is Menoreh Mountains. The economic activity in this regency is depend on agriculture, including rice, maize, cassava and other crops…

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…

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…

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…