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10 Most Secure City in Indonesia


1. MAKASSAR

10 Most Secure City in Indonesia
Capital of: South Sulawesi Province
Coordinates:. 5 ° 8 'S 119 ° 25' E
Land area: 128.18 km ²
Population: 1.25 million

The largest city on Sulawesi Island is located in the south-western coast, facing the Makassar Strait. Makassar Losari Beach is known for having beautiful. Makassar Strait is bordered on the west, Pangkajene Islands regency in the north, to the east of Maros and Gowa in the south. Kosmopolis the city including the city, many tribes-tribes living here Makassar, Bugis, Toraja, Mandar, and a sizable Chinese community. Typical food is Coto Makassar Makassar, Maros Bread, Cake Tori ', Palabutung, Pisang Ijo, Sop brother, and Sop Konro.


2. Denpasar CITIES IN BALI

10 Most Secure City in Indonesia
Of capital: Bali Province
Coordinates: Denpasar-8 ° 39 'S 115 ° 13'
Wide: Denpasar-123.98 km ²
Prov. Bali-5,561 km ²
Population: 600,000 Denpasar
Prov. Bali-soul 4,500,000

Bali is one of the provinces that have the whole island in Indonesia. Bali lies between Java and Lombok Island. Denpasar itself is located in the southern part of the island. The majority of Balinese are Hindu. In the world famous Bali as a tourist destination with a unique variety of art culture, especially for the Japanese and Australian tourists. The whole community has come to know and are proud of their native culture as Pendet dance and Kecak dance. Bali is also known as the Island of the Gods, where the people are very zealous for religion.


3. MEDAN 

Medan
 Capital of: North Sumatra Province
 Coordinates: 3 ° 30'-3 ° 43'LU 98 ° 35'-98 ° 44'BT
 Land area: 265.10 km ²
 Population: 2,036,018 souls


Medan is the gateway to the western part of Indonesia, and also as a gateway for tourists to get to the attractions in the highlands of Berastagi Karo, attractions Orangutan in Bukit Lawang, Lake Toba, and Coast Mirror, which comes with Waterboom Theme Park. Medan city famous for its harmonious multiethnic population: Batak, Indian, Arabic, Chinese and migrants from the island of Java.



4. MALANG


 Layout: East Java
 Coordinates: 7 ° 54'-8 ° 03'LS 112 ° 34'-112 ° 41'BT
 Land area: 110.06 km ²
 Population: 814 000 souls

The city is a haven and destination for shopping and handicrafts domestic and foreign tourists. Most tourist sites in East Java is in the area of ​​the former residency of Malang, but the most complete tourism facilities in the city of Malang. As the City of Memories for European tourists, especially the Dutch city of Malang still remains as excellent as many heritage buildings / buildings, parks typical colonial heritage and other historical sites still preserved by the government.


5. SURABAYA

 Capital of: East Java Province
 Coordinates: 7 ° 16 'S 112 ° 43' E
 Land area: 374 km ²
 Population: 3,282,156 souls


Surabaya is the second largest city in Indonesia after Jakarta. Surabaya is the center of business, commerce, industry, and education in eastern Indonesia. Surabaya known as City of Heroes because of its history in the struggle for the independence of Indonesia from Surabaya penjajah.Kata purported to be from the mythical story battle between sura (shark) and baya (crocodile). Java is the ethnic majority (83.68%), followed by various ethnic groups in Indonesia, including the Madurese (7.5%), Chinese (7.25%), Arabic (2.04%), and other tribes.


6. BOGOR

 Layout: West Java Province
 Coordinates: 6 ° 26 'S 106 ° 48'BT
 Land area: 118.5 km ²
 Population: 834 000 souls


Bogor city is located 54 km south of Jakarta. Bogor city was known as the rain, as it has a very high rainfall. In the Dutch colonial era, Bogor known as Buitenzorg which means "no worries". Bogor anniversary is celebrated every June 3 as it is the day of the coronation of King Siliwangi as king of Padjadjaran. Bogor used as education centers and national agricultural research. This is where the various institutions and research centers of agricultural and biological stood since the 19th century. Bogor Agricultural University, founded in the early 20th century.


7. SOLO

 Location of: Central Java Province
 Wide: 44.04 km ²
 Population: 552 542 souls

Solo is the city that clever maintain local culture. Javanese from Solo used as a national standard Java language. Bedhaya dances and Srimpi still preserved in the Solo Palace. Famous batik business Danarhadi Batik Keris and Batik originated from Solo. Population is proud of batik Solo, Solo's label even than "Solo, The Spirit of Java" is "the City of Batik". Surakarta typical food: Rice liwet, rice Timlo, Cabuk rambak, pancake Notosuman, voyeur, bakpia Balong, bread Orion, wedang Asle, etc.. Usually tourists who vacation in Yogyakarta will also stop in Solo, or vice versa.


8. SEMARANG

 Capital of: Central Java
 Land area: 373.67 km ²
 Population: 1,268,292 souls

It is located approximately 466 km east of Jakarta, or 312 km west of Surabaya. Semarang is bordered by Java Sea in the north, on the east Demak, Semarang District in the south, and Kendal in the west. Semrang inherited from the Dutch city, the Old town, the Church Blenduk as a mascot. Gajah Mada area-Simpang5-Heroes is an area suitable for a hungry stomach because there Semarang scattered native foods. Pandaran path is also provided as a special place souvenirs typical of Semarang.


9. BANDUNG


 Capital of: West Java Province
 Coordinates:
 Land area: 167.3 km ²
 Population: 2,771,138 souls

This town was anciently known as Parijs van Java. Bandung is known as the place that the air is cool because it is located in the highlands. This makes the city of Bandung as one tourist destination. While the existence of public universities and many private universities in Bandung making this city is known as one of the students in Indonesian cities. Bandung is also known for its factory outlets are mushrooming, with a low price, but still qualified.


10. JOGJA


 Capital of: Provincial D.I. Yogyakarta
 Wide: 32.8 km ²
 Population: 511 744 souls

This city was once the capital of Indonesia during the revolution. Yogyakarta is the only city that leaders of the kingdom (palace) that the Sultan and Prince Pakualam. This city is a typical food warm. Yogyakarta is known as a city of students, because nearly 20% of the population is a productive student and there are 137 colleges. Yogyakarta has beautiful natural scenery-green rice fields blanketing the outskirts of Mount Merapi as the background, natural beaches are easily found in the south of Yogyakarta. Art atmosphere was felt in Yogyakarta. Malioboro, which is the lifeblood of Yogyakarta, flooded with handicrafts from all over. Street musicians always ready entertain any visitor stalls.

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