East Java

East Java covers the eastern third of the island of , , as well as the island of and several small offshore islands. The spine of East Java is dominated by a series of rugged, spectacular volcanic peaks.

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is a city on the eastern side of , in the province of .

is in , .

is a city in . is the second largest city in East Java with a rapidly growing population of about 820,000 in the city proper, and 1.2 million in the area.

is a city at the eastern tip of in .


is an island off the coast of . A byword for crowded poverty even in Indonesia…

is a city in . The cool, fresh hill town of was a retreat for the Dutch in colonial days.

is an archaeological site located in district, Mojokerto Regency in .

is a city and regency district in .

is a city in . The main claim to fame of this quiet and charming town is as the birth and burial place of Indonesia's founding father, Sukarno.

is turtle conservation area in , .

is a regency in , about 100 km west of the provincial capital .

is in , . This park is a forest preservation area that covers about 25,000 hectares of the north coast of .

is a city in . The city is located 169 km west of Surabaya, or 114 km east of Surakarta City.

is a town in , . The lost ancient city and the western gateway to the Ijen Crater.

is a port city on the north coast of , .

is a city in . It is located near Brantas River, the longest river in East Java.

is a mountainous district in , about 60 km south of the provincial capital .

is a mountainous resort in , about 1.5 hours by car from and approximately 10 km from and .

East Java

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