Boyolali Regency

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Boyolali Regency
Kabupaten Boyolali
Official seal of Boyolali Regency
Motto(s): Boyolali Tersenyum
Location of Boyolali Regency in Central Java
Location of Boyolali Regency in Central Java
Coordinates: 7°31′56″S 110°36′9″E / 7.53222°S 110.60250°E / -7.53222; 110.60250Coordinates: 7°31′56″S 110°36′9″E / 7.53222°S 110.60250°E / -7.53222; 110.60250
Country Indonesia
Province Central Java
Capital Boyolali
 • Total 1,015.10 km2 (391.93 sq mi)
Population (2010)
 • Total 950,531
 • Density 940/km2 (2,400/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+7 (WIB)
Area code(s) +62 276

Boyolali (Javanese: ꦧꦺꦴꦪꦭꦭꦶ, translit. Boyalali, lit. 'Don't forget') is a regency (Indonesian: kabupaten) in the eastern part of Central Java province in Indonesia. Its capital is Boyolali.


The capital city, also named Boyolali, lies 27 km to the west of Solo. The regency covers an area with approximately 1,015.10 km² with the highest point being Mount Merbabu - 3,141 m.

Beside Mount Merbabu, the famous Mount Merapi is also located in this regency.

Places of interest[edit]

  1. Mount Merapi, the most active volcano in Indonesia. Can be reached through Selo district.
  2. Umbul Tlatar, natural spring pool located 7 km to the north of Boyolali.
  3. Umbul Pengging, natural spring pool at Banyudono district.
  4. Kedung Ombo Dam, mainly used for irrigations purpose.
  5. Woodball Course Tlatar, Woodball Arena insede Umbul Tlatar area.[1]


Boyolali regency is surrounded by other regencies: Klaten Regency and Yogyakarta province in the south; Sukoharjo, Karanganyar and Sragen regencies and Solo city in the east; Salatiga city and Grobogan Regency in the north; and Magelang Regency in the west.

This regency consists of 19 districts as follows:[2]

  1. Ampel
  2. Andong
  3. Banyudono
  4. Boyolali
  5. Cepogo
  6. Juwangi
  7. Karanggede
  8. Kemusu
  9. Klego
  10. Mojosongo
  11. Musuk
  12. Ngemplak
  13. Nogosari
  14. Sambi
  15. Sawit
  16. Selo
  17. Simo
  18. Teras
  19. Wonosegoro


  • Intercity buses
  • Dokar, two-wheel carriage powered by horse
  • Pedicab (Indonesian: Becak)
  • Angkota, minibus


  1. ^ "". Archived from the original on 2012-04-25. Retrieved 2015-03-29. 
  2. ^ [1] Archived August 7, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.

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