|City of East Jakarta
Kota Administrasi Jakarta Timur
|City (Kota Administrasi)|
|• Mayor||HR. Krisdianto|
|• Total||188.03 km2 (72.60 sq mi)|
|Population (2010 Census)|
|• Density||14,000/km2 (37,000/sq mi)|
|Time zone||WIB (UTC+7)|
East Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Timur) is a city within Jakarta Special District, Indonesia. It had a population of 2,687,027 at the 2010, making it the most populous of the five cities within Jakarta.
East Jakarta is divided into 10 subdistricts:
- Halim Perdanakusuma International Airport serves a limited customer base; typically within an hour flight of the airport.
- Kampung Rambutan Bus Terminal mainly provides service to inter-provincial, inter-city buses.
- Pulogebang inter-city and inter-province bus terminal, opened on June 23, 2012.
In the past, in East Jakarta, there are 23 Sugar mills such as Setu, Jatiwarna, Ceger, Kalijereng, Pedongkelan (Cimanggis), Palsigunung, Klender, Pondokjati and Cibubur is open in 1914 and is closed due to the 1997 financial crisis.
Sugar mills is open first is Klender ((Dutch): Suikerfabriek Klender) in 1905.
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- "Jakarta to Soft Open 'Most Modern' Bus Terminal on Saturday". June 22, 2012.
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