East Jakarta

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East Jakarta
Administrative city
Administrative city of East Jakarta
Kota Administrasi Jakarta Timur
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From top, left to right: Istana Boneka in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Hotel Balairung, Lubang Buaya Well, Keong Emas IMAX Theatre, Miniature of Indonesia in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, Museum of PKI (Communist) Treason
Official seal of East Jakarta
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Country  Indonesia
Province Coat of arms of Jakarta.svg Jakarta
 • Mayor HR. Krisdianto
 • Total 188.03 km2 (72.60 sq mi)
Population (2010 Census)
 • Total 2,687,027
 • Density 14,000/km2 (37,000/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+7 (WIB)
Website timur.jakarta.go.id

East Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Timur) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special Capital Region of Jakarta, 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 bounded by North Jakarta to the north, Bekasi to the east, Depok to the south, and South Jakarta and Central Jakarta to the west.

The governor's office is located in the Administrative Village (Kelurahan) of Jatinegara, in the Jatinegara Subdistrict.


Aviastar Mandiri has its head office in East Jakarta.[1]

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 ((in Dutch): Suikerfabriek Klender) in 1905.

Skyline view of East Jakarta


East Jakarta is divided into 10 subdistricts:



  1. ^ "Contact Us." (Archive) Aviastar. Retrieved on May 10, 2012. "Puri Sentra Niaga Blok B No. 29 Jalan Raya Kalimalang Jakarta Timur 13620 Indonesia"
  2. ^ "Soekarno-Hatta must be expanded to meet passenger demand" ( Archived August 17, 2015, at WebCite). The Jakarta Post. Wednesday September 1, 2010. Retrieved on September 16, 2010. "Starting operation in 1985, Soekarno-Hatta airport replaced Kemayoran airport in Central Jakarta and Halim Perdanakusuma airport in East Jakarta"
  3. ^ "Jakarta to Soft Open 'Most Modern' Bus Terminal on Saturday". June 22, 2012.

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Coordinates: 6°14′43″S 106°54′02″E / 6.24528°S 106.90056°E / -6.24528; 106.90056