Synonyms for situbondo or Related words with situbondo

probolinggo              trenggalek              grobogan              blora              magetan              indramayu              brebes              majalengka              jombang              pasuruan              wonosobo              purwakarta              sukabumi              tasikmalaya              sukoharjo              pacitan              cianjur              nganjuk              sumedang              wonogiri              purbalingga              banjarnegara              pamekasan              tuban              karanganyar              ngawi              wetan              banyuwangi              kotabaru              temanggung              banyumas              donggala              garut              tulungagung              lumajang              bojonegoro              boyolali              sragen              pandeglang              bondowoso              mamuju              bangkalan              purworejo              bengkalis              karawang              siantar              kolaka              prabumulih              nunukan              sijunjung             

Examples of "situbondo"
The Probolinggo–Situbondo Toll Road connects Probolinggo with Situbondo.
Situbondo Harbor, situbondo has three harbor 1. Panarukan Harbor, 2. Kalbut Harbor in semiring districts of mangaran and 3. jangkar Harbor in asembagus
Area-4: Probolinggo Regency and Situbondo Regency (offshore)
Area-5: Probolinggo Regency and Situbondo Regency (offshore)
Area-3: Probolinggo Regency and Situbondo Regency (offshore)
The Situbondo–Banyuwangi Toll Road will pass by the Ketapang Ferry Terminal, a harbor that connects Java and Bali.
Victor Westhoff (12 November 1916 in Situbondo, Dutch East Indies – 12 March 2001 in Zeist) was a botanist at the Radboud University Nijmegen.
Situbondo Regency is a regency "(kabupaten)" of East Java province, Indonesia. It covers an area of 1,669.87 km, and had a population of 647,619 at the 2010 Census; the latest official estimate (as at January 2014) is 665,818. It is located in east end of Java before Banyuwangi. The administrative centre is Situbondo, a small town within the regency. One of the famous tourist sites is the white sand beach.
Baluran National Park is located in Situbondo Regency, East Java, Indonesia. It has a relatively dry climate and mainly consists of savanna (40%), as well as lowland forests, mangrove forests and hills, with Mount Baluran (1,247m) as its highest peak.
The principal photography of the movie were done at Situbondo and Asembagus regency in East Java, Indonesia. Some depiction of old Surabaya were also done in the same place.
Besuki is the name of a district ("kecamatan") in Situbondo Regency, East Java, Indonesia with an area of 26.08 km. In 2004, its population was 57,109 people. In ancient time the city was important because it was the capital of the Residency of Besuki.
The temple is located around 5 kilometres to the east of Kraksaan, or 500 metres southeast from Jabung Tirta swimming pool, located on Surabaya - Situbondo main road. The turnoff to the temple, on the south side of the main road, is not signposted. The turnoff is in the village ("desa") of Jabung Sisir, just before the "desa" Randu Merak.
Paiton Power Station is a large thermal power station located around 35 km to the east of the town of Probolinggo in East Java in Indonesia, about half way between Probolinggo and Situbondo. The extensive complex has a maximum generating capacity of around 4,000 megawatts.
Merak – Cilegon – Serang – Tangerang – Jakarta – Bekasi – Tambun – Cikarang – Karawang – Klari – Kosambi – Dawuan – Cikampek – Sukamandi – Pamanukan – Kandanghaur – Lohbener – Jatibarang – Palimanan – Weru – Cirebon – Losari – Pejagan – Brebes – Tegal – Pemalang – Pekalongan – Batang – Weleri – Kendal – Semarang – Demak – Trengguli – Kudus – Pati – Rembang – Bulu – Tuban – Widang – Babat – Lamongan – Gresik – Surabaya – Waru – Sidoarjo – Porong – Gempol – Bangil – Pasuruan – Nguling – Probolinggo – Paiton – Besuki – Panarukan – Situbondo – Bajulmati – Ketapang
Jember Regency has a total area of 3,092.34 km² (309234 Hectares). It shares its borders with the regencies of Lumajang (to the west), Probolinggo, Bondowoso and Situbondo (to the north), and Banyuwangi (to the east). To the south lies the Indian Ocean, where the regency includes the island of Nusa Barong, located to the south of Java.
Upon exiting Paiton Generating Station some six kilometer later, the route enters Situbondo Regency, and begins to travel along the coast. Continuing ten kilometer east, it reaches Besuki, the biggest community in Western Situbondo Regency. After passing through "alun-alun", the route curves to the north, and turns to the east after encountering a junction. In Suboh, located 3.5 km east, the route intersects with a regional road leading for Bondowoso Regency. In Mlandingan, it curves to the northeast six kilometers later, going along the edge of Mount Ringgit. The route runs adjacent with the coast until reaching Panarukan 22 km eastward. In this segment, the route also passes near Pasir Putih Beach, that becomes a popular tourist destination in the Eastern salient of Java (). There are many hotels and restaurants built in the area. In Panarukan, there is a level crossing with now-defunct Kalisat to Panarukan railway line. After crossing over Sampeyan River, which becomes the eastern terminus of Great Post Road built by Daendels, the route reaches Downtown Situbondo seven kilometers eastward. Route 1 continues nine kilometers east, intersecting narrow-gauge railway in Panji that carries sugarcane lorry to Panji Sugar Factory, and curves to the southeast in Kapongan. After passing through the subdistricts of Arjasa, Jangkar, Asembagus, and Banyuputih, the route enters Baluran National Park some 28 km southeast. In this segment, the route curves to the south and goes through a curvaceous path for 21.5 km.
Two centuries ago (1810–1825), the Dutch East Indies colonial government constructed the Great Post Road ("De Groote Postage"), stretching from Anyer in the current Banten province to Panarukan in Situbondo, East Java. In the 1990s, the Indonesian government launched the construction of a similar road, the Trans-Java Toll Road, which will stretch over , from Anyer in the west, to Banyuwangi at the tip of East Java.
Anti-Chinese sentiment gathered intensity through the 1990s. President Suharto gathered the most powerful businessmen—mostly Chinese Indonesians—in a nationally televised 1990 meeting at his private ranch, calling on them to contribute 25 percent of their shares to cooperatives. Commentators described the spectacle as "good theatre", as it only served to reinforce resentment and suspicion of the ethnic Chinese among the indigenous population. Major riots broke out in Situbondo (October 1996), Tasikmalaya (December 1996), and Rengasdengklok (January 1997).
Just to the south of Pemalang, there is one large sugar mill named Sumberharjo sugar mill. Although not a popular tourist destination, the mill have many historical significance which regularly attract railfans from Britain or Europe: it is the last place where we can see Du Croo & Brauns steam locomotives in working order, it is also the last sugarcane in Central Java who still operates its field lines (as in 2014 harvesting season), and one of only two sugar mills in Java who regularly deployed their steam locomotives into the field lines (the other being Olean sugar mill in Situbondo, East Java).
The Madurese are a large ethnic population in Indonesia, numbering around 7 million inhabitants. They come from the island of Madura as well as surrounding islands, such as Gili Raja, Sapudi, Raas, and Kangean Islands. In addition, many Madurese live in the eastern part of East Java, commonly called the "Horseshoe", from Pasuruan to the north of Banyuwangi. Madurese are found in Situbondo and Bondowoso, and east of Probolinggo, Jember, and a few at most who speak Javanese, including North Surabaya, as well as some of Malang.