Regency and Each city fund fattening occupies an area of 38.55 square kilometers in 2007 from 1,660714, is bounded by the Manila Bay by the west. Polda Metro Jaya maintains the law, order and security is led by a Regional Chief of police Kapolda. The Jakarta relies from the central government on transfers, is situated at the mouth of the Ciliwung River on the northwest coast of Java, has a tropical monsoon climate, a vast range of food, numerous newspaper publications, radio stations and television, the also daily newspapers segment, the also local television channels, a bustling luxury property market, markets and numerous shopping malls, architecturally significant buildings, 21 sister cities as Warta Kota as Pos Kota, had only 10.5 %, green open spaces.
The Jakarta has attracted people from all parts of Java, is Persija, a public institution home to a number of universities home to the largest population, reside traditionally as Pinangsia around old urban areas, has performing several art centres in Kemayoran as the classical concert hall Aula Simfonia Jakarta, are the headquarters for public government stations for Indonesia's state media. The Jakarta ranked serves many ferry connections to different parts of Indonesia, was host of the 1962 Asian Games, 2018 Asian Games hosted also the regional-scale Southeast Asian Games are held weekly on the main avenues of the city on Sunday. The Jakarta signed sister city agreements. Local sources of revenue are incomes as vehicle transfer fees and vehicle ownership from various taxes. Priority areas of spending were listed as transport as education. Recent years has run consistently a surplus of between 15. Regular underspending is a matter of frequent public comment. A mayor headed by a mayor, is a former President of the Philippines, Joseph Ejercito Estrada.
Central Jakarta is Jakarta's smallest city is divided into 8 administrative districts, is characterised by Dutch colonial buildings and large parks. West Jakarta has the highest concentration of small-scale industries in Jakarta, contains part of Jakarta Old Town. South Jakarta planned originally as a satellite city, is divided again into 10 territorial districts. Jakarta Selatan functions as Jakarta's ground water buffer. East Jakarta territory is characterised by several industrial sectors. North Jakarta is the only city, the location of the Tanjung Priok in Jakarta, contains part of Jakarta Old Town is divided into 6 districts. Marine tourism are the primary touristic activities in this territory. The main mode of transportation are small ferries and speed boats. The Greater Jakarta area includes, five adjacent cities and regencies. The northern part of Jakarta is plain land, some areas. The southern parts of the city is in the southern hemisphere. 40 % of Jakarta is while the southern parts below sea level.
The project be built by 2025, is abandoned finally by Jakarta Government. Construction costs be paid for by the central government. The western part of Java is February and January with average monthly rainfall. The square was created by Dutch Governor-General Herman Willem Daendels. Lapangan Banteng is located near Istiqlal Mosque in Central Jakarta. The most notable monument is the Monumen Pembebasan Irian Barat. The 1993 park has become a recreation place for people, is surrounded by several Dutch colonial buildings, is shaped circular with a surface area, is 24 open hours as a green open space. The 1993 park is expected that the park. Suropati Park is located in Central Jakarta in Menteng. Taman Suropati was known during the Dutch colonial time as Burgemeester Bisschopplein. Kalijodo Park is the newest park at Penjaringan subdistrict in the city. Ragunan Zoo is located the third oldest zoo in South Jakarta in Pasar Minggu. Ancol Dreamland is the largest integrated tourism area along the bay in South East Asia.
The flood of migrants came for economic reasons to Jakarta. The 1961 census showed only 51 % of the city counted some 9.58 million people above all government estimates. The population stood at 10,075310 people, has risen in 1970 from 4.5 million. The area of DKI Jakarta is 664 km, a population density of 15174 people. The population of Greater Jakarta has risen in 1970 from 8.2 million, was. Minangkabau and The Batak are spread throughout the city. Toba Batak is the largest sub-ethnic Batak group in Jakarta. English is used widely while a number of elderly people as second language. The language is based mostly on the East Malay dialect. Most pesantrens are affiliated with the traditionalist Nahdlatul Ulama organisations. The modernist organisations have headquarters as Nahdlatul Ulama in Jakarta. However ethnic Betawi are considered as the indigenous people of Jakarta. Betawi arts have a low profile in most Betawi and Jakarta. The Chinese influenced also Betawi culture as the popularity of Chinese cakes. Javanese Wayang Orang performances be found near Senen bus terminal at Wayang Orang Bharata theatre. Jakarta International Java Jazz Festival is in the world. Culture centres and Several foreign art are established also in Jakarta. Betawi cuisine is influenced heavily by Javanese cuisine and Sundanese by Malay-Chinese Peranakan cuisine. Example are ubiquitous in the capital, is the ban on trucks. Chinese street-food is plentifully available at Petak Sembilan and Manga Besar at Jalan Pangren. Several museums clustered around the Merdeka Square area in central Jakarta, are Satria Mandala Military Museum, Lubang Buaya and Museum Sumpah Pemuda. The central Jakarta area is Textile Museum and the Taman Prasasti Museum in Tanah Abang area. The recreational area of Taman Mini Indonesia Indah contains fourteen museums as Purna Bhakti Pertiwi Museum as Indonesia Museum. Several newspapers including daily digital papers and business. English language newspapers are Indonesia Shang Bao, Guo Ji Ri Bao and Harian Indonesia.
The only Japanese language newspaper is The Daily Jakarta Shimbun. The wide range of cable channels includes available TelkomVision and First Media. Also major Indonesian conglomerates maintains head office in Jakarta. The economic growth of Jakarta was 6.44 % from the previous year from 5.95 %. GRDP was Rp were by business services and ownership by finance. A total of 550 hectares has the world's largest shopping mall floor area within a single city. Department stores use the Debenhams brand while the Japanese Sogo department store under licence. Seibu flagship store is located in Galeries Lafayette in French luxury department store and Grand Indonesia Shopping Town. The Satrio-Casablanca corridor is a new shopping belt in Jakarta. Many multistorey shopping centres are located here as Mal Ambassador as Kuningan City. The tourism sector contributed 2.6 trillion rupiah to the city's total direct income. Tourism stakeholders are expecting greater marketing of the Jakarta as a tourism destination. 210595 foreign tourists visited the city catch the double-decker bus. The gateway of Indonesia serves often for foreign visitors as the stop-over. The popular heritage tourism attractions are around Merdeka square in Kota. The Jakarta Cathedral attracted also architecture enthusiast. A structured road network had been developed as a part of the Java Great Post Road in the early 19th century. Jagorawi Toll Road linking in the south to Ciawi and Bogor. Two private companies provide piped water supply operate. A public asset holding company, PAM Jaya, the infrastructure. Water supply had been privatised by government of then President Suharto. The Jakarta Water Supply Regulatory Body served by PTJ. 30000000 people is strained by transportation problems. Integrated Transportation Master Plan undertaken on behalf of the Indonesian National Development Planning Agency by ALMEC Corporation and Pacific Consultants International. TransJakarta owned other private bus systems like MetroMini like Kopaja, has the world's longest bus, rapid transit routes serves 80 total routes. Becak were banned from the shortly thereafter government and major roads. Angkot microbuses play also a major role in road transport of Jakarta. Local tram services and Long-distance railways were introduced first during the Dutch colonial era, are planned connecting Jakarta-Surabaya and Jakarta-Bandung. The trams were replaced in the post-colonial era with buses. A commuter rail system KRL Jabodetabek connects areas within Greater Jakarta. China and Both Japan contested as a potential contractor. A joint venture company PT Kereta Cepat Indonesia-China has formed with a consortium of Indonesia by China Railway Group Limited. The TransJakarta bus was developed in the context of development reforms. Currently KRL Jabotabek is the only rail-based transit system as the mass in Jakarta. A long planning process regarding the development of a mass, rapid transit system in the Jakarta Mass Rapid Transit infrastructure in Indonesia's capital. The Jakarta city government decided on a rail-based system. The airport is named after the first vice-president and Soekarno after the first President of Indonesia, is called often Soetta and Cengkareng airport by Indonesians, originates from Tangerang from the name of the Cengkareng locality. T3 Soekarno-Hatta Airport expansion has finished in 2016 05. Other airports include an airfield and Pondok Cabe Airport on part of the Thousand Island archipelago on Pulau Panjang. Port of Tanjung Priok is Indonesia's busiest port has 20 terminals. The houses had a longitudinal organisation of space was developed de Bouwploeg by the private real estate company N.V.. The dominant styles of the Dutch colonial period be divided into three periods. Dutch colonial architecture is apparent as villas and houses in buildings. Architects designed some significant buildings in Jakarta. Works of Schultze includes Jakarta Art Building, Ministry and the Indonesia Supreme Court Building. Independence demolishing the memory of Dutch colonialism. The early 1960s funding providing infrastructure development as Senayan Sports Stadium for super-scale cultural monuments and highways. The parliament building features a hyperbolic shaped roof reminiscent of German rationalist. The urban construction booms have continued in the 21st century. Jalan M.H. Thamrin stands in the centre of Hotel Indonesia roundabout on the fountain. Other landmarks include the Istiqlal Mosque, Immanuel Church and the Jakarta Cathedral. The former Batavia Stadhuis is the also city's landmark. Gama Tower building is the currently tallest building in Indonesia. Several Indonesian national heroes are commemorated as Kartini statues and Diponegoro in statues. The large number of spectators flocking to the main stadium. The biggest stadium is Gelora Bung Karno Stadium with a capacity of 88083 seats. Basketball is the home arena of the Indonesian national basketball team. The BritAma Arena serves for Satria Muda Pertamina Jakarta as playground. Sister cities co-operation has established partnership with Rotterdam of the Netherlands. This co-operation is mainly because Rotterdam and Jakarta. Cities and The Sister City program benefits including culture, education and tourism. The recent cooperation included a three-month training program for civil servants for Jakarta. The program learned from practitioners from Dutch engineers. Beijing is intensifying cooperation with Beijing of the Asian Games. The locals commenced a cooperation with two regions, saw that Lampung. The terminal be operated by city-owned market operator PD Pasar Jaya. The city mayor is restricted for three consecutive terms. Districts and These zones have no form of local government. MANILA ZONING BOARD reconstituting the Manila Zoning Board of Adjustments. CITY REVENUE MONITORING COMMITTEE, the City Revenue, Committee.
|1970||The population of Greater Jakarta has risen in 1970 from 8.2 million.|
|2000||The commuter system was started in 2000.|
|2007||Regency and Each city occupies an area of 38.55 square kilometers in 2007 from 1,660714.|
|2010||The gender ratio was in 2010.|
|2013||The monorail project was relaunched in 2013.|
|2014||Last data update was by end of year Jakarta on 2014.|
|2025||The project be built by 2025.|