Subang Regency

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Subang Regency
Kabupaten Subang
Other transcription(s)
 • Sundaneseᮊᮘᮥᮕᮒᮦᮔ᮪ ᮞᮥᮘᮀ
Coat of arms of Subang Regency
Motto(s): 
Karya Utama Satya Nagara
(Prioritizing Works for the Sake of the Country)
Location in West Java
Location in West Java
Subang Regency is located in Java
Subang Regency
Subang Regency
Location in Java Island and Indonesia
Subang Regency is located in Indonesia
Subang Regency
Subang Regency
Subang Regency (Indonesia)
Coordinates: 6°34′16″S 107°45′42″E / 6.5711°S 107.7616°E / -6.5711; 107.7616Coordinates: 6°34′16″S 107°45′42″E / 6.5711°S 107.7616°E / -6.5711; 107.7616
CountryIndonesia
ProvinceWest Java
Formation5 April 1948
Legal BasicKep. DPRD No. 01/SK/DPRD/1977
Anniversary5 April 1948[1]
Capital CitySubang
Administrative division30 Districts
245 Villages
8 Official Villages
Government
 • RegentH. Ruhimat, S.Pd., M.Si.
 • Vice RegentAgus Masykur Rosyadi, S.Si., M.M.
 • Allocations MoneyRp. 1.032.567.532.000,00 (2013)[2]
Area
 • Total2,051.76 km2 (792.19 sq mi)
Highest elevation
2,084 m (6,837 ft)
Lowest elevation
0 m (0 ft)
Population
 (mid 2021 estimate)
 • Total1,608,594
 • Density750/km2 (1,900/sq mi)
 [3]
DemonymsSubangite
Warga Subang (id)
Urang Subang (su)
Demographic
 • LanguagesSundanese, Indonesian, Bahasa Cirebon (specifically in the coastal areas and banks of the Cipunagara river)
Time zoneUTC+7 (Time in Indonesia)
Postal Codes
412xx
Area code+62 260
Vehicle registrationT
HDIIncrease 0.665 (Intermediate)
Websitesubang.go.id

Subang Regency (Sundanese script: ᮊᮘᮥᮕᮒᮦᮔ᮪ ᮞᮥᮘᮀ, Latin: Kabupatén Subang) is a regency (kabupaten) in West Java province, Indonesia. The Regency is bordered by the Java Sea in the north, Indramayu Regency in the east, Sumedang Regency in the southeast, West Bandung Regency in the south, and Purwakarta Regency and Karawang Regency in the west. It has an area of 2,051.76 km2 and its population was 1,465,157 at the 2010 census and 1,595,320 at the 2020 census;[4] the official estimate as at mid 2021 was 1,608,594.[5] Its administrative seat is in the town of Subang.

Administrative districts[edit]

Subang Regency is divided into 30 districts (kecamatan), tabulated below with their areas and their populations at the 2010 census and 2020 census,[6] together with the official estimates as at mid 2021.[7] The table also includes the locations of the district administrative centres, the number of villages (rural desa and urban kelurahan) in each district, and its post code.

Name Area
in
km2
Pop'n
census
2010
Pop'n
census
2020
Pop'n
estimate
mid 2021
Administrative
centre
No. of
villages
Post
code
Sagalaherang 45.22 28,731 32,310 32,679 Segalaherang 7 41282
Serangpanjang 54.03 24,083 25,644 25,800 Cijengkol 6 41288
Jalancagak 36.64 41,671 47,773 48,409 Jalancagak 7 41281
Ciater 57.23 27,427 29,297 29,485 Cisaat 7 41280
Cisalak 83.28 38,318 41,610 41,943 Cisalak 9 41283
Kasomalang 39.68 39,480 42,781 43,115 Kasomalang Wetan 8 41287
Tanjungsiang 67.16 42,404 44,975 45,232 Sirap 10 41284
Cijambe 101.31 38,427 41,396 41,695 Cirangkong 8 41286
Cibogo 61.36 40,177 47,244 47,991 Cibogo 9 41285
Subang
(town)
44.23 120,346 137,284 139,046 Karanganyar 8 41211
- 41215
Kalijati 97.48 59,677 65,851 66,482 Kalijati Timur 10 41271
Dawuan 88.19 37,898 41,454 41,815 Dawuan Kaler 10 41270
Cipeundeuy 94.21 44,594 48,902 49,340 Cipeundeuy 7 41272
Pabuaran 60.95 59,819 64,047 64,472 Pabuaran 8 41262
Patokbeusi 80.62 76,998 81,873 82,361 Ciberes 10 41263
Purwadadi 86.30 57,578 59,434 59,617 Pasir Bungur 10 41261
Cikaum 92.80 46,038 50,372 50,813 Cikaum Barat 9 41266
Pagaden 44.81 58,834 63,138 63,571 Pagaden 10 41251
Pagaden Barat
(West Pagaden)
49.10 33,905 34,849 34,942 Bendungan 9 41252
Cipunagara 100.78 59,342 64,333 64,838 Tanjung 10 41257
Compreng 65.67 43,823 48,981 49,511 Jatireja 8 41258
Binong 47.41 42,937 46,764 47,152 Cicadas 9 41253
Tambakdahan 58.62 40,428 43,799 44,140 Tambakdahan 9 41267
Ciasem 110.04 101,924 110,256 111,098 Girang 9 41256
Pamanukan 35.38 55,128 58,704 59,062 Pamanukan 8 41264
Sukasari 64.23 39,567 42,332 42,610 Sukamaji 7 41250
Pusakanagara 54.71 38,253 43,598 44,153 Pusakaratu 7 41265
Pusakajaya 60.94 44,668 48,263 48,626 Kebondanas 8 41255
Legonkulon 72.23 21,770 23,842 24,053 Legonkulon 7 41254
Blanakan 97.15 60,912 64,214 64,543 Blanakan 9 41259
Totals 2,051.76 1,465,157 1,595,320 1,608,594 253

The 253 villages comprise 245 rural desa and 8 urban kelurahan - the latter being the 8 villages in Subang (town) District

Tourism[edit]

The biggest crater, Kawah Ratu or Queen Crater of Mount Tangkuban Perahu, Subang, West Java.

Subang has a variety of artistic and cultural interest.

Attractions[edit]

In South Subang[edit]

A number of resorts exist in the Subang area to the north of Bandung. These include the following:

In Central Subang[edit]

Historical and Religious Tourism[edit]

The handover of the Republic of Indonesia from the Netherlands to Japan, before independence, 1942. These buildings are in Lanud Suryadharma, Kalijati District.

In North Subang[edit]

The Culinary[edit]

  • Nanas khas subang / Subang pineapple
  • Kerupuk miskin purwadadi / Indonesian Crackers
  • Sundanese foods

Toll Road Access[edit]

KM Toll Road Toll Gate Destination
98 Cikopo-Palimanan Toll Road Kalijati Kalijati, Purwadadi, Sukamandi
110 Subang Subang, Pamanukan, Lembang
76 Sadang Purbaleunyi Toll Road Sadang Sadang, Purwakarta, Subang
127 Pasteur Pasteur, Lembang

Patimban Deep Sea Port[edit]

Patimban Deep Sea Port is under construction seaport at Subang, West Java, as an upgrade from the existing small Patimban Port. It is located about 70 kilometers from the Karawang Industrial Estate and 145 kilometers from the city center of Jakarta, where many Japanese industrial firms, particularly automotive manufacturers operate. The project was initialized in 2017 and the first stage was operational in 2020, with the second stage being scheduled for completion by 2027.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Sejarah Kabupaten Subang".
  2. ^ "Perpres No. 10 Tahun 2013". 2013-02-04. Retrieved 2013-02-15.
  3. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.
  4. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  5. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.
  6. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2021.
  7. ^ Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.
  8. ^ Yoesoef Adji (April 26, 2016). "Pelabuhan Patimban Siap Gantikan Cilamaya".

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