Central Java 

Central Java, including the Yogyakarta Special Region, covers the central third of the island of Java, Indonesia. Indonesian is the official language of education and business.
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Yogyakarta— despite the official spelling, the name is usually pronounced and not uncommonly written Jogjakarta or just Jogja — is a major tourist destination in Indonesia.

Semarang is the capital of Central Java in Indonesia. The city's name derives from the Javanese words "asem" and "arang", which literally translate to "scarce tamarind." Semarang, the provincial capital, lies in the north-eastern part of Central Java along the coast.

Solo the short name for Surakarta, is a major city in Central Java, Indonesia. Together with Yogyakarta, these two great cultural …

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Borobudur is a Buddhist stupa and temple complex in Central Java, Indonesia dating from the 8th century, and a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Prambanan is a complex of ancient Hindu temples in Central Java, Indonesia. Prambanan is a collection of massive Hindu temples built by the Mataram Kingdom, rulers of central Java and defeaters of the Sailendra Dynasty.

Purwokerto is a sleepy little town located in the Central Java province, Indonesia.

Wonosobo is a small regency and city in Central Java, Indonesia. Wonosobo lies between 2 mountains, Mount Sindoro and Mount Sumbing, and enjoys cool and humid weather all the time.

Magelang is a city in Central Java. You can go to Magelang city by Plane or train, but Yogyakarta, 36 kilometres away, is the nearest city that has an airport and train station.

Mount Merapi is a volcano in Central Java, looming over the cities of Yogyakarta and Solo.

Sokaraja is a town in Banyumas Regency, Central Java, Indonesia, close to Purwokerto.

The Dieng Plateau is an upland volcanic plain in Central Java, famous for its scenery and ancient Hindu temples.

Salatiga is a town in Central Java, Indonesia. It is known for its cool weather and the Merbabu volcano.

Karimunjawa is a chain of 27 islands north of Semarang, off the coast of Central Java, Indonesia.

Ketep Pass is a pass located on the slope between Mount Merapi and Mount Merbabu.

Tlatar is a village in the district of Sawangan, Magelang Regency. From Yogyakarta, take a TransJogja bus to the Jombor terminal.

Kedung Kayang is a 30m-tall waterfall, located 5km west of the district of Selo. The entrance fee is Rp 4,000s.

Kopeng is a small town in Central Java. Kopeng is a mountainous town whose name is believed to come from the word "kopek" The easiest way is from Salatiga, about 12 km away, through a steep road.

Jepara is a city in Central Java. From Semarang there you can hail a taxi and bargain a price of around Rp.

Ambarawa is a small town in Central Java. Ambarawa is a small hilly town located about 14 km from Salatiga, Central Java, on the crossroads between major towns and cities: Semarang--Magelang and Semarang -- Solo.

Bandungan is a small town/ district in Central Java. Bandungan is a horticulture centre near Semarang - about half an hour away from this capital of Central Java.

Mungkid is the capital of the Magelang Regency, Central Java, Indonesia. It is located approximately 10km from Magelang, 30km from Yogyakarta, and 95km from the city of Semarang.

Kudus is a city in Central Java.

Kaliurang is in Central Java. The largest nearby city is Yogyakarta located 25 km south.

Wonogiri is a town in the southeastern part of Central Java, Indonesia.

Tegal is a city in Central Java Pantai Alam Indah, Waduk Cacaban, Pur In, Guci. Pacific Mall, Rita Supermall Poci Tea

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