Indonesia is a country that has many ethnic groups and various cultures. In addition, this country which is located in Southeast Asia also has some very unique cities. What are the uniqueness of some of these cities? Here indonesiar.com will review some of the cities that are unique in Indonesia and their uniqueness.

1. Coldest City – Kota Mulia, Papua

Kota Mulia may sound foreign to some people’s ears, and maybe some of you just know that Kota Mulia in Papua is the coldest city in Indonesia, right? Kota Mulia is located at an altitude of 2,448 meters above sea level, where at night the temperature in the city which is near the Puncak Jaya Wijaya area reaches 9 ° C and 15 ° C during the day. Even in the afternoon the temperature is that low, it’s only natural that Kota Mulia is called the coldest city in Indonesia, right? By the way, apart from being the Coldest City, Kota Mulia is also the Highest City in Indonesia.

2. Hottest City – Bima City, West Nusa Tenggara Apart from being the coldest city, Indonesia also has the hottest cities. The city is the city of Bima on the island of Sumbawa which has the title of being the hottest city in Indonesia, where the temperature in Bima City can reach 39 ° C. It is even said that the sun in this city always shines brightly, be it in the dry season or the rainy season.

3. Most populous city – Central Jakarta, Jakarta

As the center of Indonesia’s capital city, it is only natural that Central Jakarta is not the most populous city in Indonesia? With an area of ​​approximately 48.13 km², Central Jakarta has a total population of 1,149,176 people (2019 data). How to determine the level of population density in a City / Region is to divide the total population by the area of ​​a City / Region. With such a method, Central Jakarta has a population density of 23,877 people / km². This means that there are 23,877 people in every 1 km² in Central Jakarta. Is it stuffy?

4. Smallest City – Sibolga City, North Sumatra

The city of Sibolga, which is located on the west coast of Sumatra Island, only has an area of ​​10.77 km². Sibolga itself has 4 districts, namely South Sibolga, Sibolga Sambas, North Sibolga, and Sibolga Kota. Even though Sibolga City has the title of the Smallest City in Indonesia, this city keeps its natural beauty in the form of very beautiful beaches.

5. Most Beautiful City – Ubud, Bali

As a country that is rich in natural beauty, in fact all cities / regions in Indonesia have a unique beauty and are different from one another. However, this time TS took the city of Ubud as the most beautiful, why? Because this city which has a rural appearance has a very pleasing appearance to the eye, even tourists have made Ubud a must-visit city if they go to Indonesia. Not only that, Ubud is also one of the best cities in the world. You can see the info here.

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