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Ciamis Regency

Ciamis Regency
Motto: Mahayuna Ayuna Kadatuan
Ciamis Regency is located in Indonesia
Ciamis Regency
Ciamis Regency
Location of Ciamis Regency in Indonesia
Coordinates:
Country Indonesia
Province West Java
Government
 • Regent Engkon Komara
Area
 • Total 2,556.75 km2 (987.17 sq mi)
Population (2010 Census)
 • Total 1,528,306
Time zone WIB (UTC+7)
Area code(s) 0265
Website http://www.ciamiskab.go.id

Ciamis Regency is a regency in West Java, Indonesia. Prior to the separation of part of this regency in 2012, it had an area of 2,556.75 km² and population of 1,528,306 (at the 2010 Census); the regency was until 2012 divided into 36 districts. Its capital is Ciamis. However, as from 25 October 2012, the existing regency has been split, with 10 districts comprising the southern portion being formed into a new Pangandaran Regency (with a 2010 Census population of 383,848), leaving 26 districts in the residual Ciamis Regency.

Tourist destinations

In 2011 Ciamis Regency was boosting the (new) tourist destinations with an idea of making a new Regency in the southern 10 districts of the regency, south of the '(virtual) isthmus' (please see the locator map) where there were already popular tourist destinations (e.g. Pangandaran Beach). The separate Pangandaran Regency was split off in 2012.

Up to end of May 2014 (5 months), Ciamis Regency are only visited by 156,423 domestic tourists and just 3 foreign tourists as spill off from Pangandaran Beach. The counting is a significant drop compared to when Pangandaran is still belong of Ciamis Regency, because Ciamis Regency until now has not yet affordable tourist site, mainly for foreign tourists.[1]

Administration

Prior to the separation of Pangandaran Regency as a separate regency, there were 36 districts (kecamatan) within Ciamis Regency. Six of these districts (Baregbeg, Lumbung, Mangunjaya, Purwadadi, Sindangkasih and Sukamantri) had been created between the previous Census of 2000 and the more recent Census of 2010.

the ten districts suffixed by "#" are those split off to form the new Pangandaran Regency.

Following the separation of those ten districts to form the new Pangandaran Regency, the regency is divided into 26 districts (kecamatan), tabulated below with their 2010 Census population.[2]

Name Population
Census 2010
Banjarsari 102,848
Lakbok 48,381
Purwadidi 35,147
Pamarican 64,057
Cidolog 18,745
Cimaragas 15,460
Cijeungjing 50,103
Cisaga 36,455
Tambaksari 21,587
Rancah 55,646
Rajadesa 48,391
Sukadana 22,727
Ciamis 93,744
Baregbeg 40,556
Cikoneng 49,852
Sindangkasih 44,745
Cihaurbeuti 46,815
Sadananya 33,527
Cipaku 58,649
Jatinagara 26,047
Panawangan 47,614
Kawali 39,027
Lumbung 28,335
Panjalu 43,391
Sukamantri 20,942
Panumbangan 55,865

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References

  1. ^ "Pascapisahnya Pangandaran, Wisman ke Kabupaten Ciamis Anjlok". June 30, 2014. 
  2. ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011.


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