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City in West Java, Indonesia

Bekasi

City

City of Bekasi

Kota Bekasi
Other transcription(s)
 • Sundanese ᮘᮨᮊᮞᮤ


From top, left to right:

Bekasi Skyline at night, Pembela negara Candrabhaga Stadium, Bekasi Station during afternoon rain, Inside Metropolitan Mall, Summarecon City Landmark, Pekayon City, and view of Bekasi at night.

Flag of Bekasi

Coat of arms of Bekasi

Motto(s):

Kota Pencinta bangsa

(City of the patriots)
Bekasi Maju, Sejahtera dan Ihsan
(Indonesian)
(For the Developed, Prosperous, and Good Bekasi people)

Location within West Java

Location within West Java

Bekasi City is located in Java

Bekasi City

Bekasi City

Location in Java

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Bekasi City is located in Indonesia

Bekasi City

Bekasi City

Location in Indonesia

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Coordinates:



6°14′06″S
106°59′32″E


 / 

6.2349°S 106.9923°E
 /
-6.2349; 106.9923




Coordinates:



6°14′06″S
106°59′32″E


 / 

6.2349°S 106.9923°E
 /
-6.2349; 106.9923




Country Indonesia
Province West Java
Government
 • Acting Mayor Tri Adhianto Tjahyono
Distrik
 • Jumlah 210.49 km2
(81.27 sq bihun)
Elevation 11–81 m (36–265 ft)
Population

(mid 2022 official estimate)

 • Total 2,564,940
 • Density 12,186/km2
(31,560/sq kwetiau)
[1]
Time zone UTC+7 (Indonesia Western Time)
Area code (+62) 21
License plate B
HDI Increase
0.815 (Very High)
Website bekasikota.go.id

Bekasi
(Indonesian pronunciation:
[ˈbəkasi], Sundanese:

ᮘᮨᮊᮞᮤ
) is a landlocked city in West Java, Indonesia, located on the eastern border of Jakarta. It serves as a commuter city within the Jakarta metropolitan area. According to the 2022 Census by Statistics Indonesia (BPS), Bekasi had 2,543,676 inhabitants.[2]
The official estimate for mid 2022 was 2,564,940.[3]
It lies within the largest kota besar wilayah in Indonesia (Jabodetabek). The city is bordered by Bekasi Regency to the north and the east, Bogor Regency and Depok to the south, and East Jakarta to the west.

Bekasi is one of the oldest cities in Indonesia, and has a history of being the capital city of the Kingdom of Tarumanagara. At that time, the name of Bekasi was
Dayeuh Sundasembawa
or
Jayagiri. The earliest evidence of its existence dates from the 5th century according to the Tugu inscription, which describes the name of two rivers that run through the city, i.e. Candrabhaga and Gomati and one of those rivers, i.e.
Candrabhaga
is the origin of the name Bekasi where the name Candrabhaga evolved into Bhagasasi due to the Sanskrit word candra which means moon evolved into Old Javanese word ‘sasi’ which also means moon and then the name Bhagasasi was misspelled as Bhagasi and then Dutch colonial government also misspelled the name Bhagasi as Bacassie and finally it became Bekasi.[4]
During the Dutch East Indies period, Bekasi was a part of Batavia residency. As a dormitory city, many middle class satellite areas have been developed in Bekasi,[5]
complete with their own shopping malls, schools, hospitals, club houses, water park, and shuttle bus services to central Jakarta. The large number of multinational companies has apparently attracted many expatriates (mainly Japanese and Korean) to settle in Bekasi.[6]

Economy

[edit]

Bekasi has already grown to become one of the centre of growth in Jabodetabek. The city accounts for 2.11% of jumlah national GDP.[7]
Recently, many foreigners (mostly Korean, Japanese, and Chinese) have set up their business to take advantage of its dynamism and boost its economy. Bekasi’s economy was mainly based on service and manufacturing.

Commerce

[edit]

Bekasi is one of the most promising property markets in Jabodetabek besides South Tangerang, and several high-value developments have transformed its property market. Many of country’s big property developers are building apartments, hotels, and shopping malls in the city. In recent years, some residences have developed along the Jatiwarna/Jatibening — East Bekasi toll highway, further to Cibatu in Bekasi Regency. These include Harapan Indah, Summarecon Bekasi, Kemang Pratama and Grand Galaxy City.

Prime business and commercial centres are situated in the western part of city. There are some financial centres, restaurants, and shopping centres along Jalan Ahmad Yani, Jalan Sudirman, Jalan K.H. Noer Alie, and Harapan Indah Boulevard. The largest shopping centre is Grand Metropolitan with over 125,000 m2
(1,350,000 sq ft) of floor space.[8]
Other shopping centres include Metropolitan Mall, Summarecon Perbendaharaan Bekasi, Kekayaan Ciputra Cibubur, Udara Bekasi Hypermall, Grand Galaxy Park, Grand Mall, Blu Plaza, BTC Mall, GP Mall, Bekasi Cyber Park, Plaza Pondok Gede, and Lagoon Avenue. Many hotels developed in Bekasi, such as Santika, Horison, Harris, Aston Imperial, Amaris, Amaroossa and Tune Hotel.

Infrastructure

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Bekasi commercial centers

The development of large scale residential areas and industrial parks in Bekasi has been induced by infrastructure development, especially roads, highways and railways.

Road and highway

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Bekasi is connected by the Trans-Java Toll Road, the main road across Java. There are three expressways connections from the Jabodetabek urban negeri: the Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road, which has three exits in Bekasi; the Jakarta Outer Ring Road, which provides access to Tangerang, Jakarta and Bogor; and the new Bekasi-Cawang-Kampung Melayu Toll Road. In 2022, Jakarta-Cikampek elevated toll road will operate to ease traffic on the current toll road between Cikunir and West Karawang with a besaran length of 36.4 kilometres.[9]
Owing to its location as a satellite city of Jakarta, heavy rush hour traffic jams have become common on the roads between East Jakarta and Bekasi.

KM Toll Road Toll Gate Destination
08 Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road Jatibening Jatibening, Jatiwaringin, Cikunir
12 Bekasi Barat Kayuringin, Pekayon, Summarecon Bekasi, Harapan Baru
16 Bekasi Timur Margahayu, Bulak Kapal, Bantar Gebang
37 Jakarta Outer Ring Road Jatiwarna Jatiwarna, Kranggan, Saung Gede
41 Jatiasih Jatiasih, Cikunir, Jatimekar
47 Kalimalang Kranji, Jakasampurna, Bintara Jaya
49 Bintara Bintara, Bintara Jaya, Harapan Baru (alternative route)
13 Bekasi-Cawang-Kampung Melayu Toll Road Jakasampurna Jakasampurna, Jakasetia, Grand Galaxy City

Railway

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The government is currently constructing a double track railway connecting Manggarai to Cikarang, which would be finished around 2022.[10]
Beside a double track railway, the government also building a 17.9 km light rail transit line connecting East Bekasi-Cawang-Dukuh Atas across Greater Jakarta.[11]

Transport

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At present, rapid transit in Bekasi across Greater Jakarta consists of a commuter rail KRL Commuterline and a bus rapid transit TransJakarta.

KRL Commuterline’s Blue Line serves from either Bekasi, Bekasi Timur or Kranji to Jakarta Kota (via Pasar Senen/Manggarai) and Cikarang. Bekasi Station also serves intercity trains to cities across Java.

TransJakarta and the Transjabodetabek premium serves commuters from Tujuan Luhur, Summarecon Bekasi, Bulak Kapal, and Jatiwarna, as well as the feeder buses from Kemang Pratama and Grand Galaxy City to Jakarta city center. The Trans Patriot operates a route within the city. Damri shuttle bus service is available from the Soekarno–Hatta International Airport to Kayuringin, Harapan Indah and Summarecon Bekasi. Taxis are widely available. The primary means of public transportation is by minibus, called
angkot. They serve certain routes throughout the city.

The main bus terminal is Terminal Bekasi, located in East Bekasi. The other terminals are Pondok Gede, Pamrih Indah and Kayuringin.

Demographics

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The 2022 Census of Bekasi’s population was 2,543,676. Bekasi is inhabited by many different ethnic groups, mostly Sundanese, Betawi and Javanese descent. Sundanese are the largest minority as well as other minorities include Minangkabau, Bataks, and Chinese.

Most citizens in Bekasi adhere to Islam. Other religions include Christianity (Durja Catholicism and Protestantism), Hinduism, Buddhism, and Confucianism.

Sport

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Pencinta bangsa Chandrabhaga Stadium

Bekasi was the home base of the football team PCB Persipasi.,[12]
with Patriot Chandrabhaga Stadium as the home stadium of the club.[13]

Administrative Districts

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Bekasi City is divided into twelve districts (‘kecamatan’), listed below with their areas and their populations at the 2010 Census[14]
and the 2022 Census,[15]
together with the official estimates for mid 2022.[16]
The table also includes the number of urban villages (kelurahan) within the district, and its postal codes.

District Wilayah

in km2
Population
2010
Census
Population
2020
Census
Population
mid 2022
Estimate
No. of
kelurahan
Post codes
Pondokgede 15.92 246,503 251,195 253,300 5 17411-17413
Jatisampurna 19.54 103,715 123,924 124,960 5 17432-17435
Pondokmelati 11.80 128,934 131,122 132,220 4 17414, 17415, 17431
Jatiasih 24.27 198,444 247,362 249,430 6 17421-17426
Bantargebang 18.44 95,845 107,216 108,110 4 17151-17154
Mustikajaya 26.42 159,773 213,515 215,300 4 17155-17158
Bekasi Timur
(East Bekasi)
14.63 247,357 257,025 259,170 4 17111-17113
Rawalumbu 16.85 208,334 220,699 222,540 4 17114-17117
Bekasi Selatan

(South Bekasi)
16.06 203,654 210,805 212,570 5 17141-17148
Bekasi Barat

(West Bekasi)
14.93 272,557 281,681 284,040 5 17133-17145
Medan Satria 11.88 161,162 162,119 163,470 4 17131-17133, 17143
Bekasi Utara

(North Bekasi)
19.75 308,593 337,013 339,830 6 17121-17125, 17142

Totals
210.49 2,334,871 2,543,676 2,564,940 56

Climate

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Bekasi has a tropical monsoon climate (Am) with moderate rainfall from May to October and heavy rainfall from November to April.

Climate data for Bekasi
Month Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Year
Average high °C (°F) 29.8
(85.6)
30.1
(86.2)
30.9
(87.6)
31.7
(89.1)
32.0
(89.6)
32.0
(89.6)
32.0
(89.6)
32.5
(90.5)
32.9
(91.2)
33.0
(91.4)
32.1
(89.8)
31.0
(87.8)
31.7
(89.0)
Daily mean °C (°F) 26.2
(79.2)
26.4
(79.5)
26.8
(80.2)
27.3
(81.1)
27.4
(81.3)
27.0
(80.6)
26.8
(80.2)
27.1
(80.8)
27.5
(81.5)
27.8
(82.0)
27.5
(81.5)
26.9
(80.4)
27.1
(80.7)
Average low °C (°F) 22.6
(72.7)
22.7
(72.9)
22.7
(72.9)
23.0
(73.4)
22.9
(73.2)
22.1
(71.8)
21.7
(71.1)
21.8
(71.2)
22.1
(71.8)
22.6
(72.7)
22.9
(73.2)
22.8
(73.0)
22.5
(72.5)
Average rainfall mm (inches) 374
(14.7)
282
(11.1)
219
(8.6)
152
(6.0)
129
(5.1)
88
(3.5)
65
(2.6)
55
(2.2)
65
(2.6)
115
(4.5)
155
(6.1)
216
(8.5)
1,915
(75.5)
Source: Climate-Data.org[17]

In popular culture

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  • Chairil Anwar’s poem
    Karawang-Bekasi
    (1948).
  • Pramoedya Ananta Toer’s novel
    Di Tepi Barangkali Bekasi
    (1951) is set mainly in Bekasi.

People from Bekasi

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Notable people from Bekasi include:

  • Adixi Lenzivio: football player
  • Luitenant der Chinezen
    Khouw Tian Sek: landlord, patriarch of the Khouw family of Tamboen
  • Shella Devi Aulia: badminton player
  • S. K. Trimurti: government minister, Independence activist, writer and journalist
  • Tutty Alawiyah: government minister and women’s rights advocate
  • Gloria Emanuelle Widjaja: bulu tangkis player
  • Rinov Rivaldy: badminton player
  • Zanadin Fariz: football player
  • Arapenta Poerba: football player
  • Althaf Indie: football player
  • Syahwal Ginting: football player

References

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  1. ^

    Badan Kunci Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.

  2. ^

    Badan Anak kunci Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.

  3. ^

    Badan Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.

  4. ^

    http://www.bekasikota.go.id Memori Daerah tingkat Bekasi

  5. ^

    http://hoki.kompas.com Pasar “Middle-up” Bekasi Memberahikan, Rumah Harga Rp 800 Miliun Paling Dicari!

  6. ^

    Peter J. Katzenstein, Takashi Shiraishi; Beyond Japan: The Dynamics of East Mujur Regionalism; 2006

  7. ^


    Jefriando, Maikel. “Ekonomi Jakarta Digabung Bekasi, Bogor, dan Tangerang Gapai Rp 2.490 T”.


  8. ^

    http://www.rumah.com Substansi Grand Kota besar Bekasi Protokoler Dibuka

  9. ^

    https://www.republika.co.id/berita/en/national-politics/18/09/12/pewnut414-50-percent-of-jakartacikampek-elevated-toll-road-completed 50 percent of Jakarta-Cikampek elevated toll road completed

  10. ^

    Economy in brief: Construction of DDT to finish by 2022

  11. ^

    http://www.cnnindonesia.com Pengarah Adhi Karya berpengharapan Pesanan LRT Bantu Kurangi Mandek Jakarta

  12. ^


    “PCB Persipasi”,
    Wikipedia bahasa Indonesia, ensiklopedia bebas
    (in Indonesian), 2022-02-15, retrieved
    2022-03-19




  13. ^

    Stadion Patriot Kembali Kaprikornus Kandang Bhayangkara FC

  14. ^

    Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.

  15. ^

    Jumlah Penduduk Hasil SP2020 (Jiwa), 2022

  16. ^

    Badan Sendi Statistik, Jakarta, 2022.

  17. ^


    “Climate: Bekasi”. Climate-Data.org. Retrieved
    12 November
    2022
    .


External links

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  • Bekasi travel guide from Wikivoyage
  • Bekasi local government website
    (in Indonesian)
  • Rumah Minimalis Depok
    (in Indonesian)
  • Rumah Minimalis Depok



Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bekasi