Semarang Regency

Semarang regency, in which the capital is Ungaran Sub-district, is bordered by Semarang City in the north; Demak Regency and Grobogan Regency in the east; Boyolali regency in the east and south; as well as Magelang Regency, Temanggung Regency, and Kendal Regency in the west. The slogan of this Regency is as Bumi Serasi which is an acronym of ‘Sehat’ or Healthy, ‘Rapi’ or Neat, ‘Aman’ or Safe, ‘Sejahtera’ or Prosperous, and ‘Indah’ or Beautiful.

THE HISTORY OF SEMARANG REGENCY

Since 4 centuries ago in the era Pajang and Mataram Sultanate, Semarang Regency has existed with its capital in Semarang City. At that time, the concept of ‘Kota Praja’ or "Gemeente" or Township did not exist. Ki Pandan Arang II or known as Raden Kaji Kasepuhan (1547-1553) was the first Regent of Semarang, inaugurated on May 2, 1547, enacted by Sultan Hadiwijaya. Ki Ageng Pandan Arang was in power until 1574 and during his rule, he managed to create a building that is used as the center of district government activities.

Another milestone for Semarang was later, in 1906, when Semarang Regency was under the reign of Regent R.M. Soebiyono, and ‘Kotapraja’ or Gemeente‘ Semarang or semarang municipality was born.

Based on the Stadblad 1906 S.O 120, a city government was formed. Semarang Regency Government is led by a Regent and the Municipal Government for Semarang region is led by a Burgemeester or mayor. The event was the start of the separation between Semarang regency with Semarang Municipality until now.

The next milestone for Semarang is when issuance of The Law no 13/1950 on the Establishment of Districts within the Central Java Province, in which according to the law, Semarang City is designated to be the capital of Semarang Regency. However, the city of Semarang is a municipality that has its own government, therefore, the removal of its existing governance system would be very unfortunate for them. There were concerns if implication of the law may cause harm to all parties. then the idea arose to move the capital of Semarang regency to Ungaran City, which at that time still in the status of kawedanan or as sub-district.

While carrying preparation, the Regent of Semarang was proposed by the Central Government, through the Governor of Central Java Province, for the City of Ungaran to be definitively set as the capital of the Regency Government of Semarang. The determination was later stipulated by PP no 29/1983 on the Determination of the Status of Ungaran City as the Capital of the Government of the Regency of Semarang. The inauguration happened on December 20, 1983, which occurred during the reign of Regent Ir. Soesmono Martosiswojo (1979-1985).

GEOGRAPHY

Semarang regency is one of 29 regencies and 6 cities in Central Java Province. Located at coordinates between 7.1765° S and 110.4739° E. The total area of ​​Semarang Regency is 95,020,674 Ha or about 2.92% of the province of Central Java.

The capital of Semarang Regency is located in Ungaran city. Administratively, Semarang Regency is divided into 19 sub-districts, 27 administrative villages and 208 villages.

The borders of Semarang Regency are Semarang city and Kabupaten Demak in the north, Grobogan Regency and Boyolali Regency in the east. Boyolali Regency and Magelang Regency in the south. Magelang Regency and Kendal Regency in the west.

The altitude of Semarang Regency ranges from 500 - 2000m above sea level (ASL), with the lowest altitude located in Candirejo village, Pringapus Sub-district and the highest in Batur village of Getasan Sub-district. The average rainfall is 1,979 mm with the number of rainy days of 104 days. That condition is mainly influenced by the geographical location of Semarang Regency surrounded by mountains and rivers such as:

  • Mount Ungaran, located in Ungaran, Bawen, Ambarawa and Sumowono Sub-districts.
  • Mount Telomoyo, located in Banyubiru and Getasan Sub-district.
  • Mount Merbabu, located in the Sub-District of Getasan and Tengaran.
  • The Sewakul Mountains are located in the Ungaran Sub-district.
  • The Kalong Mountains are located in the Ungaran Sub-district.
  • The Pasokan, Kredo, Tengis Mountains are located in the Pabelan Sub-district.
  • Ngebleng Mountains and MountTumpeng are located in Suruh Sub-district.
  • Rong Mountains are located in Tuntang Sub-district.
  • Sodong Mountains are located in Tengaran Sub-district.
  • Pungkruk Mountains are located in Bringin Sub-district.
  • Mergi mountains are located in Bergas Sub-district.
  • ‘Kali’ or River, ‘danau’ or lakes and ‘rawa’ or swamp in Semarang Regency, among others, are:
  • Kali or Garang, which pass through parts of Ungaran and Bergas Sub-districts.
  • Rawa or Swamp Pening covers most of the Jambu, Banyubiru, Ambarawa, Bawen, Tuntang and Getasan Sub-districts.
  • Kali Tuntang, which passes part of Bringin, Tuntang, Pringapus and Bawen Sub-districts.
  • Kali Senjoyo, through some areas Tuntang, Pabelan, Bringin, Tengaran and Getasan Subdistricts.

ADMINISTRATIVE AREA

Semarang regency consists of 19 districts, which are further divided into 208 villages and 27 urban villages. The district capital is Ungaran. sub-districts in Semarang regency, as follows:

  • Ungaran Barat 6 villages 5 administrative village
  • Ungaran Timur 5 villages 5 administrative village
  • Bergas 9 villages 4 urban villages
  • Pringapus 8 village 1 administrative village
  • Bawen 10 villages 2 administrative village
  • Bringin 16 villages
  • Tuntang 16 villages
  • Pabelan 17 villages
  • Bancak 9 villages
  • Suruh 17 villages
  • Susukan 13 villages
  • Kaliwungu 11 villages
  • Tengaran 15 villages
  • Getasan 13 villages
  • Banyubiru 10 villages
  • Sumowono 16 villages
  • Ambarawa 7 villages 9 administrative villages
  • Jambu 11 villages
  • Bandungan 9 villages 1 administrative vilages

TOPOGRAPHY

The Topographic situation of Semarang Regency can be classified into 4 (four) groups, namely;

  • A flat area with a slope range of 0 - 2% is covering ​​6,169 Ha.
  • Wavy land area with a slope range of 2 - 15% is covering 57,659 ha.
  • Steep areas with a slope range of 15 - 40% is covering ​​21,725 ​​ha.
  • Very steep terrain area with a slope of over 40% is covering ​​9,467.674 Ha.

HYDROLOGY

Hydrologically, the wealth of water resources available in Semarang Regency include: o Shallow Water Source/Water Springs with a water capacity of 7,331.2 l/seconds, spread over 15 Districts.

  • Surface Water/River Resources, a total of 51 rivers, with an overall length of 350 KM and a total discharge of 2,668,480 l/second.
  • Water Basin, is aquifers with medium and high water productivity.
  • The water basins are widely used for the tourism sites such as of fishing ponds and restaurants.
  • Reservoir,

The only reservoir owned by Semarang Regency is the Rawa Pening Reservoir which has a water volume of + 65 million m3 with a waterlogging area of ​​2,770 Ha at maximum water level, while with a minimum surface water level has a volume of + 25 million m3 with a waterlogging area of 1.760 Ha .

Source:

http:http://semarangkab.go.id/utama/selayang-pandang/kondisiumum/geografitopografi.html\

POPULATION

The population in Semarang Regency in 2014 was 987,600 people.

While in 2015 the population in Semarang increased to 1,000,890 people, with the number of male is 491,820 people and female is 509,070 people. The sex ratio between men and women in Semarang Regency in 2015 was 0.97 with a population density of 1,057 per km2.

Source: BPS, Central Java in Figures 2016

EMPLOYMENT

The number of labor force in Semarang Regency in 2015 amounted to 579,075 people.

With a working labor force amount of 564,211 people and an open unemployment number of 14,864 people. As for the number of non-workforce in Semarang regency in 2015 as many as 189,641 inhabitants. The Regency/City Minimum Wage (UMK) in Semarang Regency in 2015 was Rp 1.419.000 while the UMK in 2016 amounted to Rp. 1.610.000.

Source: BPS, Central Java in Figures 2016

EDUCATION

The general educational facilities in Semarang Regency are as follows: o Kindergarten facilities amounted to 338 schools. There is only one government-owned kindergarten, located in Bergas Sub-district. Others are privately managed.

  • School for children with special needs (SLB) in Semarang Regency only amounted to 13 schools (2 government-owned SLB and 11 Private SLB).
  • Elementary School facilities are mostly owned by the government, amounting to 501 schools and only 32 private-elementary schools.
  • Junior High School facilities amounted to 94 schools in the year 2009 which is 51 Government-owned Junior High School and 43 Private Junior High School,
  • Senior High school facilities amounted to 25 schools in which the government owned senior high school is only 11 schools.
  • Public universities in Semarang Regency is amounted to four Universities/academy, three universities are located in the Getasan Sub-district, while one university is in Ungaran Barat Sub-district.
  • Non-formal and Informal Education Facilities amounted to two SKB (Learning Activities Studio), namely UPTD SKB (Unit Pelaksana Teknis Daerah – Sanggar Kegiatan Belajar) Ungaran or Regional Technical Executing Unit – Studio of Learning Activities and UPTD SKB Susukan.
  • As for religious education, the facilities are as follows:
    • The number of religious education facilities of Madrasah Ibtidaiyah (MI) in Semarang Regency amounted to 162 schools consisting of 6 State-owned MI and 156 Private MI.

Most in the Ungaran Barat Sub-district and the smallest in Pringapus Sub-district.

  • Religious education facilities of Madrasah Tsanawiyah (MTs) recorded as many as 32 schools consisting of 1 state-owned MTs and 31 Private MTs and most are in District Ungaran West.
  • Religious education facilities of Madrasah Aliyah is recorded as many as 7 schoos consisting of 2 State-owned MA and 5 private MA.
  • There is also one Islamic Higher Education in Semarang Regency and three Christian Higher Education with private ownership status.

Source: https://id.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabupaten_Semarang

ADVANTAGES

Achievement Potential

TOURIST ATTRACTION

Gedong Songo Temple

Gedong Songo Temple is the name of a temple complex of Hindu cultural heritage located at the Candi village, in Bandungan Sub-district, on the slopes of Mount Ungaran to be exact.

there are nine individual temples in the temple complex. This temple was discovered by Raffles in 1804 and is a relic of Hindu culture from the 9th century of Syailendra Dynasty (year 927 AD). This temple has similarities with the Dieng temple complex in Wonosobo.

This temple is located at an altitude of about 1,200 m above sea level so that the air temperature here is quite cold (ranging from 19-27°C). The location of the nine temples are scattered on the slopes of Mount Ungaran in which has beautiful natural scenery. In addition, this tourist attraction is also equipped with hot waters from a sulfur-containingspring, camping areas, and horse-riding tours. To Gedong Songo, Visitors would need to take a 40 minutes of land travel from the city of Ambarawa, through steep climbs, with a high angle of inclination (average reaches 40°). However, the location of the temple can easily be reached within 10 minutes of Bandungan attractions.

Here's a list of mileage to this temple.

  • Gedong Songo - Ungaran: 25 km
  • Gedong Songo - Ambarawa: 15 km
  • Gedong Songo - Semarang: 45 km

Curug Lawe

Curug Lawe is a waterfall located in Ungaran Mountain Area in Semarang.

The water is really clear and ~of course~ the natural condition surrounding Curug Lawe is also very beautiful. Curug Lawe and Benowo are on the north side of the children of Mount Ungaran and become the headwaters of Kali Banjir Kanal Barat or Kali Garang in the Semarang City. It is called Curug Lawe because the water falling from the steep cliff looks like white threads, which in Java language is called lawe. Another version describes that the name Curug Lawe because it is said that the number of waterfalls that exist, from the largest to the smallest, is 25, which is pronounce as Selawe in the Javanese language.

Curug Lawe is located not far from Semarang City in the Kalisidi Village, Now Mount Pati, in the Ungaran Barat Sub-district, just 12 km from the Semarang city or 7 km from the Ungaran Sub-district. From Ungaran (alun-alun), visitors should take the direction to Mapagan through a short-cut road to Boja.

Upon arriving at Boja, take a left turn in the Mount Sumur village which is also not too far from Unnes or Universitas Negeri Semarang’s campus (now in Mount Pati). The road condition from Ungaran to Kalisidi village has now been paved. Furthermore, from the junction of the Mount Sumur is continued to the south to the Zanzibar clove plantation, about 3 km along the makadam road which is going to an uphill condition with a slope angle varies between 25° – 45°. Visitors can park their vehicles near the guest house upon arriving at the Zanzibar clove plantation,

The distance from the parking lot to the two curug is pretty much only about 30 minutes of walk. with relatively flat path conditions, there’s only a meaningless slight incline. There are two paths to get there, the old lane and the new lane. the old lane will get visitors to pass through the water channel and an irrigation bridge with a very steep cliff on the left side.

On the other hand, if visitors choose the new lane, the path will pass Sendang Pengantin then down toward the dam along the river bank. After around 10 minutes from the dam, visitor will meet two branches to choose, left will be towards Curug Lawe while right will be towards Curug Benowo. Fortunately, now there is a direct way through between and to the two waterfall without returning to the original branch.

Ambarawa Railway Museum

Ambarawa Railway Museum is a railway station that is now converted into a railway museum in Ambarawa Sub-district. The Museum has all the completeness of Central Java’s railroad in their heyday. Three of their steam locomotives, number B 2502 and B 2503 made by Maschinenfabrik Esslingen, as well as B 5112 made by Hannoversche Maschinenbau AG, are still operational as tourist trains. The tourist train itself is very unique. The jagged steam train used for Ambarawa – Bedono line is one of the three remaining in the world. Two of them are in Switzerland and India. Furthermore, beside the aforementioned unique collections, visitors can also see various other types of steam locomotives from the B series, C, D, to the largest CC types (CC 5029, Schweizerische Lokomotiv und Maschinenfabrik / Swiss Locomotive and Machine Works) in the museum yard.

This museum serves tourist train Ambarawa–Bedono round trip route, Ambarawa–Tuntang round trip route and tourist lorries Ambarawa–Tuntang round trip route. AmbarawaBedono round trip train tour or better known as Ambarawa Railway Mountain Tour operates from this museum to Bedono Station which is 35 km distance and took 1 hour to get to that station. This train passes the jagged rail that is only exist here and in Sawahlunto.

The panorama of natural beauty such as the green valley between Mount Ungaran and Mount Merbabu can be witnessed along the way.

The view to be enjoyed from the train in the Ambarawa–Tuntang lane is also no less mesmerizing. This train departs from the Ambarawa station to Tuntang Station which is only about 7 km from the museum. Along the journey passengers are entertained by the charming landscape of rice fields and fields with the background of Mount Ungaran, Mount Merbabu, and Rawa Pening in the distance. The train route has actually existed for a long time, but it was closed in the 1980s because of damaged infrastructure.

Currently the price for the train ticket is Rp50,000 per person, while for the lorry it is Rp10.000 per person.

Umbul Sidomukti

Umbul Sidomukti is a tourist attraction that offers natural beauty. Flanked by gorges on both sides and located at an altitude of 1200 m above sea level, on the slopes of Mount Ungaran.

Yes, you can imagine how cold it is to be in this region. Its location is relatively close to the Gedong Songo Temple Complex, but you are relatively closer if you are from the direction of Semarang city. For first time visitors, this tourist attraction might be a bit difficult to find due to the lack of adequate road direction signs or road guidance to the location. However, thankfully all residents in the Bandungan Sub-districts are no strangers to Umbul Sidomukti and know exactly where this tourist attraction is.

So if you feel that you are lost, no need to panic, please ask the local for direction especially when you are already in the Bandungan Sub-district.

With swimming pools spreading all over the green hills, visitors may feel like they are swimming in the clouds just by looking at the scenery below. With the natural conditions still intact and well preserved, it is not surprising to see that the water is very clear and clean. Surely it is very cold as well even though visitors swim in the pool during the afternoon. However, again, do not worry about the cold because there are many other facilities and entertainment provided. Visitors can stay cozy in the modern architectural villas provided in this tourist attraction whenever they are tired of swimming for example, or to eat the cuisine and to drink the drinks provided at the restaurant that is still right on the edge of the swimming pool.

For visitors who do not like to swim in cold water, you can sightsee the strawberry farm sprawled down below, or, you can try the challenging outdoor game provided, such as 'flying fox' which stretch from one hill to another, or, for even more adrenaline rush, you can try this new game of ATV rides. Visitors can satisfy their adrenaline thirst by going down the hills of strawberries and vegetables with this four-wheeled motor vehicle. While traveling around on the ATV, visitors are allowed pick ripe strawberries. you can also bring home some boxes of strawberries as souvenir for the loved one at home if you want, for a very good bargain!

Rawa Pening or Pening Swamp

This tourism object is a lake with a total area of ​​about 2,670 ha, located in Ambarawa, Bawen, Tuntang, and Banyubiru Sub-district. This lake is located in the lowest basin of the slopes of Mount Merbabu, Mount Telomoyo, and Mount Ungaran. Although almost all of the surface of the water is now covered with ‘eceng gondok’ or water hyacinth, visitors can still enjoy the beautiful panorama presented in the Rawa Pening. There are still many local people who are looking for fish in this lake with small boats through the water hyacinth plant.

Today, efforts to overcome the widespread of water hyacinth continue to be done, among them are the regular cleaning of the lake and the provision of training on the utilization of water hyacinth for the local community to be used as creative handicrafts. The webbing of water hyacinth can be utilized into chairs, bags, and various other crafts. Of course, other than empowering the economy of the local community, these various efforts are made in the intention to restore back Rawa Pening as a clear lake as the word "pening" which means bening or clear.

Viewed from history, the story of the lake is actually not separated from the Baru Klinthing legend that developed in the surrounding community. According to the legend, Rawa Pening is formed from the jets of water flowing from the former lidi cabbage done by a boy named Baru Klinthing. Regardless of whether or not the legend is true, Rawa Pening is a water attraction that becomes the "jujuk" or THE place to go for the mancing mania or the fishing enthusiast.

Most anglers hunt ikan gabus or the snakehead fish which is widely available in this lake and can be processed into a mouth watering delicacies. However, for those who do not want to bother catching a fish, they can still enjoy the experience of eating this typical freshwater fish culinary because there are many food stalls in the area that offer snakehead cuisine as well as the panoramic beauty Rawa Pening.

LICENSE AND FINANCING

BPMPPTSP Semarang Regency is the ‘Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu’ or One Stop Investment and Integrated Licensing Body of Semarang Regency that provides services in basic licensing, business licensing, and non-basic licensing and business licensing in Semarang regency.

Capital Investment Package Registration Procedure

a. Registration. Prospective Investors to register on the Online capital package application, through the Registration page. Prospective Investors who have signed up will get a username and password that will be used to fill out the form.

b. Filling-in form. Completing the Form by previously logging in with the given username and password.

c. Print the forms. The forms are then printed on A4 paper. To print, go to the print menu.

This menu will appear if you are already logged in. the printed forms are subsequently stamped and then signed, will then be sent along with other requirements of other terms.

d. Submit form and the completeness of requirements. After printing the forms then the forms are sent via e-mail along with other required files. the e-mail address is "bpmpptsp@semarangkab.go.id". files and other requirements can be seen in the Information menu about terms and completeness.

Address: Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 104 A Ungaran Barat, Semarang regency. 50511 Email: kppt@semarangkab.go.id

Phone and Fax: (024) 6921908 and (024) 6926911

Site: http://semarangkab.go.id/skpd/kpmpt

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

TOURISM SECTOR

Development of Senjoyo Tourist Attraction

a. Background

Semarang Regency has the potential of natural resources that is very productive and promising, which is the potential of tourist attraction. Featured strategic tourist attractions to be developed, one of them, is the Senjoyo area. The potentials in Senjoyo Region, among others, are the abundant supply of fresh and clean water source that would make swimming pool operation is much more cost efficient; cool air and an unspoiled natural conditions; an existing brand/tour embryo since Senjoyo is already known as a nature tourist attraction; recreational activities around Senjoyo, namely motocross, horse racing, camping and ritual tours; strategic location; and its potential of future opportunity when the Semarang - Solo toll road construction started.

b. Project Scope

Main activities offered: international standard swimming pool, children swimming pool, stream pool, waterboom (water slide ride), artificial rock climbing & flying fox, cable car, fresh water aquarium, water party pool, water bike pool, nature tourism and religious tourism. Supporting activities are: restaurants, fishing area, lodging, sports facilities, tourist park and souvenir centre.

c. Location

Tegal Waton Village. Tengaran Sub-district, with 4 Ha of land.

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated value of investment: Rp 185 Billion

e. Investment Scheme

Cooperation with Semarang Regency Government under BOT scheme (Build, Operate, Transfer)

f. Contact Person

Fajar Artiwi, SH

Head of Registration, Data, Promotion and Development Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Semarang Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu)

Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 104 Ungaran

Tel / Fax: +6224 6921908 / +6224 6926911

Mobile: +6281390261410

Email:bpmpptspkabsmg@yahoo.com/fajarartiwi02@gmail.com www.semarangkab.go.id/skpd/kpmpt

The Development of Wahana Wisata Jateng Park in Semarang Regency

a. Background

Central Java Province is one of the provinces that become a tourist destination.

As one of the Tourism Destinations itself, in order to support the achievement of Indonesia's tourism objectives, Central Java has undertaken various tourism development activities by utilizing all its nature beauties and natural wealth. However, Central Java currently does not have an integrated plan of natural tourism project to be the pride of the people of Central Java. Therefore, it is an investment opportunity for the private sectors together with the government of Central Java Province to build and develop the project.

b. Project Scope

Natural tourism project integrated with planned rides, such as:

  • Plaza Park
  • Theme Park
  • Cultural Park
  • Water Park
  • Eco Safari Park
  • Eco Lodge
  • Retention Lake

c. Location

The area of ​​KPH (Kesatuan Pemangkuan Hutan) Semarang, BKPH (Bagian Kesatuan Pemangkuan Hutan) Penggaron, RPH (Resort Pemangkuan Hutan) SusukanGedawang or at Susukan Village, Ungaran Sub-district, in Semarang Regency to be exact.

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated value of investment: Rp 3 Trillion

e. Investment Scheme

Cooperation with 35 years’ concession period

f. Contact Person

Syafruddin

Bureau of Production Development of Central Java Province (Biro Bina Produksi Provinsi Jawa Tengah)

Jl. Pahlawan No. 9 Semarang

Tel / Fax: +6224 8311266

Mobile: +6281326603692

Email: subbaghut.binprod@gmail.com

Rawa Pening Tourist Attraction

a. Aim

The purpose and the objective of preparing the Master Plan of Rawa Pening area is to arrange a new tourism development plan that is environmentally friendly at Lopait village, Tuntang Sub-district, in Semarang Regency, which will also be integrated with other tourist attractions that already exist in the surrounding area around Rawa Pening, which is expected to become the new icon of tourism of Semarang Regency.

b. Location

The area of ​​activities of the preparation of the Master Plan of Rawa Pening Tourism Area is based on the result of the Feasibility Study of Rawa Pening in 2010 (Rawa Pening and the surrounding area). However, the planned artificial tourism potential will also utilize the potential of natural tourism and local community factors in agriculture, fisheries and small industries, therefore, it will be that the chosen location planning takes advantage of each other.

c. Investment Value

Estimated Investment Value: Rp. 60,000,000,000.00

d. Aspects of Planning

 

e. Contact Person

Fajar Artiwi, SH

Head of Registration, Data, Promotion and Development Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Semarang Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu)

Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 104 Ungaran

Tel / Fax: +6224 6921908 / +6224 6926911

Mobile: +6281390261410

Email:bpmpptspkabsmg@yahoo.com/fajarartiwi02@gmail.com

www.semarangkab.go.id/skpd/kpmpt

Gedong Songo Temple Tourist Attraction

a. Background

Gedongsongo is an archaeological site area owned by the ‘Balai Pelestarian Peninggalan Purbakala’ or Hall of Preservation of Archaeological Heritage (BP3) Prambanan. This location is located in Ambarawa Subdistrict, a total area of ​​25 Ha, with details of 1.5 Ha belonging to Semarang Regency Government, Assets owned by ‘Balai Pelestarian Peninggalan Purbakala’ (BP3) Prambanan is 21 Ha and 2.5 Ha belongs to Perhutani.

b. Potential Opportunity Capacity

The utilization of hot springs, the arrangement of the camping ground location with its entrance, improvement of the road condition towards the temple, tourism, improvement of road-between- temples facilities and its equipment, addition of public toilets and electric lighting, construction of physical facility in the form of flower/fruit garden or orchard (agrotourism), children playground and cable car.

c. Location

Gedong Songo Temple Tourist Attraction is located at the Candi Village, of Bandungan Subdistrict.

d. Supporting Facilities

Road, electricity, telephone, water, transportation, and labor (Suggested by supporters on this site).

e. Investment Value

The required investment value is Rp. 10,000,000,000.00.

f. Promotion and cooperation required:

  • Capital: Financing the development and management by the investor
  • Technology: Place Design is available, technology development by investor
  • Marketing: Local Government and Investor

g. Facilities

The current and existing facilities are the nine temple buildings, but there are only six temples built in the IX century year 927 AD by the kings of Wangsa Senjaya (Senjaya Dynasty) that are still intact or still in a good condition today.

h. Contact Person

Fajar Artiwi, SH

Head of Registration, Data, Promotion and Development Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Semarang Regency (One Stop Service of Semarang Regency) Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 104 Ungaran

Tel / Fax: +6224 6921908 / +6224 6926911, Mobile: +6281390261410

Email: bpmpptspkabsmg@yahoo.com / fajarartiwi02@gmail.com

www.semarangkab.go.id/skpd/kpmpt

INDUSTRY SECTOR

Tengaran Industrial Estate Areas

a. Background

The industrial estate of Tengaran Sub-district has a land area of ​​119 ha.

b. Location

Located at Butuh Village and Patemon Village, Tengaran Sub-district, in Semarang Regency.

c. Allotment

Available lot of land are as follows:

  • Large lot: 7,800 m 2 for 36 units
  • Medium lot: 5,400 m 2 of 32 units
  • Small lot: 3,500 m 2 of 74 units

d. Infrastructure

The available infrastructure is as follows:

  • Access to primary artery road: 2 km
  • Integrated IPAL ‘instalasi pengolahan air limbah’ atau wastewater treatment plant
  • Commercial area
  • RTH or ‘Ruang Terbuka Hijau’ or Green Open Space

e. Financial Aspects

The required investment: Rp. 266 billion.

The price of land in this area is Rp. 100,000 - 200,000/m 2 . Selling Price of Rp. 355.000/m 2

NPV +, IRR of 20.70%.

Pringapus Industrial Estate

a. Background

Pringapus industrial area is an industrial area with an area of ​​267.79 ha.

b. Location

Located at Klepu Village, Pringsari Village & Wonoyoso Village, in Pringapus Sub-district, Semarang Regency. Access from Karangjati toll gate 3 km

c. Investment Value

The required investment value is Rp. 595,000,000,000.00.

d. Industrial capacity plan

  • Large Lot: 10. 000 m 2 of 80 units
  • Medium Lot: 5000 m 2 of 120 units
  • Small Lot: 2,000 m 2 of 200 units

e. Supporting Facilities

WWTP (waste water treatment plant), TPS, Trade Center, commercial, RTH, and other infrastructure.

f. The land price

Land Price: Rp. 100.000-200.000/m 2

Selling price of the Lot: Rp. 350.000 – 400.000/m 2 g. Contact Person

Fajar Artiwi, SH

Head of Registration, Data, Promotion and Development Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Semarang Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu)

Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 104 Ungaran

Tel / Fax: +6224 6921908 / +6224 6926911

Mobile: +6281390261410

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Bawen Industrial Estate

a. Background

Bawen Industrial Estate is an industrial area with an area of ​​183 ha for 269 units.

b. Location

Located in Harjosari Administrative village & Lemahireng Village in Bawen Sub-district (location on the edge of motorway)

c. Infrastructure

  • Direct access to primary arteries & amp; Highway.
  • Clean water from PT. Sarana Tirta Ungaran.
  • Integrated IPAL with TPA Blondo.
  • Commercial
  • RTH (Green Open Space)

d. Financial Aspects

  • Investment Rp. 589 billion
  • Land price Rp. 100.000 – 200.000/ m 2
  • Sale Price of Rp. 355.000/m 2
  • NPV +, IRR 14.22%

e. Allotment

The available lots in this Industrial Zone are as follows:

  • Large Capling: 9,600 m 2
  • Medium Caps: 5,400 m 2
  • Small Capling: 2,400 m 2
  • Micro Capsule: 1,200 m 2

f. Contact Person

Fajar Artiwi, SH

Head of Registration, Data, Promotion and Development Board of Investment and Integrated Licensing Service of Semarang Regency (Badan Penanaman Modal dan Pelayanan Perizinan Terpadu Satu Pintu)

Jl. Gatot Subroto No. 104 Ungaran

Tel / Fax: +6224 6921908 / +6224 6926911

Mobile: +6281390261410

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SECTOR OF AGRICULTURE

CHRYSANTHEMUM FLOWER

a. Background

Sri Rejeki Farmer Group manages 15.6 ha of land consisting of paddy fields, moor and yard.

On the other hand, the cultivated land for the chrysanthemum flower is an area of ​​5 – 6 ha.

The Soil type used for this plant is latosol and with its topography is flat to hill, up to 850 m asl. The types of flowers planted by this group are: Super Yellow, Ragatta White, Lameet, 722, Super White, Semifill, Puma White, Shamrock, M2000, Ragatta Yellow Poktan. Sri Rejeki has produced various types of chrysanthemums, both standard and sprey, and likewise the color also varies. This chrysanthemum product has fulfilled the needs of local market and other big cities, such as: Yogyakarta, Semarang, Surabaya, Solo, Ponorogo, Salatiga and Magetan. Regular marketing is done 3 times a week, every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday.

In 2010, the total production of chrysanthemum is 11,016,000 stalks. since the unit price at that time was Rp.1.000, - then the total revenue during the year 2010 was Rp 11.016.000.000. Chrysanthemum farming is indeed requiring a large amount of capital, therefore farmers/groups of farmers have taken advantage of the access to several financial institutions (BRI, BPR, Cooperative), offices / related agencies) for their business.

Chrysanthemum cultivation business conducted by Sri Rejeki Farmer Group who is domiciled in Ngasem Hamlet, Jetis Village, Bandungan Sub-district. This Farmer Group was established in 1981 and began to be known by many for their chrysanthemums on 2002.

The farmer group is led by a group leader, with members of 35 farmers.

b. Investment Value

The estimated investment value: Rp. 2,000,000,000

c. Potential Opportunity Capacity

Development of independent cultivation business /Sri Rejeki will accommodate the harvest from the community’s cultivation, there will be a transfer of knowledge for each stage of this business: pemblbltan or nurseries, penangkaran or breeding, packing, provision of cooling equipment, with access to showroom and information center.

d. Location

Located in Kenteng Village, Candi administrative village, Bandungan Sub-district, and Baran administrative village in Ambarawa Sub-district.

e. Facilities

Existing facilities include: road, electricity, telephone, water, transportation, labor

f. Promotion and Cooperation Required

  • Capital: Financing the development and management by investor
  • Technology: Business design is available, technology development by investors
  • Marketing: Local Government and Investors

Biopharmacy

a. Investment Value:

Rp. 2,000,000,000

b. Potential Opportunity Capacity

Development of cultivation of medicinal plants, utilization of yard/community fields, development of medicinal plant gardens.

c. Location

Jambu Village, in Jambu Sub-District, Kemawi Village and Losari Village in Sumowono Subdistrict

d. Facilities

Road 2 Km Class III

  • Available: 167 x 2 km
  • Needed: 10 x 2 km
  • Proposed: 10 x 2 km
  • Cost Plan: Rp. 260.000.000,
  • Source of Funding from APBD Kab / Kota: Rp. 260.000.000, Electricity
  • Available: 15.770.279 kva
  • Needed: 62,400 kva
  • Proposed: 62,400 kva
  • Cost Plan: Rp. 52.000.000,
  • Source of Funding Society / Business World: Rp. 52.000.000, Water
  • Available: 1,542 l / dt
  • Needed: 20 l / dt
  • Proposed: 20 l / dt
  • Cost Plan: Rp. 10.000.000,
  • Source of Funding Society / Business World: Rp. 10.000.000, Telephone
  • Available: 89 sst
  • Needed: 20 sst
  • Proposed: 20 sst
  • Cost Plan: Rp. 20.000.000,
  • Source of Funding Society / Business World: Rp. 20,000,000,

e. Promotion and Cooperation Required:

  • Capital: Financing the development and management by investor
  • Technology: Business design is available, technology development by investor.
  • Marketing: Local Government and Investor.
  • Supporting raw materials for herbal medicine industry: PT. Sido Muncul, PT Jamu Nyonya Meneer and PT. Jamu Jago.

Milk Processing Industry (industry Pengolahan Susu, IPS)

a. Background

The amount of milk production in Semarang Regency is very supportive if to built fresh milk processing industry whether if it used pasteurization, UHT or others. Semarang Regency and Boyolali Regency, both, are the biggest dairy producing regecies in Central Java and with the concept of adjacent Regencies, that they can support each other to support the existence of the IPS.

Some opportunities that could encourage the growth of milk processing industry are:

1. The availability of continuous raw materials so as to support the sustainability of production.

2. The existence of market guarantee, either locally, regionally or nationally.

3. Support from the government that is promoting rural agro-industry movement through capital assistance programs, milk handling and processing equipment.

4. Launching of Fresh Milk Drinking Movement for School Children and Employees.

5. Institutional support:

  • Farmers organization, cooperatives.
  • Partnership of banking and farmer groups - Farmers' partnership with suppliers and product processors.

Milk that is accommodated by KUD in Semarang Regency is marketed directly to Dairy Processing Industry (IPS) that is:

  • PT. INDOMILK
  • INDOLAKTO
  • NESTLE
  • SGM

b. Investment Value

Investment value of Rp 5,000,000,000, -

c. Potential Opportunity Capacity

Cattle milk production on an average of 65.000 litres per day, marketed by KUD or by farmers themselves

d. Location

Getasan Sub-district

e. Facilities and infrastructure to support dairy farm development in Semarang Regency are:

  1. The availability of animal health centres in several sub-districts.
  2. The availability of veterinarian or animal medical personal
  3. The presence of laboratory testing of milk quality.
  4. The formation of dairy and cooperative groups that have been equipped with milk test equipment and cooling unit.
  5. Banking institutions that provide capital assistance for farmers.

f. Promotion and Cooperation required

  • Capital: Financing the development and management by investor.
  • Technology: Processing technology by investor.
  • Marketing: local government and investors.

Cattle Feed Processing Factory

a. Background

The size of the demand of beef from the beef consumption by the people of Semarang Regency and the surrounding cities such as Semarang, Salatiga, Surakarta and Magelang per day is quite large and it will keep increasing along with the increased population. Therefore, the cow processing business is becoming quite prospectic in Semarang Regency. We can also understand the increased need of cattle feed in the Semarang Regency and its surrounding areas through the following calculation: Since the weight assumption on each cow is 400kg, while the DAILY feed for each cow is as much as 5% of the weight of the cow, therefore, the daily need of feed for each cow is as much as 20kg. The number of cattle just in the Semarang Regency is as many as 97,172.

Therefore, the need for the cattle feed is 1.943.440 kg per day.

driven from the increased beef consumption

b. Investment Value

Investment value of Rp. 3,000,000,000,

c. Potential Opportunity Capacity

Business Development of Cow Feed Processing.

d. Location

Getasan Sub-District, Sumowono Sub-district, Jambu Sub-district, Pabelan Sub-District, Tengaran Sub-District, Bringin Sub-District and Susukan Sub-District.

e. Supporting Facilities

Roads, electricity, telephones, water, transportation, and labor.

f. Promotion and Cooperation required:

  • Capital: Financing the development and management by the investor.
  • Technology: Technology processing by investor.
  • Marketing: local government and investors.

Development of Cattle Business

a. Background

The microclimate conditions of most of Semarang regency are quite cool and suitable for the development of cattle breeding. This regency has several central areas of dairy farms as well as beef cattle farms, spread in 11 sub-districts.

For the production of milk from dairy farm, the production from people’s dairy farm from just five sub-districts’ of Semarang Regency, namely Getasan yielded 13,585,894 litres, Tengaran yielded 1,565,423 litres, Ungaran yielded 1,296,358 litres, Tuntang yielded 1,205,862 litres, and Jambu yielded 776,826 litres. This is why Semarang regency is included in the potential areas of dairy farm development known as the ‘JALUR SUSU’ or the Milk Road and the establishment of CITA NASIONAL milk processing factory in 2000 is also in Getasan Subdistrict in Semarang regency.

However, dairy farmers still have to submit their their milk to the subsequent KUD (village unit cooperative, which sometimes is a slow and time consuming process) before deposited to the milk processing plant. The lengthy chain of stages of the dairy before being processed in the factory makes the income of dairy farmers stagnan.

b. Investment Value

Investment value of Rp. 5,000,000,000,

c. Potential Opportunity Capacity

modern management/integrated business development and intensive cattle farming to increase cattle’s dairy production while shortening the time needed to get into the milk factory, thus, the efficiency will improve the welfare of the farmers.

d. Location

Located in the District of Tengaran, Getasan, Bringin, Tuntang, and Susukan.

e. Supporting Facilities

Road, electricity, telephone, water, transportation, labor.

f. Promotion and Cooperation required:

  • Capital: Financing the development and management by the investor.
  • Technology: Technology processing by investor.
  • Marketing: local government and investors.

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