Temanggung Regency

Temanggung Regency is a regency in Central Java Province in which its capital is in Temanggung Sub-district and borders with Kendal regency in the north, Semarang regency in the east, Magelang regency in the south, and Wonosobo regency in the west.

HISTORY

The history of Temanggung is always associated with a King of Ancient Mataram kingdom named Rakai Pikatan. The name Pikatan itself is used to call an area that is the location of the spring at the Mudal village in Temanggung Sub-district. Here also lies the ruin of ancient rock relics believed to be the ‘petilasan’ or resting place of king Rakai Pikatan.

Temanggung’s ancient record history was first to be recorded on the inscription of Wanua Tengah III in 908 AD which was found by residents of Dunglo Hamlet, Gandulan Village, Kaloran Temanggung Sub-district in November 1983. The inscription depicts that Temanggung was originally in the form of a kademangan or a village government which were “gemah ripah loh jinawi” means abundant natural wealth (which is a phrase that is an expression to describe the state of the land) where part of the region is Pikatan.

Here founded the Hindu Vihara or monastery by the sister of the king of Ancient Mataram Rahyangta I Hara. the King is Rahyangta Rimdang (King Sanjaya) who ascended the throne in 717 AD (Mantyasih Stone Inscription). It was by the heir to the throne of Rake Panangkaran who ascended the throne on November 27, 746 AD, that Vihara Pikatan obtains a crook in Sima Paddyfield. Which is could be related to the Gondosuli inscription where there is a clear picture that from Temanggung Regency extends westward to Bulu sub-district and beyond is a fertile and serene region (it marked where Pikatan Vihara is).

King Sanjaya's successor who was Rakai Panangkaran whom ascended the throne on 27 November 746 AD, reigned for approximately 38 years. In Angling Dharma legend, the palace is thought to be in Kedu (Bojonegoro village) because it was in this (Bojonegoro) village that ruins of a relic was found and it was also this (Kedu) region that a village named Kademangan village was found as well.

Rakai Panangkaran's successor was then Rakai Panunggalan who ascended the throne on April 1, 784 and ended on March 28, 803. Rakai Panunggalan enthroned in Panaraban which is now Parakan sub-district. Here also found another ‘Kademangan’ village and unidentied ashes in Pakurejo Village in Bulu sub-district.

Furthermore, Rakai Panunggalan was then replaced by Rakai Warak who (is estimated to) live in Tembarak Sub-district. Here found ruins around Menggoro Mosque, the ruins of a temple, and another Kademangan village as well.

Rakai warak's successor is Rakai Garung who reigned on January 24, 828 AD to February 22, 847 AD. The new king was an expert in the building of temples for astronomy science (astrology) purpose. He created a calendar system for cropping purposes that is still used today. It was because of his knowledge and his intelligence that the King of Sriwijaya of that time want to use it to create a temple. But Rakai Garung did not aid the King of Sriwijaya, even though his life was being threatened. Then Rakai Garung was replaced by Rakai Pikatan who then settled in Temanggung. Here found the stone inscription of Tlasri and Wanua Tengah III. There are many other ruins of ancient objects such as Lumpang Joni and sculptures scattered in Temanggung Sub-district area. Here also found another Demangan village.

From the book history, I Wayan badrika, mentioned that Rakai Pikatan as the king of Ancient Mataram wish to control the region of Central Java. But Rakai Pikatan did not dare to directly seize the power from King of Bala Putra Dewa as the ruler of Syailendra kingdom.

Therefore, to achieve that purpose, Rakai Pikatan make a strategic move by marrying Dyah Pramudha Wardani, the elder sister of King Bala Putra Dewa, with the aim to have a strong influence in the kingdom of Syailendra. In addition, Rakai Pikatan also amass the strengths that exist in both of the region, both the soldiers and senopati and also raise the fund which was derived from demang as tributes. He managed to gain support from the Demang Gong, that was entrusted to collect tribute for the other demang, who was also has the widest area, Demang Gong.

Rakai Pikatan gathered an army and went to the kingdom of Syailendra on May 27, 855 AD to attack. In this attack, Rakai Pikatan was assisted by Kayu Wangi.

After the successful attack, he handed over the kingdom to be under the rule of his trusted follower who is of the rank of demang. From the word demang and kademangan area then came the name Ndemanggung which eventually changed to the name Temanggung.

Temanggung's historical record comes from:

  1. Wanua Tengah III Inscription, Archaeological Period year 1994 page 87 explains that Rakai Pikatan declared dead on 27 May 855 M.
  2. Siwagrha inscription (translation by Casparis, Archaeological Period year 1956 page 288), explain that Rakai Pikatan resigned in 856 M.
  3. Nalanda inscription year 860 (translation by Casparis, Archaeological Period year 1956 page 289 - 294), explain that Balaputra god defeated war by Rakai Pikatan and Kayu Wangi.
  4. Wanua Tengah III Inscription, Archaeological Period year 1994 page 89, Rakai Kayu Wangi ascended the throne on 27 May 855 M.
  5. In I Wayan Badrika's book on page 154, Pramudya Wardani married Rakai Pikatan and ascended the throne in the year 856 AD. Balaputra Dewa was defeated by Pramudha wardani assisted by Rakai Pikatan (Ratu Boko stone Inscription) in 856 AD From the note above, can be concluded that in the battle against Balaputra Dewa, Rakai Pikatan was assisted his son Kayu Wangi.

After the war, Rakai Pikatan raised his son Kayu Wangi to be his successor in the Ancient Mataram kingdom, he then resigned and left Mataram to marry Pramudha Wardani.

Based on the Decree of the Commissioner General of the Dutch East Indies, Number 11 On April 7, 1826, Raden Ngabehi Djojonegoro was designated as the Regent of Menoreh based in Parakan, with the title of Raden Tumenggung Aria Djojonegoro.

After the Diponegoro war ended, he then moved the Capital to Temanggung Regency. This transfer policy is based on several things; Firstly, there is a view of the Javanese people mostly at that time, that if capital that had been attacked and occupied by the enemy, the capital was deemed to have been tarnished and needed to be abandoned.

Secondly, Menoreh District a region as the origin of the name of Menoreh Regency, has long been merged with Magelang regency, so the name of Menoreh Regency is not appropriate anymore. Given this, on the basis of the proposal from Raden Tumenggung Aria Djojonegoro, through Residen of Kedu to the Dutch East Indies Government in Batavia, it was approved and determined that the name of Menoreh Regency changed to Temanggung Regency. This Agreement took the form of Government of Netherlands Indies Resolution No. 4 dated November 10, 1834.

Considering that the anniversary of the region is the beginning of the journey of history, in order to know all levels of society, in order to spur the spirit of development of the region, the Government of Dati II Temanggung assigned to DPD II KNPI Temanggung District to hold tracking of history and seminar on Temanggung Regency Anniversary. From the results of the seminar on 21 October 1985, which was followed by Historian, Cultural and Community Leaders, Armed Forces, Spiritual leaders, Clerics, District Office/State Institution/Community Institution, and others, it was stipulated that November 10, 1834 as Temanggung Regency Anniversary.

GEOGRAPHICAL CONDITIONS

Temanggung Regency is located right in the middle of Central Java Province with North to South stretch 34,375 Km and East to West 43,437 Km. Temanggung regency is astronomically located between 110° 23' – 110°46'30 "E and 7°14' – 7°32'35" S with an area of ​​870.65 km 2 (87,065 ha 2 ). The administrative boundaries of Temanggung Regency are as follows:

o in the north bordering Kendal Regency and Semarang regency o in the east it is bordered by Semarang regency and Magelang regency o in the south bordering Magelang regency

o in the western borders of Wonosobo regency, Temanggung Regency is geo-economically traversed by three economic activity centers, namely Semarang (77 Km), Yogyakarta (64 Km), and Purwokerto (134 Km).

ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRIBUTION

District in Temanggung Regency as many as 20 districts are as follows:

  • Bansari
  • Bejen
  • Bulu
  • Candiroto
  • Gemawang
  • Jumo
  • Kaloran
  • Kandangan
  • Kedu
  • Kledung
  • Kranggan
  • Ngadirejo
  • Parakan
  • Pringsurat
  • Selopampang
  • Temanggung
  • Tembarak
  • Tlogomulyo
  • Tretep
  • Wonoboyo

CLIMATE

Temanggung Regency has tropical climate with two seasons: dry season between April to September and rainy season between October to March with the annual rainfall is generally high. Temanggung Regency generally has a cold air where the mountain air ranges between 20°C – 30°C. The cool-aired areas especially in the Tretep Sub-district, Bulu Sub-district (Slope of Mount Sumbing), Tembarak Sub-district, Ngadirejo Sub-district and Candiroto Subdistrict.

TOPOGRAPHY

The contour and surface of areas of ​​Temanggung Regency includes the highlands. The topographic pattern of the region in general resembles a giant basin or depression that opens in the Southeast, in the South and West is bounded by two mountains of Sumbing Mountain (3,260 m asl) and Mount Sindoro (3,151 m asl). In the North it is bounded by a small mountain range stretching from the Northeast to the South East. With such topography, the area of ​​Temanggung Regency has a very diverse surface in terms of height and area width/ region width.

Most of the regency is located at an altitude of 500 m 1450 m (24.3%), the area is the slopes of Sindoro and Sumbing mountains stretching from the south side, west to north of the region.

GEOLOGY

Geomorphologically, Temanggung is a complex, ranging from plains, hills, mountains, valleys and mountains with a slope angle between 0% -70% (ramps up to very steep). Temanggung Regency has two mountains, namely Mount Sindoro and Mount Sumbing, with their erupsion stage from young to old.

Source:

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POPULATION

The population of Temanggung Regency in 2014 is 738,880 people.

While in 2015 the number increased to 745 830 people.

With a total of 373,800 men and 372,020 females.

In 2014-2015 the population growth rate in Temanggung Regency is 0.19 percent. with the sex ratio in between men and women is 1.00 and a population density of 857 per km 2.

Source: BPS, Central Java in Figures 2016

EMPLOYMENT

The number of labor force (in working age group) in Temanggung Regency in 2015 is 429,715 people.

Of these, 423,256 people work and 6459 unemployed.

As for the number of non-labor force as many as 139,637 inhabitants.

The amount of Regency/City Minimum Wage (UMK) in Temanggung Regency in 2015 was Rp. 1.178.000.

While in 2016, UMK in Temanggung Regency is Rp. 1.313.000.

Source: BPS, Central Java in Figures 2016

EDUCATION

Source: Kemendikbud (tidak ada table)

As for universities, there is no university, in Temanggung Regency, but there are already Higher Education Schools and Academy, namely:

  • Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam Nahdlatul Ulama Temanggung
  • Akademi Keperawatan Alkautsar Temanggung.
  • Akademi Keperawatan Ngesti Waluyo Temanggung

ADVANTAGES

ACHIEVEMENT

Achievements obtained by Temanggung Regency are as follows:

  1. Adipura Buana Charter Award for Small Town Category year 2016
  2. Best City Park Award for Small Town Category year 2015
  3. Adipura Charter Award for The Cleanest Small Town Categories year 2014
  4. Adipura Charter Award for The Cleanest Small Town Categories year 2013
  5. Satya Lencana Cooperative Development Award Year 2013 in encouraging and improving the performance of cooperatives and SMEs
  6. Adipura Charter Award for The Cleanest Small Town Categories year 2012
  7. Adipura Charter Award for The Cleanest Small Town Categories year 2011

POTENCY

Ceriping and Stik Tales

Ceriping tales is a snack of criping made from ‘tales’ or taro (kimpul). This business was cultivated by a resident of Manding Administrative Village in Temanggung Sub-district, Muslih since 1994. To expand his business, he is now assisted by five workers who are able to produce 30 kg of dried ceriping per day. In addition to being marketed in Temanggung, ceriping has also penetrated the area of ​​Purwokerto, Yogyakarta, Kudus even Denpasar.

Furthermore, the promotion that were done through the internet has also been getting responses and requests, such as from the City of Cilegon in Banten Province.

Although, for Muslih, the proudest moment is when sending his homemade Ceriping Mading to CIkeas as a souvenir for the president Susilo Bambang Yudoyono.

In addition to ceriping tales, there are also stik tales or tales stick whose product is widely produced in Purworejo Administrative Village, in Temanggung Sub-district. It tastes delicious and savoury which make this snack much favored by consumers. Now this snack has touched shelf in shops and even supermarkets in some areas.

Rizona Cigars

The Cigarette industry Rizona has been established since the Dutch era. The industry that addressed at Jl Diponegoro 27 Temanggung is producing 5 million cigars per year, with various types and brands such as Half Corona and King Corona. Marketing reaches various areas including Bali and Bandung. This industry has its own uniqueness because all of the worker are women, young and old.

LINGZHI

Jamu lingzhi is a health herbal medicine made from the Lingzhi (ganoderma lucidum) fungus that has been used by the Chinese since the Emperor Shi Huang Ti (259-210 BC).

In Temanggung, lingzhi herbal medicine is developed by the Sehat Sejati company addressed in Pandesaari no. 3 Parakan. The company develops the cultivation of lingzhi mushrooms and simultaneously makes herbal products from lingzhi mushrooms packaged in the form of powder and dried slices. Prices for dried slices lingzhi mushroom is Rp. 20,000 per kg and for powder it is Rp. 30,000 per kg. In addition to the fitness Jamu Lingzhi is also efficacious to lower cholesterol, prevent tumors, lower blood sugar, strengthen the digestive system and to rejuvenate the skin.

Pringaji Bamboo Handicraft

Bamboo is a versatile plant. These plants that have a long straight elongated shape to a height of ten meters can be used for building materials such as bambo wall, roof and batten.

In addition, bamboo is also a material for making handicrafts for both furniture and ornaments. With skilled hands, bamboo can be processed into craft or decoration that can generate profits. In Temanggung, such efforts are occupied by Hernawan (45) who lives in Suronatan Village. Temanggung II Administrative Village, Temanggung Sub-district. The results of his work are increasingly in demand by many people and many orders such as miniature traditional house, ship, mobile phone holder, lampshade, toy car, frames and wall decoration. He often receives special orders for wedding reception as well, in the form of souvenirs. His artwork currently has capture a special market in Yogyakarta and Semarang.

In addition, his work has also been exported to foreign countries such as Japan and France.

The price offered is adjusted to the market conditions. For example, Hernawan set the price for the lamp shade and ship at Rp. 100,000 per piece. For mobile phone holder, he set the price for Rp. 3000 each and as for other smaller souvenirs, he averagely set the price Rp.

1000 per piece. On average, he alone can be produce as many as 100 handicrafts per month. However, for special orders, he is assisted by four other personnel to meet the target in accordance with the reservation.

Mendong Handicraft

Mendong handicraft has a pretty good prospect for both tourists and for household purposes. In Temanggung, Mendong handicraft was developed by BARAKA company owned by M. Arif Zamzani from Gondosuli Village, Bulu District. With simple weaving equipment, mendong can be an artwork that has selling value, such as clothing, women's bags with various shapes and sizes, and cosmetics holder. He also cooperated with another craftsman: Ismail from Caruban Village Kandangan Sub-district to make vcd and dvd box from ‘lidi’ or ribs of palm leaves. Its production reaches 10,000 boxes per week for export to Belgium.

Lutvi Collection company from Caruban Village in Kandangan Sub-district also undertake the field of mendong craft. Susetio, the owner of this company, has been working with mendong since 1994. in addition to using mendong as raw materials, he also combines plastic rugs and fabrics with mendong. The results is in the form of women's bags, cupboards, books shelf or newspapers hanger, clothes hanger, veil hanger, and others.

Susetio’s marketing covers Central Java province and parts of East Java such as Kediri, Jember and Jombang, and even has penetrated ​​Bali.

Banana Aroma

Banana Aroma is a typical food from banana that tastes sweet and delicious. This food can be used for souvenirs and can be purchased in stores and supermarkets in various regions.

KPK Mawar belonging to Sri Mulyati from Gesing Village, Kandangan Subdistrict has long produced this food. Together with her ‘army’ of 57 people, Sri Mulyati able to produce 20 tons of banana aroma per month.

To achieve that amount of production, she required raw materials of banana rajanangka as much as 20.000 ‘lirang’ or comb that she bought from Gemawang Sub-district in Temanggung Regency. In the market, she sells packages of banana aroma for Rp. 14,000 per kg. In addition to Central Java, her products have penetrated Kalimantan and Bali.

Besides banana aroma, KPK Mawar also produce banana criping up to 7 tons of dried criping per month..

Reliaf of Copper'Brass

The art of chiseling and carving on copper sheets makes the artwork charming. This copper relief craft has long been occupied by Rukeni Dhani whose origin is from Pakisdadu Hamlet in Pringsurat Sub-district, precisely since 1978. Pringgodani Art company's name is able to produce copper relief craft 150 pieces per month. The results of his work are mostly in the form of reliefs of calligraphy and painting. His other works are in the forms of hanging lamps, pots, and bokor. The production was sold in the market at a price between Rp.

75.000, - up to Rp. 1.500.000, - per piece. His marketing effort was even able to break through the border, to have his work sold overseas. Pringgodani Art has 25 workers and sales forces of 90 people.

His perseverance to pursue this art work led to the achievement of the award from the National Committee of the Declaration of the Year of Microcredit International Year 2005, he achieved the second place out of 800 entrepreneurs. This Pringsurat’s residents has managed to spur his surrounding and transform his neighbourhood into the centre of copper craftmanship.

Gerabah Tanah (Earthenware Pots)

Temanggung Regency has long been famous for its earthenware products. Clay deposit as the main raw material is available more than enough in the local and surrounding areas. Soil pottery producing center is in Tegowanuh Village, Kaloran Sub-district and Kundisari Village, Kedu Sub-district. Types of earthenware vessels produced are mostly flower pots, kwali, stoves, blengkers and toys like frogs and other animals.

Even now with the development of creativity in products such as jars or vases and clay chairs (clay furniture). The technology applied is very simple by using a tool called rotator, which functions for the production tool by rotating when the type of product is formed. The skill of making pottery is usually derived from the experience passed down from generation to generation. The marketing area is mostly local to meet household needs. In the future if this business can be diversified into glazed earthenware or by applying certain ceramic technology, the product will be in better quality and can compete at regional and national level. Industrial pottery, roof tiles and bricks are also often found in the districts of Kaloran and Pringsurat. The small scale earthenware industry amounts to 158 with a total production of 105,000 pieces per year, while 497 tile industry with 45,186,000 production and brick industry amounted to 342 with a production of 54,555,500 per year.

Coffee powder

Temanggung coffee is famous as a coffee with a distinctive character, especially for arabica which has a unique characteristic of tobacco aroma because the coffee was planted side by side with tobacco plants. Robusta, as the majority of coffee varieties in Temanggung also has its own advantages, it is seen from how frequent Temanggung Robusta Coffee won various national coffee contests. In addition, in Temanggung Regency is also a reputable producer of Arabica coffee and Excelsa from the Plantation Sector.

The plantation sector in Temanggung Regency includes coffee, clove, coconut, kapok, aren, cocoa, cinnamon, pepper, ginger, kapulogo, kemukus, turmeric, tobacco, vanilla, sugarcane, patchouli and melinjo.

Livestock Sector

The population of livestock in Temanggung regency covers Dairy Cattle, Beef Cattle, Buffalo, Horse, Goat, Sheep, Pig, Rabbit, Domestic Chicken, Laying Hens, Ducks (itik), Muscovy Duck (Entok), Quail (puyuh) and Geese (angsa/soang).

Fisheries Sector

The commodities covered are all of the results of land fisheries activities which include pond fisheries, rice mina, river fish and fish reservoir/cekdam.

3. Tourist Attraction

Climbing Tours

One of the activities that have been running on Temanggung regency’s mountain area is mountain tourism. Sindoro – Sumbing climb usually starts from Kledung Sub-district, which is located between the two mountains. In this place, the climbers can also watch the sunrise and sunset. The challenging hiking trails, night rituals of 1 sura (1 muharam) and ‘malem selikuran’ (21 Ramadan), wide stretch of tea plantations, various vegetable fields, pine trees, and tortuous paths of both mountains make a lot of people curious and want to visit the place.

Mount Sumbing

Name: Mount Sumbing

Crater Name: Kawah Sumbing

Location: Pager Gunung Village, Tjepit Sub-district, Temanggung Regency Elevation: 3.340 m asl

Region: Temanggung, Magelang, Wonosobo and Purworejo Regencies.

Nearby Town: Temanggung (Northeast), Parakan (North), Wonosobo (West), and Magelang (Southeast).

Mount Type: Volcano strato type B

Observation Post: Genting Sari Village, Parakan-Temanggung at an altitude of 950 m asl.

Dipos I (Thick Forest) there are shelter and bivouac land. While post II (Open Area) is dominated by grassland and weeds. The air is hot enough, strong winds, and sunny weather, with temperatures below 12 ° Celciuse. The top consists of rocks, sandy fields, craters, and sulfur.

The tour to Mount Sumbing will pass through the tourist village of Tegalrejo which is also close to Vale Kambang fishing area and Gondosuli stone inscription. While almost the entire area is sloping to a height of 2,000 m asl, the soil around the mountain is very fertile, therefore, most of them are made into people plantation for plants such as tobacco and vegetables.

Climbing Sumbing mountain can be done anytime of the year. However, the peak of the crowd occurred in the ‘malem selikuran’ (21 Ramadhan). Thousands of climbers, guided by experienced nature lovers personel from Temanggung Hiking Club (SHC), as well as being monitored by integrated officers at the nearest post, started their climbing rituals from the pager gunung village, Bulu sub-district. To climb outside the tradition of malem selikuran, the climb trip can be done without having guided by officers. The climbers generally start from the kledung sub-district (northwest direction), or from Butuh village or selogowok in tlogo mulyo sub-district (northeast). In fact, Sumbing mountains can also be climbed from areas outside Temanggung district. That is northwest direction from garung village (1,543 m asl) in Butuh village, in Kalijajar sub-district (Wonosobo), southeast from Kalegen Village, Bandongan Sub-district (Magelang Regency), and southwest direction from sapuran village in sapuran sub-district (Wonosobo Regency).

In good weather, the climb to the summit would takes about five hours.

Some of climbers are pilgrimage to the tomb of Ki Ageng Makukuhan in Puncak Sumbing.

Ki Ageng Makukuhan is believed to be the first person to stop at Kedu and introduce tobacco plants. There are several posts that must be passed from the base camp to the top, namely post I (1,750 m asl), post II (2,000 m asl), post shadow (2,500 m asl), and the top (2,850-3,340 m asl).

Mount Sindoro

Name: Gunung Sindoro

Crater Name: Sindoro Crater

Location: Katekan Village, Ngadirejo Sub-district, Temanggung Regency Altitude: 3,155 m asl

Region: Temanggung Regency, and Wonosobo Regency.

Nearby Cities: Temanggung (Southeast), Parakan (East), Wonosobo (West).

Mount Type: Volcano strato type B

Every night of 1 sura, thousands of nature lovers make the climb Sindoro. The 3,151 m high mountain also has some natural beauty, such as the magical lake and the eternal flower edelwis at the top of the mountain. The climbers can also see the rising sun as well as the sunset panorama. Like Sumbing, Sindoro is suitable for nature tourism and adventure activities. Climbing is done through Desa Katekan, Ngadirejo Sub-district, Temanggung Regency. In addition to the beautiful natural scenery, climbers can see the activities of farmers in the farm or garden.

Pikatan Water Park

Very easy to reach. From Kowangan Temanggung main terminal, Pikatan Water Park is only two kilometers away. With a large number of public transport, each passenger is charged for only Rp.2.000, - and passes a pretty nice path. This short journey of terminal–Pikatan is quite an attractive experience, because it passes through vast rice fields and via wide road.

When the weather is friendly, from some of these points travelers can see the mountains of Merapi, Merbabu, Andong, Telomoyo and Ungaran mountains.

Starting from this terminal later that Pikatan Water Park will be developed. According to the Head of Culture, Tourism, Youth and Sport, Bekti Prijono, there are now many people who start early to take advantage of the terminal path - Pikatan since it become a tourist route.

They, he said, many who use his land for restaurants, souvenir stalls, kiosk souvenirs even for parking.

"That's what the Temanggung Regent expects. Building a tourist area is not a half-hearted action. The ultimate goal of the government is to serve the community in entertainment needs. However, the expected immediate effect is the increase of PAD without having to increase the burden of society, but instead spur and develop the passion of the micro and small business world " he said. Its location is in the village of Mudal, Temanggung subdistrict, Temanggung regency, with the land area owned by Temanggung Regency is an area of ​​4.5 ha. Pikatan Water Park also has Waterboom, Rumah Ikan Bakar, and other facilities. It is perfectly suitable for traveling with family.

Nature Tourism Posong

This tourism site is a newly popularized natural tourist attraction in Temanggung Regency a few months ago. This place presents a unique beauty of the mountains that will indulge the eye because of its location is so strategic, that is in the savannah of Kledung sub-district.

Kledung savannah field is situated right in the middle section between the two mountain: mount sindoro and mount sumbing, that looks amazingly beautiful viewed from posong.

Especially when you visit the place at the time of the afternoon and the weather is sunny then you are in for the treat of the view of the golden sunset with a beam of light that divides the two mountains.

In addition to presenting typical mountainous and golden sunset scenery, this nature tourism site also provides gazebos for visitors to feel comfortable under the shade in enjoying the beautiful panorama of the surrounding Posong nature tourism site.

For those who want to try different atmosphere in this tour, they can also try the flying fox ride also within the site. Visitors could enjoy the sensation of gliding in the cool-aired mountainous environment that is decorated with green trees and plantation area of the surrounding community.

In addition to gazebo and flying fox, this place also provides a place to meet and gather or a rest area that you can use as a gathering place with family or close relatives. This rest area of ​​nature tourism is also equipped with toilets as support facilities for visitors.

For a nature tourism site, the entrance ticket to posong was almost the same as any other tourist attractions in Tumanggung regency ~which at that time the author visited~ only Rp.

7000. Cheap is not even a fair word to compare the entrance fee with what the visitor is going to get in this tourist attractions. The price also includes the cost of parking for twowheeled vehicles. Posong is located in Raya Parakan Wonosobo Km. 9, Parakan sub-district, Temanggung Regency, Central Java. Posong open from 03.00-17.00 (WIB or Indonesia Western Time) every day.

Routes from Yogyakarta:

if you are from yogyakarta then the city you must pass is magelang, after arriving in magelang, continue journey to temanggung regency. Upon arrival at Temanggung regency, continue the journey to Parakan sub-district. The road to the parakan sub-district is the same as the direction of the road to Wonosobo which is where the gate to of our Posong Nature Tourism Site in located. Arriving at Parakan, follow the road to Wonosobo for around 5 - 7 KM and you will find a natural tourist gate posong located on the right path.

If from Semarang:

If you are from Semarang, the first city that must be passed is Magelang. And if you have reached magelang then you simply follow the above guidelines as it explaine the route from Yogyakarta. Continuing from above: the distance from the gate to the Posong Nature Tourism Site is going to be too far to walk on foot if you do not bring a private vehicle with you, we highly suggest you to use the existing motorcycle ‘taxi’ or Ojek service located around the gate. The road condition to the location is an uphill contour and has not layered with asphalt.

Curug Lawe

In the northern area of ​​Temanggung Regency, at the Muncar Village, Gemawang Subdistrict. It is adjacent to Kendal Regency.

The natural panorama in this waterfall is not inferior at all compared with the one at Curug Trocoh. The journey to the location is also quite smooth, with a distance of about 26 km from the Temanggung sub-district to the north. Lawe, is called Curug because of the water that fell from the steep cliff which looks like white threads, which is called ‘lawe’ in Java.

There are typical fruit gemawang trees nearby the tourist attractions, namely cendul (fruit kepel), which is rarely found in other areas. If the season of the fruit comes, tourists can pick fruit from the kepel tree kepel for free. This fruit is very refreshing it can remove the thirst of the visitors. For visitors who bring a private vehicle (car/motorcycle) can entrusted their vehicle in the homes of nearby residents, to continue on foot, to walk along the path to the Curug. This tourist attraction is perfect for visitors who enjoys adventurous tour.

Not far from Curug Lawe there are hot springs that are said to have the healing property to treat some skin disease and bone diseases, due to the sulphur it contains. Visitors can also enjoy shopping and vegetables and fruits in this area, especially bananas with a very low price, since it was bought directly from farmers in Pasar Muncar.

LICENSE AND FINANCING

Office of Licensing and Investment Service (KP3M) Temanggung Regency is the institution in charge of licensing management in Temanggung Regency. Based on Perbup (Regent Regulation) no 26 Year 2012 on the delegation of the Authority of the Implementation and Signing of Licensing and Non-Licensing on KP3M System and Procedures of Complaints Management include:

  1. Location Certificate
  2. Nuisance Permit (HO), New HO, HO Changes, HO Re-Register
  3. Building Permit (IMB)
    • Residential Buildings,
    • Housing Complex Building,
    • Building of Places of Worship,
    • Telecommunication Tower Building,
    • Industrial Building / Warehousing / Place of Business,
    • Building SPBU / SPBE, Hospitality, Health Services, Culture / Tourism / Recreation, Laboratory
  4. Trading Business License (SIUP)
    • New SIUP Extension for Individual Company,
    • New SIUP and Extension for: CV, Firma, PT, Cooperative, SIUP of Capital Changes,
    • SIUP of Change of Business and Corporate Responsibility, SIUP of Change of Address,
    • SIUP of Mobile Traders, Legs, Asongan,
    • Replacement of Lost / Damaged SIUP
  5. Company Registration Certificate (TDP)
    • New TDP and Extension for individual companies
    • New TDP and Extension for company CV, Firma, PT, Koperasi
    • TDP changes in the field of business and the person in charge of the Company
    • TDP Company Address
    • TDP of Mobile Traders, Street Traders, Refunders
    • TDP is lost / damaged
  6. Warehouse Register (TDG)
  7. Industrial Registration Certificate (TDI)
    • New TDI and Extension for Individual Companies
    • New TDI and Extension for CV, Firma, Cooperative
    • TDI Changes in Investment Value
    • TDI changes in business and corporate liabilities
    • TDI Address Changes
    • Replacement of lost or damaged TDI
  8. Principle License
  9. Industrial Business License (IUI)
  10. Factory expansion request/Industrial Expansion License (IPI)
  11. Business License for Timber Forest Product Primary Industry (IUIPHHK)
  12. Construction Service Business License (SIUJK)
  13. Transportation Business License (IUA)
  14. Route Permit (IT)
  15. Principle Permit of Investment
  16. Tower Control License
  17. Livestock Business License/Permit
  18. Livestock Business Registration Certificate
  19. Business License of Veterinary Drugs
  20. Permit to Establish Hospital (General and Special)
  21. Medical Clinic Permit
  22. Maternity License
  23. Pharmacy Business Permit/license
  24. Permission to Operate Drug Store
  25. Registration certificate of Investment
  26. Permit of Capital Investment Expansion
  27. Permission of Principles of Changes in Capital Investment
  28. Investment Business Permit/License
  29. Business License for Expansion of Capital Investment
  30. Business Permit for Investment Merger
  31. Business Permit on Changes in Capital Investment
  32. Business Registration Certificate (TDUP)

SUB-DISTRICTS

Licensing Type:

a. Building Construction Permit (IMB) for residential buildings with criteria:

  1. Area less than or equal to 100 M2
  2. No level

b. Nuisance Permit (HO) for small-impact business with criteria:

  1. Area less than or equal to 100 M2
  2. Manpower less than or equal to 200 persons
  3. The form of an individual company is not Limited Company (PT) or Comanditer Venonscaft (CV)

c. Trading Business License (SIUP) with criteria:

  1. Micro individual business
  2. Capital less than or equal to Rp. 50,000,000

d. Company Registration Certificate (TDP) with criteria:

  1. Micro Individual Enterprises
  2. Capital less than or equal to Rp. 50,000,000

e. Industrial Registry (TDI) with criteria:

  1. Small industry enterprises
  2. Capital less than or equal to Rp. 200,000,000

f. Advertising Permit with criteria:

  1. Field / board / billboards: installation above shop or yard / yard with maximum size 6 M2
  2. Banners / screens / banners l with installation location in one district area
  3. Posters / stickers / flyers: installation in one district area

g. Signing of the Funeral Permit

h. Signing of Oprit License

Non-Licensing Type:

  1. Family Card (KK) and ID Card (KTP) Indonesian Citizen (WNI)
  2. Certificate of resettlement of residents within the district (Certificate of Move to come)
  3. Legalization of proposals submitted by the public includes:
    • Proposal for social and educational assistance
    • Religious aid proposal
    • Development assistance proposal
    • Proposals for youth and sports assistance
    • Business capital assistance proposal
  4. Poor statement
  5. Introduction letter to (attain) police record certificate (SKCK)
  6. Introduction of research survey recommendations
  7. Introductory to (attain) permit crowd
  8. Introduction to NTCR recommendations (Marriage, Divorce, Divorce and Reconciliation)
  9. Legalize the introduction of the establishment of business groups, cooperatives and other legal entities
  10. Inheritance certificate
  11. Statement letter for traveling to/from work/travelling certificate
  12. Introduction to Civil Registry Certificate
  13. Dispensation of marriage
  14. Introduction to bank credit registers
  15. Recommendations for the establishment of art groups, art galleries
  16. Legalization of KK / KTP
  17. Certificate and other recommendations needed by the community

Contact:

KP3M Temanggung Regency

Address: Jl. Suwandi Suwardi No.7 Temanggung

Tel / Fax: +62293 491283 / +62293 491283

Email: kpppmtemanggung@yahoo.co.id

INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY

a. Background

Curug Lawe is located in Muncar Village, Gemawang Sub-district, Temanggung District, Central Java. Curug Lawe is one of the existing waterfalls at the foot of ungaran mountain, it is said this waterfall called curug lawe because the falling water resemble a lot like thread of strings, which is called lawe in java language, meaning a very fine thread, very smooth and white color. Curug lawe is different than most of the curug used as a tourist attraction, here we are presented a nature’s natural atmosphere that is still very pristine, not yet disturbed by the amount of activities and rubbish that we often see in the city.

b. Project Scope

Some potential investments that is feasible to develop at the Curug Lawe Waterfall Tourist Attraction include:

o “Mountain Bike” Bicycle rental; for off road/cross country or down hill activities around the nature tourism sites.

o horse rental for Horseback riding experience

o Motorbike trail rental for off road tourism

o restaurant or a nuanced restaurant

c. Location

Muncar Lor Hamlet, Muncar Village, Gemawang Sub-district, Temanggung Regency, Central Java Province.

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated investment value: Rp 100 Billion

e. Investment Scheme

100% private investment

f. Infrastructure Support

The supporting road infrastructure will be built by the Government in 2017 g. Contact Person

Dwiana Novianto, S.Sos.

Head of Investment Development Sub Division

Office of Licensing and Investment Service of Temanggung Regency (Kantor Pelayanan Perizinan Dan Penanaman Modal Kabupaten Temanggung)

Jl. Suwandi Suwardi No.7 Temanggung

Tel / Fax: +62293 491283 / +62293 491283

Mobile: +6281 226 972 570

Email: kpppmtemanggung@yahoo.co.id / anto.941@gmail.com

Tourism Development of Curug Trocoh (Surodipo) In Temanggung Regency

a. Background

Curug Trocoh (Surodipo), is a natural waterfall attraction and a silent witness to a glimpse of the history of Pangeran Diponegoro’s struggle when he made guerrilla war strategy against the Dutch. With the historical value this place has, Curug Trocoh is actually potential to bring in a lot of tourists. Unfortunately, the waterfall has not been developed optimally until now. This is an investment opportunity for the private sector to build and develop the tourism site.

b. Project Scope

Some potential investments that is feasible to develop at the Curug Trocoh Waterfall Tourist Attraction, among others, are:

o “Mountain Bike” Bicycle rental; for off road/cross country or down hill activities around the nature tourism sites.

o horse rental for Horseback riding experience

c. Location

Tawangsari Village, Wonoboyo Sub-district, northern part of Temanggung Regency.

To get there, from Temanggung Sub-district to Candiroto Sub-district, then turn left towards Wonoboyo Sub-district. The status of the land belongs to the community.

d. Financial Aspect

Estimated investment value: Rp 100 Billion

e. Investment Scheme

100% private investment

f. Infrastructure Support

The supporting road infrastructure will be built by the Government in 2017.

g. Contact Person

Dwiana Novianto, S.Sos.

Head of Investment Development Sub Division

Office of Licensing and Investment Service of Temanggung Regency (Kantor Pelayanan Perizinan Dan Penanaman Modal Kabupaten Temanggung)

Jl. Suwandi Suwardi No.7 Temanggung

Tel / Fax: +62293 491283 / +62293 491283

Mobile: +6281 226 972 570

Email: kpppmtemanggung@yahoo.co.id / anto.941@gmail.com

Fattening Beef Caffe (Beef Caffle Fatlenty)

a. Background

Temanggung Regency is an agrarian region where most of the population’s livelihood are as farmers. Total agricultural land reaches 60,956 Ha with a temperature between 18°C - 28°C and rainfall between 1,000 - 3,100 mm/year. The fertile soil is responsible for most of the plants to grow well.

This condition is widely utilized by farmers to raise beef cattle because it is easy to get the grass for food. Livestock business is now increasingly in demand, especially fattening beef cattle. In Temanggung Regency, other than easy to get feed, the land to maintain the herd is still available quite a lot. The Government of Temanggung Regency itself is currently providing the former excavated mining land C, located in Kwadungan Gunung Village and Kwadungan Jurang Village for the fattening beef cattle project. The project is aimed at attracting investors both domestically and internationally as well as to provide jobs for the surrounding community population.

b. Potency

Beef cattle fattening business has a good potential with consideration as follows: beef cattle population in Temanggung Regency is as many as 35,342 heads, mostly (60%) Simental and Limousine breed. The extent of agro-climate (air temperature, humidity and rainfall) is suitable for cattle fattening and the culture of local farmers/farming communities are already very familiar with livestock, especially beef cattle.

In addition, the production of Livestock Forage Feed (HMT) is equivalent to 240,148 Animal Units (AU), while the livestock population (cows, buffaloes and sheep / goats) is equivalent to 81. AA1 AU, so it is possible to develop livestock as many as 158,707 AU (equivalent to 158,707 heads cow).

Other potentials are that additional feed such as rice bran, corn bran, cassava, cassava dregs, tofu dregs, coffee skin and others are also widely obtaineable and relatively cheap.

c. Prospects

The prospect of fattening beef cattle is quite good as the human population increases, therefore, the protein demand will also increase. In addition, declining imports of beef cattle from America, Australia, India and others, due to Antrax, mouth and nail disease, as well as mad cow, pushed local farm into a trend that many ogled.

Another encouraging prospect is the strengthening of environmental issues encouraging the use of fertilizers and organic treatments to increased crops (cattle is the main producer of organic fertilizers from animals). Furthermore, the trend of cattle prices from year to year has never decreased, tend to be 5 - 8% above the average inflation. Lastly, there is also the record of the release of ready-to- cut Cattle from Temanggung regency to outside the region’s demand (Jakarta, Bandung, Cirebon, Semarang, Yogyakarta and others) which amounted to as many as 150 – 175 cows/month, that should also be noted as an encouraging prospect. In short, the beef cattle fattening business is encouraged to utilize the former excavated mining land C belonging to the emanggung regency government. This effort is expected to supply not only the needs of local beef (Temanggung and Magelang) and regional (Semarang, Tegal and Wonosobo) but also in national level (Jakarta, Bandung, Cirebon) in the long run. In addition to fulfilling meat consumption, this business can absorb labor and creating more jobs as well as saving the environment by becoming a massive producer of both solid and liquid organic fertilizer.

d. Technical management

The calculation base in this business is the fattening system combined with trading, the number of cow/cage with the capacity of 500-550 cows and the time length of fattening which is 5-6 months or 5,5 months = 150 days. In addition, in-out system ± 150 cows/month, production ± 1.150 cows/year and the workforce of three people for administration and marketing, one person in charge for technical problem, and fifty people hired casually/seasonally for cattle handling. The assumption is the body weight (early) + 420 kg with the price of Rp. 25.000/kg with the selling price of cows Rp. 23.000/kg (buy and sell = Rp 2.000/kg). Furthermore, ADG (Average Daily weight Gain) averaged 0.8 kg/head/day and grass requirement + 10% of body weight (BB) and concentrate consumption + 1% of BB.

Other assumptions cattle dung collected + 8 kg/ekor/ hari and cow urine collected ± 5 liter/head/day.

e. Business Analysis

Fixed Investment

Physical (Age of 15 years) which includes enclosure + quarantine, place copper + garage, fertilizer shelter and processing, feed warehouse, place of livestock, office + toolhouse, guardhouse, and fence around Rp.2.708.500.000 , - with the calculation of depreciation Rp. 180.565.000 / year.

For infrastructure (10 years old life) include 2 trucks, pick up 2 pieces, copper 2 pieces, 1 litter weight, and office equipment all of which spend Rp. 1.110.000.000, - with depreciation of Rp. 111.000.000, - / tahun) Animal Health Equipment (3 years wearing life) reaches Rp. 24,000,000, with depreciation of Rp. 8.000.000, - / year, and equipment Cages (age wear 2 years) of Rp. 20.000.000, - with depreciation Rp. 10.000.000, - / year.

Cash Flow

Calculation/head/period (150 days). Spending Calculations if closed in the year X

Development of Pikatan Water Park

a. Background

Pikatan has been known by the community outside Temanggung Regency to has its own charm because, in addition to the source of the water that is so large it inspired legends, it is also because there is a national swimming pool facilities often used for regional and national level swimming event.

The Pikatan Tourist Attraction’s swimming pool is located in Mudal Village, Temanggung Sub-district is increasingly seen as a reprensentative and reliable tourist embryo because even though it has been developed into a racing game water ride "PATATAN WATER PARK", it still still need further development (for visitor experience’s improvement sake). Therefore, from the existing rides and facilities, Pikatan waterpark still need the investment for: b. Development Potential:

Development of more water games, water slide, flying fox, Olympic size swimming pool or competition, entertainment stage, and freshwater fish farming area.

c. Location

Located at the Mudal Village, Temanggung Sub-district, in Temanggung regency. in an area of ​​4.5 ha.

d. Potential support facility:

  • Land for fish cultivation.
  • Land owned by the Local Government (4.5 Ha) but for this development, some more community-owned land can be acquired).
  • Grilled fish restaurant.
  • Water boom ride, which has been built but still needs improvement.
  • Location is suitable for outbound area.
  • Lighting from PLN.
  • Air temperature 20°- 25° 0C.
  • Altitude at 500 – 1500 m above sea level.
  • Regency level road.
  • Community supported management

e. Estimated Investment: Rp. 21.000.000.000, -

Source

Geographical Location