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Sangiran Karanganyar Regency

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Sangiran is an archaeological site in Central Java, Indonesia. It is located 17 kilometers north of Surakarta Municipality, on Bengawan Solo river valley. According to UNESCO report, Sangiran is claimed to be one of the most important sites in the world to study human fossils by scientists, aligned with Zhoukoudian sites in China, Willandra Lakes in Australia, Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, and Sterkfontein in South Africa. Furthermore, Sangiran is considered as one of the world's research centers on the history of ancient human existence, more than 50% of ancient human fossils were unearthed in Sangiran.Sangiran is an archaeological site in Central Java, Indonesia.

It is located 17 kilometers north of Surakarta Municipality, on Bengawan Solo river valley. According to UNESCO report, Sangiran is claimed to be one of the most important sites in the world to study human fossils by scientists, aligned with Zhoukoudian sites in China, Willandra Lakes in Australia, Olduvai Gorge in Tanzania, and Sterkfontein in South Africa. Furthermore, Sangiran is considered as one of the world's research centers on the history of ancient human existence, more than 50% of ancient human fossils were unearthed in Sangiran.

At the provincial level, based on Central Java Provincial Regulation No. 10/2012 on Master Plan of Central Java Regional Tourism Development (RIPPRDA), Sangiran area is designated as Provincial Tourism Strategic Area (Kawasan Strategis Pariwisata Provinsi, KSPN) Sangiran and its surroundings that are located in Provincial Tourism Destination Area “Solo – Sangiran and Surroundings”. Sangiran area has historical and cultural tourism potential with historical heritage tour products.

Detail Plan of KSPN Sangiran and its surroundings is focused on tourist destination in the main area of KSPN which is divided into 2 sub-regions, namely:

Sub Area 1, includes: Sangiran Ancient Human Site, Batik Pungsari-Kliwonan Tourism Village, Padepokan Keris Brojobuwono, Sangiran Edutainment Park, Sangiran Tourism Forrest, Tourism villages and homestay, and Tourism Dam;

Sub Area 2, includes: Pangeran Samudro Gunung Kemukus Tomb, Kedung Kancil Tourist Park, and Gedungombo Reservoir.

Development KSPN Sangiran

Background

Core Zone is an area functioned as the main entrance of Sangiran tourism, includes sub terminal in Krikilan Village which is equipped with souvenir shops and public supporting facilities. Besides, there is also ecotourism-based natural tourism with the potential Dam, river, forest and agricultural tourism, as well as tower of view equipped with supporting public facilities.

Scope of Work

  • Improvement of Main Gate;
  • Development of Existing Tourist Destination;
  • Revitalization of Tower of View;
  • Development of Amphitheater;
  • Development of Tomb Area;
  • Development of Kedung Kancil Tourism Park;
  • Development of Sangiran Edutainment Park;
  • Construction of Area Infrastructures;
  • Construction of Supporting Facilities;

Location

Sangiran Village, Kalijambe Village, Gemolong Village

Financial Aspect

Investment Value: IDR 561. 18 Billion

IRR: 23.40% NPV B/C Ratio Payback Period DF=10% IDR 1.19 T 1.92 13 years DF=12% IDR 864.42 B 1.42 16 years DF=14% IDR 616.56 B 1.02 21 years 

Contact:

Mr. Prambudi Trajutrisno 

Head of Development of Tourism Destination DivisionYouth, Sports, and Tourism Agency of Central Java Province

Jl. Ki Mangunsarkoro No. 12 Semarang

Telp: +6224 8419958

No. HP: +62 822 26611173

Email: pram_tra@yahoo.co.id