Welcome to Blitar Regency
Blitar is the second small regency
in East Java province. Blitar is noteworthy for
being the hometown of Indonesia's first president,
Soekarno. It's a sleepy place that's got a tiny
business district as well as ancient Hindu temples
(called Penataran temple).
Blitar city has principle “Kridho Hangudi Jaya” (work hard to reach the glorious) and its motto “Blitar Kota Patria” (Blitar the defender of the nation that well-regulated, cleanly, beautiful, and safety), also known as heroic city, student city and peaceful city.
Blitar city has try to build its city as ‘Patria’ city which supported by it commerce system. Blitar government chooses the tourism sector as the main product to increase its economic region.
Beside that, Blitar also has tourism objects as the others East Java’s regencies. The tourism objects that also has known by the public are Penataran Temple which is the ancient Hindu temple, Tambakrejo beach with its fantastic waves, Serang beach that commonly held Larung Sesaji Ceremony, Soekarno Graveyard which is one of Blitar religious tour, traditionally event in Blitar such as Grebeg Pancasila, etc.
Serang Beach Serang beach is located in Serang village, Panggungrejo sub-district, it ‘s about 40 Km from Blitar city. This beach is stunningly beautiful. The sea water has turquoise color and strong waves, typical of Indonesian south sea. Moreover, the … Continue reading
Tambakrejo Beach is located about 30 km from Blitar city, in Tambakrejo village, Wonotirto district. In this location, in every first Suro month (the new year in Java calendar) is performed a “Larung Sesaji” ceremony, and visited by thousands people … Continue reading
Karangsari Agro Tourism Karangsari Village, Regency of Sukorejo, Blitar is become popular because of the Star Fruit (Belimbing). What makes this star fruit become so famous is coming from the size, which has jumbo size, and it has sweeter taste … Continue reading
Tambakrejo Beach Tambakrejo Beach is located about 30 km from Blitar city, in Tambakrejo village, Wonotirto district. In this location, in every first Suro month (the new year in Java calendar) is performed a “Larung Sesaji” ceremony, and visited by … Continue reading