Welcome to Magetan Regency
Magetan is one of regencies in East Java Island that bordered with Central Java province. Magetan regency region that located in Mount Lawu foot is rich of nature tourism such as lake, waterfall, etc. Magetan regency has a lot of nature tourism objects that spreads almost over its 13 districts. One of the most interesting tourism objects is Sarangan Lake. Beside that, there are also historical tourism objects such as; temple, grave and inscription.
Magetan regency also
has industries of feather art, bamboo, and traditional
music. It also developed the agriculture and horticulture
that give it the vegetables and oranges. The famous
orange of Magetan is pamelo and Srinyo orange. Those
orange plantation is located in Sukomoro and Bendo
Beside its tourism object and orange plantation, Magetan also famous with its traditional art such as; Gondang Baru dance, Iring-iring dance, and Godril dance.
Visit Magetan tourism in East Java - Indonesia and enjoy its wonderful natural tourism with various handmade souvenirs.
Ledug Suro Ledug suro is one of annual ceremonial that being held in some regencies in each province in Indonesia. Each provinces are having different names but have the same purpose. This Ledug Suro is particularly known for Magetan Regency. … Continue reading
Sarangan Lake Telaga Sarangan is also known as sand lake, is a natural lake that lies at the foot of Mount Lawu, Plaosan district , Magetan regency, East Java. Located about 16 kilometers west of the city Magetan, Sarangan is … Continue reading
Ledhug Suro There are so many ways that being held by the local government to celebrate the new year of Hijriah. At Jogjakarta there is Sekaten, at Solo (Central Java) there is Grebeg Syuro because it coincidently come with the … Continue reading
Sadon Temple Sadon temple or Reog temple is located in Sadon hamlet, Cepoko village, Panekan sub-district, Magetan. The local inhabitants are familiar with Reog temple than Sadon temple. It precisely located on 3 km from Magetan city. This temple was … Continue reading