About Ngawi Regency
Ngawi Regency located about 182 kilometers in the west of Surabaya, 80 kilometers in the east of Solo, Central Java, and 53 kilometers in the north of Madiun. Monument of R.M. SURYO, the first governor of East Java, is about 2 hoursdrive from the town, 181 km, from Surabaya. The total of its width is 129.598 hectares consist of 51.386 hectares of rice field, 44.843 hectares of productive forest and the rest is functioned as field, dry field (dry field farming), plantation, land prepared for industrial area etc.
- Ngawi Regency is decorated with two big rivers and their stream, a large piece of lime mountain land, and a big piece of fertile mountain land and most of its region constitutes a big piece of fertile plains between the two mountains and rivers mentioned above.
- The Solo river flows from west, confining the land of lime mountain in the region of North Ngawi (Kendeng mountain/Kapur Tengah, Mediterranean and Litosol type of land covers 35 % of Ngawi Region) with fertile plains extends in the central region of Ngawi (Grumoso land type), covers 43 % of Ngawi Region till it touches the foot of mount Lawu in the south west angle.
- Madiun rivers flows from the south in the east side of Ngawi Region peviding the big piece of the fertile plains, then it meets with Solo rivers in the north-edst angle of Ngawi city.
- Along the two rivers, alluvial type of soil spreads as wide as 9 % of Ngawi Region and the rest of 13 % of its regions consists of Andosol, Latosol and Regosol types of land, which most of them are in the plain of Lawu mountain.
- In the dry season the temperature in
Ngawi is between 28 and 31 degrees Celsius, in the rainy
season from 28 up to 30 degrees, except in the top slope
of Lawu mountain, with sufficiently high humidity. Rain
fall is between 1.500 milimeters/year (in Kendeng mountain
) and 2.600 milimeters/year (in the foot of Lawu mountain
The potential of cultural attractions in Ngawi, is offering the art products of its people, which can be performed any time such as; reog dance, orek-orek dance, gaplik art, kecetan, the art of puppet playing, wood carting, calligraphy and many others.