Administrative village

An administrative village or subdistrict is the lowest level of government administration in Indonesia. It can refer to a desa or a kelurahan. A desa is headed by a kepala desa, who is elected by popular vote. A kelurahan is headed by lurah, a civil servant appointed by local government (city or regency). A village is divided non-administratively into local communities which manage a certain number of households. In Aceh, a village is called as gampong. Since the implementation of regional autonomy in 2001, the larger nagari has been introduced in place of the desa as the lowest government unit in West Sumatra.[1]

Village is the lowest level of government administration in Indonesia. A village is divided into several community groups (rukun warga (RW)), which are further divided into neighbourhood groups (rukun tetangga (RT)).

Pariangan
The nagari of Pariangan, West Sumatra.

References

  1. ^ Franz and Keebet von Benda-Beckmann, "Recentralization and Decentralization in West Sumatra," in Holtzappel and Ramstedt (eds.), Decentralization and Regional Autonomy in Indonesia: Implementation and Challenges, Singapore and Leiden, 2009, pp. 233ff. at 302. Ardimas Sasdi, "West Sumatra reinvents its original roots," The Jakarta Post, 25 January 2008.
Ancol

Ancol is a coastal lowland area located to the east of Kota Tua Jakarta in northern Jakarta, in Indonesia. The coastal lowland stretched from Kota Tua Jakarta to the west and Tanjung Priok to the east. Today, Ancol contains the main beach resort of Jakarta. Taman Impian Jaya Ancol, the largest integrated tourism area in South East Asia, is located in Ancol.

Following the independence of Indonesia, Ancol was made one of the administrative village (kelurahan) of Pademangan Subdistrict in North Jakarta. The administrative village Ancol is bounded by Jakarta Bay to the north, Sunda Kelapa harbor to the west, and Kali Japat canal to the east.

Cempaka Putih

Cempaka Putih is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Indonesia. Cempaka Putih is roughly bounded by Jenderal Ahmad Yani bypass highway to the east, Pramuka boulevard to the south, Letjend Suprapto boulevard to the north, and a railway line to the west. The name "Cempaka Putih" derived from flowering plant white champaca.

The office of Cempaka Putih is located in Jalan Rawa Kerbau III, Rawasari, Kelurahan Cempaka Putih Barat

Kecamatan Cempaka Putih, Jakarta Pusat (10520).

East Jakarta

East Jakarta (Indonesian: Jakarta Timur) is one of the five administrative cities (kota) which form Special Capital Region of Jakarta, Indonesia. It had a population of 2,687,027 at the 2010, making it the most populous of the five cities within Jakarta. East Jakarta is not self-governed and does not have a city council, hence it can not be classified as a proper municipality.

East Jakarta is bounded by North Jakarta to the north, Bekasi to the east, Depok to the south, and South Jakarta and Central Jakarta to the west.

The governor's office is located in the Administrative Village (Kelurahan) of Jatinegara, in the Jatinegara Subdistrict.

Grogol Petamburan

Grogol Petamburan is a subdistrict (Indonesian kecamatan) of West Jakarta, Indonesia, roughly bounded by the West Flood Canal to the east, Angke Canal to the west and to the north, and Jakarta-Merak Tollway to the south. It has an area 1,130 ha. As of 2004, the use of the land was 58.0% for housing, 12.5% for offices, 3.8% in parkland, and 2.2% in farmland with the remainder in other uses or idle.Some of the largest malls in Jakarta — Ciputra, Taman Anggrek and Central Park — are located in Grogol Petamburan's Tanjung Duren Selatan Administrative Village. The universities of Tarumanegara and Trisakti are also located in Grogol Petamburan, in Tomang Administrative Village.

Jatinegara

Jatinegara (originally known as Meester Cornelis or Meester for short) is one of the districts (Kecamatan) of East Jakarta, Indonesia. The name also refers to the larger, historic area of the colonial town of Meester Cornelis. Established in the 17th-century, Jatinegara is one of the oldest areas in Jakarta, and contains a number of buildings from the colonial period.

The area is historically known for its cosmopolitan character, dominated formerly by indigenous Christians from the so-called Outer Islands, but also with sizeable Chinese and Arab communities (Vreemde Osterlingen or 'Foreign Orientals'). Jatinegara railway station, one of the biggest railway stations in Jakarta, is located on the boundary between the districts of Jatinegara and Matraman.

Another Jatinegara, an administrative village in Cakung, has no known historic connection to Jatinegara in Jakarta.

Johar Baru

Johar Baru is a subdistrict of Central Jakarta, Indonesia. It is roughly bounded by Kampung Rawa Selatan Raya road and Mardani Raya road to the east, Percetakan Negara Raya Road to the south, Letjend Suprapto Road to the north, and a railway line to the west.

Kebayoran Baru

Kebayoran Baru is a subdistrict (Indonesian: kecamatan) of South Jakarta, Indonesia. The name of the Subdistrict was derived from an area which was developed in the post-war period as a new suburb town of Jakarta, Kebayoran Baru. Kebayoran Baru was the last residential area to be developed by the Dutch colonial administration. The urban planning was laid in a concept of the Garden city movement, consisting of a well-planned residential area, a shopping center, and a business district, supported with civic facilities e.g. schools, places of worship, hospitals, and parks. Many important governmental institutions are located in Kebayoran Baru, such as the Indonesia Stock Exchange building, the ASEAN Secretariat building, the Criminal Investigation Agency of the National Police, and the City Hall of South Jakarta. Sudirman Central Business District is also located in Kebayoran Baru sub-district.

Koja, Jakarta

Koja is a subdistrict of North Jakarta, Indonesia. It is known as the location of Kampung Tugu, a historic Portuguese-influenced neighborhood in North Jakarta.

Koja contains the eastern section of Tanjung Priok Port (which contains the Container Terminal 1, Container Terminal 3, and Koja Container Terminal), Jakarta's main port. The Sunter Canal flows to the sea via Koja, its outlet lies on the boundary between Koja Subdistrict and Cilincing Subdistrict.

The boundaries of Koja is Jakarta Bay to the north, Laksamana Yos Sudarso Tollway to the west, Pelabuhan Minyak - Kali Baru - Kramat Jaya Road - Kali Cakung to the east, and Kali Batik to the south.

Makasar, Jakarta

Makasar is a subdistrict (kecamatan) of East Jakarta, Indonesia. It has an area of 21.64 km² and population of 157,261 (2000).

The boundaries of Makasar Subdistrict are Kali Malang channel to the north, Sunter River to the east, Jagorawi tollway to the west, and Taman Mini 2 - Pondok Gede Raya Road to the south. The Taman Mini Indonesia Indah area is located in Cipayung Subdistrict (Setu Administrative Village), but the museum complex of Purna Bhakti Pertiwi, a museum also located in Taman Mini Indonesia Indah, is located in Makasar Subdistrict (Pinang Ranti Administrative Village)

N'Guelbély

N'Guelbély (also: Nguel Bely, N'Guelbeyli, N'Guel Beyli) is a village and rural commune in Niger.

Penjaringan

Penjaringan is a subdistrict of North Jakarta, Indonesia. It is the westernmost Subdistrict of North Jakarta. Muara Angke Port and the mouth of Sunda Kelapa Port is located within Penjaringan. Penjaringan contains the remnants of the original mangrove forest of Jakarta, some is protected by the government (i.e. Muara Angke Wildlife Sanctuary). Penjaringan Subdistrict is crisscrossed with water draining channels, canals, and water reservoirs to protect the land from sea flooding. The Cengkareng Drain, part of Jakarta's flood control system, flows to the sea through this subdistrict.

The area of Penjaringan Subdistrict, especially within Penjaringan Administrative Village, contains several historic Dutch colonial buildings such as the remains of city wall of Batavia and the 17th-century warehouses (now a Maritime Museum).

The boundaries of Penjaringan Subdistrict are Jakarta Bay to the north, Sunda Kelapa port to the east, and Kamal Muara road - Kapuk Raya road to the south.

Senayan, Kebayoran Baru

Senayan is an administrative village (kelurahan in Indonesian) at Kebayoran Baru subdistrict, South Jakarta, Indonesia. The post code is 12190.

Setiabudi

Setiabudi is a subdistrict in South Jakarta, one of the five administrative cities which forms the Jakarta Capital Region, Indonesia. Setiabudi is located within Golden Triangle of Jakarta (Indonesian: Segitiga Emas Jakarta), a triangular area of business and commercial establishments in Jakarta.

Setiabudi Subdistrict is bounded by Cideng River - Menteng Pulo Road - a water channel to the east, a flood channel to the north, Jalan Jenderal Sudirman main road to the west, and Jalan Jenderal Gatot Subroto main road to the south.

It is named after Indonesian National heroes of Indo and Sundanese descent, Ernest Douwes Dekker, also known as Danudirdja Setiabudi.

Taman Sari, Jakarta

Taman Sari is a district of West Jakarta, Indonesia. It is the smallest subdistrict of West Jakarta (4.37 km2). Taman Sari is bounded by Central Jakarta to the south and to the east, and by North Jakarta to the north.

Taman Sari district contains the southeastern area of Jakarta Old Town, the area on the east side of Kali Besar Canal. This area is the oldest area of Jakarta and a center of administration of Batavia (the old name for Jakarta) during the 17th century. This historic area is located within the Pinangsia sdministrative village, the northern part of Taman Sari subdistrict.

Tambon

Tambon (Thai: ตำบล, pronounced [tām.bōn]) is a local governmental unit in Thailand. Below district (amphoe) and province (changwat), they form the third administrative subdivision level. As of 2016 there were 7,255 tambons, not including the 180 khwaeng of Bangkok, which are set at the same administrative level, thus every district contains eight to ten tambon. Tambon is usually translated as "township" or "subdistrict" in English — the latter is the recommended translation, though also often used for king amphoe, the designation for a subdistrict acting as a branch (Thai: king) of the parent district. Tambon are further subdivided into 69,307 villages (muban), about ten per tambon. Tambon within cities or towns are not subdivided into villages, but may have less formal communities called chumchon (ชุมชน) that may be formed into community associations.

Tambora, Jakarta

Tambora is a subdistrict of West Jakarta, Indonesia. Tambora Subdistrict is bounded by a railway to the west and to the north, Kali Krukut - Kali Besar canal to the east, and Duri Selatan Road to the south.

The Roa Malaka Administrative Village of the Tambora Subdistrict contains the southwestern area of Jakarta Old Town, the area on the west side of Kali Besar Canal. The area of Jakarta Old Town that was located within Tambora are generally residential areas. Notable colonial buildings are located along the Kali Besar Canal, most of them are former palaces or houses dating from the 18th century. These buildings are now mostly used as offices.

Thousand Islands (Indonesia)

The Thousand Islands (officially Kepulauan Seribu) are a chain of islands to the north of Jakarta's coast. It forms the only regency of Jakarta, the capital of Indonesia. It consists of a string of 342 islands stretching 45 km (28 mi) north into the Java Sea at West Jakarta Bay and in fact north of Banten Province.

A decree states that 36 islands may be used for recreation. Of these, only 13 islands are fully developed: 11 islands are homes to resorts and two islands are historic parks. 23 are privately owned and are not open to the public. The rest of the islands are either uninhabited or support a fishing village.

Va language

Va is a pair of Angkuic languages spoken in Mojiang Hani Autonomous County, Yunnan, China. Although the Va autonym is vaʔ˥˩, the language is not Wa, and neither does it belong to the Waic language subgroup. Rather, Va constitutes a separate subdivision within the Angkuic languages.

Northern Va (about 2,000 speakers): spoken in Taihe Administrative Village 太和村, Jingxing Township 景星乡, Mojiang County, Yunnan, China. Northern Va is spoken by all generations, including children.

Southern Va (about 1,000 speakers): spoken in Zhenglong Administrative Village 正龙村, Jingxing Township 景星乡, Mojiang County, Yunnan, China. Southern Va is more endangered and is not spoken by children, but is also more phonologically conservative.

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