Region: West Java
Geographic Coordinates: -6.571400, 107.761000
Temperature Range: 20.0°C to 35.0°C (68°F to 95°F)
Subang is a regency located in the western part of Java Island, Indonesia. It is situated in the province of West Java and covers an area of 1, 893 square kilometers. The regency has a population of approximately 2 million people and is divided into 30 districts. Subang has a rich cultural heritage that dates back to the prehistoric era. There are many historical sites in Subang that reflect its past glory. One such site is Cipari archaeological park, Which features ancient Hindu temples and statues from the 7th century.
The region’s economy is mainly driven by agriculture with rice being the primary crop grown here due to its fertile soil and favorable weather conditions. Other crops grown here include corn, Soybeans, Peanuts, Cassava, And vegetables. Tourism also plays an important role in Subang’s economy with several natural attractions such as waterfalls, Hot springs, Beaches and mountains which attract tourists from all over Indonesia as well as foreign visitors. One popular tourist destination in Subang is Mount Tangkuban Perahu – an active volcano located about 30 km north of Bandung city.
Visitors can hike up to the crater rim or take a horse-drawn carriage ride around it while enjoying breathtaking views of surrounding landscapes. Another attraction worth visiting in Subang is Situ Gunung Lake – a picturesque lake surrounded by lush green forests that offer opportunities for fishing or boating activities. In addition to natural attractions, There are also several cultural events held annually in Subang such as traditional dance performances during harvest festivals or religious ceremonies like Eid al-Fitr (the end of Ramadan) celebrations where locals dress up in colorful traditional attire.
Overall, Subang offers visitors a unique combination of history-rich heritage sites with stunning natural beauty making it an ideal destination for anyone looking for adventure or relaxation away from busy city life while experiencing Indonesia’s rich culture.
- Tangkuban Perahu – a volcanic mountain with a crater that can be explored on foot.
- Ciater Hot Springs – natural hot springs that offer relaxation and therapeutic benefits.
- Kampung Sampireun Resort & Spa – a traditional village-style resort with beautiful architecture.
- Situ Cileunca Lake – a serene lake surrounded by lush greenery where visitors can enjoy water activities like boating and fishing.
- Puncak Darma Hill – a scenic hill that offers panoramic views of the surrounding countryside.
- Cipanas Presidential Palace – an historic palace built during the Dutch colonial era which is now open for public tours.
- Subang Square Mall – A shopping mall located in the heart of Subang Regency which caters to all your shopping needs.
- Taman Bunga Nusantara – A botanical garden with over 20,000 plant species from across Indonesia.
- Agriculture: Subang is known for its agricultural products such as rice, corn, fruits, and vegetables.
- Textile: There are several textile factories in Subang that produce various types of fabrics.
- Furniture: The furniture industry in Subang produces high-quality wood furniture that is exported to various countries.
- Food processing: There are several food processing companies that produce processed foods such as snacks and canned goods.
- Tourism: Subang has several tourist attractions such as hot springs, waterfalls, and historical sites that attract visitors from all over the world.
- Manufacturing: Various manufacturing industries such as automotive parts production, electronic components production also contribute to the economy of Subang.
- Small businesses: There are many small businesses in Subang including retail stores selling clothing, electronics goods and traditional handicrafts which contribute significantly to the local economy.
- The Subang Regency was established in 1950, after being part of the Karawang Regency.
- During the Japanese occupation of Indonesia, the Subang Airport was constructed in 1941.
- Soedirman, a national hero and commander-in-chief during the Indonesian National Revolution, was born in Subang.
- General Sudirman died on January 29, 1950 due to illness while leading military operations against Dutch colonial forces in Subang.
- President Sukarno held a rally at this location in 1964 to promote his ideology and vision for Indonesia’s future.
- Former president Megawati Sukarnoputri inaugurated a new building for Muhammadiyah University in Subang here in 2005.
- This area is known for its significant rice production with many farmers relying on rice cultivation as their primary source of income.
- Traditional markets have been operating for decades and are popular among locals and tourists alike.
- Textile production is prominent with numerous factories producing textiles that are exported worldwide located here.
- The site where various cultural festivals are held annually such as Karawang-Sumberkarya Festival or Tari Topeng Cirebon Festival which showcases traditional dances from different regions of Indonesia.
- Museum Pos Indonesia Subang
- Monumen Pahlawan Nasional Raden Saleh
- Taman Wisata Alam Cibodas
- Candi Sanghyang Tikoro
- Museum Geologi Subang
- Taman Wisata Gunung Tangkuban Parahu
- Kampung Adat Ciptagelar
- Air Terjun Curug Bidadari
- Pemandian Air Panas Ciater
- Situs Batu Tulis Kecamatan Serang Baru
- Subang United FC – football club
- Persatuan Sepak Bola (PSB) Subang – football club
- PBVSI Kabupaten Subang – volleyball team representing the Indonesian Volleyball Association of Kabupaten Subang
- KONI Kabupaten Subang – multi-sport organization representing various sports clubs from Kabupaten Subang at the provincial and national levels
Each team has its own unique history, achievements, and fan base within the community of sports enthusiasts in Subang.
- Nasi Goreng Kambing Kebon Sirih – a restaurant famous for its goat fried rice.
- Sate Maranggi Cibungur – known for their delicious grilled beef skewers.
- Warung Makan Pak Nur – serves various Indonesian dishes like nasi campur and soto ayam.
- Bakso Rusuk Pak Gendut – a popular spot for meatball soup lovers.
- Warung Tahu Gejrot Bu Rum – offers tahu gejrot (tofu with spicy sauce) and other street food snacks.
- Sop Konro Karebosi Subang – specializes in beef ribs soup with rich broth and spices.
- Ayam Penyet Riau Masak Merah – serves crispy fried chicken with red chili paste sauce.
- Restoran Pondok Makan Haji Amat – famous for their seafood dishes like grilled fish and squid with Padang-style spices.
- Warung Kopi Aroma Lembah Gunung – offers local coffee blends accompanied by traditional snacks such as pisang goreng (fried banana) and lemper (glutinous rice cake).
- Warunk Upnormal Subang – a modern cafe chain that serves fusion food combining Indonesian flavors with western-style presentation such as Indomie burger or martabak pizza.
- Taman Hutan Kota Mangrove
- Taman Wisata Alam Gunung Geulis
- Taman Rekreasi Kota Baru Parahyangan
- Taman Cattleya
- GOR Pajajaran
- GOR Ken Arok
- Lapangan Golf Bukit Pelangi
- Ocean Park BSD City
- Waterboom Lippo Cikarang
- Teras Kota Mall & Playzone