Kalimantan Timur Zip code

About Kalimantan Timur

There are two parts of Indonesia: East Kalimantan and Kalimantan Timur. Its area is the eastern part of Borneo. During the 2010 Census, it had about 3.03 million people, 3.42 million people in 2015, and 3.766 million people in 2020. It has a city called Samarinda as its capital, and it has a lot of people there. There is a lot of land in East Kalimantan. It has a total area of 127,346.92 square kilometres and is the second least populated place in Kalimantan. In the east, the majority of the region shares a water border with West Sulawesi and Central Sulawesi. The Cape Mangkalihat separates the Makassar Strait from the Celebes Sea, which separates the two. Its northernmost region was split off in October 2012, and now it is called North Kalimantan. It still has land borders with West Kalimantan and Central Kalimantan to the west, and East Kalimantan and South Kalimantan to the south. Before the split, the province was near Sabah. It still is near Sarawak. In December 2012, the existing West Kutai Regency was split in two. The northwesternmost five districts were added to the Mahakam Ulu Regency, which is now called Mahakam Ulu Regency. This is the way East Kalimantan looks now. There are seven regencies and three cities. Isran Noor is the current governor of East Kalimantan, and Hadi Mulyadi is the vice governor of the same state, so they work together. People in the province will live in the new capital city for Indonesia, which will be built on the border of Kutai Kartanegara and Penajam North Paser regencies. The new capital will be called Nusantara, and construction is supposed to start in 2020 and finish in 2024. However, at a hearing before the House of Representatives' Committee V on June 2, 2021, a government representative said that the government had not set aside money for the project in 2022. The ministry had proposed a budget of more than 100.46 trillion rupiah, which is more than 7 billion dollars. Before, the National Planning Development Authority said that the total cost of moving the city from Jakarta to East Kalimantan province was 486 trillion rupiah. 265.2 trillion of this amount will come from the public-private partnership (PPP), 127.3 trillion from private special funds, and 93.5 trillion from the state budget. This is how it works: It used to be that the Ministry of Finance said that the government was focusing on COVID-19, but now they say that the government is now focusing on COVID-19 mitigation instead. The ministry said that this year, it hasn't set aside money for the new capital project.

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Budi Santoso
Jl. Sudirman No. 123
Paser 76211
Kalimantan Timur Indonesia

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