Karawang Kota) is the capital of the
Karawang Regency of West Java, Indonesia. It is 32 miles east of
Karawang is known as a major rice production source in West Java.
2 Toll road access
4 External links
In March 2010
Karawang suffered severe flooding with 10,747 houses
flooded; 11,540 families and 44,071 people were affected.
Heinrich Christian Macklot, a German naturalist, was killed on 12 May
1832 during an insurrection that took place on the island.
Toll road access
Jakarta–Cikampek Toll Road
Karawang, Industrial Complex, Rengasdengklok
Karawang, Klari, Industrial complex
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Karawang latitude and longitude
Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Karawang.
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Coordinates: 6°18′45″S 107°17′42″E / 6.31250°S
107.29500°E / -6.31250; 107.29500
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