Cikarang is an independent township built by P.T. Lippo Cikarang
Tbk, which is located at the eastern corridor of
Jakarta at Cikarang,
West Java, Indonesia. The township has land area of about 3000
hectares.The township has more than 14,000 houses and 993
manufacturing companies in its industrial areas. By relying on
seven industrial regions nearby and various metropolitan-like city
facilities such as offices, hotels, entertainment, shopping malls, and
sports, the site is worthy to be called a self-reliant city.
2.1 Orange County
2.4 Health service
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Lippo Cikarang's economy is driven by a mix of industrial companies,
and "new economy" Internet and technology companies, service, design
and others.Today, Lippo
Cikarang is among a few particular cities
included in the International Economy Zone.
Cikarang and the nearby industrial parks are home to thousands
of Japanese company offices and factories.There are about 17,000
expatriates now reside in the township. About 60 percent of those
expatriates are Japanese. A five-star hotel named Sahid Jaya
International Hotel, Siloam Gleneagles Hospital, Lippo Mall and
Pacific Tower office building are the main sites in the city.
Orange County, a large-scale township development project on 322
hectares is currently under development. PT Lippo
with Chinese Shenzhen Yantian Port Group Co Ltd and Country Garden
Holdings Co Ltd will develop the Indonesia-Shenzhen Industrial Estate
at the township at a cost of $14 billion. The industrial park is
expected to draw tenants from Chinese companies, ranging from high
tech manufacturers of mobile phone batteries and solar panels, to app
Meikarta is a residential development within Lippo
township. Built on 500 hectares land area, the first phase of the
development will build 250,000 apartment units which can accommodate
up to 1 million people. Construction works started in January 2016.
Meikarta expects to serve other industrial estates in
Kota Jababeka and MM2100.
Some schools in the city are private. Examples include SPH Lippo
Charis Global School
Charis Global School (CGS) , Sekolah Dian Harapan,
Sekolah Karya Iman, Sekolah National Anglo, Sekolah Tunas Bangsa,
International Islamic Boarding School and Al-Hidayah Islamic School.
One of Indonesia's largest medical centers is located in Lippo
Cikarang. Siloam Hospital, a private hospital, is one among several
Jakarta and surroundings.
National and local media are present in Lippo Cikarang. Informasi
Cikarang or IKC is a high quality local print promotional
magazine and website that connects to many affluent target audiences
such as factory owners, general managers, factory head unit, business
executives mostly in the Cikarang, Cibitung, Bekasi, Karawang, and
selected target readers. IKC distributes and circulates a total of
6,000 copies every month with its door-to-door factories and middle-up
homes distributions. The website www.komunitascikarang.info has wider
Cikarang is connected by Greater
Jakarta Commuter line. Jakarta
LRT service from
Cawang to East
Bekasi and Automated People Mover
monorail that will connect seven industrial parks in Cikarang.The
township will be connected with Jakarta-
Bandung Bullet Train,
Bus services from different bus terminals of
Jakarta are available to
reach the township. Taxi cabs are also available. Shuttle bus and mini
buses are the main mode of public transport within the township.
Cikarang Remains Upbeat Over Long Term Prospects Despite Q1
^ "Cherry Blossoms Liven Up Lippo Cikarang's Orange County".
^ "Orange County Lippo Cikarang".
^ "Orange County – Lippo Cikarang".
Indonesia Lippo says to build $14 bln industrial park with China
Lippo Group Welcomes Shenzhen Business Delegation to Jointly
Develop Industrial Estate in Cikarang".
^ "Meikarta Expected to Boost Growth in Regioni".
Retrieved August 20, 2017.
^ "Number of
Cikarang commuter line passengers hits 23,000 on first
Jakarta Post. Retrieved 25 November 2017.
^ "Commuter Line Akan Sampai Cikarang, Ini 4 Stasiun Baru yang
Cikarang to Turn Industrial Township Into a Smart
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Regencies and cities of West Java
See also: List of regencies and cities of Indonesia
Coordinates: 6°21′50″S 107°10′41″E / 6.364°S