1 Geography 2 History 3 Administrative districts 4 Demographics 5 Economy 6 Places of interest 7 References 8 External links
Lumajang is located approximately 150 km southeast of Surabaya.
Its temperature ranges between 24 °C to 32 °C.
Lumajang is one of the ancient cities in Java which still exist up to
this day. According to Mula Malurung artifact (dated 1177 Saka),
Lumajang was then ruled by King Nararyya Kirana Sminingrat. The date
of the artifact, which is 15 December 1255 in the Gregorian calendar,
was decided as the date of establishment of Lumajang. Menhirs found in
the districts of Senduro, Gucialit, Sukodono, Klakah, and Lumajang
reveal that in prehistoric times, the present area of Lumajang had
already been inhabited long before the date of Mula Malurung
Tempursari (28,501) Pronojiwo (31,737) Candipuro (62,226) Pasirian (83,683) Tempeh (78,806) Lumajang (80,685) Sumbersuko (33,913)
Tekung (32,565) Kunir (51,679) Yosowilangun (56,546) Rowokangkung (34,149) Jatiroto (45,247) Randuagung (60,853) Sukodono (49,949)
Padang (34,615) Pasrujambe (34,916) Senduro (42,892) Gucialit (23,436) Kedungjajang (43,499) Klakah (51,118) Ranuyoso (45,443)
Demographics The population comprises Javanese, Madurese, Chinese Indonesians, and Tenggerese. Economy One of the famous fruit produces from this region is pisang agung, a kind of banana (pisang) which weighs up to 3 kg and measures up to 0.5 m. Some people have proposed to name pisang with plantain, as it should be cooked first before it can be eaten. Places of interest
Remains of Candi Kunir, discovered in 2013
Agrowisata Royal Family (agro, fruit picking centers, outbound, and family vacation spot) Selokambang—a natural swimming pool The Triangle Lake, which consists of three crater lakes (Ranu Klakah, Ranu Bedali, Ranu Pakis) Ranu Pane, Ranu Regulo, Ranu Kumbolo—crater lakes at the slope of Mount Semeru Mount Semeru Tetes Cave Mandara Giri Temple Piket Nol (highway place where we can see Cold Lava from Semeru) Tumpak Sewu Waterfalls
^ Biro Pusat Statistik, Jakarta, 2011. ^ a b "A Brief History of Lumajang". lumajang.in. Retrieved 2008-10-01. [dead link] ^ Biro Pusat Statistik, jakarta, 2011.
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Lumajang Regency.
Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Lumajang.
(in Indonesian) Official website Tourism site
Coordinates: 8°08′S 113°13′E / 8.133°S 113.217°E / -8.133; 113.217
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Regencies and cities of East Java
Banyuwangi Bangkalan Blitar Bojonegoro Bondowoso Gresik Jember Jombang Kediri Lamongan Lumajang Madiun Magetan Malang Mojokerto Nganjuk Ngawi Pacitan Pamekasan Pasuruan Ponorogo Probolinggo Sampang Sidoarjo Situbondo Sumenep Trenggalek Tuban Tulungagung
Batu Blitar Kediri Madiun Malang Mojokerto Probolinggo Pasuruan Surabaya
See also: List of regencies and cities of Indonesia