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List of twin towns and sister cities in Indonesia

This is a list of places in Indonesia having standing links to local communities in other countries. In most cases, the association, especially when formalised by local government, is known as "town twinning" (though other terms, such as "partner towns" or "sister cities" are sometimes used instead), and while most of the places included are towns, the list also comprises villages, cities, districts, counties, etc. with similar links.

the Map of Indonesia

Sumatera

Aceh

  1. Sana'a, Yemen
  2. Martapura, Indonesia[1]
  3. Samarkand, Uzbekistan[2]
  4. Apeldoorn, Netherlands[3][4]

North Sumatra

  1. *Ichikawa, Chiba, Japan
  2. *Yokohama, Japan
  3. *Chenai, India
  4. *Mumbai, India
  5. *Kolkata, India
  6. *George Town, Penang, Malaysia
  7. *Johor Bahru, Malaysia
  8. *Gwangju, South Korea
  9. *Chengdu, China
  10. *Guangzhou, China
  11. *Shanghai, China

West Sumatra

  1. Hildesheim, Germany[5]
  2. Vung Tau, Vietnam[6]
  3. Beit Lahiya, Palestine[7]
  4. Chonburi, Thailand
  5. Bandung, Indonesia
  1. Seremban, Malaysia
  1. Nantong, China[8]
  1. Malacca, Malaysia[9]

Riau

  1. East Kalimantan, Indonesia
  2. South Sumatra, Indonesia
  3. Riau Islands, Indonesia
  4. Serawak, Malaysia
  1. Alor Gajah, Malaysia
  2. Tawau, Malaysia
  3. Lahad Datu, Malaysia
  1. Batam, Riau Islands
  2. Bandar Lampung, Lampung
  3. Cirebon, West Java
  4. Bandung, West Java
  5. Palembang, South Sumatera
  6. Malacca City, Malaysia
  7. Kota Bharu, Malaysia
  8. Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
  9. Zamboanga City, Philippines
  10. Davao City, Philippines
  11. Phuket, Thailand
  12. Da Nang, Vietnam
  13. Chongqing, China
  14. Liuzhou, China
  15. Suwon, South Korea
  16. Daegu, South Korea
  17. Fukushima City, Japan
  18. Utrecht, Netherlands
  19. Atlanta, United States
  20. San Jose, California, United States
  21. Quebec City, Canada
  1. Bagan, Myanmar
  2. Koh Samui, Thailand

Riau Islands

  1. Pekanbaru-Indonesia
  2. Ambon-Indonesia
  3. Bandar Lampung-Indonesia
  4. Johor Bahru-Malaysia
  5. Kelang-Malaysia
  6. Singapore
  7. Laguna-Philippines

Bangka-Belitung Islands

  1. Åland Islands, Finland
  2. Florida Keys, United States
  1. Key West, Florida, United States

Jambi

  1. Kupang, Indonesia
  2. Nakhon Ratchasima, Thailand
  3. Ermera, East Timor
  4. Ainaro, East Timor

Bengkulu

  1. Boise, Idaho, United States
  2. Zamboanga City, Philippines[11][12]
  3. Gorontalo City, Indonesia

South Sumatra

  1. Denpasar, Bali
  2. Pekanbaru, Riau
  3. Semarang, Central Java
  4. Makassar, South Sulawesi
  5. San Francisco, United States
  6. Rotterdam, Netherlands
  7. Irkust, Rusia
  8. Milan, Italy
  9. Venice, Italy
  10. Frankfurt, Germany
  11. Sapporo, Japan
  12. Osaka, Japan
  13. Vancouver, Canada
  14. Busan, South Korea
  15. Marseille, France
  16. Kaohsiung, Republic of China
  17. Saint Petersburg, Russia
  18. Barcelona, Spain
  19. Zürich, Switzerland
  20. Manchester, United Kingdom

Lampung

  1. Split, Croatia
  2. Pekanbaru, Indonesia
  3. Ipoh, Malaysia

Java

Jakarta Special Capital Region

Banten Province

  1. Cheyenne, Wyoming, United States
  2. Barrow, Alaska, United States
  1. Gatineau, Canada
  2. Mississauga, Canada
  3. Arlington, Virginia, United States
  4. Shah Alam, Malaysia
  5. Kuching, Malaysia

West Java

  1. St.Louis, Missouri, United States[13][14]
  2. Lloró, Colombia
  3. Gödöllõ, Hungary[13]
  4. Salak Tinggi, Malaysia[13]
  5. Shenzhen, China
  1. Fort Worth, Texas, United States[13][15]
  2. Miami, Florida, United States
  3. Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
  4. Nelspruit, South Africa
  5. Tshwane, South Africa
  6. Kuantan, Malaysia
  7. Seremban, Malaysia[13]
  8. Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  9. Bari, Italy
  10. Klagenfurt, Austria
  11. Cebu City, Philippines[16]
  12. Braunschweig, Germany[17]
  13. Udon Thani, Thailand
  14. Bangalore, India
  15. Pekanbaru, Indonesia
  16. Manado, Indonesia
  17. Maribor, Slovenia
  18. Topolcianky, Slovak Republic
  19. Hamamatsu, Japan
  20. Suwon, South Korea
  21. Liuzhou, China
  22. Hangzhou, China
  23. Yingkou, China
  24. Almaty, Kazakhstan
  25. Mandalay, Burma
  1. Seoul, South Korea
  2. Suwon, South Korea
  3. Jeonju, South Korea
  4. Hwaseong, South Korea
  5. Busan, South Korea
  6. Moscow, Russia
  7. Saint Petersburg, Russia
  8. Brisbane, Australia
  9. Melbourne, Australia
  10. Gold Coast, Australia
  11. Bandung, Indonesia
  12. Pekanbaru, Indonesia
  13. Palembang, Indonesia
  14. Dublin, Republic Of Ireland
  15. Vancouver, Canada

Central Java

  1. Brisbane, Australia
  2. Da Nang, Vietnam[18]
  3. Tallahassee, Florida, United States[13]
  4. Malacca Town, Malaysia
  5. Tegucigalpa, Honduras
  6. Samarinda, Indonesia
  7. Palangkaraya, Indonesia[13]
  8. Palu, Indonesia
  1. Bogor, Indonesia
  2. Bandung, Indonesia[13]
  3. Purwokerto, Indonesia
  1. Montana, Bulgaria[19]
  2. Salalah, Oman, Start since 14 July 2011
  3. Bilbao, Spain
  4. Algiers, Algeria

Yogyakarta

  1. Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States
  2. Gangbuk-gu, South Korea
  3. Kazan, Russia
  4. Manchester, England, United Kingdom
  5. Bonn, Germany[20]
  6. Baalbek, Lebanon[21]
  7. Huế, Vietnam
  8. Hefei, China
  9. Kyoto, Japan
  10. Paramaribo, Suriname

East Java

  1. Seattle, Washington, United States[23]
  2. New Orleans, Louisiana, United States
  3. Portland, Oregon, United States
  4. Fuzhou, China
  5. Kunming, China
  6. Xiamen, China
  7. Guangzhou, China[24]
  8. Johor Bahru, Malaysia
  9. Kuching, Malaysia
  10. Manchester, England, United Kingdom
  11. Marseille, France . Since 2009
  12. Monterrey, Mexico
  13. Kochi, Japan
  14. Kitakyushu, Japan
  15. Rotterdam, Netherlands
  16. Perth, Australia[25]
  17. Busan, South Korea[26]
  18. Izmir, Turkey[27]
  19. Varna, Bulgaria
  20. The Hague, Netherlands
  21. Alexandria, Egypt
  22. Mashhad, Iran

Kalimantan

East Kalimantan

  1. Mobile, Alabama, United States
  2. Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
  3. Semarang, Indonesia
  4. Makassar, Indonesia
  1. Bandar Abbas, Iran
  2. Trieste, Italy

North Kalimantan

  1. Batam, Indonesia
  2. Venice, Italy
  3. Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia
  4. Miri, Malaysia
  5. Tawau, Malaysia
  6. Davao City, Philippines

South Kalimantan

  1. Magdeburg, Sachsen-Anhalt
  2. Gothenburg, Sweden
  3. Stockholm, Sweden
  4. Chongqing, China
  5. Manaus, Brazil
  6. Ratchaburi, Thailand[28]
  7. Makassar, Indonesia
  8. Guadalajara, Mexico
  9. Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom
  1. Tallahassee, Florida, United States
  2. Banjar Regency, Indonesia[29]

Central Kalimantan

  1. Yangon, Myanmar
  2. Semarang, Indonesia

West Kalimantan

  1. Sao Tome or Principe
  2. Kuching, Malaysia
  1. Bintulu, Malaysia
  2. Miri, Malaysia
  3. Sibu, Malaysia
  4. Fuzhou, PRC
  5. Gutian County, PRC
  6. Minjiang, PRC
  7. Ma Zhu, Taiwan
  8. Newcastle upon Tyne, United Kingdom

Sulawesi

North Sulawesi

  1. Davao City, Philippines[13]
  2. Zamboanga City, Philippines[13]
  3. Tegucigalpa, Honduras
  4. Koror, Palau
  5. Kota Kinabalu, Malaysia

Gorontalo

  1. Mamuju, Indonesia
  2. Ponce, Puerto Rico (insular area of the United States)
  3. Bengkulu City, Indonesia

Central Sulawesi

  1. Semarang, Indonesia
  2. Tegucigalpa, Honduras

West Sulawesi

  1. Soweto, Gauteng, South Africa
  2. Gorontalo City, Indonesia

South Sulawesi

  1. Mobile, Alabama, United States
  2. Aden, Yemen
  3. Banjarmasin, Indonesia
  4. Constanța, Romania[30]
  5. Lismore, Australia
  6. Peshawar, Pakistan[31]
  7. Samarinda, Indonesia
  8. Hakodate, Japan
  9. Tawau, Malaysia
  10. Qingdao, China
  11. Wellington, New Zealand

South East Sulawesi

  1. Kosovska Mitrovica, Kosovo
  2. Koronadal City, Philippines
  1. Seoul, South Korea

Lesser Sunda Islands

Bali

  1. South Sumatera
  2. Miami-Dade County, United States
  3. Veracruz, Mexico
  4. Canary Islands, Spain
  5. Phuket, Thailand
  6. The Comoros
  1. Palembang, South Sumatera
  2. Veracruz, Veracruz, Mexico
  3. Gran Canaria, Spain
  4. Phuket City, Thailand
  5. Haikou, People's Republic of China[33]

West Nusa Tenggara

  1. Aruba (constituent country of the Kingdom of the Netherlands)
  2. Praia, Cape Verde

East Nusa Tenggara

  1. Zhuhai, China
  2. Bridgetown, Barbados

Maluku

Maluku Province

  1. Guam (insular area of the United States)
  2. Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia[34]
  3. Batam, Indonesia

North Maluku

  1. Malé, Maldives[35]
  2. Palembang, Indonesia

New Guinea

West Papua

  1. Nuuk, Greenland (constituent country of the Kingdom of Denmark)
  2. Gaborone, Botswana
  1. Podgorica, Montenegro
  2. Thimpu, Bhutan

Papua Province

  1. San Jose, Costa Rica
  2. Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea[36][37]
  3. Lome, Togo

References And Notes

  1. ^ Twinned From Their Islamic Activities
  2. ^ "Banda Aceh - Samarkand". 
  3. ^ "Dutch - Indonesian sister cities". 
  4. ^ "Sister Cities". 
  5. ^ "Padang-Hildesheim Perkuat Jalinan Kota Kembar".  
  6. ^ "Padang Kerja Sama dengan Kota Vung Tau".  
  7. ^ "Padang Sumbar dan Beit Lahiya Gaza Kerjasama Kota Kembar" (in Indonesian). 2012-10-28. Retrieved 2012-12-28. 
  8. ^ "DPRD Setujui Kerjasama Payakumbuh–Nantong".  
  9. ^ Herwandi (2007). Sawahlunto dan Malaka: Kerjasama Kota "Kembar" dalam Bidang Pengelolaan Sumberdaya Budaya (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2012-12-28. 
  10. ^ a b As Assicoated City
  11. ^ "Sisterhood planned". 2009. Retrieved 2009-09-09. 
  12. ^ "Sisterhood planned". 2009. Retrieved 2009-09-09. 
  13. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l "Indonesia - Sister Cities". Skyscraper City. Retrieved 2010-09-16. 
  14. ^ "St. Louis Sister Cities". St. Louis Center for International Relations. Retrieved 2008-05-19. 
  15. ^ Mae Ferguson, Executive Director Fort Worth Sister Cities International. "The Programs and Exchanges of Fort Worth Sister Cities". Retrieved 2009-08-02. 
  16. ^ Cebu City
  17. ^ "Braunschweig und seine Freunde in der Welt"
  18. ^ http://www.republika.co.id/berita/internasional/global/12/09/06/m9wg7g-kerja-sama-sister-city-semarangda-nang-akan-ditingkatkan
  19. ^ "Surakarta dan Montana, Bulgaria Menjadi Kota Kembar". Portal Nasional Republik Indonesia. October 21, 2007. Retrieved 2010-01-25. 
  20. ^ Both City Are Once A Capital City Of There Countries And Have A Rich History Of Art Etc.
  21. ^ Syaifullah, M. (October 26, 2008). "Yogyakarta dan Libanon Bentuk Kota Kembar". Tempo Interaktif. Retrieved 2010-01-25. 
  22. ^ "The Twin City - Welcome to Surabaya Metropolitan City". Surabaya tourism promotion board. Retrieved 2010-09-16. 
  23. ^ "Seattle International Sister City: Surabaya, Indonesia". City of Seattle. Retrieved 2007-11-26. 
  24. ^ "Sister Cities of Guangzhou". Guangzhou Foreign Affairs Office. Retrieved 2010-02-10. 
  25. ^ "Sister Cities".  
  26. ^ List of Busan's sister cities, Busan Metropolitan City; (English) [1], (Korean) [2]
  27. ^ "Sister cities of İzmir (1/7)" (in Turkish). Retrieved 2008-07-16. 
  28. ^ Both City/Region Are Have At A Least 1 Floating Market
  29. ^ From The Front Name
  30. ^ "Kota Kembar Makassar-Constantia". Ali Mochtar Ngabalin. Retrieved 2010-01-25. 
  31. ^ "(Pakistan, Indonesia agree to declare Peshawar, Makassar as sister cities)". PPI - Pakistan Press International. 2008-05-29. 
  32. ^ Seoul Metropolitan Government. "International Cooperation: Sister Cities". 
  33. ^ "Denpasar to ink sister city pact with Haikou".  
  34. ^ "Darwin's Siter Cities".  
  35. ^ Both Malé And Ternate Are A City In The Island
  36. ^ As Associated City
  37. ^ Port Moresby
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