Bangkalan Regency

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Bangkalan Regency
Kabupaten Bangkalan
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Motto(s): 
Cipta Indra Çakti Dharma
(Successful efforts by the grace of God)
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Location within East Java
Bangkalan Regency
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Bangkalan Regency
Location in Java and Indonesia
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Bangkalan Regency
Bangkalan Regency (Indonesia)
Coordinates: 7°03′S112°56′E / 7.050°S 112.933°E / -7.050; 112.933 Coordinates: 7°03′S112°56′E / 7.050°S 112.933°E / -7.050; 112.933
Country Flag of Indonesia.svg  Indonesia
Province Flag of East Java.svg  East Java
Capital Bangkalan
Government
  RegentRK. Muh Makmun Ibnu Fuad
  Vice RegentMondir A Rofii
Area
  Total1,260.14 km2 (486.54 sq mi)
Population
 (2020 Census) [1]
  Total1,060,377
  Density840/km2 (2,200/sq mi)
Time zone UTC+7 (Indonesia Western Time)
Area code (+62) 31
Website bangkalankab.go.id

Bangkalan Regency is a regency (Indonesian : kabupaten) of East Java province in Indonesia. The seat of its government is Bangkalan. The regency is located on the west side of Madura Island, bordering with Sampang Regency to the east, Java Sea to the north and Madura Strait to the west and the south sides. It covers an area of 1,260.14 km2, and had a population of 906,761 at the 2010 Census (an increase from 805,048 at the previous census in 2000) and reached 1,060,377 at the 2020 Census. [2]

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In 2009, the Suramadu Bridge was completed, being the first (toll) bridge ever to connect Java and Madura islands. The Suramadu Bridge is the longest bridge in Indonesia. Previously, Kamal port was the main gateway between Madura island and Java, where ferries serve the port with the Ujung port nearby Surabaya, but nowadays people prefer to travel across the toll bridge than using ferries, so now only a few ferries serve it in day time only.

Bangkalan Regency has included in the Gerbangkertosusila development regions, an extended region of Surabaya industrial areas.

Administrative Districts

Bangkalan Regency consists of eighteen districts (Indonesian : kecamatan), tabulated below with their areas and their populations at the 2010 Census [3] and the 2020 Census. [4] The table also includes the location of the district administrative centres, the number of administrative villages (rural desa and urban kelurahan) in each district, and its postcode.

DistrictArea
in
Sq.km
Pop'n
2010
Census
Pop'n
2020
Census
Admin
centre
Number
of
villages
Post
code
Kamal41.4045,94248,760Banyuajuh1069162
Labang35.2333,32238,320Sukolilo Timur1369154
Kwanyar47.8141,75151.61Delemer1669163
Modung78.7943,92846,060Patereman1769166
Blega92.8252,05857,730Blega1969174
Konang81.0945,02353.43Bandung1369175
Galis120.5672,70588.26Galis2169173
Tanah Merah68.5656,79870.81Petrah2369172
Tragah39.5826,59930,320Soket Laok1869165
Socah53.8252,95363,420Socah1169161
Bangkalan
(town)
35.0276,49986,250Kraton1369112
-69119
Burneh66.1055,84063.57Burneh1269121
Arosbaya42.4640,20348,030Arosbaya1869151
Geger123.3162,75581,830Campor1369152
Kokop125.7564,53173,940Dupok1369155
Tanjung Bumi67.4948,66854,340Tanjung Bumi1469156
Sepulu73.2538,82646,490Sepulu1569154
Klampis67.1048,36057,220Klampis Barat2269153
Totals1,260.14906,7611,060,377Bangkalen281

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